Research Institute of Stellar Explosive Phenomena (REISEP),
Fukuoka University

Presentation

Invited talk

  1. Kei Kotake,
    "Gravitational-wave and neutrino signatures from multi-D corecollapse supernova models",
    The Evolution of Massive Stars and Formation of Compact Stars: from the Cradle to the Graves, Tokyo, Japan, 28th February 2020
  2. Kei Kotake,
    "Neutrino and GW signals from core-collapse supernovae",
    Neutrinos from the Lab to the Cosmos, Washington, USA, 28th January 2020
  3. Jin Matsumoto,
    "MHD simulations of astrophysical jets with toroidal magnetic field reversals",
    Max Planck Princeton Center – Workshop, Gottingen, Germany, 21st January 2020
  4. Ko Nakamura,
    "Toward realistic modeling of core-collapse supernovae",
    CfCA Users' Meeting FY2019, Tokyo, Japan, 20th January 2020
  5. Kazuhiro Hayama,
    "Activities on the detection of the gravitational waves from core collapse supernovae",
    Multi-dimensional Modeling and Multi-Messenger observation from Core-Collapse Supernovae (4M-COCOS), Fukuoka, Japan, 23rd October 2019
  6. Jin Matsumoto,
    "Problems of simulations for relativistic jet propagation",
    RIMS-iTHEMS joint WS on "Math of Jets", Kyoto, Japan, 30th July 2019
  7. Jin Matsumoto,
    "Acceleration of Relativistic Jets with Toroidal Magnetic Field Reversals by Magnetic Dissipation",
    Workshop to bring together experts on High Energy Astrophysics from Japan and Israel, Saitama, Japan, 18th July 2019
  8. Kei Kotake,
    "SN gravitational waves at the crossroads: synergetic analysis with SN neutrinos",
    SN neutrinos at the crossroads: astrophysics, oscillations, and detection, Trento, Italy, 13th May 2019
  9. Kei Kotake,
    "SN Gravitational-waves at the crossroads: synergetic analysis with SN neutrinos",
    IAU Symposium 350 on Laboratory Astrophysics: from Observation to Interpretation, Cambridge, UK, 18th April 2019

Invited seminar

  1. Jin Matsumoto,
    "Daynamics and stability of relativistic jets",
    Seminar at Kyoto University (online), Japan, 14th December 2020
  2. Jin Matsumoto,
    "Stability and acceleration of relativistic jets",
    Seminar at Kyushu University, Japan, 18th December 2019
  3. Kei Kotake,
    "GWs from Core-Collapse Supernovae",
    Seminar at La Sapienza, University of Rome, Italy, 20th May 2019

Oral presentation

  1. Satoshi Eguchi, Shota Shibagaki, Kazuhiro Hayama, Kei Kotake,
    "a Method of Porting Pre-Existing Scientific Software to a Web Application: the RIDGE Pipeline Case",
    Space Science Informatics Symposium FY2019, Kanagawa, Japan, 14th February 2020
  2. Jin Matsumoto, Youhei Masada, Tomoya Takiwaki,
    "Propagation dynamics of relativistic jets with toroidal magnetic field reversals",
    Symposium of Astrophysical Theory FY2019 (Rironkon 2019), Tokyo, Japan, 27th December 2019
  3. Kei Kotake,
    "A new GW signature from low T/|W| instability of rapidly rotating core-collapse,
    30TH TEXAS SYMPOSIUM ON RELATIVISTIC ASTROPHYSICS, Portsmouth, UK, 15-20 December 2019
  4. Jin Matsumoto,
    "The stability of the gamma-ray burst jet propagating through a progenitor star",
    Yamada Conference LXXI: Gamma-ray Bursts in the Gravitational Wave Era 2019, Yokohama, Japan, 30th October 2019
  5. Jin Matsumoto, Youhei Masada, Tomoya Takiwaki
    "Propagation dynamics of relativistic jets with toroidal magnetic field reversals",
    Workshop on simulations for Solar Terrestrial Environment, Hiroshima, Japan, 25th September 2019
  6. Ko Nakamura, Tomoya Takiwaki, Kei Kotake,
    "3D core-collapse simulation for SN 1987A progenitor based on binary merger scenario",
    Annual Meeting of the Astronomical Society of Japan 2019, Kumamoto, Japan, 12th September 2019
  7. Jin Matsumoto, Youhei Masada, Tomoya Takiwaki,
    "Propagation dynamics of relativistic jets with toroidal magnetic field reversals",
    Annual Meeting of the Astronomical Society of Japan 2019, Kumamoto, Japan, 11th September 2019
  8. Ko Nakamura, Tomoya Takiwaki, Kei Kotake,
    "Systematic features of core-collapse supernova",
    Workshop on CCSN explosions and related physics, Exeter, UK, 9th August 2019

Poster presentation

  1. Ko Nakamura,
    "Core-collapse simulation of a multi-dimensional supernova prongenitor model",
    Symposium of Astrophysical Theory FY2019 (Rironkon 2019), Tokyo, Japan, 25-27 December 2019
  2. Jin Matsumoto,
    "Dependence of the magnetic field on the explosion of core-collapse supernovae",
    Multi-dimensional Modeling and Multi-Messenger observation from Core-Collapse Supernovae (4M-COCOS), Fukuoka, Japan, 21th October 2019
  3. Satoshi Eguchi,
    "SNEGRAF: Coherent Network Analysis on Your Web Browser!",
    Multi-dimensional Modeling and Multi-Messenger observation from Core-Collapse Supernovae (4M-COCOS), Fukuoka, Japan, 21th October 2019
  4. Ko Nakamura,
    "Neutron star kicks predicted from multi-dimensional CCSN simulation",
    Multi-dimensional Modeling and Multi-Messenger observation from Core-Collapse Supernovae (4M-COCOS), Fukuoka, Japan, 21th October 2019
  5. Satoshi Eguchi, Shota Shibagaki, Kazuhiro Hayama, Kei Kotake,
    "The recent developmental status of SNEGRAF: a web-based gravitational wave signal analyzer",
    Astronomical Data Analysis Software and Systems Conference XXIX, Groningen, the Netherlands, 6-10 October 2019