|Tues, May 28||Wed, May 29||Thurs, May 30||Fri, May 31||Sat, June 1|
|9:00||to Gamma-ray Astro - Liz Hays||- Regina Caputo||Gamma-ray Binaries - Jamie Holder|
GRB-GW Science - Adam
|Fermi LAT continued - Regina Caputo|
- Julie McEnery
|Intro to Fermi GBM - Adam Goldstein|
Dark Matter - Regina
|AGN - Manel||Astrophysics with Gravitational Waves - Leo Singer|
|11:30||- Mattia Di Mauro|
Quicklook at the Data - Joe Eggen
Tour of Fermi Resources
- Mattia Di Mauro
Getting Started with Fermi:
Students choose a source for analysis.
|Getting started with Likelihood Analysis in LAT -|
Quiz tool link: kahoot.com
PDG Statistics review
pdf (deltaLL values in Table 38.2 on page 29)
Conda Tutorial - Joe Asercion
Likelihood Examples/Advanced Topics
|4:45||End of the Day Tagup||End of the Day Tagup||End of the Day Tagup||End of the Day Tagup||End of the Day Tagup|
|Crab Feast ~ 7 PM (20$ to Julie) (tutorial)|
|Mon, June 3||Tues, June 4||Wed, June 5||Thurs, June 6||Fri, June 7|
|9:00||Wide Field TeV Observatories Part I: Air Showers and How to Use Them - Henrike Fleischack||Particle Acceleration - Colby Haggerty||Future Gamma-ray Mission - Judy Racusin|
IACTs - Manel
Wide Field TeV Observatories Part II: TeV Gamma-ray Astronomy with HAWC - Henrike
|BurstCube - Jacob Smith||Workshop Close Out|
|11:30||/||/||Neutrino Astrophysics - Erik Blaufuss||Workshop Close Out|
Neutrino public data - Erik
|4:45||End of the Day Tagup||End of the Day Tagup||End of the Day Tagup|
|Virden-hosted BBQ on patio at 6:30||Sunset Boat Cruise|
Student Talks and 1 Slide Schedule
Thursday, May 30
- Jordan Eagle - "Identifying and characterizing Fermi 2FHL extreme Galactic accelerators"
- Greg Foote - "Following CHIME Fast Radio Bursts with VERITAS"
- Jacqueline Beechert - "COSI: A Compton Telescope to Probe the ‘MeV’ Gap"
Friday, May 31
- Alberto Rosales - "Modeling high energy emissions from blazars"
- Ruo Yu Shang - "A background method for extended source analyses in gamma-ray astronomy"
- Alyson Joens - "BurstCube: a Cubesat for Gravitational Wave Counterparts"
- Ramiro Torres - "Study of Supernova at Very High Energy with HAWC"
Monday, June 3
- Max Harvey - "Hunting for Low Redshift Radio Galaxies with Fermi"
- Lentè Dreyer - "Monte Carlo Simulations of Compton Polarization of Astrophysical Sources"
- Alessandra Berretta - "Study of the pgwave2D Fermi tool parameters for the Gravitational Wave follow-up with Fermi-LAT data"
- Jamie Davies - "Axion-like particles in Jets"
Tuesday, June 4
- Samayra Straal - "Probing high energy physics with Pulsar Wind Nebulae"
- Kaori Nakashima - "Gamma-ray background modeling for IACTs"
- Lea Heckmann - "Unravelling the complex behaviour of our closest very-high-energy gamma rays with multi-instrument data"
- Vasundhara Shaw - "Cosmic-ray transport and signatures in their local environment"
Wednesday, June 5
- Edison Murairi - "The Cosmic Ray Acceleration of Supernova Remnant Kes 17"
- Nagisa Hiroshima - "Modeling evolution of dark matter substructure and annihilation boost"
- Isabella Brewer - "BurstCube"
- Rachel Dunwoody - "EIRSAT-1"
Interesting repositories for Fermi analysis
- https://github.com/fermi-lat/FermiBottle/wiki - a fully-functional, self-contained analysis environment used in the Summer School
- https://github.com/FermiSummerSchool/fermi-summer-school - repository for iPython notebooks used during the Summer School
- https://github.com/fermiPy/ and documentation at http://fermipy.readthedocs.io/en/latest/
- https://github.com/rsnemmen - includes some Jupyter notebooks on statistics and LAT analysis
- https://github.com/gammapy - gammapy repository
- http://gammalib.sourceforge.net/admin/release_history/index.html - gammaLib repository
The Astrophysics source code library http://ascl.net/ - free online registry for source codes of interest to astronomers and astrophysicists
Stay up-to-date with the gamma-ray sky
- https://fermi.gsfc.nasa.gov/ssc/data/access/ - Catalogs and lightcurve products in addition to links to data archives
- Public List of LAT-Detected Gamma-Ray Pulsars - Updated list of confirmed gamma-ray pulsars. Timing models can be found at the FSSC data access website (previous link)
- https://fermi.gsfc.nasa.gov/ssc/library/pubs/ - Find Fermi publications
- https://www-glast.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/pubpub - Fermi-LAT publications page
- https://www-glast.stanford.edu/cgi-bin/pub_rapid - List of rapid communications from the LAT team
- https://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/W3Browse/fermi/fermigbrst.html - Table of Fermi GBM gamma-ray bursts
- https://gcn.gsfc.nasa.gov/fermi_grbs.html - Fermi Gamma-ray Coordinates Network (GCN) notices
Things to Do in Lewes:
Take the ferry to Cape May https://www.cmlf.com/
Hire kayaks https://www.questkayak.com/ (Don't forget sun screen!)
If the weather's good, go to the beach! Lewes Beach is fine, or there's a beach on the oceanside in Cape Henlopen State Park. (Don't forget sun screen!)
Visit Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge: https://www.fws.gov/refuge/prime_hook/ (Don't forget bug repellent)
Visit the Zwaanendael Museum: https://history.delaware.gov/museums/zm/zm_main.shtml
Visit the US Lightship Overfalls (located just off of Pilottown Rd): http://www.overfalls.org/