April 12-16, 2010
The aim of this meeting was to address the current knowledge and challenges on the high-energy emission from isolated and non-isolated normal and extreme pulsars, as confronted with observations from the satellite Fermi (and its experiment: the Large Area Telescope) and currently operating, ground-based Cherenkov telescopes (like MAGIC, HESS, and VERITAS). Looking forward, the meeting will also analyze the prospects for possible observations with planned instruments across the multi-wavelength spectrum (e.g. SKA, LOFAR, E-VLT, IXO, CTA) and how will they impact on our theoretical understanding of these systems.
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