Confirmed Invited Speakers:

Name, Affiliation, Talk/Discussion Title
Vivienne Baldassare, Washington State University, Black Hole Demographics from Extragalactic Transient and Variable Phenomena
Patrick Brady, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Cosmology with gravitational waves
Sarah Burke-Spolaor, West Virginia University, The Era of Supermassive Black Hole Binaries
Masha Chernyakova, Dublin City University, The Transient and Variable VHE Galactic Sky
Ryan Foley, University of California, Santa Cruz, Supernovae!
Anna Ho, Cornell University, The Landscape of Relativistic Stellar Explosions
Shri Kulkarni, California Institute of Technology, Crystal Ball Gazing of Time Domain Astronomy
Tyson Littenberg, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Gravitational Wave Cosmology
Rebecca Phillipson, Villanova University, Novel Metrics for Time Series Analysis of Accreting Systems
Liliana Rivera Sandoval, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Accretion Disk Instabilities in Compact Binaries
Marcos Santander, University of Alabama, Multimessenger Studies with High-Energy Neutrinos
Jennifer Sokoloski, Columbia University, Gamma-ray Shocks – Opening a New Window on Novae

Contributed Speakers:

Name, Affiliation, Talk/Discussion Title
Igor Andreoni, University of Maryland & NASA/Goddard, Rubin and DSA-2000: A winning synergy to unveil populations of elusive transients
Borja Anguiano, Notre Dame Department of Physics & Astronomy, White Dwarfs Binaries across the H-R Diagram
Charlotte Angus, DARK, University of Copenhagen, A fast-rising tidal disruption event from an intermediate mass black hole
Akash Anumarlapudi, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Searching for radio counterparts to Tidal Disruption Events (TDEs) using multi-epoch ASKAP RACS data
Banafsheh Beheshtipour, Washington University in St. Louis, Investigating Dynamics of Active Galactic Nuclei Jets Using FERMI and TESS Observations
Eric Bellm, Rubin Observatory / University of Washington, Transient and Variable Science Opportunities with Early Alerts from the Rubin Observatory
Aru Beri, IISER Mohali, India, Multi-band look at the black hole X-ray transient Swift J1357.2-0933 and discovery of the Millihertz Variability in the X-ray light curves
Emily Biermann, University of Pittsburgh, The Millimeter Transient Sky
Andrew Blain, University of Leicester, GRBs and the ISM
Peter Blanchard, Northwestern/CIERA, Evidence for Magnetar Powering from Late-time Observations of Hydrogen-Poor Superluminous Supernovae
Markus Boettcher, North-West University, Correlation between emission-line luminosity and gamma-ray dominance in the blazar 3C279
Subhash Bose, Ohio State University, Hydrogen rich luminous supernovae: looking into the unexplored regime
Azalee Bostroem, University of Arizona, Gathering Early UV Observations of Type II Supernovae
Sean Brennan, Stockholm University, Using X-Shooter to reveal the explosion, progenitor, and host of a very nearby superluminous Type IIn supernova.
Neven Caplar, University of Washington, LINCC – developing software for large-scale analysis of time domain data
Chi-Ho Chan, Georgia Institute of Technology, Emission properties of supermassive black hole binaries heading for merger
Wenlei Chen, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Shock cooling of a red-supergiant supernova at redshift 3 in lensed images
Yuyang Chen, University of Toronto, A Transient UV Source at the Location of AT 2018cow Years Post-Explosion
Paul Chichura, University of Chicago, Asteroid Measurements at Millimeter Wavelengths with the South Pole Telescopy
Jeff Cooke, Swiniburne University, The fastest transients – The need to approach things differently
David Coulter, UC Santa Cruz, Finding the Next Kilonova
Barnali Das, University of Delaware, Characterizing auroral radio emission produced by large-scale magnetospheres
Kaustav Kashyap Das, California Institute of Technology, Probing pre-supernova mass loss in double-peaked Type Ibc supernovae
Kyle Davis, University of California, Santa Cruz, SN 2022ann: A type Icn supernova from a dwarf galaxy that reveals helium in its circumstellar environment
Kaylee de Soto, Pennsylvania State University, Department of Astronomy & Astrophysics, SuperVRAENN+: Compressing Supernovae Light Curves into Informative Latent Features for Classification
Dhvanil Desai, Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii, The Local Type Ia Supernovae Rate and Luminosity Function in ASAS-SN
Zoheyr Doctor, Northwestern University | CIERA, The Diversity of Gravitational-Wave Transients
Yuxin Dong, Northwestern University, Unveiling a Hyperactive FRB in a Dust-obscured Environment with Star Formation
Dillon Dong, NRAO, Shocks, jets, and emerging nebulae: ~year to decade-scale radio transients in d < 200 Mpc galaxies
Nicholas Earl, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Late-time X-ray Rebrightening vs. Early Double-peaked Balmer Emission: Investigating Disk Formation in the TDE AT2020nov
Avery Eddins, Texas Tech University, Radio counterparts of binary neutron star mergers from present to future
Tarraneh Eftekhari, Northwestern University, Probing the Mass-loss History and CSM Density of Type II Supernovae
Justin Finke, US Naval Research Laboratory, Possible evidence for Lorentz Invariance Violation in GRB 221009A
Decker French, University of Illinois, Past AGN Activity in TDE Host Galaxies
Danielle Frostig, MIT, WINTER: a new time-domain near-IR facility
Alexander Gagliano, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, First Impressions: Early-Time Classification of Supernovae
Andrea Gokus, Washington University in St. Louis, Studying multi-wavelength properties of gamma-ray flaring blazars at redshift > 3
Alexa Gordon, Northwestern University, A Census of Fast Radio Burst Host Galaxies and Implications for the Progenitor(s)
Ore Gottlieb, Northwestern University, Collapsars present: zoo of transients
Matthew Grayling, University of Cambridge, BayeSN: Scaling Bayesian Inference for Next Generation Surveys
Sam Guns, University of California Berkeley, A search for short-duration extragalactic millimeter-wave transients with SPT-3G
Muryel Guolo, Johns Hopkins University, Quasi-Periodic Eruptions from Galactic Nuclei
Annastasia Haynie, University of Southern California / Carnegie Observatories, Shock Breakout in Dense Circumstellar Material
Carlos Hervias-Caimapo, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Flux Limits from a Targeted Search for Extragalactic Transients with the Atacama Cosmology Telescope
Daichi Hiramatsu, Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian, Limits on Simultaneous and Delayed Optical Emission from Well-Localized Fast Radio Bursts
John Hood, University of Chicago, Simultaneous Millimeter-wave, Gamma-ray, and Optical Monitoring of the Blazar PKS 2326-502 During a Flaring State
Alyson Joens, UC Berkeley/SSL, The Compton Spectrometer and Imager
Bhavin Joshi, Johns Hopkins University, Type Ia supernova delay time distributions from mock galaxy surveys from the Illustris simulation
Viraj Karambelkar, Caltech, Luminous Red Novae – Probes of Common Envelope Evolution in Massive Binaries
Wolfgang Kerzendorf, Michigan State University, Reconstructing the physics of explosion using machine learning
Charlie Kilpatrick, Northwestern University, Multi-wavelength observations of fast radio bursts
Fulya Kiroglu, Northwestern University, Transient Signatures of Intermediate-Mass Black Hole Accretion from Tidal Disruption Events
Rob Knop, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Transient and Variable Classification Alerts for ELAsTiCC
Lindsey Kwok, Rutgers University, Near- and Mid-infrared Evolution of Type Ia Supernovae with JWST
Joseph Lazio, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Transient and Variable Signatures of Technology
Yaqiong Li, Cornell University, Pipeline for the systematic search of transients using ACT data
Tom Maccarone, Texas Tech University, Variability of stellar mass black hole jets
Alexander Messick, Washington State University, Searching for Variable Dwarf Galaxies with the Young Supernova Experiment
Adam Miller, Northwestern University/CIERA, The La Silla Southern Sky Survey
David Nataf, Johns Hopkins University, RR Lyrae Stars as Calibrators of the Local Distance Scale
Yuan Qi Ni, University of Toronto, Origin of Type Ia Supernovae: Infant-Phase Observations from the KMTNet Supernova Program
Anya Nugent, Northwestern University/CIERA, The Host Galaxies of Sub-Chandrasekhar Mass Explosions
John O’Brien, Michigan State University, Connecting Type Ia Populations with Deep-Learning Accelerated Abundance Tomography
Tekeba Olbemo, Washington University in St. Louis, Fermi-LAT and Swift-XRT observations of Nova Her 2021
Eli Pattie, Texas Tech University, Short timescale radio variability in black hole and neutron star X-ray binary jets
Jeniveve Pearson, University of Arizona, Observing the Youngest Supernovae in the Nearby Universe
Pablo Penil, Clemson University, PG 1553+113: the case for a super-massive black hole binary
Kedar Phadke, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Long duration transients with SPT-3G
Manuel Pichardo Marcano, American Museum of Natural History, SCOVaS: Survey for Compact Objects and Variables Stars
Guillaume Pronost, ILANCE (CNRS – University of Tokyo), Super-Kamiokande galactic supernova’s neutrino burst monitoring
Conor Ransome, Penn State University, The systematic modelling the diverse type IIn supernova lightcurves using MOSFiT.
Jillian Rastinejad, CIERA, Northwestern University, Unveiling the Diversity of NS Merger Counterparts With Observations of GRBs
Nabeel Rehemtulla, Northwestern University, Bright transient identification with machine learning for the Zwicky Transient Facility
Armin Rest, STScI, The Historic Light Curve of Eta Car’s Great Eruption from its Light Echoes
César Rojas-Bravo, University of California, Santa Cruz, Presenting the Swope Supernova Survey and its first Type Ia supernova data release
Sara Rosborough, Rochester Institute of Technology, Modeling the Reverberation Response of the Broad Line Region in Active Galactic Nuclei
André Santos, Brazilian Center for Research in Physics (CBPF), Transient Classifiers for Fink: glimpses from the ELAsTICC data challenge
Sumit Sarbadhicary, Ohio State University, The End of Impostor Syndrome: JWST observations of SN 1997bs
Nima Sedaghat, University of Washington, TransiNet for LSST: Two Implementations of Deep Transient Detection, towards Higher Completeness in the Unseen Domain
Vidushi Sharma, NASA GSFC/UMBC, General Coordinates Network (GCN): NASA’s Next Generation Alert System for Time-domain and Multimessenger Astronomy, presented by Eric Burns
Manisha Shrestha, University of Arizona, Piecing together the long gamma-ray burst’s progenitor puzzle
Matthew Siebert, Space Telescope Science Institute, An Asymmetric SN Ia with a Surviving Companion: Characterizing The Unique Nebular Emission in SN 2020hvf
Kirill Sokolovsky, University of Illinois, Exploring Small-Scale Brightness Variations in Nova Vulpeculae 2021 with TESS
Robert Stein, Caltech, tdescore: An accurate photometric classifier for TDEs
Rachel Street, Las Cumbres Observatory, Community coordination to maximize science return in the era of Multi-Messenger Astrophysics: an ecosystem of services
Chris Tandoi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Flaring Stars From 4 Years of the SPT-3G Transient Survey
Samaporn Tinyanont, National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand, The Keck Infrared Transient Survey: a public near-infrared spectroscopic survey
Yujie Wan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, A Search for Millimeter-wave Transient Sources in the Galactic Plane with SPT-3G
Hao Wang, Purdue University, Constrainting the long-living supramassive neutron stars by magnetar boosted kilonovae
Qinan Wang, Johns Hopkins University, Flight of the Bumblebee: the early excess of SN 2023bee in UV and TESS
Daniel Warshofsky, University of Minnesota, TURBO: Total-Coverage Ultra-fast Response to Binary-Mergers Observatory
Charlotte Wood, Iowa State University, Probing Type Ia Supernova Progenitors and Local Dust Environments Using Light Echoes
Karthik Yadavalli, Pennsylvania State University, Photometric and Spectroscopic Analysis of SN~2022oqm: Closing The Gap Between SNe-Iax and Ic-like Calcium-Rich Transients

Contributed Posters:

Name, Affiliation, Title
Tomas Ahumada, Caltech, The optical search of Fermi GRBs
Markus Boettcher, North-West University, Presented on behalf of the H.E.S.S. Collaboration, The disappearance of the primary blazar zone in PKS 1510-089
Andrew Engel, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Modeling Feature Spaces of Neural Networks for Robust Photometric Redshifts
Saarah Hall, Northwestern University, Photometric Data Reduction Pipeline for SEDMv2
Konstantin Malanchev, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, light-curve: A high-performance toolkit for time-series feature extraction
Bhagya Madimugar Subrayan, Purdue University, Scary Barbie: An Extremely Energetic, Long-Duration Tidal Disruption Event Candidate Without a Detected Host Galaxy at z = 0.995