Chandra X-Ray Observatory
	(CXC)

The Chandra X-Ray Center (CXC)

Hosted by the
Chandra X-ray Center
July 9th - 11th, 2014
at the
DoubleTree Suites
400 Soldier's Field Road
Boston, MA

Abstract

X-ray observations are providing exciting results about the formation and evolution of galaxies, bringing new insight into the interplay between galaxies and the diverse physical components of which they are composed, and with which they interact. This workshop focuses on the diverse physics occurring within and around galaxies, with a particular emphasis on diffuse hot gas, but including galactic nuclei, the growth of SMBH, stellar/AGN feedback, stars and star formation, and environmental effects (e.g., stripping, mergers). The goals of this workshop are to bring together observers and theorists to review what we have learned in the last decade and to identify important but unsolved problems whose solution could significantly improve our understanding of galaxies, looking towards the most effective use of X-ray observatories in the next decade.


Invited Speakers

Pepi FabbianoSAO
Elena GalloUniversity of Michigan
Tim HeckmanJohns Hopkins University
Kip KuntzJohns Hopkins University
Bret LehmerJohns Hopkins University
Jeremiah OstrikerPrinceton University
Scott RandallSAO
Craig SarazinUniversity of Virginia
Ming SunUniversity of Alabama, Huntsville
Daniel WangUniversity of Massachusetts

Scientific Organizing Committee

Dong-Woo Kim*SAO Jerry OstrikerPrinceton
Silvia PellegriniUniv of Bologna Giuseppina FabbianoSAO
Craig SarazinUniv of Virginia Daniel WangUniv of Mass
Kentaro NagamineUNLV / Osaka Univ John MulchaeyCarnegie Observatories
Andy PtakGSFC Ann HornshemeierGSFC
* SOC Chair

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