Day/TimePresenterAffiliationTime (min)TypePaper Title
Day 1
11:18am to 12:48pmKazuo Makishima The University of Tokyo30InvitedObservations of Magnetic Deformation of Magnetars
Bari MaqboolInter. Univ. Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, India15OralModelling the Timing Properties of the Black Hole Binary CYG X-1
Vadakkumthani JitheshInter Univ. Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, India15OralLong-Term Spectral Variability and Searching the Pulsating Nature of Ultra-Luminous X-Ray source M81 X-6
Miroslav FilipovicWestern Sydney U30InvitedThe Future certain: Gamma-ray and X-ray Astrophysics in the Multi-messenger Era
2:00pm to 3:30pmGungwon KangKorea Inst. of Sci. and Technol. Information30InvitedSOGRO, Superconducting Omni-directional Gravitational Radiation Observatory for Mid-Frequencies
Saeed Ullah KhanZhengzhou Univ., China.15OralCircular Geodesics in Kerr-Newman-Kasuya Black Hole
Konstantin ZloshchastievDurban Univ. of Technology, South Africa15OralLogarithmic Superfluid Theory of Physical Vacuum as a Post-Relativistic Theory of Gravity: Resolving Singularity, Cosmological Constant and Mass Generation Problems
Keiko KokeyamaICRR, University of Tokyo30InvitedStatus of KAGRA
4:00pm to 5:30pmRaymond Robert VolkasUniversity of Melbourne20InvitedSome Thoughts on Physics beyond the Standard Model
Sang Pyo Kim Kunsan National University & ITP, CAS20InvitedVacuum Polarization on Black Hole Horizon: New Paradigm
Bo-Qiang MaPeking University20InvitedNew Physics from Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays —as a memory of Prof. W-Y. Pauchy Hwang
Pisin ChenNational Taiwan Univ.20InvitedFrom LabAstro to AnaBHEL — In Memory of Pauchy Hwang
Day 2
11:18am to 12:48pm Juan-Carlos AlgabaUniversity of Malaya30InvitedBlack Hole Shadow
Norhasliza YusofUniversity of Malaya15OralProgenitor Evolution of Pair-Instability Supernovae
Azni binti Abdul AzizInt. Islamic University Malaysia, Kuantan15OralAnalysis of Different Proximity Potentials applied to the 12C+12C Reaction
JitSrkarJadavpur University, India 15Oral Growth of Rayleigh Taylor Instability at the Accreting Magnetospheric Boundary of Neutron Stars
Lurwan GarbaYusuf Maitama Sule Univ., Nigeria15Oral Rate of Energy Loss due to Neutrino Cooling in Massive Stars
11:18am to 12:48pmHing-Tong ChoTamkang University15OralElectromagnetic Coupling Effects in Natural Inflation
Seiga SatoWaseda University, Japan15OralReheating after the Hybrid Higgs Inflation
Mohd ShahalamZhejiang University of Technology15OralPre-Inflationary Universe in Loop Quantum Cosmology
Jason KristianoThe University of Tokyo15OralColeman-De Luccia Tunneling Wave Function
Ayuki KamadaIBS-CTPU30InvitedLessons from the Trace of the Energy Momentum Tensor on Inflation Models
2:00pm to 3:30 pmNobuyuki KawaiTokyo Institute of Technology30InvitedX-ray and Optical/NIR radiation of Black Hole X-ray Binaries
Adlyka AnnuarUniversiti Kebangsaan Malaysia15OralChanging-look AGN at z < 0.02 in the Swift-BAT 105-month Catalogue
Yap Yee XuanNational Tsing Hua University15OralVariable Pulsar Wind Heating from a Compact Millisecond Pulsar Binary
Kunihito IokaYITP, Kyoto University30InvitedElectromagnetic Counterparts to Gravitational Waves
4:00pm to 5:30pmHenry T. WongAcademia Sinica, Taiwan30InvitedDirect Experimental Searches of Light Dark Matter
Tomohiro FujitaKyoto University15OralAxion Dark Matter search with Gravitation Wave Detectors
Koichi IchimuraICRR, University of Tokyo15Oral Latest Results from the XMASS experiment
Federico ScuttiUniversity of Melbourne30InvitedStatus of the SABRE Dark-Matter Experiment
Day 3
11:18am to 12:48pm Yen-Chin OngYangzhou University30InvitedSingularities, Cosmic Censorships, and Predictability in Gravity Theories: A Review
Sung-Won KimEwha Womans University15OralPhantom Energy Accretion onto the Wormhole under the perturbed FLRW universe
Xiao-Yan ChewUniversitãt Oldenburg15OralRotating Wormholes Supported by Complex Phantom Scalar Field with Mexican Hat Potential
Vatsala SrivastavaUniversiyty of Delhi15OralCharacterisation of Pulsar Emission and Timing Variabilities
Tapan Kumar SasmalJadavpur University, India15OralDiscovery of Three New Cluster of Galaxies by using Head-Tail Radio Sources as Tracer
2:00pm to 3:30pmKazunori KohriKEK, Japan30InvitedPrimordial Black Hole Cosmology in the Matter-Dominated Universe
Minxi HeThe University of Tokyo15OralFormation Threshold of Rotating Primordial Black Holes
John Soo Yue-HanUniversiti Sains Malaysia15OralCharacterising Improvements in Photometric Redshift Probability Density Functions
Zhiqi HuangSun Yat-Sen University30InvitedStatistics of Primordial Intermittent Non-Gaussianty
2:00pm to 3:30pmYu-Tin HuangNational Taiwan University30InvitedClassical space-time from quantum particles
Yusuke YamadaThe University of Tokyo30InvitedNonlinearly Realized Supergravity and its Applications
He SongInst. of Theor. Phys., CAS30Invited/CNYScattering Amplitudes from Geometrics
4:00pm to 5:30pmPyungwon KoKIAS, Korea30InvitedParticle physics models for interacting DM-DR: Relaxing tensions in H and σ measured at High and Low Redshifts
Yuan-Sen TingPrinceton Univ/ Carnegie Inst. for Sci.15OralMilky Way, Machine Learning, Big Data
Wan Mohd Aimran Wan Mohd KamilUniversiti Kebangsaan Malaysia15OralAn All-Sky Map of Night Sky Brightness at Pusat Permatapintara® NEGARA
Sayuri TakatoriSOKENDAI15OralDesign and Basic Performance of a Gain Calibration System for POLARBEAR-2A Cosmic Microwave Background Experiment
Takaho HamadaTohoku University15OralCommissioning status and prospect of POLARBEAR-2A, a new CMB polarization receiver system for the Simons Array
Day 4
11:18am to 12:48pmShinsuke TakasaoNational Astronomical Observatory of Japan30InvitedNumerical Investigation of the Accretion Process onto Protostars
Soumen Kumar BeraJadavpur University, India15OralLow Frequency Radio Emission from Extra-Solar Planets using TIFR GMRT Sky Survey
Takeru Ken SuzukiThe University of Tokyo15OralMagnetohydrodyamics (MHD) in a Cylindrical Shearing Box
Muhammad Daim Bin NorharizanUniversiti Sains Malaysia15OralAngular Separation Measurement of nu Geminorium Using Lunar Occultation Technique from Balai Cerap Al-khawarizmi, Melaka
Shu-ichiro InutsukaNagoya University, Japan15OralStar Formation in Filamentary Molecular Clouds: Origins of Mass and Angular Momentum Distribution of Cores
2:00pm to 3:30pmMasahiro MorikawaOchanomizu University15OralFormation of Supermassive Black Holes which nuture Stars and Galaxies
Juan Carlos Algaba MarcosUniversity of Malaya15OralThe Quest for Resolution to observe Active Galactic Nuclei with very Long Baseline Interferometry
Kazuyuki OmukaiTohoku University30InvitedOrigin of Supermassive Black Holes: Theoretical Perspective
Tomohisa KawashimaNational Astronomical Observatory of Japan30InvitedProbing Mass and Spin of Black Holes via General Relativistic Radiadive Transfer in Accretion Flows and Outflows
4:00pm to 5:30pmRyo TazakiTohoku University, Japan30InvitedDust Evolution in Protoplanetary Disks: Confronting theory with Observations
Thiem HoangKorea Astronomy and Space Science Institute30InvitedNew physics of Interstellar Dust and Surface Chemistry: Rotational Disruption and Rotational Desorption
Shih-Ping LaiNational Tsing Hua Univ.15OralResolving Linear Polarization due to Emission and Extinction of Aligned Dust Grains on NGC1333 IRAS4A with JVLA and ALMA
ChifuFederal University Dutse, Nigeria15OralGeneral Relativity Model for Oblate Spheroidal Plasma Stars
4:00pm to 5:30pmDong-han YeomPusan National University30InvitedQuantum Gravitational Wave Function inside a Black Hole
Xun XueEast China Normal Univ.15OralThe Effective Quintessence from String Landscape
Shah Parth MukeshbhaiBirla Inst. of Technol. & Sci, Pilani, India15OralStability of Cosmological Models in Modified Gravity
Yoshio KamiyaUniversity of Tokyo15OralExperimental Search for Non-Newtowian Forces in the Nanometer Scale with Slow Neutrons
Naila NoreenFormer Christian College15OralElectron Contribution in Mirror Mode Instability in Quasilinear Regime