Garching SN meeting
This is the group meeting for everyone interested in explosive transients of any kind.
The meetings take place on Thursday at 11 am on Zoom.
All announcements will be made via the mailing list
(firstname.lastname@example.org). Tell Stefan Taubenberger or Christian Vogl if you want to subscribe!
Rough guidelines for contributions:
You can either talk about your own research progress/hurdles/successes or present a recent paper.
Your talk should only fill 30 mins to leave time for ample discussion within the hour.
Contributions should be as informal as possible rather than seminar-type talks.
SN meeting talks in 2021
15.07.2021: Jason Spyromilio
on “Peculiar-velocity cosmology with Types Ia and II supernovae”
Stahl et al. 2021
08.07.2021: Suhail Dhawan
on “The Hubble Tension Bites the Dust: Sensitivity of the Hubble Constant Determination to Cepheid Color Calibration”
Mortsell et al. 2021
24.06.2021: Michael Gabler
on “The infancy of core-collapse supernova remnants”
Gabler et al. 2021
17.06.2021: Jana Bayer
on “HOLISMOKES - V. Microlensing of type II supernovae and time-delay inference through spectroscopic phase retrieval”
Bayer et al. 2021
22.04.2021: Emille Ishida
on “FINK, a new generation of broker for the LSST community“
Möller et al. 2021
15.04.2021: Bruno Leibundgut
on the Kavli-IAU White Paper “International Coordination of Multi-Messenger Transient Observations in the 2020s and Beyond” and on “The Young Supernova Experiment: Survey Goals, Overview, and Operations”
Cenko et al. 2020
; Jones et al. 2021
25.03.2021: James Gillanders
on “Constraints on the presence of platinum and gold in the spectra of the kilonova AT2017gfo”
Gillanders et al. 2021
18.03.2021: Bruno Leibundgut, Christian Vogl and Stefan Taubenberger
on the `adH0cc‘ (a
etermination of H0
ollapse SNe) programme
04.03.2021: Eirini Batziou
on “A moon-sized, highly magnetised and rapidly rotating white dwarf [that] may be headed toward collapse”
Caiazzo et al. 2020
11.02.2021: Barnabas Barna
on “SN 2019muj – a well-observed Type Iax supernova that bridges the luminosity gap of the class”
Barna et al. 2020
28.01.2021: Geza Csörnyei
on “Near-infrared Spectroscopic Diversity of Type II Supernovae”
Davis et al. 2019
21.01.2021: Andreas Flörs
on “An asymmetric explosion mechanism may explain the diversity of Si II linewidths in Type Ia supernovae”
Livneh et al. 2020
SN meeting talks in previous years: