Chandra Data Science:
Novel Methods in Computing and Statistics for X-ray Astronomy

Session Schedule

Tuesday, August 24th
Chat with X-ray Astronomers turned Data Scientists. Kristiina Byckling  
    Davide Donato  
Chandra imaging analysis through convolutional neural network Yuanyuan Su University of Kentucky
An optimized, interpretable and automated source classification for large X-ray surveys Hugo Tranin Institut de Recherche en Astrophysique et Planétologie (IRAP) - Université Toulouse III
Be X-ray binaries in the SMC as indicators of mass transfer efficiency Serena Vinciguerra University of Amsterdam
Unsupervised Machine Learning for the Classification of Astrophysical X-ray Sources Víctor Samuel Pérez Díaz Universidad del Rosario
SNaX: A Database of Supernova X-Ray lightcurves Vikram Dwarkadas University of Chicago
Parallel and Scalable Data Analytics with Heat Claudia Comito Jülich Supercomputing Center
Upper Limits to the X-ray flux from Betelgeuse Vinay Kashyap Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian
Statistical approaches to detecting X-ray variability Eric Feigelson Penn State University
Wednesday, August 25th
Cross Matching with the Chandra Source Catalog Arnold Rots Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian
The XMM-Newton Serendipitous Source Catalogues and Source Variability Iris Traulsen Leibniz Institute for Astrophysics Potsdam (AIP)
Classifying Chandra sources in Andromeda Pauline Barmby Western University
Discussion on Large Catalogs, Classification, and Cross-Matching Invited Panelists
Thursday, August 26th
Mocking the Universe with pyXSIM and SOXS John ZuHone Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian
Poisson Noise Matched Filter and Implications to X-Ray Imaging Eran Ofek Weizmann Institute of Science
Coherent Multi-stage Data Analyses in High-Energy Astrophysics David A van Dyk Imperial College London
Constraining the power of X-ray wind in NGC 4051: a Bayesian approach Anna Ogorzalek NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, University of Maryland College Park
Importance of Distance in Automated Classification of X-ray Sources Steven Chen George Washington University
Stellar wind variability in Cyg X-1 from high-resolution excess variance spectroscopy with Chandra Lucia Härer Dr. Karl-Remeis Observatory - University of Erlangen-Nürnberg
Closing Remarks SOC Chairs SOC