The 4th DTA Symposium

"Compact stars and gravitational wave astronomy"

13-14 May, 2016

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★ 13th May (Fri)

09:30-09:40 (10) E. Kokubo (NAOJ): Opening
09:40-10:50 (70) R. Flaminio (NOAJ): First observation of gravitational waves from a binary black hole merger: status and outlook
10:50-11:10 (20) coffee break

11:10-11:55 (45) M. Tanaka (NAOJ): Electromagnetic Counterparts of Gravitational Wave Sources
11:55-13:00 lunch

13:00-13:45 (45) Y. Sekiguchi (Toho): Dynamical mass ejection from binary compact-star merger
13:45-14:05 (20) M. Fujii (Tokyo): The detection rates of gravitational waves from binary black holes in star clusters
14:05-14:20 (15) coffee break

14:20-15:30 (70) K. Kokkotas (Tuebingen/NAOJ): Neutron Stars: Rotational and Magnetic Field Instabilities and their association to the emission of Gravitational Waves
15:30-15:45 (15) coffee break

15:45-16:30 (45) T. Takiwaki (NAOJ): Gravitational Singals from Core-collpase Supernovae: Cutting-edge samples
16:30-16:50 (20) T. Moriya (NAOJ): Constraining the ellipticity of magnetars powering superluminous supernovae
16:50-17:00 (10) short break

17:00-17:20 (20) H. Sotani (NAOJ): Asteroseismology with protoneutron stars
17:20-17:40 (20) K. Fujisawa (Waseda): Magnetic field configurations of magnetized stars
17:40-18:00 (20) Y. Kojima (Hiroshima): Damping of Magnetar Oscillations in Giant Flares
18:30- Banquet

★ 14th May (Sat)

10:00-10:25 (25) T. Kajino (NAOJ): Neutrinos and Element Genesis as a probe of EoS and Binary Neutron-Star Mergers
10:25-10:50 (25) H. Togashi (RIKEN): Hyperon equation of state for supernovae and neutron stars with the variational method
10:50-11:05 (15) coffee break

11:05-11:30 (25) N. Yasutake (Chiba Institute of Technology): Rotational equilibria by variational Lagrange scheme with realistic equations of state
11:30-11:55 (25) T. Maruyama (Nihon): Pion Production via Proton Synchrotron Radiation in Strong Magnetic Fields in Relativistic Quantum Approach

This symposium is organized by Division of Theoretical Astronomy (DTA), National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (NAOJ)
LOC : Hajime SOTANI (NAOJ), Yasufumi KOJIMA (Hiroshima)