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Probing Core-Collapse Supernova Physics with Multi-Messenger Observations by Prof. Kei Kotake (Assitant professor, Department of Applied Physics, Fukuoka University)
RIBF conference Hall
RIBF conference Hall
固武 慶 氏 (福岡大学理学部 准教授)
Prof. Kei Kotake(Assistant Professor, Department of Applied Physics, Fukuoka University)
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6月23日（火）13：30- RIBF 大会議室
23rd June(Tues), 13:30- at RIBF Conference hall
Probing Core-Collapse Supernova Physics with Multi-Messenger Observations
After we summarize a recent status of core-collapse supernova models, we report our recent results based on two-(2D) and three-dimensional (3D) radiation-hydrodynamics simulations. We also talk about signals of neutrinos and gravitational waves expected from the self-consistent models, which would be important to extract the information of the central engine from the multi-messenger observations. We also report our code development where 3D general-relativistic hydrodynamics is now meeting with spectral neutrino transport and also with detailed weak interaction rates.