# 7th International Fermi Symposium

IFS2017
15-20 October 2017
Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
published November 11, 2020

The two Fermi instruments have been surveying the high-energy sky since August 2008. The Large Area Telescope (LAT) has discovered more than three thousand gamma-ray sources and many new source classes, bringing the importance of gamma-ray astrophysics to an ever-broadening community. The LAT catalog includes supernova remnants, pulsar wind nebulae, pulsars, binary systems, novae, several classes of active galaxies, starburst galaxies, normal galaxies, and a large number of unidentified sources. Continuous monitoring of the high-energy gamma-ray sky has uncovered numerous outbursts from a wide range of transients. Fermi LAT's study of diffuse gamma-ray emission in our Galaxy revealed giant bubbles, as well as an excess of gamma-rays from the Galactic center region, both observations have become exciting puzzles for the astrophysics community.  The direct measurement of a harder-than-expected cosmic-ray electron spectrum may imply the presence of nearby cosmic-ray accelerators. LAT data have provided stringent constraints on new phenomena such as supersymmetric dark-matter annihilations as well as tests of fundamental physics. The full reprocessing of the entire mission dataset with Pass 8 includes improved event reconstruction, a wider energy range, better energy measurements, and significantly increased effective area, all them boosting the discovery potential and the ability to do precision observations with LAT. The Gamma-ray Burst Monitor (GBM) continues to be a prolific detector of gamma-ray transients: magnetars, solar flares, terrestrial gamma-ray flashes and gamma-ray bursts at keV to MeV energies, complementing the higher energy LAT observations of those sources in addition to providing valuable science return in their own right.
All gamma-ray data are made immediately available at the Fermi Science Support Center (http://fermi.gsfc.nasa.gov/ssc). These publicly available data and Fermi analysis tools have enabled a large number of important studies. We especially encourage guest investigators worldwide to participate in this symposium to share results and to learn about upcoming opportunities.
This meeting will focus on the new scientific investigations and results enabled by Fermi, the mission and instrument characteristics, future opportunities, coordinated observations and analysis techniques. In particular, we also encourage discussion of future prospects/science with Fermi in preparation for the upcoming NASA senior review.

Details on the 7th International Fermi Symposium can be found here: https://events.mpe.mpg.de/Fermi2017

### Editorial Board

• Bruce Allen
(AEI Hannover)
• John Beacom
Ohio State University
• Patrizia Caraveo
INAF-IASF Milano, Italy
• Elisabetta Cavazutti
(ASDC Rome)
(Stockholm Univ.)
• Nathalie Degenaar
(Cambridge)
• Seth W. Digel
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
• Jochen Greiner
Max-Planck-Institut fur extraterrestrische Physik, Postfach 1312, 85741 Garching, Germany
• Isabelle Grenier
University of Paris
• Jamie Holder
University of Delaware
• Michael Kramer
• Shri Kulkarni
(Caltech)
• Sang Cheng Kwong
(HKU Hongkong)
• Luca Latronico
INFN Torino, Italy
• Marianne Lemoine-Goumard
Université Bordeaux, CNRS/IN2P3, Centre d'Études Nucléaires de Bordeaux Gradignan, 33175 Gradignan, France
(UCSC)
• Julie McEnery
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
• Peter Michelson
Stanford University
• Vahe Petrosian
• Nanda Rea
(CSIC-IEEC Barcelona)
• Olaf Reimer
Institut für Astro- und Teilchenphysik, Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck, A-6020 Innsbruck, Austria
• Eduardo Ros
MPIfR
• Nir Shaviv
(Jerusalem)
(ISAS)
• Stefan Wagner
Landessternwarte, Universität Heidelberg, Königstuhl, D 69117 Heidelberg, Germany
• Colleen Wilson-Hodge
NASA/MSFC
Sessions
Session Opening
Session Pulsars
Session Active Galactic Nuclei
Session Central Galaxy
Session Gravitational Wave Source GW 170817
Session Gamma-Ray Bursts
Session Other Transients
Session Stellar Sources (galactic and extragalactic)
Session GeV-TeV Connection
Session Analysis Techniques
Session Galactic Diffuse Emission and cosmic-ray propagation
Session Extragalactic Diffuse Emission and Extragalactic Background Light
Session Dark Matter
Session The Sun and the Neutrino-Gamma Connection
Session Future Gamma-ray Missions
 Session Opening Status of Fermi PoS(IFS2017)001 E.A. Hays Session Pulsars Pulsars: implications from Fermi LAT observations and future prospects PoS(IFS2017)002 L. Guillemot,  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration and  on behalf of the Pulsar Search and Timing Consortia Order parameters for the high-energy spectra of pulsars PoS(IFS2017)003 D. Torres The first detection of a pulsar with the Atacama Large Millimetre Array PoS(IFS2017)004 B. Rudak Understanding the Pulsar High Energy Emission: Macroscopic and Kinetic Models vs. Fermi Data PoS(IFS2017)005 C. Kalapotharakos MeV Pulsars: Modeling Spectra and Polarization PoS(IFS2017)006 A.K. Harding and C. Kalapotharakos The Search for Millisecond Pulsars – Implications from Fermi Observations and Future Prospects PoS(IFS2017)007 C. Clark and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration On the highest energy emission from millisecond pulsars PoS(IFS2017)008 P. Saz Parkinson, A. Belfiore, D. Fidalgo, C. Clark, M. Kerr, L. Nieder and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration Hunting for the missing spiders PoS(IFS2017)009 A.K.H. Kong Inductive spikes and gamma-ray flares from the Crab Nebula PoS(IFS2017)010 J. Kirk and G. Giacinti Constraining the Origin of Local Positrons with HAWC TeV Gamma-Ray Observations of Two Nearby Pulsar Wind Nebulae PoS(IFS2017)011 R. Lopez-Coto, S. Casanova, B. Dingus, F. Salesa-Greus, H. Zhou and  on behalf of the HAWC Collaboration Observing and modeling the gamma-ray emission from pulsar/pulsar wind nebula complex PSR J0205+6449/3C 58 PoS(IFS2017)012 J. Li An Einstein@home blind search for gamma-ray pulsars PoS(IFS2017)013 J. Wu Blind Search Methods for Binary Gamma-ray Pulsars PoS(IFS2017)014 L. Nieder, C. Clark and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration Multiwavelength modeling of the Vela pulsar pulses - from Optical light to VHE gamma-rays PoS(IFS2017)015 B. Rudak and J. Dyks Differences between radio-loud and radio-quiet gamma-ray pulsars as revealed by Fermi PoS(IFS2017)016 C.Y. Hui, J. Lee, J. Takata, C.W. Ng and K.S. Cheng Session Active Galactic Nuclei The Gamma-Ray Lobes of Centaurus A PoS(IFS2017)017 J. Magill VLBI and gamma-ray studies of TANAMI radio galaxies PoS(IFS2017)018 R. Angioni The dependence of optical polarisation of blazars on the synchrotron peak frequency PoS(IFS2017)019 E. Angelakis,  on behalf of the RoboPol Collaboration, D.A. Blinov, M. Böttcher, T. Hovatta, S. Kiehlmann, I. Myserlis, V. Pavlidou and A. Zensus High-resolution polarization imaging of the Fermi blazar 3C 279 PoS(IFS2017)020 B. Rani,  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration, S. Jorstad and A.P. Marscher SALT Spectropolarimetry and Self-Consistent SED and Polarization Modeling of Blazars PoS(IFS2017)021 M. Böttcher, H. Schutte, B. van Soelen, R.J. Britto,  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration, J.P. Marais and D.A.H. Buckley Gamma-rays in the radio galaxy 3C 84: A complex situation PoS(IFS2017)022 B. Rani, J.A. Hodgson and J. Oh Gamma-ray emission from the black hole's vicinity in AGN PoS(IFS2017)023 F.M. Rieger and G. Katsoulakos Extended Jets of AGN: Proton Synchrotron Emission PoS(IFS2017)024 N. Gupta and P.P. Basumallick The Third Catalog of Hard Fermi-LAT Sources (3FHL) PoS(IFS2017)025 D. Thompson Preliminary results from the fourth catalog of AGN Detected by the Fermi-LAT PoS(IFS2017)026 D. Gasparrini MAGIC observations of extreme blazars: Toward clarifying the blazar sequence PoS(IFS2017)027 V. Fallah Ramazani Gamma-ray Blazars at the Dawn of the Universe PoS(IFS2017)028 V.S. Paliya On the radio and GeV-TeV gamma-ray emission connection in Fermi blazars. PoS(IFS2017)029 R. Lico, M. Giroletti, M. Orienti, L. Costamante, V. Pavlidou, F. D'Ammando and F. Tavecchio MCMC estimation of SED model parameters using multi- wavelength data of the blazar Mrk 421 PoS(IFS2017)030 Y. Yamada, M. Uemura, Y. Fukazawa, Y. Tanaka and R. Itoh The remarkable gamma-ray flaring activity of CTA 102 as seen by the Fermi-LAT PoS(IFS2017)031 S. Buson Detection of intra-day variability in FSRQ CTA 102 during high state PoS(IFS2017)032 A. Shukla Unravelling the complex behaviour of our closest very-high-energy gamma-ray blazars, Mrk421 and Mrk501 PoS(IFS2017)033 D. Paneque The FSRQ PKS 1510-089: The Gamma-ray–Synchrotron Connection PoS(IFS2017)034 F. Jankowsky, S. Wagner, O. Kurtanidze and M. Zacharias Orphan $\gamma$-ray Flares and Stationary Sheaths of Blazar Jets PoS(IFS2017)035 N.R. MacDonald Long-Term Study of the Light Curve of PKS 1510-089 in GeV energies PoS(IFS2017)036 R. Prince, P. Majumdar and N. Gupta Blazar Radio and Optical Survey (BROS): A New Catalog of Blazar Candidates PoS(IFS2017)037 Y. Tanaka THE ORIGINS OF THE GAMMA-RAY FLUX VARIATION OF NGC1275 ANALYZED WITH 8-YEAR FERMI-LAT OBSERVATION PoS(IFS2017)038 K. Tanada On the Underlying Particles in the Jet of 3C 279 PoS(IFS2017)039 E. Bottacini, M. Böttcher, E. Pian, W. Collmar and D. Gasparrini Blazar Variability from Plasmoids in Relativistic Reconnection PoS(IFS2017)040 I. Christie, M. Petropoulou, L. Sironi and D. Giannios Time-domain behavior of blazar OJ 287 and the binary supermassive black hole conjecture PoS(IFS2017)041 S. Ciprini, M.J. Valtonen, S. Zola, A. Goyal and P. Pihajoki Disk-Jet Connection in Active Supermassive Black Holes in the Standard Accretion Disk Regime PoS(IFS2017)042 Y. Inoue Multi-wavelength observations of flaring blazars with ATOM and Fermi-LAT PoS(IFS2017)043 F. Jankowsky, S. Wagner, M. Böttcher, M. Zacharias, O. Kurtanidze, J.P. Lenain and A. Wierzcholska Optical Study of Bright FERMI/LAT Blazars PoS(IFS2017)044 O. Kurtanidze Modeling Multiwavelength Blazar Spectra using a Particle Transport Equation PoS(IFS2017)045 T. Lewis, J. Finke and P.A. Becker Optical polarization as a method for the association of unidentified gamma-ray blazars PoS(IFS2017)046 I. Liodakis Secondary particle yields from photomeson production in BLR radiation fields of blazars PoS(IFS2017)047 A. Reimer and A. Brown The Fermi LAT Very Important Project (VIP) List for Active Galactic Nuclei PoS(IFS2017)048 D. Thompson Looking for the first time into the heart of the blazar TXS 2013+370 PoS(IFS2017)049 T. Traianou, T. Krichbaum, B. Boccardi, E. Angelakis, R. Angioni, U. Bach, A. Zensus, S. Larsson, S. Kiehlmann and M.A. Gurwell X-ray and GeV gamma-ray variability of the radio galaxy NGC 1275 PoS(IFS2017)050 Y. Fukazawa The X/$\gamma$-ray correlation in NGC 4945 and the nature of its $\gamma$-ray source PoS(IFS2017)051 R. Wojaczynski and A. Niedzwiecki Session Central Galaxy Diffuse gamma-ray emission modeling and the Galactic center GeV excess PoS(IFS2017)052 D. Malyshev and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration Modeling the Galactic Center Gamma-Ray Excess PoS(IFS2017)053 T. Linden Is the Galactic Centre Excess due to the X-shaped stellar over-density in the Galactic bulge? PoS(IFS2017)054 C. Gordon Monitoring the Galactic Center with MAGIC for more than 5 years PoS(IFS2017)055 C. Fruck Session Gravitational Wave Source GW 170817 Gravitational Wave Astronomy with Advanced LIGO/Virgo PoS(IFS2017)056 A. Nitz GBM results in the GW Era PoS(IFS2017)057 E. Burns INTEGRAL follow-up of the gravitational wave events PoS(IFS2017)058 V. Savchenko, C. Ferrigno, E. Kuulkers, A. Bazzano, E. Bozzo, S. Brandt, J. Chenevez, R. Diehl, A. Domingo, L. Hanlon, E. Jourdain, P. Laurent, F. Lebrun, A. Lutovinov, A. Martin-Carillo, S. Mereghetti, L. Natalucci, J. Rodi, R. Sunyaev and P. Ubertini Follow-up of Gravitational Wave Events with the Fermi-LAT. Current Status and Prospects for the Future PoS(IFS2017)059 N. Omodei,  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration, G. Vianello, D. Kocevski, S. Buson and N. Di Lalla Off-axis short GRBs from structured jets as counterparts to GW events PoS(IFS2017)060 A. Kathirgamaraju, R. Barniol Duran and D. Giannios Analysing the light curve and spectra of the first detected kilonova PoS(IFS2017)061 A. Jerkstrand Session Gamma-Ray Bursts Emission from accelerating jets in gamma-ray bursts: Radiation dominated flows with increasing mass outflow rates PoS(IFS2017)062 F. Ryde GRB Locations and Spectra with the BALROG PoS(IFS2017)063 J.M. Burgess and J. Greiner The Konus-Wind catalog of gamma-ray bursts with known redshifts. I. Bursts detected in the triggered mode. PoS(IFS2017)064 A. Tsvetkova, D.D. Frederiks, S. Golenetskii, A. Lysenko, P. Oleynik, V. Pal'shin, D.S. Svinkin, M. Ulanov, T. Cline, K. Hurley and R. Aptekar Exploring the low-energy domain of LAT-detected GRBs PoS(IFS2017)065 E. Bissaldi, N. Omodei, G. Vianello, D. Kocevski and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration The Bright and the Slow - GRBs 100724B and 160509A with high-energy cutoffs at < 100MeV PoS(IFS2017)066 G. Vianello, R. Gill, J. Granot, N. Omodei, J. Cohen-Tanugi and F. Longo Magnetic versus baryonic jets for gamma-ray bursts. PoS(IFS2017)067 D. Begue Constraints on microphysical parameters of GRBs using HAWC PoS(IFS2017)068 S. Dichiara, M.M. Gonzalez, N. Fraija and  on behalf of the HAWC Collaboration Session Other Transients Fast Radio Bursts - implications for Fermi and future prospects PoS(IFS2017)069 M. Caleb Probing mass ejection in nova outbursts using gamma-rays PoS(IFS2017)070 P. Martin Are Gamma-ray Novae Intrinsically Rare Or Just Nearby? PoS(IFS2017)071 P. Morris, G. Cotter, A. Brown and P. Chadwick Classical Novae in the Age of Fermi PoS(IFS2017)072 J. Linford GeV--TeV Lightcurve of GRB Afterglow PoS(IFS2017)073 K. Asano Is Spectral Width a Reliable Measure of GRB Emission Physics? PoS(IFS2017)074 J.M. Burgess The Rest-Frame Golenetskii Correlation via a Hierarchical Bayesian Analysis PoS(IFS2017)075 J.M. Burgess AN EXTERNAL SHOCK ORIGIN OF GRB 141028A PoS(IFS2017)076 J.M. Burgess Nine Years of Fermi LAT Flare Advocate Monitoring PoS(IFS2017)077 S. Ciprini Spectral classification and variation of Fermi GRBs PoS(IFS2017)078 I.I. Rácz, L.G. Balazs, V.L. Tóth, I. Horvath and Z. Bagoly New results in applying the machine learning to GRB redshift estimation PoS(IFS2017)079 I.I. Rácz, D. Ribli, Z. Bagoly, I. Csabai, I. Horvath and L.G. Balazs Testing Isotropic Universe via Properties of Gamma-Ray Bursts Detected by Fermi / GBM PoS(IFS2017)080 J. Ripa On the Connection of Gamma-Ray Bursts and X-Ray Flashes PoS(IFS2017)081 J. Ripa and A. Meszaros The 2nd LAT GRB Catalog PoS(IFS2017)082 G. Vianello, M. Arimoto, M. Axelsson, E. Bissaldi, J. Bregeon, F. Dirisa, D. Kocevski, F. Longo, E. Moretti, N. Omodei, J. Racusin, M. Yassine and P. Veres An Investigation on the GRB Peak Energy and Low-Energy Spectral Slope PoS(IFS2017)083 H.F. Yu, F. Ryde and H. Dereli MAGIC observation of the short nearby GRB160821B PoS(IFS2017)084 M. Palatiello, K. Noda, S. Inoue, P. Colin, E. Moretti, F. Longo and  on behalf of the MAGIC and Fermi Collaboration Session Stellar Sources (galactic and extragalactic) Recent multi-wavelength studies of gamma-ray binary hosting Be star PoS(IFS2017)085 J. Takata Fermi acceleration under control: $\eta$ Carinae PoS(IFS2017)086 M. Balbo and R. Walter Gamma ray emission from Cyg X-3 and Cyg X-1 PoS(IFS2017)087 A. Zdziarski Towards the emerging source class of γ-ray emitting colliding-wind binary systems PoS(IFS2017)088 K. Reitberger, R. Kissmann, A. Reimer, O. Reimer and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration The population of gamma-ray binaries PoS(IFS2017)089 G. Dubus The Gamma-ray Binary in the LMC: Implications for Populations and Further Discoveries PoS(IFS2017)090 R. Corbet The Monster Next Door: Fermi-LAT observations of Supernova Remnant N132D in the Large Magellanic Cloud PoS(IFS2017)091 D. Castro Detection of SN 1006 and HESS J1731-347 with Fermi-LAT: a complete view of shell-type TeV SNRs PoS(IFS2017)092 M. Lemoine-Goumard A search for energy-dependence of the Kes 73/1E 1841-045 morphology in GeV PoS(IFS2017)093 P.K.H. Yeung Disentangling hadronic from leptonic emission in the composite SNR G326.3-1.8 PoS(IFS2017)094 J. Devin Thermal X-ray studies on escaping of accelerated protons from SNR shocks PoS(IFS2017)095 H. Suzuki New Extended GeV Sources in the Galactic Plane Found using 6 years of Fermi-LAT Pass 8 data PoS(IFS2017)096 M.H. Grondin Resolving the Crab Nebula in TeV gamma-rays with H.E.S.S. PoS(IFS2017)097 M. Holler On the origin of gamma-ray emission toward SNR CTB 37A with Fermi-LAT PoS(IFS2017)098 S. Abdollahi Similarity of γ -ray spectrum in middle aged supernova remnants (SNRs) interacting with molecular clouds (MC): what can we learn? PoS(IFS2017)099 X. Tang Diffusive shock acceleration in the young supernova remnant G1.9+0.3 PoS(IFS2017)100 R. Brose A New Gamma-Ray Source in the Vicinity of the Galactic Supernova Remnant G306.3−0.9 PoS(IFS2017)101 T. Ergin, S. Katsuda, A. Sezer, R. Yamazaki, M.D. Filipovic, H. Sano, Y. Fukui and S. Tanaka LMC P3: An Extreme Particle Accelerator PoS(IFS2017)102 J. Coley Detection of an Unidentified Extended Gamma-ray Source Close to the Galactic Supernova Remnant 3C 400.2 PoS(IFS2017)103 T. Ergin, A. Sezer, R. Yamazaki, H. Sano, Y. Fukui and S. Tanaka Non-linear combined MHD- Monte Carlo simulations of proton acceleration in colliding wind binaries PoS(IFS2017)104 E. Grimaldo, A. Reimer and R. Kissmann Fermi-LAT Studies of Globular Clusters. PoS(IFS2017)105 S. Lloyd, A. Brown and P. Chadwick Reexamining the gamma-ray properties of globular clusters PoS(IFS2017)106 K. Oh and C.Y. Hui Combined approach to VHE gamma-ray astronomy at the TAIGA observatory PoS(IFS2017)107 E. Postnikov and  on behalf of the TAIGA Collaboration Session GeV-TeV Connection H.E.S.S. highlights PoS(IFS2017)108 G. Puehlhofer and  on behalf of the H.E.S.S. collaboration Gamma-ray astronomy across 6 decades of energy: synergy between Fermi, IACTs, and HAWC observatories PoS(IFS2017)109 M. Hui Highlights of VERITAS observations of extragalactic objects PoS(IFS2017)110 M. Pohl Recent Galactic Science Results from VERITAS on Pulsar Searches, PSR J2032+4127, and HAWC Follow-Ups PoS(IFS2017)111 G. Richards and  on behalf of the VERITAS Collaboration Improved IGMF limits from Fermi and MAGIC observations of 1ES 0229+200 PoS(IFS2017)112 I. Vovk Evidence for cosmic ray escape: the GeV to TeV morphology of the $\gamma$-Cygni SNR with MAGIC and Fermi-LAT PoS(IFS2017)113 M. Strzys Ten years of H.E.S.S. I extra galactic observations revisited PoS(IFS2017)114 F. Brun, D. Sanchez, J. Chevalier and  on behalf of the H.E.S.S. collaboration Probing high-energy acceleration processes in S5 0716+714 using combined Fermi-LAT and MAGIC observations PoS(IFS2017)115 B. Rani, G. Pedaletti, E. Lindfors, M. Manganaro and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT and MAGIC collaborations Temporal analysis of an unprecedented data set for the gamma-ray blazar 1ES 1215+303: Fermi-LAT and VERITAS light curves spanning ten years PoS(IFS2017)116 J. Valverde, D. Horan, G. Noto, R. Mukherjee, D. Bernard and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT & VERITAS Collaborations Session Analysis Techniques Information field theory for gamma ray astronomy PoS(IFS2017)117 T.A. Ensslin Searches for Angular Extension in High-Latitude Fermi-LAT Sources PoS(IFS2017)118 R. Caputo A new way of searching for transients: the ADWO method and its results PoS(IFS2017)119 Z. Bagoly, D. Szecsi, J. Ripa, I.I. Rácz, I. Csabai, L. Dobos, I. Horvath, L.G. Balázs and L.V. Tóth Time Domain Astronomy with Fermi GBM in the Multi-messenger Era PoS(IFS2017)120 C. Wilson-Hodge An Overview of the GBM Targeted Search For Sub-threshold Emission Associated with LIGO/Virgo Detections PoS(IFS2017)121 D. Kocevski Improving the Fermi LAT source catalog and interstellar emission model PoS(IFS2017)122 J. Ballet The second catalog of flaring gamma-ray sources (2FAV): observing astrophysical accelerators in real time PoS(IFS2017)123 R. Buehler Effects of Biases of the Interstellar Emission Models on Point Source Finding and Characterization with the Fermi-LAT PoS(IFS2017)124 E. Charles Towards the First Catalog of Fermi-LAT sources below 100 MeV PoS(IFS2017)125 G. Principe,  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration, D. Malyshev and S. Funk Calorimeter-less gamma-ray telescopes: Optimal measurement of charged particle momentum from multiple scattering by Bayesian analysis of Kalman filtering innovations. PoS(IFS2017)126 D. Bernard and M. Frosini The first VEGAS-free, exact, 5D, polarized photon-to-e+e-pair conversion event generator PoS(IFS2017)127 D. Bernard The Fermi Large Area Telescope: 9 years of on-orbit performance PoS(IFS2017)128 R. Cameron and  on behalf of the Fermi Large Area Telescope Collaboration Finding untriggered gamma-ray transients in the Fermi GBM data PoS(IFS2017)129 M. Hui, M.S. Briggs, P. Veres and R. Hamburg The Multi-Mission Maximum Likelihood framework (3ML) PoS(IFS2017)130 G. Vianello, R.J. Lauer, J.M. Burgess, H. Ayala, H. Fleischhack, P. Harding, M. Hui, S. Marinelli, V. Savchenko and H. Zhou Image Reconstruction Utilizing the High-Dimensional Data Space of Future Gamma-ray Telescopes PoS(IFS2017)131 A. Zoglauer COMPTEL Reloaded: a heritage MeV data project PoS(IFS2017)132 W. Collmar and A. Strong A Novel Framework for Gamma-ray Source Classification using Automatic Feature Selection PoS(IFS2017)133 A.P. Leung, Y. Tong, R. Li, S. Luo and C.Y. Hui Session Galactic Diffuse Emission and cosmic-ray propagation Cosmic rays and the diffuse gamma-ray emission PoS(IFS2017)134 F. Donato Development of the Galactic Diffuse Emission Model for the LAT 4FGL Catalog Analysis PoS(IFS2017)135 S.W. Digel Cosmic rays, gas, and dust in local clouds PoS(IFS2017)136 Q. Remy,  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration and I. Grenier Diffuse X-ray emission from Loop I: Additional evidence of past activity of Galactic Center and relation to Fermi Bubbles PoS(IFS2017)137 M. Akita Spiral Arm Signatures in Fermi-LAT's spectral index map PoS(IFS2017)138 N. Shaviv High-energy $\gamma$-Rays from the Milky Way: 3D Interstellar Emission Models with GALPROP PoS(IFS2017)139 T.A. Porter, G. Johannesson and I. Moskalenko Constraining the emission of cosmic electrons from supernova remnants with flux, dipole anisotropy and radio data PoS(IFS2017)140 S. Manconi, M. DiMauro and F. Donato Measurement of the Cosmic-ray Proton Spectrum with the Fermi Large Area Telescope PoS(IFS2017)141 D. Green Fermi-LAT $\gamma$-ray study of the Chamaeleon molecular cloud complex using thermal dust optical depth obtained with Planck PoS(IFS2017)142 K. Hayashi and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration New 3D models of interstellar gas and their impact on high-energy interstellar emission. PoS(IFS2017)143 G. Johannesson, T.A. Porter and I. Moskalenko Cosmic rays in the Orion-Eridanus superbubble PoS(IFS2017)144 T. Joubaud, I. Grenier and J.M. Casandjian Evidence for GeV Cosmic Rays from White Dwarfs in the Local Cosmic Ray Spectra and in the Gamma-ray Emissivity of the Inner Galaxy PoS(IFS2017)145 T. Kamae, S.H. Lee, K. Makishima, S. Shibata and T. Shigeyama Galactic Diffuse Gamma-Ray Emission From 3D Cosmic-Ray Transport Models PoS(IFS2017)146 R. Kissmann, O. Reimer and F. Niederwanger Study of the Interstellar Medium and Cosmic-rays in Local HI Clouds PoS(IFS2017)147 T. Mizuno and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration Cosmic Rays from Multifrequency Observations of the Interstellar Emission PoS(IFS2017)148 E. Orlando Session Extragalactic Diffuse Emission and Extragalactic Background Light Cosmic rays, particle acceleration, and Fermi constraints on star and galaxy formation PoS(IFS2017)149 C. Pfrommer Radio and Gamma-Ray Constraints on the Wind, Magnetic Field, and Cosmic Rays along the minor axis of the starburst M82 PoS(IFS2017)150 B. Buckman X-ray to gamma-ray virial shock signal from the Coma cluster PoS(IFS2017)151 U. Keshet The Extragalactic Background Light in the Fermi Era PoS(IFS2017)152 M. Ajello Measuring the Cosmic Star Formation Rate Density with Fermi-LAT PoS(IFS2017)153 J. Finke Exploring the full information content of the extragalactic gamma-ray sky maps PoS(IFS2017)154 A. Cuoco Measuring the Galaxy Luminosity Density out to z~6 with Fermi-LAT PoS(IFS2017)155 K. Helgason The Density of Blazars above 100 MeV and the Origin of the Extragalactic Gamma-ray Background PoS(IFS2017)156 L. Marcotulli Extragalactic Background Light Measurements from a Combined Likelihood Analysis of Blazars Detected with the MAGIC Telescopes PoS(IFS2017)157 A. Dominguez Study of the anisotropy of the unresolved gamma-ray background PoS(IFS2017)158 M. Negro and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration Updated Fermi-LAT Constraints on the Extragalactic Background Light PoS(IFS2017)159 T. Armstrong and J. Graham Deriving the contribution of point sources to the Extragalactic gamma-ray background with efficiency corrections and photon statistics PoS(IFS2017)160 M. Di Mauro Characterization of the Local Universe via cross-correlations PoS(IFS2017)161 S. Ammazzalorso, N. Fornengo, S. Horiuchi and M. Regis A Galactic Center Excess in the Andromeda Galaxy M31 Seen with the Fermi -LAT PoS(IFS2017)162 X. Hou, P. Martin and  on behalf of the Fermi-LAT Collaboration Detection of virial shocks in stacked Fermi-LAT clusters PoS(IFS2017)163 I. Reiss, J. Mushkin and U. Keshet Session Dark Matter Limits on Dark Matter annihilation signal from dwarf galaxies with prior-free astrophysical factors PoS(IFS2017)164 A. Chiappo Probing the nature of dark matter with gamma rays: what we learned from the LAT and prospects for the CTA PoS(IFS2017)165 G. Zaharijas Indirect Axion and Axionlike Particle Searches at Gamma-Ray Energies PoS(IFS2017)166 M. Meyer Dark matter theory: implications and future prospects for Fermi PoS(IFS2017)167 P. Scott Spectral modulation of non-Galactic plane Gamma-ray pulsars due to photon-ALPs mixing in Galactic magnetic field. PoS(IFS2017)168 J. Majumdar, F. Calore. and D. Horns. Fermi -LAT Limit on Individual Primordial Black Holes PoS(IFS2017)169 D. Malyshev, C. Johnson, S. Ritz and S. Funk Sensitivity of CTA to the Detection of a Dark Matter Signal in comparison to Direct Detection and Collider Experiments PoS(IFS2017)170 M. Meyer Spotting imprints of dark matter in the extragalactic Fermi sky with photon counts statistics PoS(IFS2017)171 H. Zechlin, S. Manconi and F. Donato Realistic estimation for the detectability of dark matter subhalos with Fermi-LAT catalogs PoS(IFS2017)172 F. Calore Session The Sun and the Neutrino-Gamma Connection Fermi Large Area Telescope observations of the Sun: The first ten years PoS(IFS2017)173 M. Pesce-Rollins, N. Omodei, A. Allafort, V. Petrosian, S. Raino and W. Liu Search for GeV neutrinos associated with solar flares with IceCube PoS(IFS2017)174 G. De Wasseige and  on behalf of the IceCube Collaboration Origin of cosmic neutrinos in the Fermi context PoS(IFS2017)175 W. Winter A minimal model for extragalactic high-energy particles PoS(IFS2017)176 M. Kachelriess, O. Kalashev, S. Ostapchenko and D. Semikoz On the Detection Potential of Short Blazar Flares for Current Neutrino Telescopes PoS(IFS2017)177 M. Kreter The Quiet Sun in Gamma Rays: Modeling of the CR Electrons in the Inner Heliosphere PoS(IFS2017)178 E. Orlando, N. Giglietto, I. Moskalenko, S. Raino' and A.W. Strong Session Future Gamma-ray Missions The Path from COSI to COSI-X PoS(IFS2017)179 A. Zoglauer Polarimetry and high angular resolution gamma-ray observations in the MeV regime using a novel detector concept PoS(IFS2017)180 D. Horan and  on behalf of the HARPO Collaboration All-Sky Medium Energy Gamma-ray Observatory (AMEGO) - A discovery mission for the MeV gamma-ray band PoS(IFS2017)181 J.S. Perkins Viability of a nano-satellite Compton space telescope PoS(IFS2017)182 F. Berlato Monitoring of gamma-ray burst with a fleet of nanosatellites PoS(IFS2017)183 M. Ohno Exploring the particle nature of dark matter with the All-sky Medium Energy Gamma-ray Observatory (AMEGO) PoS(IFS2017)184 R. Caputo All-sky Medium Energy Gamma-ray Observatory (AMEGO): Simulations of the Instrument performance PoS(IFS2017)185 R. Caputo Development and Testing of the AMEGO Silicon Tracker System PoS(IFS2017)186 S. Griffin and  on behalf of the AMEGO Team The MERGer-event Gamma-Ray (MERGR) Telescope PoS(IFS2017)187 J.E. Grove BurstCube: A CubeSat for Gravitational Wave Counterparts PoS(IFS2017)188 J.S. Perkins Gamma-ray Burst and Gravitational Wave Counterpart Prospects in the MeV Band with AMEGO PoS(IFS2017)189 J. Racusin