CCAPP AstroParticle Lunch

Fridays from 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Price Place (PRB M2005)

12:00 pm, Friday, Sep 21st in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. [Bei] Weak Neutral Current Axial Form Factor and (Anti)Neutrino-Nucleon Scattering
  2. [Brian] Design and Performance of an Interferometric Trigger Array for Radio Detection of High-Energy Neutrinos
  3. From D±s production asymmetry at the LHC to prompt ντ at IceCube
  4. Dark matter deficient galaxies in the Illustris flat-ΛCDM model structure formation simulation
  5. Dark Tridents at Off-Axis Liquid Argon Neutrino Detectors
  6. How high is the neutrino floor?


12:00 pm, Friday, Sep 14th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Design and Performance of an Interferometric Trigger Array for Radio Detection of High-Energy Neutrinos
  2. Measurement of electron antineutrino oscillation with 1958 days of operation at Daya Bay
  3. Cosmogenic Neutrinos Through the GRAND Lens Unveil the Nature of Cosmic Accelerators
  4. Gamma Ray Spectrum from Thermal Neutron Capture on Gadolinium-157
  5. Revisit cosmic ray propagation by using 1H, 2H, 3He and 4He
  6. Fast Radio Burst 121102 Pulse Detection and Periodicity: A Machine Learning Approach
  7. Finding the Missing Baryons with Fast Radio Bursts and Sunyaev-Zeldovich Maps

1:00 pm, Friday, Sep 7th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
    Special Talk!
    Speaker: Zhichao (Carton) Zeng (The Ohio State University)
  1. Constraining very-high-energy and optical emission from FRB 121102 with the MAGIC telescopes
  2. Search for correlations between arrival directions of ultrahigh-energy cosmic rays detected by the Telescope Array experiment and a flux pattern from nearby starburst galaxies
  3. LOFAR discovery of a 23.5-second radio pulsar

12:00 pm, Friday, Aug 31st in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. DUNE as the Next-Generation Solar Neutrino Experiment
  2. Search for Low-Mass Dark Matter with CDMSlite Using a Profile Likelihood Fit
  3. Where do the AMS-02 anti-helium events come from?
  4. Characterizing the local gamma-ray Universe via angular cross-correlations
  5. Analysis of vertex-contained high energy neutrino events for the KM3NeT/ARCA detector
  6. Measurement of Cosmic-ray Electrons at TeV Energies by VERITAS
  7. VERITAS and Fermi-LAT observations of new HAWC sources
  8. Constraining the Time Interval for the Origin of Life on Earth

12:00 pm, Friday, Aug 24th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. First HAWC Observations of the Sun Constrain Steady TeV Gamma-Ray Emission
  2. Constraints on Spin-Dependent Dark Matter Scattering with Long-Lived Mediators from TeV Observations of the Sun with HAWC
  3. Search for sub-GeV dark matter by annual modulation using XMASS-I detector
  4. Joint constraints on Galactic diffuse neutrino emission from ANTARES and IceCube
  5. Collisional triggering of fast flavor conversions of supernova neutrinos
  6. Large-scale cosmic-ray anisotropies above 4 EeV measured by the Pierre Auger Observatory
  7. Mass composition of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays with the Telescope Array Surface Detector Data
  8. Gamma-ray emission from high Galactic latitude globular clusters

12:00 pm, Friday, Aug 10th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)

        Special Talk!

        Speaker: Xun-Jie Xu (Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik)
        Title: Supernova neutrino triangulation: Locating supernovae by 3+ neutrino detectors  

12:00 pm, Friday, Aug 3rd in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. On ANITA's sensitivity to long-lived, charged massive particles
  2. Self-Generated Cosmic-Ray Confinement in TeV Halos: Implications for TeV Gamma-Ray Emission and the Positron Excess
  3. Search for dark matter in the form of hidden photons and axion-like particles in the XMASS detector
  4. The cosmic ray shadow of the Moon observed with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
  5. Constraints on minute-scale transient astrophysical neutrino sources
  6. Astrophysical explanations of suspected dark matter signals in dwarf galaxies
  7. Measurement of the Iron Spectrum in Cosmic Rays by VERITAS
  8. Studies on cosmic ray nuclei with Voyager, ACE and AMS-02: I. local interstellar spectra and solar modulation
  9. Solar energetic particles and galactic cosmic rays over millions of years as inferred from data on cosmogenic 26Al in lunar samples

12:00 pm, Friday, Jul 20th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Evidence for Cosmic-Ray Escape in the Small Magellanic Cloud using Fermi Gamma-rays
  2. The γ-ray spectrum of the core of Centaurus A as observed with H.E.S.S. and Fermi-LAT
  3. A search for annual and diurnal rate modulations in the LUX experiment
  4. Studying the Milky Way Pulsar Population with Cosmic-Ray Leptons
  5. On the progressive hardening of the cosmic-ray proton spectrum in the inner Galaxy
  6. Role of Cosmic Ray Streaming and Turbulent Damping in Driving Galactic Winds
  7. Search for GeV flare coincident with the IceCube neutrino outburst

12:00 pm, Friday, Jul 13th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Observation of Reconstructable Radio Emission Coincident with an X-Class Solar Flare in the Askaryan Radio Array Prototype Station
  2. High-Energy Emission from Interacting Supernovae: New Constraints on Cosmic-Ray Acceleration in Dense Circumstellar Environments
  3. Multimessenger observations of a flaring blazar coincident with high-energy neutrino IceCube-170922A
  4. Neutrino emission from the direction of the blazar TXS 0506+056 prior to the IceCube-170922A alert
  5. Search for high-energy neutrinos in coincidence with Fast Radio Bursts with the ANTARES neutrino telescope
  6. Inefficient cosmic ray diffusion around Vela X : constraints from H.E.S.S. observations of very high-energy electrons
  7. Sunscreen: Photometric Signatures of Galaxies Partially Cloaked in Dyson Spheres

12:00 pm, Friday, Jun 29th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
Special Talk!
Speaker: Takahiro Sudoh (University of Tokyo)
Title: High-Energy Gamma-ray and Neutrino Emission from Star-Forming Galaxies across Cosmic Time
Abstract: I present new theoretical modelling to predict high-energy gamma-ray and neutrino luminosity and spectrum of a star-forming galaxy, from the star-formation rate, gas mass, stellar mass, and size. This model fairly well reproduces gamma-ray luminosities of nearby galaxies detected by Fermi. This model is then combined with a model of cosmological galaxy formation to predict the cosmic background flux of gamma-ray and neutrino from star-formation across cosmic time. In our baseline model, star-forming galaxies produce about 20% of the isotropic gamma-ray background, and only 0.5% of the IceCube neutrino diffuse flux. Even with an extremely optimistic model, at most 22% of IceCube neutrinos can be accounted for. These results show that it is difficult to explain majority of the IceCube flux by star-forming galaxies.
  1. Extended Measurement of the Cosmic-Ray Electron and Positron Spectrum from 11 GeV to 4.8 TeV with the Calorimetric Electron Telescope on the International Space Station
  2. Lithium and Beryllium isotopes with the PAMELA experiment
  3. A nearby superluminous supernova with a long pre-maximum 'plateau' and strong CII features
  4. Constraining Dark Matter lifetime with a deep gamma-ray survey of the Perseus Galaxy Cluster with MAGIC
  5. The first catalog of Fermi-LAT sources below 100 MeV

12:00 pm, Friday, Jun 22nd in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Calorimetric Dark Matter Detection With Galactic Center Gas Clouds
  2. Searching for Dark Matter with Paleo-Detectors
  3. Production of dark-matter bound states in the early universe by three-body recombination
  4. Observation of inclined EeV air showers with the radio detector of the Pierre Auger Observatory
  5. First observation with global network of optical atomic clocks aimed for a dark matter detection
  6. Search for line signal candidates in the Fermi-LAT data
  7. On the origin of the cosmic ray galactic halo
  8. The starburst galaxy NGC 253 revisited by H.E.S.S. and Fermi-LAT
  9. Life Versus Dark Energy: How An Advanced Civilization Could Resist the Accelerating Expansion of the Universe

12:00 pm, Friday, Jun 1st in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. GeV-Scale Thermal WIMPs: Not Even Slightly Dead
  2. Observation of a Significant Excess of Electron-Like Events in the MiniBooNE Short-Baseline Neutrino Experiment
  3. GW170817: Measurements of neutron star radii and equation of state
  4. Properties of the binary neutron star merger GW170817
  5. Looking for the gluon condensation signature in proton using the Earth limb gamma-ray spectra
  6. First model independent results from DAMA/LIBRA-phase2
  7. Dark Matter Search Results from a One Tonne×Year Exposure of XENON1T
  8. Why Post-Starburst Galaxies are Now Quiescent
  9. Choose Your Own Adventure: Developing A Values-Oriented Framework for Your Career
  10. Does the Black Hole Merger Rate Evolve with Redshift?

11:00 am, Friday, May 25th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
Special Talk!
SpeakerJuri Smirnov (INFN Florence)
TitleColored Dark Matter 
AbstractI will show that a bound state with colored quark-like constituents can be a weakly interacting dark matter candidate. I will also discuss a mechanism how it becomes the dominant component of the total dark matter abundance. At the same time an unavoidable consequence will be a subdominant population of dark matter with strong interactions with visible matter and interesting phenomenology. 
  1. Dark Matter that Interacts with Baryons: Density Distribution within the Earth and New Constraints on the Interaction Cross-section
  2. An upper limit on the strength of the extragalactic magnetic field from ultra-high-energy cosmic-ray anisotropy
  3. A new universal cosmic-ray knee near the magnetic rigidity 10 TV with the NUCLEON space observatory
  4. Galactic Cosmic-Ray Anisotropy in the Northern hemisphere from the ARGO-YBJ Experiment during 2008-2012

12:00 pm, Friday, May 18th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Search for gamma-ray emission from the nearby dwarf spheroidal galaxies with 9 years of Fermi-LAT data
  2. Search for γ-ray line signals from dark matter annihilations in the inner Galactic halo from ten years of observations with H.E.S.S
  3. Constraints on Primordial Black Hole Dark Matter from Galactic Center X-ray observations
  4. Atmospheric Trident Production for Probing New Physics
  5. Hyper-Kamiokande Design Report
  6. Probing secret interactions of eV-scale sterile neutrinos with the diffuse supernova neutrino background

12:00 pm, Friday, May 11th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Guanying Z. will talk a little about a current project she is working on
  2. First Dark Matter Constraints from SuperCDMS Single-Charge Sensitive Detectors
  3. Limits on the flux of tau neutrinos from 1 PeV to 3 EeV with the MAGIC telescopes
  4. Observation of Anisotropy of TeV Cosmic Rays with Two Years of HAWC
  5. First measurement of the cross section for νμ and ν¯μ induced single charged pion production on argon using ArgoNeuT
  6. Lower limit on the ultra-high-energy proton-to-helium ratio from the measurements of the tail of X_max distribution

12:00 pm, Friday, Apr 27th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Chris C. will talk a little about a current project he is working on
  2. Search for Spatial Extension in High-Latitude Sources Detected by the Fermi Large Area Telescope
  3. Analysis of Fermi-LAT data from Tucana-II: Possible constraints on the Dark Matter models
  4. Diffuse Galactic gamma ray flux at very high energy
  5. Polarized gamma rays from dark matter annihilations
  6. Constraints on axion-like particle properties with very high energy gamma-ray observations of Galactic sources
  7. The Radio Background Below 100 MHz

12:00 pm, Friday, Apr 13th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. An Unexpected Dip in the Solar Gamma-Ray Spectrum
  2. Neutron stars and millisecond pulsars in star clusters: implications for the diffuse γ-radiation from the Galactic Centre
  3. A Combined Astrophysical and Dark Matter Interpretation of the IceCube HESE and Throughgoing Muon Events
  4. A Search for Invisible Axion Dark Matter with the Axion Dark Matter Experiment
  5. Constraining cosmic ray acceleration in young star clusters using multi-wavelength observations
  6. Ultrahigh energy cosmic rays from nearby starburst galaxies

12:00 pm, Friday, Apr 13th in PRB M2005 (Price Place) [CANCELLED]
  1. Search for neutrinos from decaying dark matter with IceCube
  2. A direct dark matter search in XMASS-I
  3. A Search for Dark Matter Annihilation in the Milky Way Halo
  4. Measuring the supernova unknowns at the next-generation neutrino telescopes through the diffuse neutrino background
  5. M^3: A New Muon Missing Momentum Experiment to Probe (g−2)μ and Dark Matter at Fermilab
  6. Massive Stars as Major Factories of Galactic Cosmic Rays
  7. The Silurian Hypothesis: Would it be possible to detect an industrial civilization in the geological record?

12:00 pm, Friday, Apr 6th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. A density cusp of quiescent X-ray binaries in the central parsec of the Galaxy [Nature] [arXiv]
  2. SENSEI: First Direct-Detection Constraints on sub-GeV Dark Matter from a Surface Run
  3. Dark Matter implications of DAMA/LIBRA-phase2 results [DAMA/LIBRA-phase2 "results"]
  4. Investigation of the cosmic ray population and magnetic field strength in the halo of NGC 891

12:00 pm, Friday, Mar 30th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. A galaxy lacking dark matter [Nature] [arXiv]
  2. An enigmatic population of luminous globular clusters in a galaxy lacking dark matter
  3. Dark Matter in Ultra-Diffuse Galaxies in the Virgo Cluster from their Globular Cluster Populations
  4. Was the cosmic ray burst detected by the GRAPES-3 on 22 June 2015 caused by transient weakening of geomagnetic field or by an interplanetary anisotropy?
  5. Lessons from HAWC PWNe observations: the diffusion constant is not a constant; Pulsars remain the likeliest sources of the anomalous positron fraction; Cosmic rays are trapped for long periods of time in pockets of inefficient diffusion
  6. Is DAMA Bathing in a Sea of Radioactive Argon?

12:00 pm, Friday, Mar 23rd in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Evidence for a New Component of High-Energy Solar Gamma-Ray Production
  2. Millisecond Pulsars, TeV Halos, and Implications For The Galactic Center Gamma-Ray Excess
  3. Observation of an Unusual Upward-going Cosmic-ray-like Event in the Third Flight of ANITA
  4. The Role of Cosmic Ray Transport in Shaping the Simulated Circumgalactic Medium
  5. The KM3NeT Neutrino Telescope and the potential of a neutrino beam from Russia to the Mediterranean Sea
  6. Photon detector system performance in the DUNE 35-ton prototype liquid argon time projection chamber

12:00 pm, Friday, Mar 9th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. The Cosmic-Ray Energy Spectrum between 2 PeV and 2 EeV Observed with the TALE detector in monocular mode
  2. Multi-messenger constraints to the local emission of cosmic-ray electrons
  3. Identification of the Central Compact Object in the young supernova remnant 1E0102.2-7219
  4. Constraints on the diffuse high-energy neutrino flux from the third flight of ANITA
  5. Two-zone diffusion of electrons and positrons from Geminga explains the positron anomaly
  6. Energetic gamma-ray emission from solar flares
  7. Severely Constraining Dark Matter Interpretations of the 21-cm Anomaly
  8. Progenitor Mass Distribution for Core-Collapse Supernova Remnants in M31 & M33

12:00 pm, Friday, Mar 2nd in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
Special Talk!
Speaker: Yusuke Koshio (Okayama University)
Title: Supernova neutrino observation - current status and future prospects
  1. Possible interaction between baryons and dark-matter particles revealed by the first stars
  2. Constraining the p¯/p Ratio in TeV Cosmic Rays with Observations of the Moon Shadow by HAWC
  3. Characteristics and energy dependence of recurrent galactic cosmic-ray flux depressions and of a Forbush decrease with LISA Pathfinder
  4. The Three-Dimensional Spatial Distribution of Interstellar Gas in the Milky Way: Implications for Cosmic Rays and High-Energy Gamma-Ray Emissions
  5. A prototype detector for the CRESST-III low-mass dark matter search
  6. Limits on light WIMPs from the first 102.8 kg-days data of the CDEX-10 experiment

12:00 pm, Friday, Feb 23rd in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Search for Neutrinos in Super-Kamiokande associated with the GW170817 neutron-star merger
  2. Robust Constraints and Novel Gamma-Ray Signatures of Dark Matter That Interacts Strongly With Nucleons
  3. A Coincidence Search for Cosmic Neutrino and Gamma-Ray Emitting Sources Using IceCube and Fermi LAT Public Data
  4. DarkSide-50 532-day Dark Matter Search with Low-Radioactivity Argon
  5. Constraints on Sub-GeV Dark Matter-Electron Scattering from the DarkSide-50 Experiment
  6. Low-mass Dark Matter Search with the DarkSide-50 Experiment
  7. Projected WIMP sensitivity of the LUX-ZEPLIN (LZ) dark matter experiment

12:00 pm, Friday, Feb 16th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Robust Constraints and Novel Gamma-Ray Signatures of Dark Matter That Interacts Strongly With Nucleons
  2. Population study of Galactic supernova remnants at very high γ-ray energies with H.E.S.S
  3. Model-independent constraints on dark matter annihilation in dwarf spheroidal galaxies
  4. Search for Neutrinos in Super-Kamiokande associated with the GW170817 neutron-star merger
  5. Evidence of Intermediate-Scale Energy Spectrum Anisotropy of Cosmic Rays E≥10^19.2 eV with the Telescope Array Surface Detector
  6. The random walk of cars and their collision probabilities with planets

12:00 pm, Friday, Feb 9th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. A Sterile Neutrino Origin for the Upward Directed Cosmic Ray Shower Detected by ANITA
  2. On the Missing Energy Puzzle of Tidal Disruption Events
  3. Exploring the making of a galactic wind in the star-bursting dwarf irregular galaxy IC 10 with LOFAR
  4. Does the black hole shadow probe the event horizon geometry?
  5. Gravitational Lensing of a star by a rotating black hole
  6. A search for technosignatures from 14 planetary systems in the Kepler field with the Green Bank Telescope at 1.15-1.73 GHz

12:00 pm, Friday, Feb 2nd in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Linking high-energy cosmic particles by black-hole jets embedded in large-scale structures
  2. On the physical foundations of equipartition
  3. Antarctic Surface Reflectivity Calculations and Measurements from the ANITA-4 and HiCal-2 Experiments
  4. Direct dark matter search by annual modulation with 2.7 years of XMASS-I data
  5. First Limit on the direct detection of Lightly Ionizing Particles for Electric Charge as Low as e/1000 with the Majorana Demonstrator
  6. Solar Neutrinos as a Signal and Background in Direct-Detection Experiments Searching for Sub-GeV Dark Matter With Electron Recoils
  7. Depth of Ultra High Energy Cosmic Ray Induced Air Shower Maxima Measured by the Telescope Array Black Rock and Long Ridge FADC Fluorescence Detectors and Surface Array in Hybrid Mode
  8. Search for Gamma-Ray Emission from Local Primordial Black Holes with the Fermi Large Area Telescope 

12:00 pm, Friday, Jan 26th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. Particle acceleration in the superwinds of starburst galaxies
  2. Unexpected cyclic behavior in cosmic ray protons observed by PAMELA at 1 AU
  3. Evaluation of the Interplanetary Magnetic Field Strength Using the Cosmic-Ray Shadow of the Sun
  4. Evidence for Declination Dependence of Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Ray Spectrum in the Northern Hemisphere
  5. High energy leptonic originated neutrinos from astrophysical objects
  6. Detectability of Small-Scale Dark Matter Clumps with Pulsar Timing Arrays

12:30 pm, Friday, Jan 19th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. The Propitious Role of Solar Energetic Particles in the Origin of Life
  2. A search for new supernova remnant shells in the Galactic plane with H.E.S.S
  3. Indication of anisotropy in arrival directions of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays through comparison to the flux pattern of extragalactic gamma-ray sources
  4. Detection of the Characteristic Pion-Decay Signature in the Molecular Clouds
  5. Probing the evolution of the EAS muon content in the atmosphere with KASCADE-Grande
  6. Improved search for two-neutrino double electron capture on 124Xe and 126Xe using particle identification in XMASS-I
  7. Neutrino masses and their ordering: Global Data, Priors and Models
  8. Discovery of a dual AGN at z~3.3 with 20kpc separation

12:30 pm, Friday, Jan 12th in PRB M2005 (Price Place)
  1. The Binary Neutron Star event LIGO/VIRGO GW170817 a hundred days after merger: synchrotron emission across the electromagnetic spectrum
  2. Evidence for GeV Cosmic Rays from White Dwarfs in the Local Cosmic Ray Spectra and in the Gamma-ray Emissivity of the Inner Galaxy
  3. Non-Thermal Cosmic Rays During Big Bang Nucleosynthesis to Solve the Lithium Problem
  4. Impact of Neutrino Opacities in Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations
  5. Direct Detection of Ultralight Dark Matter via Astronomical Ephemeris
  6. Gravitational probes of dark matter physics

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