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The goal of this workshop is to provide participants with a fundamental understanding of transient events and multi-messenger astrophysics in a modern view. Transients are astronomical phenomena with durations of fractions of seconds to weeks, and years which can produce emissions in wide range of wavelengths including both electromagnetic and gravitational waves. Multi-messenger astrophysics, a long-anticipated extension of typical multi-wavelength astronomy, has developed as a novel field of research in the last decade, offering distinctive views into the physical Universe's characteristics and processes. We discuss the most recent and upcoming discoveries in time-domain astronomy and introduce large astronomical surveys and observational approaches and messengers. Participants will develop knowledge of transient phenomena and time-domain astronomy as well as multimessenger science. Postdocs, PhD, and MSc students are encouraged to participate in this workshop.The themes to be covered in the workshop are:

  1. Time-domain astronomy
    • Transient phenomena
    • Multi-wavelength view (GAIA, LSST)
    • Gravitational waves (GWs)
    • Transits and eclipses
    • Gravitational microlensing
    • Explosive stellar transients
    • Follow up observations of high energysources
  2. Multi-messenger and compact objects
    • Multi-messenger astronomy
    • Neutron stars, pulsars and magnetars
    • Transient X-ray and Gamma-ray observations
    • Optical studies of compact object binaries
    • Neutron star mergers and gravitational wave
    • Gamma-Ray Bursts (GRBs)
    • Fast Radio Bursts (FRBs)
    • Supernovae and Hypernova
  3. Tidal Disruption Events (TDE) and AGNs
    • Nuclear supernovae transients (SNe)
    • Massive black hole and TDE
    • Compact binaries merger
    • Cosmic rays and high-energy neutrinos
    • Active Galactic Nucleus (AGNs)

Scientific Committee:

  • Gholam Hossein Bordbar (Shiraz University)
  • Gerry Gilmore (Cambridge University)
  • Nader Haghighipour (University of Hawaii-Manoa)
  • Atefeh Javadi (IPM)
  • Marc Moniez (Laboratoire de l'Accelerateur Lineaire)
  • Sedighe Sajadian (IUT, chair)
  • Soroush Shakeri (IUT)
  • Moslem Zarei (IUT)

Organizing Committee:

  • Arash Danesh (IPM)
  • Hossein Fatheddin (IUT)
  • Sepideh Ghaziasgar (IPM)
  • Atefeh Javadi (IPM, chair)
  • Mohammad Mahdi Khosravinia (IUT)
  • Mahdieh Navabi (IPM)
  • Sima Taefi Aghdam (IPM)
  • Sedighe Sajadian (IUT)
  • Maryam Torki (IPM)
  • Saleh al-Hossein Zorrieh (IUT)

Fee:

The workshop will be held at Isfahan University of Technology as a fully online event due to the covid-19 pandemic. There will be NO Registration fees, thanks to the INO, School of Astronomy (IPM) and Isfahan University of Technology support. The language of the workshop will be Persian when the speakers are native Iranian and English otherwise.

Important dates:

Registration opens: 25 June 2022 (4 Tir 1401)

Registration closes: 24 July 2022 (2 Mordad 1401)

Workshop starts: 28-29 July 2022 (6-7 Mordad 1401)

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