3rd Korean-Chinese Meeting

3rd Korean-Chinese Meeting on Astrodynamics for Stars and Galaxies

It's Organised jointly by Hyung Mok Lee and Rainer Spurzem, will be organised this time in Beijing at NAOC, Dec. 19-20, 2011. This year we include a gravitational wave and relativity day (Dec. 21)

 


Venues: 

 

Dec. 19-20, 2011:  National Astronomical Observatory of China Function Room Ground Floor Building A


Contact: Rainer Spurzem ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )


Dec. 21, 2011: FIT Building Room 1-315, Tsinghua University.

 

Map how to reach this location.

Contact: Junwei Cao, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Two conference pictures: IMG1IMG2



Workshop Programme:

All talks approximately 25 minutes plus 5 minutes discussion. Each Session will have a coffee/tea break in the middle. Please note this is an informal workshop with NO registration fee - snacks and hot drinks will be supplied in the breaks, but no lunch/dinner. There are restaurants and dining halls on campus and out of campus to have a self-organised lunch and dinner. Arrival Information how to reach NAOC and NAOC guesthouse can be found here and here (conference booklet of MODEST10, 7MB!).

 

Monday, Dec. 19, Morning Session, 9:00 - 12:00

  • Welcome (Hyung Mok Lee, Rainer Spurzem)
  • Hyung Mok LEE (SNU): What we would like to see with advanced LIGO and Virgo?
  • Rainer SPURZEM (NAOC/KIAA/ARI): Supermassive Binary Black Holes with Spin in Galactic Nuclei
  • Youjun LU (NAOC): Hypervelocity Stars from the Galactic Center
  • Shiyan ZHONG (NAOC): Tidal Star Accretion onto Supermassive Black Holes in Galactic Nuclei

 

Monday, Dec. 19, Afternoon Session: 14:00 - 17:00

  • Fukun LIU (PKU): Observational Evidence for Binary Black Holes in Galactic Nuclei
  • Xian CHEN (KIAA): Enhanced Tidal Star Accretion on Supermassive Binary Black Holes
  • Shuo Li  (PKU/NAOC): Supermassive Black Holes kicked from galactic centers
  • Jongsuk HONG (SNU): Binary formation by gravitational radiation in stellar systems
  • Daniel BIALAS (ARI/NAOC): Harassment of Galaxies with N-Body Model

 

Tuesday, Dec. 20, Morning Session: 9:00 - 12:00

  • Peter BERCZIK (NAOC/ARI/MAO): Fast Coalescence of Supermassive Black Holes after Galaxy Mergers
  • Baile LI (Vanderbilt/NAOC): Post-Newtonian Dynamics around supermassive Black Holes
  • Lei LIU (NAOC/ARI): Chemodynamical Models of Stars and Gas in Galaxies
  • Jihye SHIN (KHU): Size Evolution of the Milky Way Globular Cluster System
  • Sung Chul KIM (SNU): Evolution of rotating star clusters

 

Tuesday, Dec. 20, Afternoon Session: 14:00 - 17:00

  • Yong ZHENG (PKU): 'Binary Segregation' in the young globular cluster NGC1818
  • Young Bok BAE (SNU): Compact binaries in globular clusters
  • Wei HAO (KIAA):  The cumulative effect of distant stellar encounters on multi-planet systems in star clusters
  • Shangfei LIU (KIAA): On the interactions between Saturn's ring and the embedded moonlets: Some preliminary simulations using the REBOUND code 
  • Rainer SPURZEM (NAOC): Short Report from the GTC2011 Asia in Beijing last week, on the path to Exascale with GPU?

 

Wednesday, Dec. 21: Gravitational Wave and Relativity Day at Tsinghua University

FIT Building Room 1-315, Tsinghua University. Map how to reach this location.

Morning Session: 9:00 - 12:00

  • Junwei Cao (Tsinghua): Activities in Tsinghua
  • H.K. Lee (Hanyang): GRB Models
  • Xiaoge Wang (Tsinghua): SVM Analysis
  • C. Lee (PNU): Binary Evolution
  • Zhihui Du (Tsinghua): GPU Analysis
  • G. W. Kang (KISTI): Numerical Relativity in Korea

 

Afternoon Session: 14:00 – 17:00

  • Jianfeng Zhou (Tsinghua Center for Astrophysics): Build a GRID environment on THCA
  • C. Kim (WVU-USA): Parameter Estimation
  • K. M. Kim (Hanyang/NIMS): GRB Searches
  • Y. B. Kim (SNU): QUEST and ROTSE Image Analyses
  • Y. M. Kim (PNU/NIMS) Multi-variate Analysis
  • H. Cho (PNU/NIMS) Waveforms of Binary Mergers with Spin
  • R. Spurzem (NAOC): German-Chinese Gravitational Wave Cooperation