PROCEEDINGS

Presentations

Title Author Abstract
Cosmic activities coordination in Czech Republic Ondřej Šváb
20 years of GRS 1915+105 Alberto J. Castro-Tirado
A Suzaku view of 4U 1909+07 Felix Fuerst 4U 1909+07 is a rarely observed persistent high-mass X-ray binary neutron star. I will present a detailed analysis of a recent 25ksec Suzaku observation, which shows agreement with older RXTE ...
A spectral study of the X-ray pulsar 4U 0115+63 Sebastian Müller We present the preliminary results of the spectral analysis of the 2008 outburst of the High Mass X-ray binary 4U 0115+63, recorded by RXTE and INTEGRAL. To date, literature claims ...
Analysis framework for GLORIA Aleksander Filip Zarnecki Luiza analysis framework for GLORIA was based on the Marlin package developed the new High Energy Physics (HEP) project, International Linear Collider (ILC), data analysis. HEP experiments have to deal ...
Astroparticle Physics Today Franco Giovannelli
ESA Athena and Czech X-ray Optics development Rene Hudec I will give a brief review of collaborative Czech experimental activities related to ESA Athena X-ray astronomy project and Czech X-ray Optics developments in general.
ESA LOFT and Czech Participation Rene Hudec I will present the ESA LOFT mission for X-ray astronomy (candidate for ESA Cosmic Vision medium class mission) and discuss possible recent and future Czech involvement in this mission including ...
Giant radio pulses from the Crab pulsar Natalia Lewandowska
HEA robotic telescopes in Ondrejov Jan Strobl
IBWS: Introduction & Historical Background Rene Hudec I will briefly give and discuss the historical background of IBWS workshops as well as related experiments ESA INTEGRAL and BART.
Integration of Watcher into the Sierra Stars Observatory Network - lessons learned for GLORIA Martin Topinka The UCD Watcher robotic telescope has started to participate in the Sierra Stars Observatory Network (SSON), a US-based organisation that provides astronomical images upon request to subscribing users, who are ...
Introduction to GLORIA network Francisco SANCHEZ-MORENO
Introduction to REMOTES: Reliable and Modular Telescope Solution Michal Jakubec I will briefly describe key ideas, motivation and features of our recently developed platform designed for control and monitoring of a telescope and its peripherals that is suitable for various ...
JULO, the small near space balloon experiments Matus Kocka TBD
Light Bending of Compact Objects based on an analytical approximation Sebastian Falkner
NANOX - Proposed Nano-Satellite X-Ray Mission Vladimír Tichý
Photometric analysis of the Pi of the Sky data. Rafal Opiela Accurate analysis of Pi of the Sky data is very important because of a number of factors that can influence measurements. Reading the chip with the shutter opened, strong and ...
RTS2 - evolution in last year Petr Kubánek
Red Hat Contribution to the World's Science Gabriel Szász Red Hat is a small software company founded in 1993 that has become world-wide leader in open source solutions. The same company also has become an essential engineering partner for ...
Searching the first GRB afterglow on photo plates Fabian Kopel
Spectrograph COLORES - first results Martin Jelinek
Status and perspectives of MiniMegaTORTORA wide-field monitoring system with sub-second temporal resolution Sergey Karpov
Status of GRIPS Karl Mannheim The COMPTEL and INTEGRAL detectors have provide a glimpse of the rich astrophysical inventory at MeV energies. Nevertheless, the MeV band remains the least explored window of the electromagnetic spectrum ...
TAD a robotic telescope in the Teide observatory. Miguel Ángel Pío Jiménez A brief description of the robotic telescope located at the Teide and is part of Gloria Project.
Transient outbursts of neutron star X-ray binaries Ingo Kreykenbohm
Transit of Venus. A real-time broadcast of an astronomical event. Miguel Ángel Pío Jiménez A description of the way and infrastructure to use in the broadcast of the event.

Posters

Title Author Abstract
KORUNA in the Orlické Mountains – the intention to build an Observatory in the position of 1000m Lubomír Morávek Koruna is the second highest peak of the Orlické Mountains with an altitude of 1099m, it is an isolated place, practically without human presence. As such, it offers a good ...
A Swift look at IGR J17494-3030 Dominik Hertel The hard X-ray transient IGR J17494-3030 was first detected by Integral during the Galactic Center observations performed from 2012-03-17 to 2012-03-19 (Boissay et al., 2012, ATel3984). Several follow-up observations were ...
Discovering Hidden Treasures: Analyses in US Astronomioal Plate Archives Rene Hudec We will report on 10 US astronomical plate archives, some of them unknown before, as well as their potential for recent astrophysics.
ESA Gaia and Low Dispersion Spectroscopy Rene Hudec We discuss the astrophysical potential of very low-dispersion spectroscopy both of ESA satellite Gaia as well as low-dispersion surveys with photographic plates.
Forced slumping of Si foils for x-ray space telescopes Radka Havlíková Future astronomical projects on large space x-ray imaging telescopes require novel substrates and technologies for the construction of their reflecting mirrors. The mirrors must be lightweight and precisely shaped to ...
Investigations of High-Energy Sources with Astronomical Archival Plates Rene Hudec We discuss the possibility of analyses of high-energy sources with archival astronomical plates and present few selected examples of such studies.
Measuring of ionospheric disturbances with Software Defined Radio based on Open Hardware Martin Kákona There is a description of a method for detection ionospheric disturbances using OK0EU beacons and SDR based on MLAB an Open Hardware project.
On some statistical properties of GRB prompt optical emissions and afterglows Sergey Karpov We studied the subset of an optical light curves of gamma-ray bursts with measured redshifts and well-sampled R band data, which have clearly detected peaks. Among 44 such events, 11 ...
REMOTES: Reliable Modular Telescope Solution Petr Skala We will show our solution for seamless operation and monitoring of various observation facilities.
RTS2 integration into GLORIA system Mª Carmen López Casado We describe how GLORIA on-line experiments, both general purpose and batch, are going to be managed in RTS2 telescopes.
Study of Silicon Photomultipliers in the GRIPS Calorimeter Modules Lorraine Hanlon GRIPS is a proposed gamma-ray (200 keV to 80 MeV) astronomy mission, which incorporates a pair-creation and Compton scattering telescope, along with X-ray and infrared telescopes. It will carry out ...
The Point Spread Function variations inside width-field astronomical images Elena Anisimova The Point Spread Function (PSF) of the astronomical imaging systems is usually approximated by Gaussian or Moffat function. For simplification, the astronomical imaging system is considered to be time and ...
 
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