The 7th RESCEU International Symposium


RESCEU Symposium on
Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology


11(Tue) - 14(Fri) November 2008
Koshiba Hall, Faculty of Science,
The University of Tokyo, Hongo, Tokyo, Japan



Information for Poster Presenters

  • The size of poster boards is A0.
  • One minute short talks for poster presenters are planned on 12th Nov. Please prepare one-page paper (not OHP Sheet!) to explain your work. The order of the presentations are as listed below.
  • An A4 size multi-page presentation file (pdf format) is necessary for the proceedings.

List of Poster Presentations(PDF)

NUM Name Title of Presentation
C01Daisuke Yonetoku
(Kanazawa University)
Dark Energy in the early universe measured with Gamma-Ray Bursts
(abstract)
C02shiro hirai
(Osaka Electro-Communication University)
Time dependence of cosmological parameters in slow-roll inflation
(abstract)
C03Hideki Asada
(Hirosaki University)
Perturbation theory of N point-mass gravitational lens systems
(abstract)
C04Satoshi Miyazaki
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Hyper Suprime-Cam Project
(abstract)
C05Takayuki Tatekawa
(Department of Physics, Ochanomizu University)
Initial conditions based on Lagrangian perturbation theory for N-body simulations
(abstract)
C06Takashi Hiramatsu
(ICRR, University of Tokyo)
Non-linear evolution of matter power spectrum in a closure theory
(abstract)
C07Ryo Nagata
(RESCEU, The University of Tokyo)
Primordial fluctuation spectrum after WMAP5yr
(abstract)
C08Masahiro Nakashima
(RESCEU)
WMAP-5yr Constraint on the Varying Fine Structure Constant
(abstract)
C09Takahiro Nishimichi
(Department of Physics, the University of Tokyo)
Modeling Nonlinear Evolution of Baryon Acoustic Oscillations: Convergence Regime of N-body Simulations and Analytic Models
(abstract)
C10Takahiro Sato
(Hiroshima University)
Testing general relativity on the scales of cosmology using the redshift-space distortion
(abstract)
C11Toyokazu Sekiguchi
(ICRR, The University of Tokyo)
Probing the primordial helium abundance and the effective number of neutrino species with CMB
(abstract)
C12Hidenori Nomura
(Hiroshima University)
Damping of the baryon acoustic oscillations in the matter power spectrum as a probe of the growth factor
(abstract)
C13Cosimo Bambi
(IPMU, University of Tokyo)
A proposal to test the weight of vacuum energy
(abstract)
C14Graziano Rossi
(Korea Institute for Advanced Study (KIAS))
Peak Statistics in the WMAP Sky: Non-Gaussianity?
(abstract)
C15Kazuhide Ichikawa
(University College London)
Constraining Kuiper Belt Objects from WMAP
(abstract)
C16Shun Saito
(Department of Physics, The University of Tokyo)
Prospects of neutrino masses through nonlinear power spectrum
(abstract)
C17Kiyotomo Ichiki
(RESCEU)
Constraints on Neutrino Masses from Weak Lensing
(abstract)
C18Kazuhiko Kojima
(University of Tokyo)
A new method to constrain the neutrino mass from CMB polarization with PMF
(abstract)
C19Dai Yamazaki
(Division of Theoretical Astronomy, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Limiting the Neutrino Mass and the Primordial Magnetic Field from the Large Scale Structure
(abstract)
A20Tomoya Takiwaki
(RESCEU, The University of Tokyo)
General conditions for MHD explosions
(abstract)
A21Yudai Suwa
(Department of Physics, The University of Tokyo)
Gravitational wave emission from the central engine of gamma-ray bursts
(abstract)
A22Keiichi Maeda
(IPMU, U. Tokyo)
Observational Signatures of Supernova Explosion Asymmetry
(abstract)
A23Masaomi Tanaka
(University of Tokyo)
Optical Spectropolarimetry of Supernovae: Evidence for Aspherical Explosion
(abstract)
A24Hiroki Nagakura
(Waseda University)
Standing Accretion Shock Instability Around Black Hole
(abstract)
A25Takashi Yoshida
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Electron Fraction Dependence of Neutrino Spin-Flavor Conversion in Supernovae
(abstract)
A26Hidetaka Sonoda
(University of Tokyo)
Phase diagram of nuclear Pasta investigated by quantum molecular dynamics
(abstract)
A27Shio Kawagoe
(The University of Tokyo)
Neutrino oscillations in magneto-driven supernova explosions
(abstract)
A28Akira MIZUTA
(Center for Frontier Science, Chiba University)
Energy distribution of Relativistic GRB Jets from Collapsars
(abstract)
A29Ken'ichiro Nakazato
(Waseda University)
Oscillation and Future Detection of Failed Supernova Neutrinos from Black Hole Forming Collapse
(abstract)
A30Yasuomi Kamiya
(The University of Tokyo)
Intrinsic Dispersion of Type Ia Supernovae in the Color-color Diagram
(abstract)
A31Nozomu Tominaga
(National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Aspherical supernovae in the early universe
(abstract)
A32Natsuko Izutani
(The University of Tokyo)
Explosive Nucleosynthesis of Weak r-Process Elements in Extremely Metal-Poor Core-Collapse Supernovae
(abstract)
R33Kazunori Nakayama
(ICRR, University of Tokyo)
Direct/Indirect Detection Signatures of Dark Matter Annihilation
(abstract)
R34Fuminobu Takahashi
(IPMU, University of Tokyo)
Cosmic-ray positrons from a decaying dark matter
(abstract)
R35Yoshiyuki Inoue
(Kyoto University)
The Blazar Sequence and the Cosmic Gamma-Ray Background Radiation in the Fermi Era
(abstract)
R36Hajime Takami
(The University of Tokyo)
Cross-correlation between UHECR arrival distribution and large-scale structure
(abstract)
R37Shunsaku Horiuchi
(University of Tokyo)
Star formation rate and the diffuse supernova neutrino background
(abstract)
R38Jyutarou Suzuki
(Graduate University for Advanced Sutudies, National Astronomical Obserbatory Japan)
Removing Neutrino-Temperature Uncertainty from the Detection Rate of Supernova Relic Neutrinos
(abstract)
E39SHIMANO Masahiro
(Rikkyo University)
The scalar field potential of the super-inflation in Loop Quantum Cosmology
(abstract)
E40Chia-Min Lin
(National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan)
Modified D-term Inflation and Hilltop Inflation Models
(abstract)
E41Shuichiro Yokoyama
(Department of Physics, Nagoya University)
Primordial statistical anisotropy generated at the end of inflation
(abstract)
E42Shuntaro Mizuno
(RESCEU, The University of Tokyo)
Non-gaussianity from the bispectrum in general multiple field inflation
(abstract)
E43Takeshi Kobayashi
(The University of Tokyo)
Conformal Inflation, Modulated Reheating, and WMAP5
(abstract)
E44Manabu Yoshimatsu
(RESCEU, The University of Tokyo)
Generalized Stochastic Inflation
(abstract)
E45Kohei Kamada
(RESCEU, The University of Tokyo)
Dissipative effects and the MSSM inflation
(abstract)
E46Kunihito Uzawa
(Osaka City University)
Classification of dynamical intersecting brane solutions
(abstract)
E47Osamu Seto
(University of Minnesota)
A simple model of WIMP sneutrino dark matter
(abstract)
E48Nobuyuki Sakai
(Yamagata University)
Breathing bubbles and creation of universes
(abstract)
E49Azusa Minamizaki
(Ochanomizu University)
Baryogenesis by ratchet mechanism
(abstract)
E50Ryo Saito
(RESCEU)
Non-Gaussianity in Primordial Black Hole Formation
(abstract)
E51Motohiko Kusakabe
(The University of Tokyo, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
Effects of long-lived strongly interacting particles on Big-Bang nucleosynthesis
(abstract)
E52SEOKTAE KOH
(Institute of Theoretical Physics, Beijing)
Quantum Remnant of Scalar Fields: Dark Matter or Dark Energy?
(abstract)
E53Ishware Neupane
(University of Canterbury)
Quintessential Solutions to Cosmic Acceleration: The Inside Story
(abstract)
E54Tsutomu Kobayashi
(Waseda University)
Relativistic stars in f(R) gravity, and absence thereof
(abstract)
E55Takashi Torii
(Osaka Institute of Technology)
Black Holes in the Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet-Dilaton Theory in Various Dimensions
(abstract)
E56Takashi Tamaki
(Waseda University)
Revisiting chameleon gravity--thin-shells and no-shells with appropriate boundary conditions
(abstract)
E57Takashi Tamaki
(Department of Physics, Waseda University)
Gravitating Q-balls and their stabilities
(abstract)
E58Shunichiro Kinoshita
(Department of Physics, The University of Tokyo)
Thermodynamic and dynamical stability of Freund-Rubin compactification
(abstract)
E59Masashi OASA
(Waseda Univ.)
Post-Newtonian parameters and constraints on TeVeS theory
(abstract)
E60Ryo Wakebe
(Waseda University)
Analysis of Supersymmetric Branes System in Time-dependent Background
(abstract)
E61Yuuiti Sendouda
(YITP, Kyoto University)
Higher curvature theories of gravity in the ADM canonical formalism
(abstract)

61 poster-presentations have been submitted.