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Programs for 2-Week Conferences

SN Conference: 28th Oct. - 1st Nov.
GRB Conference: 11th - 15th Nov.

This program has been finalized (11 Oct. 2013).

Invited and Keynote Speakers have (30+10)min (30mins for presentation and 10mins for questions and answers).
Speakers of Contributed talks have (15+5)min.

SN Conference Program (28th Oct. - 1st Nov.)

Monday, 28th Oct.

8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:10 Opening Remarks: S. Nagataki

Maximum Mass of Neutron Stars

Chair G. Baym
9:10-9:50 F. Ozel (Invited): Neutron Star Masses and Radii
9:50-10:30 A. Steiner (Invited): Neutron Stars as a Laboratory for Nuclear Physics
10:30-10:50 T. Temim: Multi-wavelength Observations of Pulsar Wind Nebulae Evolving inside Supernova Remnants
10:50-11:10 V. Kalogera: Constraints on the formation of core-collapse remnants

11:10-11:40 Coffee Break

EOS of High Density Matter

Chair T. Enoto
11:40-12:20 J. Lattimer (Invited): Constraints on the Dense Matter Equation of State from Experiments, Theory and Observations
12:20-13:00 C. Horowitz (Invited): The Supernova Neutrinosphere

13:00-14:30 Lunch

Structure of Neutron Stars

Chair J. Lattimer
14:30-15:10 G. Baym (Invited): Neutron star interior: are we there yet?
15:10-15:30 S. Furusawa: Inelastic neutrino reactions with light nuclei in the neutrino heating mechanism of core-collapse supernovae
15:30-15:50 G. Pagliara: Combustion of a neutron star into a strange quark star

15:50-16:20 Coffee Break

Magnetars & Quark Stars

Chair A. Steiner
16:20-17:00 T. Enoto (Invited): Diversity and Evolution of Neutron Stars and Magnetars
17:00-17:20 D. Milisavljevic: Reverse Engineering Supernovae

Tuesday, 29th Oct.

Explosion Mechanism of CC SNe

Chair K. Kotake
9:00-9:40 A. Burrows (Invited): Progress Towards the Core-Collapse Supernova Mechanism
9:40-10:20 A. Mezzacappa (Invited): Report on Ongoing 2D and 3D Ab Initio Core Collapse Supernova Modeling
10:20-11:00 B. Mueller (Invited): The Status of Core-Collapse Supernova Explosion Modeling

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Chair A. Burrows
11:30-12:10 Kotake (Invited): Explosion mechanisms of core-collapse supernovae and the astrophysical multi-messengers
12:10-12:30 Y. Suwa: Physical ingredients of core-collapse supernova driven by neutrino-heating mechanism
12:30-12:50 M. Obergaulin: Amplification of magnetic fields in non-rotating core collapse

12:50-14:30 Lunch

Formation/Evolution of Massive Stars

Chair A. Mezzacappa
14:30-15:10 A. Heger (Invited): Evolution of Massive Stars
15:10-15:50 M. Krumholz (Invited): The Formation of Massive Stars

15:50-16:20 Coffee Break

Chair B. Mueller
16:20-16:40 S. Jones: Supernovae from 8-12 solar mass stars: new stellar models
16:40-17:00 T. Yoshida: Type Ic core-collapse supernovae evolved from very massive stars
17:00-17:20 I. Arcavi: Finding Supernova Progenitors Without Seeing Them

Wednesday, 30th Oct.

Explosive Nucleosynthesis

Chair M. Was
9:00-9:40 G. McLaughlin (Invited): The Role of Neutrinos in Supernova Nucleosynthesis
9:40-10:00 O. Pejcha: The Critical Neutrino Luminosity and its Observational Signatures
10:00-10:20 A. Wongwathanarat: Mixing instabilities in supernova envelopes in 3D

Gravitational Waves

10:20-11:00 N. Kanda (Invited): Status of KAGRA and Detection of Gravitational Waves from SNe

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Chair N. Kanda
11:30-12:10 M. Was (Invited): Advanced Detectors and Gravitational Waves
12:10-12:30 P. Winkler: Kinematics of Young Supernova Remnants
12:30-12:50 R. Yamazaki: The Importance of Upstream Inhomogeneity in Cosmic-Ray Acceleration at Supernova Remnants

Lunch & Free Afternoon

Thursday, 31th Oct.

Supernova Neutrinos

Chair W. Hillebrandt
9:00-9:40 M. Nakahata (Invited): Detection of Supernova Neutrinos
9:40-10:00 I. Kleiser: Rapidly Fading Supernovae from Massive Star Explosions
10:00-10:20 A. Tolstov: Modeling of SNe I b/c Shock Breakouts: from XRF080109/SN2008D to the Future Surveys

Type Ia Supernovae

10:20-11:00 K. Nomoto (Invited): Evolution and Final Fates of Accreting White Dwarfs

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Chair K. Nomoto
11:30-12:10 W. Hillebrandt (Invited): The Many Guises of Thermonuclear Supernovae
12:10-12:30 D. Warren: 3-D Modeling of Type Ia Supernova Remnants

12:30-14:30 Lunch

Supernova Light Curve & Spectrum

Chair N. Tominaga
14:30-15:10 S. Blinnikov (Invited): Models of SNe IIn for cosmology: problems to solve
15:10-15:50 K. Maeda (Invited): Supernovae in Optical and NIR

15:50-16:20 Coffee Break

Chair S. Blinnikov
16:20-16:40 N. Tominaga: Multicolor light curves of electron-capture supernovae
16:40-17:00 T. Moriya: Episodic SN Radio Light Curve Modulations from Luminous Blue Variable SN Progenitors

19:00-21:00 Banquet

Friday, 1st Nov.

Supernova Remnant Observation

Chair R. Chevalier
9:00-9:40 P. Slane (Invited): Observations of Supernova Remnants
9:40-10:20 H. Uchida (Invited): X-ray Observations of Supernova Remnants

Supernova Remnant Theory

10:20-11:00 D. Ellison (Invited): Theory of Supernova Remnants

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Chair D. Ellison
11:30-12:10 R. Chevalier (Invited): Supernovae and Their Interaction with Their Surroundings
12:10-12:30 S. Lee: Modeling of Non-thermal and Thermal Emission of Young Supernova Remnants
12:30-12:40 Closing Remarks: S. Nagataki

GRB Conference Program (11th Nov. - 15th Nov.)

Monday, 11th Nov.

8:30-9:00 Registration
9:00-9:10 Opening Remarks: S. Nagataki

Swift&Fermi Observations of GRBs

Chair M. Della Valle
9:10-9:50 N. Gehrels (Invited): GRB Discoveries with Swift
9:50-10:30 J. McEnery (Invited): Observations of Gamma-ray Bursts
10:30-10:50 A. Melandri: GRB130427A / SN2013cq : a nearby ordinary monster and its supernova
10:50-11:10 A. Fruchter: A Kilonova Associated with the Short Burst 130603B

11:10-11:40 Coffee Break

SN-GRB Connection

Chair N. Gehrels
11:40-12:20 M. Della Valle (Invited): Supernovae shed light on GRBs
12:20-12:40 P. Mazzali: Supernovae and Gamma-ray Bursts
12:40-13:00 F. Olivares E.: Three SN rebrightenings in GRB afterglow light curves in the context of the full GRB-SN sample

13:00-14:30 Lunch

Mechanisms of Prompt/Afterglow Emission

Chair A. Beloborodov
14:30-15:10 P. Meszaros (Invited): Central Engines and Jets of Long GRB
15:10-15:50 B. Zhang (Invited): Models of GRB Prompt Emission

15:50-16:20 Coffee Break

Chair A. Pe'er
16:20-17:00 A. Pe'er (Invited): Emission Mechanism of GRBs
17:00-17:40 A. Beloborodov (Invited): Emission Mechanism of GRBs

Tuesday, 12th Nov.

Chair A. MacFadyen
9:00-9:40 F. Daigne (Invited): GRB emission mechanisms

Central Engine of Long GRBs

9:40-10:20 S. Nagataki (Invited): Challenge of Astrophysical Big Bang Laboratory: From Central Engine to Remnants
10:20-11:00 M. Aloy (Invited): Formation of the central engine of Long GRBs

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Chair M. Aloy
11:30-12:10 A. MacFadyen (Invited): From Engine to Afterglow: Moving mesh "Lagrangian" Hydrodynamics with TESS (pdf)
12:10-12:30 N. Globus: Modeling the central engine of relativistic jets - application to GRBs outflows
12:30-12:50 R. Margutti: The signature of the central engine in the weakest relativistic explosions

12:50-14:30 Lunch

Progenitors of Long GRBs
Chair F. Daigne
14:30-15:10 S. Yoon (Invited): Formation of Rapidly-Rotating Massive Stars as Progenitors of long GRBs
15:10-15:50 M. Limongi (Invited): Presupernova evolution, explosion and nucleosynthesis of rotating massive stars
15:50-16:10 D. Nakauchi: Blue Supergiant Model for Ultra-Long Gamma-Ray Burst with Superluminous-Supernova-like Bump

16:10-16:40 Coffee Break

Chair S. Nagataki
16:40-17:00 K. Toma: Probing the GRB Prompt Emission Mechanism through the Gamma and X-ray Polarimetry
17:00-17:20 H. Ito: Photospheric Emission From Stratified Jets
17:20-17:40 M. Dainotti: Is the plateau emission also a feature of high energy GRBs?
17:40-18:00 R. Preece: GRB 130427A: A Very Bright, Nearby, Laboratory for Synchrotron Shocks

Wednesday, 13th Nov.

GRB Observations

Chair S. Wanajo
9:00-9:40 F. Ryde (Invited): Emission Mechanism of Prompt Emission
9:40-10:20 D. Yonetoku (Invited): Study of prompt emission mechanism by the gamma-ray polarization with IKAROS-GAP
10:20-10:40 canceled
10:40-11:00 N. Nishimura: Nucleosynthetic Signatures in Magneto-Rotational driven Core-collapse Supernovae

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Explosive Nucleosynthesis in GRBs

Chair N. Nishimura
11:30-12:10 S. Wanajo (Invited): The r-process in neutron star mergers
12:10-12:50 R. Surman (Invited): r-Process Nucleosynthesis in GRBs

M. Aloy: Thermal emission in blackbody dominated GRBs

Lunch & Free Afternoon

Thursday, 14th Nov.

Central Engine of Short GRBs

Chair B. Metzger
9:00-9:40 S. Rosswog (Invited): The longteerm evolution of neutron star merger ejecta
9:40-10:20 M. Shibata (Invited): Mergers of neutron-star binaries in numerical relativity
10:20-11:00 A. Bauswein (Invited): Equation-of-state dependence of neutron-star mergers

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

Chair S. Rosswog
11:30-12:10 B. Metzger (Invited): The Central Engines of Short Duration Gamma-Ray Bursts
12:10-12:30 K. Ioka: Cosmological Fast Radio Bursts from Binary White Dwarf Mergers
12:30-12:50 M. Tanaka: Radioactive-Powered Emission from Neutron Star Merger

12:50-14:30 Lunch

Propagation of Relativistic Jets

Chair B. Morsony
14:30-15:10 D. Lazzati (Invited): Propagation of Gamma-Ray Burst jets
15:10-15:50 A. Mizuta (Invited): Opening Angles of Collapsar Jets

15:50-16:20 Coffee Break

Chair D. Lazzati
16:20-16:40 B. Morsony: Jet-powered Supernovae and GRBs
16:40-17:00 A. Suzuki: Hydrodynamical models for a successful/failed jet from a massive star and implications to low-luminosity GRBs

19:00-21:00 Banquet

Friday, 15th Nov.

Neutrinos & Gravitational Waves from GRBs

Chair A. Kusenko
9:00-9:40 Y. Sekiguchi (Invited): Neutrinos and Gravitational Waves from GRBs
9:40-10:20 K. Murase (Invited): High-Energy Neutrinos from Cosmic Explosions
10:20-10:40 A. Perego: Neutrino emission and neutrino-driven wind from the aftermath of binary neutron star mergers
10:40-11:00 O. Just: Impact of neutrino transport on outflows from post-merger black-hole tori

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break


Chair K. Murase
11:30-12:10 D. Allard (Invited): Acceleration of UHECRs at GRBs internal shocks
12:10-12:30 A. Kusenko: Cosmic connections: from gamma rays to cosmic rays, to photon backgrounds and magnetic fields
12:30-12:50 H. Takami: High-Energy Radiation from Remnants of Neutron Star Binary Mergers
12:50-13:00 Concluding Remarks: S. Nagataki