Gamma Ray Science Interest Group
The goal of the Gamma Ray Science Interest Group (GammaSIG) is to provide quantitative metrics and assessments to NASA in regard to current and future needs of hard X-ray and gamma-ray astrophysics community. Specifically, the activities of the GammaSIG include:
- Act as a focal point and forum for the hard X-ray and gamma ray communities.
- Organize bi-weekly telecons to discuss recent science results, and current and future missions.
- Maintain a list of technology needs for future hard X-ray and gamma-ray missions.
- Produce suggestions to help support the specific needs of this unique community: organizational, scientific, funding.
The GammaSIG is open to all members of the community. If you are interested in contributing to the work of the GammaSIG, please subscribe using the link below. You can contact the GammaSIG members Henric Krawczynski (firstname.lastname@example.org), John Tomsick (email@example.com) or Sylvain Guiriec (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Upcoming Meetings
- 231st AAS Meeting — 8–12 January 2018, Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center, National Harbor, MD. Details tbd.
- Past Meetings
- HEAD Fifteenth Divisional Meeting, Naples, Florida, April 3–7, 2016, Special Session on X-ray and Gamma-ray Polarimetry
(https://head.aas.org/head16/special_sessions#polarimetry) and GammaSIG session.
- At 227th AAS Meeting, January 4–8, 2016, Kissimmee, FL [Agenda]
- Sixth International Fermi Symposium, November 9–13, 2015,
Arlington, VA [Agenda]
- GammaSIG session at the special HEAD High Energy Decadal Meeting, Chicago, IL, June 29, 2015 which focused on the development of the science case for the gamma-ray roadmap.
- GammaSIG meeting at APS Meeting, Baltimore, MD, April 13, 2015
Session U14 Mini-symposium on Future MeV Gamma-Ray Science and Missions
Workshop on Future Space-based Gamma-ray Observatories
Goddard Space Flight Center, February 5-6, 2015.
GammaSIG Meeting, at AAS on Sunday, January 4, 2015 [Agenda]
- Scientific Optimization for Proposed MeV Gamma-Ray Instruments, Lessons Learned From the Fermi-LAT: Eric Charles [PDF]
- Advanced Energetic Pair Telescope for Medium-Energy Gamma-Ray Polarimetry: Stanley Hunter [PDF]
- The Future of High Energy Polarimetry: Mark McConnell [PDF]
- Science from the MeV Gamma Ray Sky: Reshmi Mukherjee [PDF]
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