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Wild Stars in the Old West II

The 14th North American Workshop on Cataclysmic Variables and Related Objects
15-19 March 2009, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

Program for Monday

Time Speaker Topic
09:00 to 09:10 Welcome Remarks Howdy!
09:10 to 09:50 Christian Knigge The Secondary Stars of Cataclysmic Variables [10.07 MB .ppt]
09:50 to 10:10 Stuart Littlefair The Donor Star Masses in Short Period CVs [1.17 MB pdf]
10:10 to 10:30 Stella Kafka Activity on Magnetic CV Secondaries [3.41 MB .pps]
10:30 to 11:00 Coffee & Posters
11:00 to 11:30 Christopher Watson Roche Tomography of the Donor Stars [1.62 MB pdf]
11:30 to 12:10 Paula Szkody CVs with Pulsating White Dwarfs [7.90 MB .ppt]
12:10 to 12:30 Justin Steinfadt Hydrogen Burning and Pulsations of He WDs [1.51 MB .ppt]
12:30 to 12:35 Poster Review
12:35 to 01:45 Lunch
01:45 to 02:15 Dean Townsley Variations in Teff for Quiescent CV WDs [279 KB pdf]
02:15 to 02:45 Edward Sion White Dwarf Heating in Nova-like Systems [1.33 MB .ppt]
02:45 to 03:05 James Liebert The Paucity of Magnetic WDs in SDSS Binaries [738 KB .ppt]
03:05 to 03:35 Coffee & Posters
03:35 to 04:05 Christopher Tout Binary Star Origin of High Magnetic Field WDs [123 KB pdf]
04:05 to 04:35 Matt Burleigh Detached WD/BD Binaries as Progenitors of CVs [2.21 MB .ppt]
04:35 to 04:48 Ada Nebot Post-CE Binaries from SDSS [4.30 MB .ppt]
04:48 to 05:01 Mattias Schreiber Post-CE Binaries from SDSS Magnetic Braking [1.36 MB .ppt]
05:01 to 05:21 Monica Zorotovic Fiebig Post-CE Binaries from SDSS [1.61 MB pdf]
05:21 to 05:34 Philip Davis How Many CVs are Crossing the Period Gap? [3.73 MB .ppt]
05:34 to 06:00 Posters & Cocktails

Posters

1 Tom Marsh [4.56 MB pdf]
2 Edward Robinson [1.92 MB .ppt]
3 Tom Harrison
4 John Thorstensen [796 KB pdf]
5 Robert Smith
6 Penelope Longa-Peña
7 Metin Altan
8 Chris Savoury [846 KB .ppt]
9 Ryan Hamilton
10 Gulnur ikis Gun
11 Simon Tulloch
12 Phil Evans
13 Pablo Rodriguez-Gil [159 KB pdf]
14 Stylianos Pyrzas
15 John Tayor
16 Eric Schlegel
17 Irina Voloshina
18 Arne Henden
19 Stephen Potter
20 George Marshall
21 Jeff Robertson [1.28 MB pdf]
22 Elena Mason
23 Jorge Casares

Program for Tuesday

Time Speaker Topic
09:00 to 09:40 Danny Steeghs The Galactic Population of AM CVn Binaries
09:40 to 10:00 Ken Shen Unstable He Shell Burning on Accreting White Dwarfs
10:00 to 10:20 Marc van der Sluys Magnetic Capture and the Formation Channel for AM CVn
10:20 to 10:50 Coffee Break
10:50 to 11:20 Lars Bildsten Where are the Helium Core White Dwarfs in CVs?
11:20 to 11:40 Irit Idan Classical Novae on Low Accretion Rate Helium WDs
11:40 to 11:53 Claus Tappert LTT 560 and Mass Transfer in Pre-CVs
11:53 to 12:13 Tiago Ribeiro Studying Activity in Pre-CVs Secondaries
12:13 to 12:18 Poster Review 
12:18 to 01:28 Lunch
01:28 to 01:41 Howard Bond HST Observations of the Pre-CV Binary V471 Tauri
01:41 to 02:01 Dmitry Bisikalo 3D Modeling of the Circumbinary Envelope in Close Binaries
02:01 to 02: Don Hoard What’s Cool About Hot Stars?  CVs in the Infrared
02:31 to 03:01 Linda Schmidtobreick The Role of SW Sex Stars in the Evolution of CVs
03:01 to 03: Coffee Break
03:31 to 04:01 Boris Gänsicke SDSS Unveils the Predicted Population at the Minimum Porb
04:01 to 04:31 Ulrich Kolb Recent Population Synthesis Results
04:31 to 05:01 Lorne Nelson Population Synthesis Models with Interrupted Braking
05:01 to 05:31 Magaretha Pretorius The Space Density of Cataclysmic Variables
05:31 to 06:00 Poster Viewing
06:00 to 07:00 NOAO Reception

Posters

31 Kurtis Williams
32 Vadim Burwitz
33 Paul Barrett
34 Justus Vogel
35 Steve Howell
36 Iris Trauslen
37 Nicola Masetti
38 Kunegunda Bell
39 Jesus Corral-Santana
40 Stefanie Wachter
41 Jillian Bornak
42 Cristina Zurita
43 Kieran O’Brien
44 Marissa Kotze
45 Teo Muñoz-Darias
46 Manuel Torres
47 Robert Schwarz
48 Marco Mantraga
49 Ladislav Hric
50 Daniela Barria Diaz
51 Julie Skinner
52 Fergus Wilson
53 Peter Hoeflich
54 Allesandro Ederoclite
55 Akira Imada   

Program for Wednesday

Time Speaker Topic
09:00 to 09:20 Kent Honeycutt Characteristics of the Wind in BZ Cam
09:20 to 10:00 Axel Schwope XMM Observations of Polars
10:00 to 10:30 David Buckley Observations of CVs with SALT
10:30 to 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 to 11:20 Fred Walter The Downside of EF Eri
11:20 to 11:50 Paul Mason Radio Observations of CVs
11:50 to 12:20 Domitilla de Martino X-Ray Observations of IPs
12:20 to 12:25 Poster Review
12:25 to 01:35 Lunch
01:35 to 01: Gerardo Luna Chandra Observations of EX Hya
01:48 to 02:01 Christopher Mauche Multiwavelength Observations of AE Aqr
02:01 to 02:31 Knox Long Geometry and Structure of CV Winds
02:31 to 03:01 Peter Wheatley Origin of DNe Outburst X-Rays
03:01 to 03:31 Coffee Break
03:31 to 03:51 Ronald Mennickent Supercycles in Double Periodic Variables
03:51 to 04:21 Graham Wynn Outrageous Outbursts
04:21 to 04:51 Jennifer Sokoloski Do Disks Survive Novae Explosions?
04:51 to 05:11 Joanna Mikolajewska Symbiotic Stars: Challenges to Evolution Theory
05:11 to 05:24 Ladislav Hric AG Dra - A Symbiotic Mystery
05:24 to 06:00 Posters & Cocktails
06:30 Buses leave for banquet from NOAO building

Posters

60 Tom Harrison
61 Rob Seaman
62 Viktor Malanushenko
63 Risako Matsui
64 Brad Schaefer
65 Drahomir Chochol
66 Akira Arai
67 Akira Imada
68 Solen Balman
69 Allen Shafter
70 Auni Somero
71 Augustin Skopal
72 Augustin Skopal
73 Attay Kovetz
74 Dina Prialnik
75 Pierluigi Selvelli
76 Antonio Bianchini
77 Kevin Moore
78 Akira Arai
79 Mariko Kato
80 Dai Takei
81 Jan-Uwe Ness
82 Jim Lyke
83 Tomasz Kaminski
84 Gagik Tovmassian
85 Andres Aviles
86 Sergey Zharikov
87 Koji Mukai 

Program for Thursday
“TOADs, Recurrent and Classical Novae”

Time Speaker Topic
09:00 to 09:15 Marina Orio X-Ray Observations of Novae
09:15 to 09:28 Lieke van Spaandonk Ca II Spectroscopy of Short Orbital Period CVs
09:28 to 09: Kristiina Byckling A Unique Insight into a Rare Outburst of GW Lib
09:41 to 10:01 Daisaku Nogami Superoutburst Evolution of WZ Sge, GW Lib, and V455 And
10:01 to 10:14 Gagik Tovmassia Simultaneous Observations of the 2007 Outburst of V455 And
10:14 to 10:27 Michele Montgomery The Source of Negative Superhumps
10:27 to 10:52 Coffee Break
10:52 to 11:05 Sergey Zharikov Wanted: The True Bounce Back Systems
11:05 to 11:25 Brad Schaefer Recurrent Nova Photometric Histories
11:25 to 11:45 Ashley Pagnotta V2487 Oph: A Test of RNe Identification Criteria
11:45 to 11:58 Helena Uthas The X-Ray Emission and Binary Parameters of T Pyx
11:58 to 12:11 Randy Campbell Morphology of the Ejecta from the Classical Nova V723 Cas
12:11 to 12:24 Ting-Ni Lu The Counterparts of X-Ray Sources in the Globular Cluster M12
12:24 to 01:35 Lunch
01:35 to 02:15 Julian Osborne Swift Observations of Recent Novae
02:15 to 02:35 Magarita Hernanz The Recovery of Accretion in Novae as Seen in X-rays
02:35 to 02:48 Gloria Sala XMM-Newton Observations of V5116 Sgr (N Sgr 2005#2)
02:48 to 03:08 Michael Shara Recovery of the Ultraluminous Red Nova in M31
03:08 to 03:35 Coffee Break
03:35 to 03:48 Martin Henze The First Two Transient SSS in M31 Globular Clusters
03:48 to 04:08 Elena Mason V1309 Sco: Not a THEA System
04:08 to 04:38 Izumi Hachisu A Prediction Formula of Supersoft X-ray Phase of CNe
04:38 to 04:51 Roger Wesson V458 Vul - A Classical Nova Inside a Planetary Nebula
04:51 to 05:00 Closing Remarks (Next stop Kyoto!)
 
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