Synergies in the Exploration of the Extreme Universe

Through the series, participants learn from experts in different fields about the current experiences and past challenges that can be applied to present and future observatories. After a successful first edition in which more than 700 people joined in the nine webinars, the second edition began in November 2022 with new speakers and topics, and finalized in June 2023.

Webinars take place on the fourth Thursday of every month via Zoom. The time for each webinar alternates to make the live connection more accessible to scientists in different time zones. The entire series is open and free to all researchers with a one-time registration. If you have registered for the first or second edition, you do not need to do it again to receive the connection links and information of future webinars. Any future edition will be advertised through this page.

The webinars are broadcasted via Zoom. Information and access details for each month’s webinar are shared with all subscribers via email the day before of the webinar. Subscription is required only once, and it is valid for the entire series and its different editions. Additionally, the series programme for each month is available on this webpage and advertised on the CTAO’s social media (Facebook, TwitterInstagram and LinkedIn).

The series is curated by the “MWL Task Force,” in coordination with the CTAO’s Consortium and Central Organisation, and with the support of the Consortium Science Working Groups.

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The most recent edition of “Synergies in the Exploration of the Extreme Universe” was finalized in June 2023. If you missed a webinar from this or previous editions, you can re-watch them on our YouTube channel. If you wish to engage in the discussion session with the speakers following their presentations, don’t forget to subscribe and join us live.

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David Thompson, “AGN Multi-wavelength Research Strategies: the Fermi-LAT Experience”Giorgio Matt, “First Results from the IXPE Satellite”
Anna Franckowiak, “Multi-Messenger Data Networks: The potential and impact on the CTA science”Yannis Liodakis, “Few-Meter Class Telescopes for Polarimetry of Blazars and Transients”
Gautham Narayan, “Alert Brokers for Astrophysical Surveys: What is in it for CTA and how to engage”Marcella Brusa, “A Journey into the Energetic Universe with eROSITA all-sky X-ray Surveys”
Manami Sasaki,  “All-sky X-ray survey with eROSITA: Census of extended galactic sources”Zhen Cao, “PeVatron Searchers with LHAASO and Relevance of the Synergy with other Facilities”
Shri Kulkarni, “Precursor large optical surveys of the transient sky: The Zwicky Transient Facility”Elena Pian, “Optical Polarimetry with the VST: A New Window of Exploration at ESO and Possible Synergies with the CTAO”
Frédéric Daigne, “Gamma-ray Burst Observations with the Future SVOM Mission and Synergies with the CTAO”Mark Allen, “Enabling Interoperability of Data from Astrophysics Infrastructures”
Steve Longmore, “ACES – The ALMA Central Molecular Zone Exploration Survey”
Paolo Padovani, “Neutrinos from Blazar Jets: Open Issues and Multi-Messenger Synergies”
Rob Fender, “Present and Future of Large Radio Surveys of the Extreme Universe”
David Smith, “Pulsar Timing: Experience from Fermi-LAT”
Marica Branchesi, “Synergies between CTAO and Gravitational Waves Observatories”

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