Invited talks

Name Affiliation Theme
P. AjithICTSGravitational-waves from binary black holes: The interplay of theory and observation
A. BahramianCurtin UX-ray binaries and black holes in globular clusters
J. J. EldridgeU AucklandUncertainties in predicting gravitational wave transients from binary population synthesis
M. FujiiU Tokyo(Binary BH Formation in star clusters)
S. GalaudageMonash ULIGO-Virgo observations of gravitational waves: The emerging picture of the binary black hole population
A. GoodwinCurtin UConstraining neutron star parameters by modelling X-ray bursts
A. HegerMonash UStellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis
W. HoriuchiHokkaido U(12C(a,g)16O Theory)
T. KawabataOsaka UTriple alpha reaction rate under extreme conditions
T. KinugawaU TokyoRemnants of first stars for gravitational wave sources
J. PowellSwinburne U Technology3D simulations of core-collapse supernovae
J. SaksteinU HawaiiBlack Hole Archaeology
T. ShimaRCNP, Osaka U(12C(a,g)16O Experiment)
K. TakahashiAEIWhere are PISNe?
Y. TaniguchiNIT, Kagawa12C + 12C Fusion S-factor from a Full-microscopic Nuclear Model

Contributed talks

Name Affiliation Title
A. DohiKyushu UImpact of neutron star structure and cooling on Type-I X-ray burst
M. FamianoWestern Michigan URelativistic Plasma Effects on Nuclear Reaction Rates: Effects on Pulsational Pair-Instability Supernovae, Magnetar Nucleosynthesis, and Other Sites
E. GrishinMonash USupernovae explosions in AGN discs
A. Harada RIKENPossible collective neutrino oscillation in a rotating supernova
E. HolmbeckRITReconstructing Neutron Star Masses from Metal-Poor Stars
K. InayoshiPeking UGravitational wave backgrounds from coalescing black hole binaries at cosmic dawn
A. JiU Chicago / KICPR-process nucleosynthesis in GW170817 in the context of metal-poor stars
D. KahlELI-NPUncertainties in the 18F(p, alpha)15O reaction rate in classical novae
T. KajinoBeihang U / NAOJ / U TokyoRoles of fission and nuclear reactions in collapsar, neutron star merger and supernova
C. KobayashiU HertfordshireGalactic chemical evolution and the origin of the elements
Y. MaedaISAS / JAXAXRISM's observations of Eta Carinae
G. MathewsU Notre DameSimulations of black hole formation and nucleosynthesis in Core collapse supernovae with relativistic turbulet mixing
L. McNeillMonash UDifferential rotation in massive stars
K. Nakamura Fukuoka UCore-collapse supernova simulation of a three-dimensional 25 solar-mass progenitor model
R. SawadaU Tokyo`Nickel Mass Problem' in the CCSN Explosion Mechanism, and Neutrino-Driven Wind Model as a Solution to it.
M. ShikauchiU TokyoGaia's Detectability of Black Hole-Main Sequence Star Binaries Formed in Open Clusters
H. SotaniRIKENStability of collapsing protoneutron stars and gravitational waves
Y. TarumiU TokyoNeutron-capture elements in ultrafaint dwarf galaxies
T. Tsujimoto NAOJConnection of Galactic r-process enrichment with merger event rates of NS-NS and BH-NS binaries
A. RavlicU ZagrebApplication of relativistic energy density functional theory in description of stellar weak-interaction rates
T. SatoRikkyo UHigh-entropy ejecta plumes in Cassiopeia A from neutrino-driven explosion
V. VarmaMonash UThe role of magnetic fields during convective Oxygen shell burning in CCSN progenitors
R. WillcoxMonash ULimits on ECSN channels from pulsar speed observations
Y. YamazakiNAOJIsotopic abundance: the key to understand the origin of heavy elements
T. YoshidaYITP, KyotoPrecollapse Shell Burning in the Silicon- and Oxygen-rich Layers in Massive Stars
Y. ZenatiJohns Hopkins UNuclear burning in collapsar accretion discs

★ Short talk/poster