18 August 2003  23 August 2003,
Rome  Pescara, Italy
This seminar is organized to accelerate information interchange between Korean and Italian astrophysicists on new and hot topics on the subject. Especially for this year we want to exchange recent developments on modern astrophysics. Furthermore, this seminar will improve the cultural understanding between two countries. Especially this seminar will remarkably improve the understanding the origin of gamma ray bursts(GRB) and the Xray astronomy with hot discussions between active young scientists of both countries. Furthermore, the exchange of new ideas about numerical methods for astrophysics will be basis for realistic large scale simulations.
Supporting Institutes
 International Center for Relativistic Astrophysics (ICRA)
 Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
 Korea Science and Engineering Foundation (KOSEF)
Monday, 18 August 2003, Sala Convegni
Morning Session, Chair Person : She Sheng Xue
9:00  9:40 Opening Address (Prof. Remo Ruffini, ICRA and
Prof. Hyun Kyu Lee, Hanyang University)
9:40  10:20 Opening Address (Prof. Remo Ruffini, ICRA and
Prof. Hyun Kyu Lee, Hanyang University)
10:20  10:40 Coffee Break
10:40  11:20 Prof. Hyung Won Lee (Inje University, ICRA)
Schwarzschild solution with numerical relativity
11:20  12:00  (Istituto Nazionale Ottica Applicata Firenze)
"Strong" chaos, nonequilibrium entropy & microcanonical thermodynamics of Self Gravitating Systems
12:00  15:00 Lunch
Afternoon Session, Chair Person : Jongmann Yang (Ewha University)
15:00  15:40 Dr. HeeIl Kim (Sejong University)
Extreme scattering events
15:40  16:20 Dr. Gianluca Cruciani (ICRA)
FermiIbanez metric and timelike geodesics
16:20  16:40 Coffee Break
16:40  17:20 Dr. Donato Bini (CNR)
Gravitoelectromagnetism: applications to the TaubNUT spacetime
17:20  18:00 Dr. Andrea Geralico (ICRA)
Electrostatics on a ReissnerNordstrom black hole background I
Tuesday, 19 August 2003, Sala Convegni
Morning Session, Chair Person : SungWon Kim (Ewha University)
9:00  9:40 Prof. Jongmann Yang (Ewha Womans University)
High Energy Experiment with AMS and CREAM I
9:40  10:20 Dr. She Sheng Xue (ICRA)
Theory of Dyaodosphere
10:20  10:40 Coffee Break
10:40  11:20 Dr. Andrea Geralico (ICRA)
Electrostatics on a ReissnerNordstrom black hole background II
11:20  12:00 Dr. Andrea Geralico (ICRA)
Electrostatics on a ReissnerNordstrom black hole background III
12:00  15:00 Lunch
Afternoon Session, Free Time
Wednesday, 20 August 2003, Sala Convegni
Morning Session, Chair Person : Donato Bini (CNR)
9:00  9:40 Dr. Carlo Bianco (ICRA)
The GRB 991216 in the EMBH model
9:40  10:20 Dr. Cristian Cherubini (ICRA)
Perturbations of KerrTaubNut spacetime
10:20  10:40 Coffee Break
10:40  11:20 Dr. Doo Jong Song (Korea Astronomy Observatory)
Distortion of Thermal SunyaevZeldovich Spectrum due to temperature structures of cluster of galaxies
11:20  12:00 Dr. Simone Mercuri (ICRA)
Revised quantum geometrodynamics via frame fixing
12:00  15:00 Lunch
Afternoon Session, Chair Person : Doo Jong Song (KAO)
15:00  15:40 Prof. Sangpyo Kim (Kunsan University)
Dynamical Theory of Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions and Topological Defect Formation in the Early Universe
15:40  16:20 Dr. Costantino Sigismondi (ICRA)
Astrometry and Relativity
16:20  16:40 Coffee Break
16:40  17:20 Prof. Vladmir Belinski (ICRA)
Boundary conditions in the Unruh problem
17:20  18:00
Thursday, 21 August 2003, Sala Convegni
Morning Session, Chair Person : Prof. Hyung Won Lee (ICRA)
9:00  9:40 Prof. Pascal Chardonnet (University of Savoie)
Ultra High Energy Cosmic Rays : a new frontier
9:40  10:20 Dr. Luca Vitagliano (ICRA)
On the General Relativistic Dynamical Formation of the Dyadosphere
10:20  10:40 Coffee Break
10:40  11:20 Dr. Massimiliano Lattanzi (ICRA)
Effect of neutrino asymmetry on the cosmic microwave background anisotropy spectrum
11:20  12:00 Prof. Jongmann Yang (Ewha Womans University)
High Energy Experiment with AMS at Ewha and Kyung Pook in Korea
12:00  12:30 Simple Lunch
Afternoon Visit to Museo del'Aquila
14:00  Departure to Museo del'Aquila
23:00  Arrival in Pescara
Friday, 22 August 2003, Sala Convegni
Morning Session, Chair Person : Prof. SoonTae Hong (Ewha University)
9:00  9:40 Prof. Sangpyo Kim (Kunsan University)
Remarks on Schwinger Pair Production by EMBH
9:40  10:20 Prof. Sungwon Kim (Ewha Womans University)
Gravitational waves from exotic source
10:20  11:00 Group Photo and Coffee Break
11:00  12:00 Press Conference
12:00  15:00 Lunch
Afternoon Session, Chair Person : Prof. Sang Pyo Kim (Kunsan University)
15:00  15:40 Dr. Fabrizio Clarelli (ICRA)
Stability region of Neutron Stars and MassRadius relation
15:40  16:20 Dr. Giovanni Imponente (ICRA)
Generic deSitter Solution with scalar field
16:20  16:40 Coffee Break
16:40  17:20 Prof. SoonTae Hong (Ewha Womans University)
Warped products and the black holes
17:20  18:00 Prof. Hyun Kyu Lee (Hanyang University)
Possible gravitational radiation at the center of GRB
Saturday, 23 August 2003, Sala Convegni
Morning Session, Chair Person : Prof. Hyung Won Lee (ICRA)
8:30  Departure for Rome
Surname 
Name 
Affiliation 
Title of talk 
Abstract 
Belinski 
Volodia 
ICRA and Dip. Di Fisica, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza" 
Boundary conditions in the Unruh problem 

Bianco 
Carlo 
ICRA and Dip. Di Fisica, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza" 
The GRB 991216 in the EMBH model 

Bini 
Donato 
ICRA and Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo "M. Picone", CNR 
Gravitoelectromagnetism: applications to the TaubNUT spacetime 
The role of the gravitomagnetic monopole moment of the TaubNUT solution is studied for spinning test particle moving along circular orbits. Comparison with the Schwarzschild case is also considered. 
Chardonnet 
Pascal 
ICRA and University of Savoie 
Ultra High Energy Cosmic Rays : a new frontier? 

Cherubini 
Cristian 
Universita di Salerno, Italy and ICG, University of Portsmouth, UK 
Perturbations and gravitomagnetism in the KerrTaubNUT spacetime 
The master equation describing massless fields of different spin in the KerrTaubNUT spacetime representing a source with a mass plus gravitomagnetic monopole and dipole moments is studied. This equation can be separated into its radial and angular parts. The behaviour of the radial functions at infinity and near the horizon is studied in order to examine the influence of the NUT parameter on the phenomenon of superradiance. Moreover it is discussed the coupling between the spin of the perturbing field and the gravitomagnetic monopole moment. 
 
 
Istituto Nazionale Ottica Applicata, Firenze 
"Strong" chaos, nonequilibrium entropy & microcanonical thermodynamics of Self Gravitating Systems 

Clarelli 
Fabrizio 
ICRA and Dip. Metodi e Modelli Matematici, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza" 
Stability region of Neutron Stars and MassRadius relation 
We present detailed analysis of the mass radius relations in the neutron stars which outline some interesting features about the morphology of such astrophysical object. In particular we numerically integrate the Tolman Oppenheimer Volkoff equations in correspondence to different choices for the core equation of state and using the standard Harrison Wheeler scheme for modelling the external envelope; in this procedure the central density of the star is to be regarded as a free parameter of the theory. The results of our integration show a crucial morphology in the {\em masscentral density diagram} which consists of the appearence of an existence domain; this achievement allows to characterize the astrophysical nature of an observed stellar object simply by its mass, i.e. when its values lies outside such domain we can exclude that the object under study is a neutron star. Furthermore we candidate (in alternative to the {\em strange star proposal}) neutron stars cores as the astrophysical objects responsible for the mass radius profiles observed by Beppo Sax. 
Cruciani 
Gianluca 
ICRA and Universita di Perugia 
Geodesics of the FerrariIbanez metric: a computer algebra approach 
It is shown how to build a simple computer algebra procedure to draw the geodesic paths of a particle moving in a single gravitational plane wave spacetime, with various initial velocities, and subsequently penetrating a GW collision zone. The software used is Mathematica 4. 
Geralico 
Andrea 
ICRA and Dip. Di Fisica, Universita di Lecce 
Electrostatics on a ReissnerNordstrom black hole background 
The interaction of a ReissnerNordstr\"om black hole and a charged test particle is studied together with the lines of force of their electric fields. The electric properties of the black hole horizon are discussed in detail and used to explain the expulsion of the lines of force from the outer horizon as the hole becomes extreme. The particle backreaction is also considered studying the effect of general static perturbations of the hole following the approach of Zerilli. 
Guida 
Roberto 
ICRA and Dip. Di Fisica, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza" 


Imponente 
Giampaolo 
ICRA and Universita di Napoli 
Generic deSitter Solution with scalar field 

Lattanzi 
Massimiliano 
ICRA and Dip. Di Fisica, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza" 
Effect of neutrino asymmetry on the cosmic microwave background anisotropy spectrum 

Mercuri 
Simone 
ICRA and Dip. Di Fisica, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza" 
Revised quantum geometrodynamics via frame fixing 

Ruffini 
Remo 
ICRA and Dip. Di Fisica, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza" 
Theory of Dyadosphere 

Sigismondi 
Costantino 
ICRA and Istituto Armellini, Universita di Roma "La Sapienza" 
Astrometry and Relativity 
Since James Bradley's discovery of light aberration (1727) to Gravity ProbeB experiment (launch November 2003) there has been a strict interplay between observational astrometry and measurements of relativistic effects. An overview on light aberration, Mercury's perihelion precession with solar disk ellipticity debate, lunar geodetic precession, LenseThirring and PughSchiff precessions in Gravity ProbeB experiment are presented, in order to understand the final choice of the reference star for Gravity ProbeB satellite. 
Vitagliano 
Luca 
ICRA and Universita di Roma "La Sapienza" 
On the General Relativistic Dynamical Formation of the Dyadosphere 

Xue 
She Seng 
ICRA 
Theory of Dyadosphere 

Surname 
Name 
Affiliation 
Title of talk 
Abstract 
Hong 
SoonTae 
Ewha Womans University 
Warped products and the ReissnerNordstromAdS black hole 
We studied a multiply warped product manifold associated with the ReissnerNordstromAdS metric to investigate the physical properties inside black hole event horizons. Our results include various limiting geometries of the RN, SchwarzschildAdS and Schwarzschild spacetimes, through the successive truncation procedure of parameters in the original curved space. 
Kim 
SungWon 
Ewha Womans University 
Gravitational perturbation and quasinormal mode for wormhole 
Recently the detections of the gravitational waves become one of the important issues. There are some candidates for the gravitational wave sources. As the unknown source that could not be identified by typical interpretations, we propose the waves from the perturbation of the exotic source which consists of exotic matter that violates the known energy conditions. From the results, the wave forms that characterize the sources and radiated energy from the source are found. 
Kim 
Sang Pyo 
Kunsan National University 
Dynamical Theory of Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions and Topological Defect Formation in the Early Universe 
We review the current issues of nonequilibrium phase transitions, in particular, in the early Universe. Phse transitions cannot maintain thermal equilibrium and become nonequilibrium when the thermal relaxation time scale is bigger than the dynamical time scale. Such nonequilibrium phase transitions would have happened in certain evolution stages of the early Universe because the rapid expansion quenched matter fields. We discuss the physical implications of nonequilibrium phase transitions in the early Universe. In particular, it is shown that higher order quantum corrections decrease the density of topological defects. 
Kim 
HeeIl 
ARCSEC, Sejong University 
Extreme scattering events 
It is generally believed that extreme scattering events are attributed to the refraction of quasar lights by a AUsized lens with free electrons but the nature of the lens is still a mystery. We investigate the extreme scattering events with various lens profiles and discuss possible relations with dark matter. 
Lee 
Hyun Kyu 
Hanyang University 
Gravitational wave from a black hole  torus system at the center of GRB 
We consider the possible gravitational wave radiation from a center of GRB, which consists of a rotating black hole and a torus. We propose gravitational waves generated by the precession of the torus. Using the typical values of black hole mass, mass and radius of torus, one can expect gravitational wave production with frequencies roughly in the range of $10^2 $ up to $10^3$ Hz. In the small wobble angle approximation, the amplitude is found to be not smaller than the recent estimation for a precessing neutron star. The effect of the back reaction of gravitational radiation as well as the magnetic alignment process is also discussed. 
Lee 
Hyung Won 
Inje University 
Schwarzschild solution with numerical relativity 
We studied the gauge conditions for initial value problems for numerical general relativity. 
Song 
Doo Jong 
Korea Astronomy Observatory 
Distortion of Thermal SunyaevZeldovich Spectrum due to temperature structures of cluster of galaxies 
Xray observations of some clusters of galaxies offer evidence that temperature maps have shown significance spatial temperature structures. We study the Boltzmann transport equation to calculate how the presence of intracluster medium temperature structures distort the thermal SunyaevZeldovich spectrum. 
Yang 
Jongmann 
Ewha Womans University 
High Energy Experiments with AMS and CREAM 
Status of the AMS experiment which is the first high energy experiment on International Space Station and aims to find the signatures of the dark matter as a form of SUSY particle such as photino will be discussed. Also, CREAM experiment which is the most recent ultra high energy cosmic ray experiments on ULDB in 2005 will be discussed. For the CREAM experiment we will describe the current status of the Si sensor charge dector which has been developed, manufactured, and tested in our laboratory. 
