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Proceedings of the 2005 Chandra Calibration Workshop

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Monday, October 31

Session I Chair: Vinay Kashyap
1 Improvements to the HRMA Effective Area Diab Jerius
2 A Study of the Chandra/ACIS PSF using Actual Data Deron Pease
3 Pileup and the ACIS/HRMA Point Spread Function Terry Gaetz
4 What Shape is the Telescope In? Jonathan McDowell
5 Chandra Telescope Optical Axis and Aimpoint Ping Zhao
Session II Chair: Paul Plucinsky
6 XMM-Newton EPIC calibration and health status 2005 Marcus Kirsch
7 The XMM-Newton RGS Effective Area Andy Pollock
8 An Improved HRC-I Degapping Correction Mike Juda
9 The Status of the Low Energy Transmission Grating Spectrometer Calibration Jeremy Drake
10 HRC-S/LETG: Degap and Wavelength Corrections Vinay Kashyap
11 Measuring the Accuracy of Chandra/HETGS Wavelength Scale with Capella Data Kazunori Ishibashi
Session III Chair: Aneta Siemiginowska
12 Spectral Response of the HRC-I Vinay Kashyap
13 Status of the ACIS Bakeout Paul Plucinsky
14 Evolution of ACIS Performance Catherine Grant
15 What's new in ACIS calibration Dick Edgar
Session IV Chair: Larry David
16 Improved model of BI CCD response at low energies Gregory Prigozhin
17 ACIS Energy Response Performance with the External Calibration Source Norbert Schulz
18 Cross Calibration of the Chandra/ACIS and XMM/EPIC low energy response using 1E0102-723 Joe Depasquale
19 Recent Improvements to the HETGS Effective Area Calibration Herman Marshall

Tuesday, November 1

20 Overview of Chandra Calibration Larry David
Chandra Calibration Executive Session [closed]
Special Session: Incorporating Calibration Uncertainties into Data Analysis
Chair: Christine Jones
21 Allocating, Finding, and Correcting Systematic Errors in Instrumental Effective Areas Herman Marshall
22 Chandra PSF and High-Angular Resolution Imaging Margarita Karovska
23 Causes and Effects of Temporal Variations in the Soft X-Ray Background Brad Wargelin
24 SWCX - A Background You Don't Want To, But Ought To Know About Steve Snowden
25 Including Calibration Uncertainties in X-ray Model Parameter Estimation Analyses Jeremy Drake
26 Dimensionality Reduction of Functional Data Rima Izem
27 Pixel Randomization Herman Marshall
Panel Discussion
Moderator: Brad Wargelin
28 The Advantages of User Collaboration with the Calibration Team Randall Smith
29 Incorporating Atomic Data Uncertainties into Data Analysis Nancy Brickhouse
30 Propagation of ACIS background uncertainties Maxim Markevitch
31 Missing lines, calibration errors, or what? Jürgen Schmitt
32 Calibration Uncertainties Status Andy Pollock
33 Rapporteurial Summary Alanna Connors


9.2 Eli Beckerman & Diab Jerius
34 Error Analysis of HRC-I ECF Regions Applied to ACIS Data
9.4 Gordon Garmire
35 A software tool for analyzing ACIS claibration data
9.5 Michael Juda
36 An Improved HRC-I Degapping Correction
9.7 Jennifer Posson-Brown & Vinay Kashyap
37 Monitoring the Optical/UV Transmission of the HRC with Betelgeuse
9.10 Charles Wilton, Jennifer Posson-Brown, Michael Juda, & Vinay Kashyap
38 The HRC-I Gain Map

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