NP3M Seminars (Virtual)
All talks are on an NP3M zoom channel on Thursdays at 3pm EDT
- Aug. 24th, Cecilia Chirenti, Univ. Maryland (slides, video)
- Sept. 7th, Evan O'Connor, Stockholm Univ. (slides)
- Sept. 21th, Anuradha Gupta, Univ. Mississippi (slides, video)
- Oct. 5th, Pedro Espino, Penn State Univ. (slides)
- Oct. 19th, Luís Felipe, Univ. Jena (slides, video)
- Nov. 2nd, Alex Friedland, SLAC (slides, video)
- Nov. 16th, Alexander Haber, Wash. Univ. St. Louis (video)
- Nov. 30th, David Vartanyan, Carnegie Sci. Inst.
- Dec. 14th, Luke Johns, Los Alamos Natl. Lab.
Title: Supernovae: From Bounce to Breakout
Abstract: Simulations of core-collapse supernovae (CCSNe) experienced consecutive leaps of progress in the last decade. I will summarize exciting results in CCSNe modeling that have informed accurate ab-initio prediction of stellar explosion. I will discuss the joint detectability of correlated neutrinos and gravitational waves from such events, which will illustrate the dynamics of the remnant neutron star, the morphology of the explosion, and global stellar instabilities. I will share late-time neutrino data for 100 axisymmetric simulations; showcase a new, two-dozen model suite of 3D simulations; illustrate an exotic - perhaps not uncommon - joint formation of a black hole with an exploding CCSNe; and finally, tease early simulations that couple core-bounce and explosion to shock breakout.