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2006 Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages
From First Light to Reionization
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Mini-Workshop: The End of the Dark Ages March 11-13th, 2006

Welcoming Remarks

Probing Reionization with z>6 QSOs

Feedback Effects of the First Stars on Nearby Halos

Fuse and HST Observations of the Hell Lyman Alpha Forest

The Twilight Zone of Reionization

21cm Constraints on Reionization

Probing Reionization with Lyman Alpha Sources

Numerical Simulations of Reionization

Environmental Effects on Population III Protostellar Accretion Rates

Probing the reionization with the CMB: observational status and prospects after WMAP

Cosmological Parameter Estimating using 21 cm Radiation from the Epoch of Reionization

The First Constraints on Reionization from GRBs

A Population of Old and Massive Galaxies at z>5

Interpreting Searches for Reionization Sources

Galaxies at Redshift Beyond 5: Star Formation Rates, Stellar & Implications for Reionization

Selecting Candidate z~6-7 AGN from Extreme X-ray/Optical Sources (EXOs)

Observational Properties of Redshift 6 Galaxies

New Results on Cosmic Reionization and the 21 cm Background

Searching for Lyman Alpha Beyond Reionization

The History of Reionization

Star Formation History of the Ultra Deep Field

The Properties of the Intergalactic Medium at High Redshift

Observing Complexities of Reionization

The End of the Reionization Epoch Probed by Lyman alpha Emitters at z=6.5

Probing the Cosmic Dark Ages with HST and JWST

Science with the James Webb Space Telescope

Future Studies of the High-Redshift Universe from the Ground

Older Galaxies in the Early Universe tell better stories about Reionization

Clustering and Feedback in the early stages of Reionization

Clustering of Lyman Alpha Emitters and Dropout Galaxies at z=3-7

Reionization: The Role of Globular Clusters

Discovery of a New Population of Evolved Massive Galaxies at High Redshift