We meet every Monday at 1.30pm to discuss the new developments in the fields of research relevant for GRAPPA members and affiliates. The idea is to discuss briefly, with the help of a projector, the results of ~5 interesting papers recently appeared on the arXiv, or anywhere else. Please choose one posted e.g. this week in your field and tell us about it in 5-10 minutes. Feel free to join us even if you haven't read anything.

Friday, October 16, 2015

Monday, October 19

Title: Disrupted Globular Clusters can Explain the Galactic Center Gamma Ray Excess
Authors: Brandt & Kocsis
Link: http://arxiv.org/abs/1507.05616
Presenter: Christoph Weniger

Title: Search for extended gamma-ray emission from the Virgo galaxy cluster with Fermi-LAT
Authors: Fermi Collaboration
Presenter: Fabio Zandanel

Title: On the segregation of dark matter substructure
Authors: Frank C. van den Bosch, Fangzhou Jiang, Duncan Campbell, Peter Behroozi
Presenter: Mark Lovell

Title: MC^2: Mapping the DM distribution of the “Toothbrush” cluster
Authors: James Jee, William Dawson, Andra Stroe et al.
Link: http://arxiv.org/abs/1510.03486
Presenter: Richard Bartels

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