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Program and Schedule

The scientific program is available here.

A public talk event for the community has been put on as part of the events surrounding the workshop.  This event has been featured on local media.

Presentations

Below are .pdf files of the slides used for presentations during the meeting.

Name Title
Jack Singal Welcome
Alan Kogut Introductory Talk - Challenges and Opportunities
Dale Fixsen ARCADE and other Measurements
Jayce Dowell The LWA1 Sky Survey
Jim Condon The Contribution of Galaxies to the Background at 3 GHz
David Ballantyne The Contribution of AGN to the Excess Cosmic Radio Background at 1.4 GHz
Tessa Vernstrom Diffuse Extragalactic Syncrotron Emission and the Radio Background
Tim Linden Dark Matter, Alvfen Acceleration, and the ARCADE-II Excess
Benjamin Harms Backgrounds Due to the Formation of Supermassive Black Holes in the Early Universe
Marco Ajello (presented by J Singal) Resolving the Extragalactic Gamma-ray Background
Evan Jones SPIDERz - A Support Vector Machine for Photometric Redshift Estimation
Jibran Haider Waveband Luminosity Correlations in Multiwavelength Flux-Limited Data
Nicolao Fornengo The Diffuse Galactic and Extragalactic Radio Emission
Elena Orlando Synchrotron Propagation in the Context of Cosmic Ray Propagation Models
Marco Regis The Diffuse Radio Emission and Dark Matter
Eric Murphy The Far-Infrared / Radio Correlation and Halos
Jack Singal Tests of Simple Galactic Origin Models
Alan Kogut PIXIE: The Primordial Inflation Explorer and Potential RSB Constraints
Raul Monsalve Synchrotron Radiation as a Foreground to the Global Redshifted 21-cm Measurement by EDGES
Phillip Mertsch Galactic Radio Loops
Gil Holder Too Perfect?  Where are the Fluctuations?
Lenon Xu Attempting to Measure the Power Spectrum of Radio Anisotropies by Quadratic Estimator
Panel Discussion (slides by Jim Condon) Possible Future Measurements and Models