Probe into core-collapse SuperNovae via Gravitational-Wave and neutrino signals (SNeGWv2021)

Asia/Tokyo
on-line (via Zoom)

on-line (via Zoom)

Description

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

Program
The talks are basically arranged with the invited speakers.  
Invited speakers include:

  • Akira Harada (iTHEMS, RIKEN)
  • Chinami Kato (Tokyo U. Sci.)
  • Kanji Mori (Fukuoka U.)
  • Masamitsu Mori (U. Tokyo)
  • Hiroki Nagakura (NAOJ)
  • Ko Nakamura (Fukuoka U.)
  • Ken'ichiro Nakazato (Kyushu U.)
  • Lucas Nascimento Machado (INFN Naples)
  • Takahiro Sawada (Osaka City University)
  • Shota Shibagaki ( Univ.of Wroclaw)
  • Hajime Sotani (iTHEMS, RIKEN)
  • Yudai Suwa (U. Tokyo)
  • Nobutoshi Yasutake (Chiba Institute of Technology)
  • Masamichi Zaizen (U. Tokyo)

Organizers
This workshop is organized by scientific research on innovative areas 'Gravitational wave physics and astronomy : Genesis', C01 and C02 group. (Virtually Local organizer: K. Sumiyoshi, A. Harada, H. Matsufuru, Y. Koshio and M. Vagins)

Support
This work is supported by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative areas "Gravitational wave physics and astronomy:Genesis" (17H06357, 17H06365)
and
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)
and
Numazu Workshop 2015: Challenges of modeling supernovae with nuclear data

Registration
Registration to SNeGWv2021
Participants
  • Adam Tarrant
  • Akira Harada
  • Alessandro Parisi
  • Amon Furuichi
  • Anna Fedorova
  • Balint Radics
  • Daichi Hiramatsu
  • Eduardo dela Fuente
  • Fumi Nakanishi
  • Guillaume Pronost
  • Hajime Sotani
  • He-Feng Hsieh
  • Hideo MATSUFURU
  • Hiroki Nagakura
  • Hiroyuki Sekiya
  • Inhyeok Song
  • Irene Di Palma
  • Isamu Fukunaga
  • Jack Fannon
  • Jost Migenda
  • Kanji Mori
  • KATSUHIKO SATO
  • Ken-ichi Nakao
  • Kentaro TAKAMI
  • Ko Nakamura
  • Kohsuke Sumiyoshi
  • Konstantin Manukovskiy
  • Kouji Nakamura
  • Li Hongbo
  • Li-Ting Ma
  • Lluis Marti-Magro
  • Lucas Nascimento Machado
  • Mark Vagins
  • Masahito yamazaki
  • Masamichi Zaizen
  • Masamitsu Mori
  • Masataka Shinoki
  • masayoshi KIGUCHI
  • Masayuki Harada
  • Masayuki Nakahata
  • Matthew Malek
  • maurice van putten
  • Mei Takeda
  • Merlin Varghese
  • Naoki Yamamoto
  • Natalia Agafonova
  • Natalia Dunina-Barkovskaya
  • Nataly Ospina
  • Nimmy Sarah Alex
  • Nobuaki Imai
  • Nobuya Nishimura
  • Noshad Khosravi Largani
  • Patrick de Perio
  • Roger Wendell
  • Ryuichiro Akaho
  • Saki Fujita
  • Shigemi Ohta
  • Shin'ichirou Yoshida
  • Shoichi Yamada
  • Shota Shibagaki
  • Shuhei Obara
  • Shun Furusawa
  • Sota Hanai
  • Tailin Zhu
  • Takahiro Sawada
  • Takatoshi Ko
  • Thorsten Lux
  • Tobias Fischer
  • Tomoaki Wakabayashi
  • Tomoya Takiwaki
  • Toshio Suzuki
  • Volodymyr Aushev
  • Wakana Iwakami
  • Wei Shi
  • Yasuhiro Nakajima
  • Yasushi Nara
  • Yohei Nishino
  • Yu Zhou
  • Yu-Hui Wang
  • Yudai Suwa
  • Yudong Luo
  • Yuichiro Sekiguchi
  • Yusuke Koshio
  • Yusuke Sakai
  • Yuta Hiranuma
  • Wednesday, 1 December
    • 09:30 10:40
      Supernova simulation (chair: Kohsuke Sumiyoshi)

      Chair: Kohsuke Sumiyoshi

      • 09:30
        Core collapse supernovae: connecting theories, simulations, and observations 35m
        Speaker: Dr Hiroki Nagakura
      • 10:05
        3D Simulations of Rapidly Rotating Core Collapse: Gravitational Waves and Neutrinos 35m
        Speaker: Dr Shota Shibagaki
    • 10:55 12:05
      Gravitational waves (chair: Kei Kotake)
      • 10:55
        Gravitational wave analysis for long-term 3D CCSN simulations 35m
        Speaker: Dr Ko Nakamura
      • 11:30
        Current status of KAGRA 35m
        Speaker: Dr Takahiro Sawada
    • 13:30 15:15
      Supernova and EOS (chair: Tomoya Takiwaki)
      • 13:30
        Influences of Nuclear EOS on Core-collapse Supernova Simulations by the Boltzmann-radiation-hydrodynamics 35m
        Speaker: Dr Akira Harada
      • 14:05
        Gravitational wave asterosesimology and universal relations 35m
        Speaker: Dr Hajime Sotani
      • 14:40
        Equation of State from Color-Molecular Dynamics 35m
        Speaker: Dr Nobutoshi Yasutake
    • 15:30 17:00
      Free discussion
  • Thursday, 2 December
    • 09:30 10:40
      Supernova neutrino observation (chair: Mark Vagins)
      • 09:30
        Pre-Supernova Alert System for Super-Kamiokande with Gadolinium 35m
        Speaker: Dr Lucas Nascimento Machado
      • 10:05
        New modules of Super-Kamokande for super nearby supernovae 35m
        Speaker: Dr Masamitsu Mori
    • 10:55 12:05
      Supurnova neutrino prediction (chair: Yusuke Koshio)
      • 10:55
        Long term behavior of supernova neutrino light curves 35m
        Speaker: Dr Ken'ichiro Nakazato
      • 11:30
        Observing Supernova Neutrino Light Curves with Super- Kamiokande 35m
        Speaker: Prof. Yudai Suwa
    • 13:30 15:15
      Neutrino oscillation and beyond (chair: Akira Harada)
      • 13:30
        Monte Calro neutrino transport with collective oscillations & scatterinigs 35m
        Speaker: Dr Chinami Kato
      • 14:05
        Development of collective fast neutrino flavor conversion 35m
        Speaker: Mr Masamichi Zaizen
      • 14:40
        Axion-like Particles from Core-collapse Supernovae 35m
        Speaker: Dr Kanji Mori
    • 15:30 17:00
      Free discussion