Date:
  March 5 - 7, 2020
Venue:
  Research Institutes Building II 3F
  Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya University, in Nagoya, Japan
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Purpose of this workshop
This workshop is a kickoff of collaboration among the scientists who are studying high energy plasma physics with X-ray spectroscopic data. In this workshop, the participants will learn how to analyze existing solar X-ray spectroscopic data, namely, solar focusing X-ray imaging spectroscopic data obtained by FOXSI and NuSTAR, and solar X-ray spectroscopic data taken by MinXSS and Hinotori. This experience will create new ideas of science, new methods of data analysis, and new interdisciplinary collaborations.
Missions whose data will be analyzed in this workshop
  - the FOXSI sounding rockets: http://foxsi.umn.edu/
  - the MinXSS CubeSat: http://lasp.colorado.edu/home/minxss/
  - the NuSTAR satellite: https://www.nustar.caltech.edu/page/sun
  - the Hinotori satellite/SOX: http://www.isas.jaxa.jp/en/missions/spacecraft/past/hinotori.html

Schedule
Day 1 - March 5
    [ 9:30-13:00 : Room is opened for free discussion and preparation for data analysis (i.e., data copy, etc.). ]
[This work shop is officially started from 13:00]
  13:00-13:20 : Greetings and self-introduction
[Lecture session] (~ 20 min / presentation; There will be no strict timekeeping.)
  13:20-13:40 : FOXSI overview (including optics) [Buitrago-Casas]
  13:40-14:00 : FOXSI hard X-ray data analysis (including CdTe camera) [Vievering]
  14:00-14:20 : FOXSI-3 soft X-ray data analysis [Narukage]
  14:20-14:40 : Break
  14:40-15:00 : NuSTAR overview (solar observation) [Glesener]
  15:00-15:20 : NuSTAR data analysis (coordinate observation with FOXSI-3) [Duncan]
  15:20-15:40 : Hinotori/SOX overview and data analysis - part 1 [Watanabe]
  15:40-16:00 : Hinotori/SOX overview and data analysis - part 2 [Kawate]
  16:00-16:20 : Break
  16:20-16:40 : MinXSS ovserview [Caspi]
  16:40-17:00 : MinXSS data analysis [Nagasawa]
  17:00-17:30 : Grouping for data analysis
  19:00-(TBD) : Dinner

Day 2 - March 6
  9:00- 9:20 : XRISM/Resolve overview and stellar flares [Tsujimoto]
  9:20- 9:40 : Fitting with XSPEC [Yamaguchi]
  9:40-11:30 : Data analysis
  11:30-12:30 : Lunch
  12:30-17:30 : Data analysis
  TBD: Laboratory tour of X-ray astronomy group in Nagoya University
  19:00-(TBD) : Dinner

Day 3 - March 7
  9:00-11:00 : Presentation on preliminary results of data analysis
  11:00-12:00 : Discussion about future collaboration (toward publications of the results)

(Day 0 - March 4)
  (13:00- : preparation for workshop and FOXSI team meeting)

Participants  [in alphabetical order]
  Milo Buitrago-Casas (University of California Berkeley, US)
  Amir Caspi (SwRI, US)
  Jessie Duncan (University of Minnesota, US)
  Lindsay Glesener (University of Minnesota, US)
  Kouichi Hagino (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
  Tomoko Kawate (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
  Satoshi Masuda (Nagoya University, Japan)
  Ikuyuki Mitsuishi (Nagoya University, Japan)
  Sophie Musset (University of Glasgow, UK)
  Shunsaku Nagasawa (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
  Noriyuki Narukage (NAOJ, Japan)
  Mitsuo Oka (University of California Berkeley, US)
  Daniel Ryan (NASA/GSFC, US)
  Taro Sakao (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
  Masahiro Tsujimoto (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
  Juliana Vievering (University of Minnesota, US)
  Tetsuya Watanabe (NAOJ, Japan)
  Hiroya Yamaguchi (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
Organizers  [in alphabetical order]
  Tomoko Kawate (ISAS/JAXA, Japan)
  Satoshi Masuda (Nagoya University, Japan)
  Noriyuki Narukage (NAOJ, Japan)
Sponsors
  The joint research program of the Institute for Space-Earth Environmental Research, Nagoya University
  JSPS KAKENHI Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) JP18H03724

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