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Chandra Calibration Review Presentations Tagged with "ACIS"

Reference Presenter Title
2009.20RichardEdgarCharge Transfer Inefficiency in the ACIS Continuous Clocking Mode
2009.22CatherineGrantACIS after ten years: Detector performance then, now, and into the next decade
2009.18HermanMarshallUpdating the Chandra ACIS Contamination Model
2009.19JenniferPosson-BrownDeveloping contributed software to correct for the temperature dependence of charge transfer inefficiency
2009.21NorbertSchulzHigh Energy Transmission Grating Spectra in Continuous Clocking Mode
2007.19MaxBonamenteSoft and hard x-ray excess emission in Abell 3112 observed with Chandra
2007.23LaurenceDavidChandra / XMM-Newton cross calibration with clusters of galaxies
2007.16JosephDePasqualeEvaluating the Effectiveness of the ACIS Superbias
2007.1JeremyDrakeMonte Carlo methods for including correlated systematic calibration uncertainties in astrophysical analysis: Chandra ACIS
2007.18RichardEdgarCharacterization and Correction of ACIS CTI in the Continuous Clocking Mode
2007.20TerranceGaetzPileup and the ACIS/HRMA Point Spread Function
2007.12GordonGarmireSome Thoughts on the Buildup of Material on the ACIS Filter
2007.17CatherineGrantCorrecting for the temperature dependence of ACIS charge transfer inefficiency
2007.2VinayKashyapIncorporating Effective Area Uncertainties into Spectral Fitting
2007.22MarcusKirschXMM-Newton: ready for the next decade
2007.15BeverlyLaMarrACIS Superbias Creation
2007.7HermanMarshallUpdating the ACIS Contaminant Model
2007.14JenniferPosson-BrownTesting the Graded Mode CTI Correction
2007.13AlexeyVikhlininApproximate CTI correction for ACIS graded mode data
2007.21PingZhaoChandra Telescope Optical Axis and Aimpoint
2005.34EliBeckermanError Analysis of HRC-I ECF Regions Applied to ACIS Data
2005.20LaurenceDavidOverview of Chandra Calibration
2005.18JosephDePasqualeCross Calibration of the Chandra/ACIS and XMM/EPIC low energy response using 1E0102-723
2005.15RichardEdgarWhat's new in ACIS calibration
2005.3TerranceGaetzPileup and the ACIS/HRMA Point Spread Function
2005.14CatherineGrantEvolution of ACIS Performance
2005.11KazunoriIshibashiMeasuring the Accuracy of Chandra/HETGS Wavelength Scale with Capella Data
2005.30MaximMarkevitchPropagation of ACIS background uncertainties
2005.4JonathanMcDowellWhat Shape is the Telescope In?
2005.2DeronPeaseA Study of the Chandra/ACIS PSF using Actual Data
2005.13PaulPlucinskyStatus of the ACIS Bakeout
2005.16GregoryPrigozhinImproved model of BI CCD response at low energies
2005.17NorbertSchulzACIS Energy Response Performance with the External Calibration Source
2005.5PingZhaoChandra Telescope Optical Axis and Aimpoint
2004.8RichardEdgarBack-Illuminated ACIS QE: Revised
2004.10CatherineGrantEvolution of ACIS Performance
2004.7MaximMarkevitchStatus of the ACIS Background
2004.12HermanMarshallDiagnosing the ACIS Contaminant using Grating Observations
2004.14PaulPlucinskyProspects for an ACIS Bakeout
2004.11NorbertSchulzCTI and time dependent gain corrections for ACIS
2004.9AlexeyVikhlininImproved high spatial resolution calibration of ACIS QEU
2004.13AlexeyVikhlininSpatial structure of the ACIS contamination from the ECS analysis
2003.29NancyAdams-WolkACIS CC Mode Observations: New Bias and Split Threshold Parameters and Comparisons to TE Data
2003.16YousafButtACIS Cosmic Ray Induced QE Decrement
2003.33JosephDePasqualeVerifying the ACIS Contamination Model with 1E0102.2-7219
2003.19RichardEdgarTime-dependent Gain for ACIS
2003.17RichardEdgarAbsolute ACIS Quantum Efficiency
2003.20RichardEdgarA New Paradigm for the Generation of ACIS Response Matrices
2003.8CatherineGrantTime Dependence of the ACIS Contamination
2003.18MaximMarkevitchACIS Background
2003.7MaximMarkevitchHighlights of ACIS Cluster Science
2003.10HermanMarshallComposition of the Chandra ACIS Contaminant
2003.13PaulPlucinskyProspects for an ACIS Bakeout
2003.38MichaelRaleyCharacterizing the S3 Low Energy Response with the SMC SNR 1E0102-72.3
2003.40AgataRozanskaEffects of the ACIS-S Contamination in the Chandra Data of Ton S180
2003.9NorbertSchulzSpatial Distribution of the Contaminant on the ACIS Camera
2003.11AnetaSiemiginowskaACIS-S Contamination and Modeling of the X-ray Absorption in High Redshift Quasars
2003.41ShanilViraniImproving the ACIS-S3 Spectral Resolution via a Grade-Dependent Correction
2002.37GlennAllenComputation of Times for Arrival of CC Mode Events
2002.21MarkBautzACIS Science and Calibration
2002.17GeorgeChartasInterpreting ACIS Observations in Light of Recent Calibration Issues
2002.29JohnDavisExploring the Limits of the ACIS Pile-up Model
2002.25RichardEdgarACIS Response
2002.50GordonGarmireAfter-Glow Events Not Removed by CXC Software
2002.22CatherineGrantEvolution of the ACIS Charge Transfer Inefficiency
2002.34DavidHuenemoerderGrating Spectral Order Sorting with the ACIS CCDs
2002.19MaximMarkevitchACIS Background
2002.18HermanMarshallVerifying the ACIS QE Uniformity using the HETGS
2002.16PaulPlucinskyThe Decrease in the ACIS Low-Energy Sensitivity
2002.24DivasSanwalACIS CC Mode Calibration
2002.27NorbertSchulzPerformance Tests and Verification of Current ACIS FEFs
2002.28DanSchwartzFuture ACIS Calibration Work
2002.43MarcusTeterACIS Low Energy Response Results for 3 Pulsars
2002.23LeisaTownsleyIncluding CTI Time Dependence in the PSU CTI Corrector
2002.46LeisaTownsleyCTI Correction on the Backside-Illuminated CCD S3: How and Why
2002.26AlexeyVikhlininACIS Spectral Response
2002.38ScottWolkSpace Craft Stability
2002.20ScottWolkACIS Optical Sensitivity

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