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The Future of Cosmology with Clusters of Galaxies

26 February – 2 March 2005, Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort, Kona, Hawaii


ORAL Sessions: Alii Ballroom
POSTER Session: Lehua I-III

SATURDAY, 26 February

5:00pm - 7:30pm, REGISTRATION, Paniolo Terrace

6:30pm - 8:30pm, WELCOME RECEPTION, Paniolo Terrace

SUNDAY, 27 February

7:00am - 5:00pm, REGISTRATION, Alii Foyer

8:20am WELCOME

--- Session 1a: KNOTS IN THE COSMIC WEB: DARK MATTER HALOS Chair: J Bartlett
8:30am C. Frenk (Durham) dark matter structure from simulations
9:00 I. Szapudi (Hawaii) higher order statistics
9:30 A. Cooray (UC, Irvine) halo model: the relations between gas, galaxies and dark matter halos that occupy them
9:50 G. Holder (McGill) the importance of being self-consistent: angular clustering and number counts

10:05 - 10:30 break

10:30 A. Vikhlinin (CfA) cosmology from current X-ray surveys
11:00 S. Allen (Stanford) cluster gas fraction: observation and interpretation
11:30 A. Refregier (for M. Pierre) (Saclay) the cluster population in the XMM-LSS survey

12:00 - 1:30pm lunch

--- Session 2: SZ FORECASTS & CHALLENGES Chair: R. Ellis
1:30pm J. Mohr (Illinois) cluster survey phenomenology
2:00 T. Crawford (Chicago) observational challenges for mm-wave SZ cluster surveys
2:20 M. Dobbs (LBL) the APEX Sunyaev-Zel'dovich survey experiment instrument status
2:40 H. Boehringer (MPE) clusters as cosmological probes

3:00 - 3:30 break

3:30 C. Sarazin (Virginia) the effects of cluster mergers on their X-ray and SZ properties and use as cosmological probes
3:50 J. Bartlett (Paris VII) selection effects in SZ catalogs
4:10 M. Gladders (Carnegie Obs) optically selected galaxy clusters at high-z

4:40pm end of session

5:30pm resort lu'au

MONDAY, 28 February

7:00am - 5:00pm, REGISTRATION, Alii Foyer

--- Session 3: HOT BARYONS I: ICM OBSERVATIONS Chair: C. Sarazin
8:30am B. Maughan (CfA) scaling relations and the evolution of galaxy clusters
9:00 B. McNamara (Ohio) observations of icm/active galaxy interaction
9:30 M. Donahue (Michigan State) evolution of entropy profiles in cluster cores: the effect of a radio source
9:50 T. Reiprich (Bonn) studying local and distant cluster samples with chandra xmm and gravitational lensing

10:05 - 10:30 break

10:30 H. Ebeling (Hawaii) [.mov version (57 Mb)] MACS: the most massive clusters at z=0.3-0.7
11:00 M. Markevitch (CfA) temperature structure in the intracluster medium
11:30 K. Mitsuda (ISAS) cluster science with Astro-E2
11:50 S. Ettori (Bologna) physical properties of X-ray galaxy clusters at high redshift

12:05 - 1:30 lunch

--- Session 4: HOT BARYONS II: ICM MODELS Chair: N. Sharpe
1:30pm S. Borgani (Trieste) towards understanding clusters with hydro-sph simulations
2:00 R. Bower (Durham) non-gravitational heating of the ICM
2:30 P. Mazzotta (CfA/Roma) mismatch between X-ray and emission-weighted temperatures in galaxy clusters: cosmological implication
2:45 K. Dolag (MPA) simulating galaxy clusters with new physics and high precission

3:00 - 3:30 break

3:30 M. Voit (Michigan State) profiling entropy in clusters
4:00 A. Babul (Victoria) modeling the evolution of the intracluster gas,
4:15 D. Nagai (Chicago) scaling relations in cosmological cluster simulations
4:30 M. Ruszkowski (Colorado) AGN heating and dissipative processes in cosmological clusters

4:45pm end of session

8:30 - 9:30pm Rapid-Fire Poster Summary Session

TUESDAY, 1 March

--- Session 5: MAPPING THE WEB II: GALAXY SURVEYS Chair: A. Stanford
8:30am T. McKay (Michigan) SDSS galaxy clusters
9:00 V. Eke (Durham) 2PIGGs in space
9:30 O. Lopez-Cruz (INAOE) the color magnitude relationship for cluster galaxies: universality and applications
9:45 J. Krick (Michigan) diffuse optical light in galaxy clusters

10:00 - 10:30 break

10:30 D. Hogg (NYU) galaxy populations in low-z dense environments
11:00 B. Poggianti (Padova) the ESO distant cluster survey
11:30 B. Holden (UCO/Lick) just how old are cluster early-types?
11:45 N. Scoville (Caltech/Hawaii) large structures in the COSMOS survey

12:05 - 1:30 lunch

1:30pm A. Kravtsov (Chicago) simulating galaxy formation in clusters
2:00 R. Wechsler (Chicago) linking optical clusters to dark halos
2:30 F. Dong (Princeton) optical cluster-finding with a matched-filter technique
2:45 M. Tanaka (Tokyo) the build-up of the color-magnitude relation as a function of environment
3:00 W. Burgett (Hawaii) cluster substructure and mass estimation

3:15 - 3:45 break

--- Session 6b: THE EARLY WEB: CLUSTERS @ z >1
3:45 C. Mullis (Michigan) first results from an XMM survey for z>1 clusters
4:05 P. Eisenhardt (JPL) Spitzer/IRAC Selected Galaxy Clusters at z > 1
4:25 M. Bautz (MIT) Chandra observations of high-redshift, optically-selected clusters from the red-sequence cluster survey
4:40 S. Mei (JHU) the ACS intermediate redshift cluster survey: ages and star formation at z~1
4:55 E. Pierpaoli (Caltech) probing large scale structure with SZ cluster polarization
5:10pm end of session

5:30 - 6:30pm happy hour reception, lu-au grounds


9:00am R. Ellis (Caltech) strong lensing review
9:30 N. Dalal (Princeton) cluster strong lensing
9:45 G.P. Smith (Caltech) Hubble and Keck constraints on massive galaxy clusters at z=0.6

10:00 - 10:30 break

10:30 R. Massey (Caltech) mass-selected cluster catalogues with weak lensing
10:50 J. Hennawi (UC, Berkeley) shear selected galaxy clusters from weak lensing
11:10 H. Dahle (Oslo) the cluster mass function from weak lensing
11:25 M. Lombardi (ESO) HST/ACS weak lensing analysis of the galaxy cluster RDCS 1252.9-2927 at z=1.24
11:40 S. Miyazaki (Subaru Telescope) Weak Lensing Survey using Subaru Suprime-Cam

11:55 - 1:30 lunch

1:30 N. Kaiser (Hawaii) PAN-STARRS
2:00 T. Treu (UCLA) a wide field multiwalength survey of distant clusters
2:15 A. Diaferio (Torino) the mass distribution in the outskirts of galaxy clusters
2:30 E. Barrett (Hawaii) in-depth view of the massive cluster MACSj0717.5+3745 and associated filament using X-ray, optical, and redshift observations
2:45 M. Ouchi (STScI) clusters and large-scale structures of galaxies at z=3-6 in the Subaru/XMM-Newton deep field

3:00 - 3:30 break

3:30 W. Hu (Chicago) future survey cross- and self-calibration
4:00 C. Pryke (Chicago) the Sunyaev-Zel'dovich array experiment

4:30 A. Evrard (Michigan) conference summary

5:00pm end of scientific program

********************* POSTERS *********************

All posters should fit within a square of side length 4ft (1.3m).

1 Michael Busha (University of Michigan) The Ultimate Halo Mass in a LCDM Universe
2 Joanne Cohn (UC Berkeley) Cluster correlation functions and power spectra
3 Scott Randall (Center for Astrophysics) Constraining Dark Matter Properties using Numerical Simulations of Cluster Mergers
4 John Peterson (Stanford University) Smoothed Particle Inference: A Non-Parametric Method for Galaxy Cluster Modeling

5 Hung-Yu Jian (National Taiwan University) How well baryons trace dark matters in galaxy clusters
6 Jochen Weller (Fermilab) Towards a realistic semi-analytical modeling of Sunyaev-Zel'dovich cluster surveys
7 Eric Hallman (University of Colorado) Limitations of Precision Cosmology with Clusters of Galaxies
8 Kevork Abazajian (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Implications of theoretical uncertainties of galaxy cluster statistics

9 Rebecca Stanek (University of Michigan) A Statistical Determination of the Mass-Luminosity Relation of Galaxy Clusters
10 Yu-Ying Zhang (Max-Planck-Inst. fuer Extraterrestrische Physik) Exploring Galaxy Clusters at z~0.3: XMM-Newton observations of the REFLEX-DXL sample
11 Naomi Ota (Cosmic Radiation Laboratory, RIKEN) Observational approach to core strucutre and thermal evolution of X-ray clusters
12 Kivanc Sabirli (Carnegie Mellon University) Latest Results from XMM Cluster Survey

13 John Bialek: The pros and cons of preheating
15 Yago Ascasibar (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) Cold fronts in relaxed clusters
16 Hiroaki Nishioka (ASIAA) Dark energy reflections in the redshift-space quadrupole

17 Richard Lieu (Alabama) The implication of soft excess on the cluster baryonic fraction
18 Daniel Hudson (IAEF University of Bonn) Temperature; Pressure; and Entropy: The ICM in Merging Clusters A2163; A1750; and A400
19 Ian McCarthy (University of Victoria) Models of the Intracluster Medium with Heating and Cooling
20 Michael Wise (MIT) Large-Scale Heating and the AGN Duty-Cycle in Clusters

21 Paul Nulsen (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) The impact of cluster scale shocks from central AGN
22 Greg Poole (University of Victoria) Can mergers create non-cooling flow systems? A numerical study
23 Stuart Bowyer (UC Berkeley) A Hidden population of Cosmic Rays in Clusters of Galaxies
24 Renato Dupke (University of Michigan) The Dynamics of the Intracluster Gas Near the Core of Clusters: Multiple Ways of Making a Cold Front

25 Ben Koester (University of Michigan) MaxBCG Clusters from the SDSS
26 Paola Popesso (European Southern Observatory) The RASS-SDSS galaxy cluster survey
27 Cheng-Jiun Ma (IfA) Neutral hydrogen gas in cD galaxy of A262
28 Maria Pereira (IfA) Dynamic Tidal Alignment in Cluster Galaxies

29 Andisheh Mahdavi (University of Hawaii) Constraining Mass Models of Relaxed X-ray Clusters
30 Boselli Alessandro (Laboratoire d'Astrophysique de Marseille) GALEX observations of nearby clusters
31 Ignacio Ferreras (University College London) The evolution of early-type galaxies as told by GOODS
32 Sean Moran (Caltech) Cl 0024+16: Spectroscopic Signatures of Environmental Evolution in Early Type Members

33 Dale Kocevski (University of Hawaii) Using Galaxy Clusters to Determine the Origin of the Local Bulk Flow
34 Sarah Hansen (University of Chicago) Measuring the Characteristic Size of Galaxy Clusters with SDSS Photometric Data
35 Adam Stanford (UC-Davis) Spitzer/IRAC Survey of High-z Galaxy Clusters
36 Jeffrey Newman (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Galaxy Clusters at z~1 from the DEEP2 Redshift Survey

37 Russell Smith (University of Waterloo) Stellar content of clusters: "lower-archical" formation of the red sequence
38 Joel Berge (CEA-Saclay) Weak lensing in the XMMLSS survey
39 Jun-Mein Wu (National Taiwan University) Strong and weak lensing by clusters of galaxies
40 Karl Andersson (Stockholm University/SLAC) New insights into the ICM structure of Abell 1689

41 Masahiro Takada (Tohoku University) A Steep Mass Profile of A1689; from Subaru Lensing Analysis
42 Jose M. Diego (MIT) The dark matter content of A1689 from a strong lensing analysis.
43 Marusa Bradac (Stanford University) Strong and Weak Lensing United: The puzzle of the most luminous cluster RXJ1347.5-1145
44 Phil Marshall (Stanford University) Mapping the Mass near the Strong Lens RXJ0911+0551

45 Kai-Yang Lin (National Taiwan University) Designing Calibration System for AMiBA Project
46 Keiichi Umetsu (ASIAA) Combining Sunyaev-Zel'dovich and weak-lensing cluster surveys for AMiBA experiment
47 Guo-Chin Liu (AMiBA) Simulated result of CMB temperature power spectrum for AMiBA
48 Lihwai Lin (National Taiwan University) The effect of cluster heating on CBM power spectrum around l=3000.

49 Shing Kwong Wong (National Taiwan University) AMiBA Image Reconstruction
50 Tzihong Chiueh (National Taiwan University) AMiBA at its Half Phase and Full Phase
51 Patrick Koch (ASIAA) The influence of mergers on the SZ effect
52 Namir Kassim (Naval Research Laboratory) Cluster Samples with the Long Wavelength Array

53 Tracy Clarke (Naval Research Laboratory) Tracing Intracluster Plasma with Radio and X-ray Observations
54 Laura Valkonen (University of Sussex) Analysis of 2004 ACBAR data for a sample of galaxy clusters
55 Massimiliano Bonamente (NASA/NSSTC & Univ. of Alabama) Cosmological Constraints from SZE and X-ray data for 37 Galaxy Clusters
56 Simona Mei (Johns Hopkins University) Cluster evolution at z~1 and prospects for future optical and SZ surveys

57 Shin Sasaki (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Searching for missing baryons with DIOS (Diffuse Intergalactic Oxygen Surveyor)
58 Thomas Culverhouse (Cambridge University) The Arcminute Microkelvin Imager
59 Percy Gomez (Gemini Observatory) SZE Observations of Massive Clusters
60 Stu Bowyer (UC, Berkeley) The Search for Intergalactic Filaments with Galex

61 Andy Pawl (Michigan) Detecting ICM Bulk Velocity: Mock Astro-E2 Observations of Simulated Clusters
62 Mark Swinbank (Durham) Under the Cosmic-Microscope: The dynamics of z=1 lensed galaxies