Workshop on the relationship between

Neutron Stars and Supernova Remnants

June 1-4, 1998

Marciana Marina, Elba Island (Italy)

Proceedings - Electronic Version

June 1st: Surveys and Observations of individual objects

L.Woltjer Introduction.
D.J.Helfand A cradle census: evidence for young neutron stars in supernova remnants.
R.N.Manchester Radio searches for pulsars associated with supernova remnants.
N.D'Amico The Bologna submillisecond pulsar survey.
B.M.Gaensler A search for pulsar wind nebulae using pulsar gating.
S.Mereghetti Anomalous pulsars and other radio quiet neutron stars in supernova remnants.
E.Gotthelf A 16 ms X-ray pulsar in the Crab-like SNR N157B: fast times at 30 Doradus.
E.Gotthelf Radio-quiet X-ray pulsars in SNRs and the ``missing'' pulsar problem.
R.Petre X-ray variability of the central source on RCW 103.
J.Dickel The Crab-like SNR N157B.
J.Dickel The possible relation between the SNR RCW103 and the PSR AXS J161730-505505.
W.Becker X-ray emission characteristics of rotation-powered pulsars and their wind nebulae.
G.Kanbach High-energy gamma-ray emission of young pulsars
V.Mangano Searching for X-ray pulsars associated to SNRs in public ROSAT observations.
I.M.Harrus Studying composite Supernova Remnants: the example of MSH 11-62.
B.M.Gaensler Radio Observations of G320.4-1.2 and PSR B1509-58.

June 2nd: Individual sources and the Crab Nebula

J.J.Hester Wind interactions in the Crab Nebula.
A.Atoyan What could radio electrons tell us about the history of Crab Nebula?
R.Bandiera Spatial variations in the synchrotron spectrum of the Crab Nebula.
P.Caraveo On the Crab proper motion.
W.Kundt The Crab Nebula and its pulsar.
D.Bock New observations of the Vela X region.
C.B.Markwardt The X-ray bow shock nebula of the Vela pulsar.
W.Reich High frequency observations of plerions and combined-type SNRs.
P.Plucinsky ASCA observations of MSH 15-56.
P.Slane Revealing the dancer from the dance: X-ray studies of composite supernova remnants.
V.M.Kaspi Upper limits on radio emission from the young X-ray pulsars in the supernova remnants G11.2-0.3 and N157B.
V.M.Kaspi RXTE observations of PSR J1105-6107.
V.M.Kaspi Gamma-ray observations of the young PSRs B1046-58 and J1105-6107.
Y.Gallant Infrared observations of plerions with ISO.
R.Kothes A correlation between the rotational energy loss rate of pulsars and the radio surface brightness of their synchrotron nebulae.

June 3rd: Theory and more observations

R.Chevalier Pulsar nebulae in supernovae.
J.Arons On the coupling of rotation powered pulsars to plerionic nebulae.
A.Melatos The ratio of Poynting flux to kinetic-energy flux in the Crab pulsar wind.
E.Van der Swaluw Hydrodynamical simulations of pulsar wind nebulae in supernova remnants.
M.Salvati Evolution of plerions: are there two kinds?

June 4th: Magnetic fields, populations, more observations and future work

M.Baring Pulsars: radio loud and radio quiet.
D.Page Do supernovae make or kill pulsars?
L.Ball Transient radio emission from PSR B1259-63.
S.Safi-Harb RXTE observations of the eastern lobe of W50.
A.von Hoensbroech Polarization and the age of pulsars.
P.Caraveo Pre-supernova ring around PSR 0540-69.
V.Lipunov Supernovae explosion anisotropy and binary pulsars population.
L.Woltjer The rate of formation of neutron stars.

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