The aim of the workshop is to dicuss the signals of gravitational waves and neutrinos from core-collapse supernovae to probe into the stellar collapse and explosion as well as the birth of compact objects. The observational facilities such as Super-Kamiokande and KAGRA are prepared to detect the burst signals from the next supernova and the Super-Kamiokande with Gd loading will detect the first event of the diffuse supernova neutrino background. The cutting-edge numerical simulations are revealing the explosion mechanism with prediction of signals and exploring variety of explosive phenomena . We would like to exchange the latest understanding of observations and theories and to discuss how to extract the information from stellar core.
Topics to discuss:
- Gravitational waves and neutrinos from core-collapse supernovae
- Observational aspects of gravitaional waves and neutrinos to extract the information
- Numerical simulations of supernova explosions, the birth of compact objects
- Influence of microphysics (equation of state, neutrino reactions) in core-collapse supernovae
- Diffuse supernova neutrino background, neutrino oscillation of supernovae
The talks are basically arranged with the invited speakers.
We would like to provide slots for poster presentations. (tentative)
Invited speakers include:
- Hiroki Nagakura (NAOJ)
- Ken'ichiro Nakazato (Kyushu U.)
- more to add
This workshop is organized by scientific research on innovative areas 'Gravitational wave physics and astronomy : Genesis', C01 and C02 group.
This work is supported by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative areas "Gravitational wave physics and astronomy:Genesis" (17H06357, 17H06365)
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (19K03837, 20H01905)
from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Japan
This workshop follows the line of the following workshops:
Deciphering multi-Dimensional nature of core-collapse SuperNovae via Gravitational-Wave and neutrino signatures (SNeGWv2018)
Numazu Workshop 2015: Challenges of modeling supernovae with nuclear data