Electronic proceedings of the Polish-German WE Heraeus Seminar
"The Variable Multi-Messenger Sky"

Kraków, November 7-11, 2022

Opening session
M. JordaThe WE-Heraeus Foundation
W. HofmannThe variable multi-messenger sky: Opportunities, challenges, tools
I. Transient MWL Sky
Low-frequency (radio & optical) domain
E. RosMapping magnetic fields around supermassive Black Holes
S. GillessenGeneral relativistic effects around the galactic center black hole
D. ChampionTransients in the dynamic radio sky
S. KozłowskiThe optical variability of AGN
L. WyrzykowskiStudying the population of galactic black holes with microlensing
A. SzaryFRBs - a short review
D. MeyerCore collapse supernova remnants
A. BartkiewiczAn overview about masers in high-mass star-forming regions, a need for high quality counterpart data
I. Transient MWL Sky
X-ray and gamma-ray domain
S. CasanovaHAWC and LHAASO results, including the variable sources
A. TimokhinRecent advances in understanding pulsar emission mechanisms
A. ZdziarskiJets in black-hole binaries
A. WierzcholskaIs PKS 2155-304 the most exceptional VHE blazar?
G. BhattaGamma-ray emission from blazars
R. PrinceSignificant detection of quasi-periodic oscillation in gamma-ray blazar
M. SniegowskaTheories of changing look phenomena
M. MeyerProbing the intergalactic magnetic field through gamma-ray observations with the Fermi LAT and H.E.S.S.
A. MarkowitzContinuum variability in AGN
M. AckermannTransients with Fermi-LATi
A. BarnackaGravitational lenses as high-resolution telescopes
M. GromadzkiNew types of transients in the era of all-sky surveys
S. A. MuellerResolving the variable sky of gamma-rays at one Giga electron Volt in more detail by advancing the atmospheric Cherenkov-method
D. KrólGravitational microlensing events in the optical lightcurve of active galaxy S5 0716+714
I. Transient MWL Sky
Very high energy gamma-rays
G. SiglProbing possible Lorentz invariance violations with high energy cosmic particles
J. HintonTransients with HESS
C. PfrommerElectron and proton acceleration at supernova remnant shocks
K. NalewajkoMagnetic reconnection in application to relativistic jets of active galaxies
M. ZachariasCTA 102 -- year over year receiving you
A.P. NoelX-ray intraday variability of Markarian 421
E. KosmaczewskiA multiwavelength view of the dark globule, DC 314.8-5.1
II. Multi-Messenger Astronomy
M. BejgerBlack holes and neutron stars studied in gravitational waves
M. PohlHigh energy neutrinos
P. HomolaUltra-high energy photons: Chapter (not yet) closed?
B. RevillePArticle acceleration at ultra-relativistic shocks
S. ReuschOptical follow-up of icecube neutrinos with the AMPEL platform
S. PustelnyGlobal network of optical magnetometers as new channel for multimessanger astronomy
J. NiemiecElectron injection at shocks in merging galaxy clusters
T. ThomasCosmic ray hydrodynamics: Theory, galactic winds, and non-thermal filaments
M. TarnopolskiStatistical methods for variability studies
L. StawarzConstraining models for particle acceleration by the variability analysis of relativistic jets