Seminari dell'Amaldi Research Center

Exploding and non-exploding core-collapse supernova models in 3D and the multi-messenger analysis

by Kei Kotake (Fukuoka University)

Europe/Rome
Aula Conversi (Dipartimento di Fisica - Ed. G. Marconi)

Aula Conversi

Dipartimento di Fisica - Ed. G. Marconi

Description
How massive stars end their lives has been a time-honored
 riddle of astrophysics over the decades. Based on three-dimensional
radiation-hydrodynamics simulations, I report several new results of
core-collapse supernova models, leading to a neutron-star and black-hole
 formation in the stellar centre. I will also discuss how one could extract the
information of the supernova engines by deciphering the
 multi-messenger observables particularly focusing
on the gravitational-wave and neutrino emission.
Organized by

Gianluca Cavoto, Raffaella Schneider

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