Towards linking core-collapse supernova simulations with observations
Annop Wongwathanarat (MPA Garching)
SAP
Mardi 23/10/2018, 10h00-11h00
Bat 713, salle de séminaires Galilée , CEA Saclay, Orme des Merisiers

Summary: 

With recent advances in numerical techniques and computing power theoretical modeling of a core-collapse supernova (CCSN), a cataclysmic event marking the end of the lifetime of a massive star, has become feasible in three spatial dimensions. 

In this talk, I will review recent progress which have been made in modeling the long-term evolution of CCSN explosion starting from the collapse and explosion phase until the SN ejecta transform into the early SN remnant phase.

I will discuss how simulation results can be compared with observables such as explosion asymmetries, element distributions, SN light curves, and pulsar kick velocities that are obtained from recent observations of SN and SN remnants. 

 

Local contacts: F. Acero, J. Guilet, T. Foglizzo

Contact : Matteo BUGLI

 

 

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