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X-rays in the Multi-wavelength, Multi-Messenger Era Science Working Group

The recent Lynx Synergy Workshop 21-22 March 2017

The X-rays in the Multi-wavelength, Multi-Messenger Era SWG is pleased to invite applications from the community for active participation and membership. The SWG will be responsible for identifying outstanding science questions with synergies with other space- and ground-based observatories such as WFIRST and LSST as well as gravitational wave detectors, developing a compelling science case, and aiding the STDT with producing a mission concept that best addresses these questions. Please register here by identifying in one or two paragraphs the topics you would like to contribute to, your expertise in these areas, and what tasks you are willing to undertake in support of the study.

Science Working Group Co-Chairs::
 Robert PetreNASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
 Randall SmithSmithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
Science Working Group Members:
 Vallia AntoniouSmithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
 Esra BulbulMIT
 Becky CanningKIPAC/Stanford University
 Chien-Ting ChenThe Pennsylvania State University
 Valerie ConnaughtonUSRA
 Ashkbiz DanehkarHarvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
 Yuichiro EzoeTokyo Metropolitan University
 Abe FalconePenn State University
 Federico FraschettiUniversity of Arizona
 Suvi GezariUniversity of Maryland
 Richard GriffithsU. Hawaii at Hilo
 Hans GuentherMIT
 David KiedaUniversity of Utah
 Albert KongNational Tsing Hua University
 Michael KossEureka Scientific
 Peter MaksymHarvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
 Adam MantzStanford University
 Herman MarshallMIT Kavli Institute
 Michael McColloughCXC/SAO/CfA
 Patrick MotlIndiana University Kokomo
 Frits PaerelsColumbia University
 Alberto SadunUniversity of Colorado Denver
 Marcos SantanderBarnard College, Columbia University
 Gregory SivakoffUniversity of Alberta
 Francesco TombesiUniversity of Maryland, College Park
 Eleonora TrojaUMD, NASA/GSFC
 Sara TurrizianiRIKEN, Japan
 Tonia VentersNASA Goddard Space Flight Center