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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 and in-person at the old MPA lecture hall (401). All announcements will be made via the mailing list (garching_sn_meeting@eso.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 2022

  • 09.06.2022: Luc Dessart, on “Modeling the signatures of interaction in Type II supernovae: UV emission, high-velocity features, broad-boxy profiles”
    Dessart et al. 2022
  • 02.06.2022: Geza Csoernyei, on “Progenitor and close-in circumstellar medium of type II supernova 2020fqv from high-cadence photometry and ultra-rapid UV spectroscopy”
    Tinyanont et al. 2022
  • 19.05.2022: Marc Williamson, on “Reconstructing Exploded Stars: Constraining Helium Mass in Stripped Supernovae”
  • 05.05.2022: Jason Spyromilio, on “Connecting Infrared Surface Brightness Fluctuation Distances to Type Ia Supernova Hosts: Testing the Top Rung of the Distance Ladder”
    Garnavich et al. 2022
  • 21.04.2022: Rachel Bruch, on “Flash spectroscopy and the environment of massive stars: what we can learn from the first week of a supernova”
  • 24.03.2022: Claudia Gutierrez, on “The double-peaked Type Ic supernova 2019cad: another SN 2005bf-like object”
    Gutierrez et al. 2021
  • 17.03.2022: Sasha Kozyreva, on “Low-luminosity supernovae: SN 2005cs and SN 2020cxd as very low-energy iron core-collapse explosions”
    Kozyreva et al. 2022
  • 10.03.2022: James Gillanders, on “Modelling the spectra of the kilonova AT2017gfo – I: The photospheric epochs”
    Gillanders et al. 2022
  • 03.03.2022: Martin Mayer, on “A global view of shocked plasma in the supernova remnant Puppis A provided by SRG/eROSITA”
    Mayer et al. 2021
  • 24.02.2022: SN 1987A birthday celebration with Dietrich Baade (ESO), Patrice Bouchet (CEA Saclay), John Danziger (INAF Trieste), Thomas Janka (MPA), Bruno Leibundgut (ESO), Ewald Mueller (MPA), Jason Spyromilio (ESO), Nick Suntzeff (TAMU)
  • 17.02.2022: Georgios Dimitriadis, on “SN 2021zny: A Super-Chandrasekhar SN Ia with an early flux excess”
  • 10.02.2022: Christian Vogl, on “Strongly Lensed Supernova Refsdal: Refining Time Delays Based on the Supernova Explosion Models”
    Baklanov et al. 2021
  • 03.02.2022: No meeting, IMPRS workshop
  • 27.01.2022: Robert Farmer, on “Predictions for the hydrogen-free ejecta of pulsational pair-instability supernovae”
    Renzo, Farmer et al. 2020
  • 20.01.2022: Daniel Kresse, Magnetar formation scenarios that are currently “on the market“
  • 13.01.2022: Christine Collins on “Double detonations of sub-MCh CO white dwarfs: Can different core and He shell masses explain variations of Type Ia supernovae?”
    Gronow, Collins et al. 2021

SN meeting talks in 2021

  • 02.12.2021: Geza Csoernyei, Distances to sibling supernovae
  • 18.11.2021: Andreas Flörs on “The Whisper of a Whimper of a Bang: 2400 Days of the Type Ia SN 2011fe Reveals the Decay of  55 Fe”
    Tucker et al. 2021
  • 11.11.2021: Chris Ashall, Carnegie supernova project observations of 2003fg-like or Chandrasekhar mass SNe Ia
  • 8.11.2021 (additional meeting): Jack O'Brien, Reconstructing Explosions of Type Ia Supernovae
  • 04.11.2021: no meeting, Ringberg workshop
  • 28.10.2021: Steve Schulze, Is SN2018ibb a pair-instability supernova?
  • 21.10.2021: Jana Bayer, master colloquium
  • 23.09.2021: Alexander Holas, master colloquium
  • 22.07.2021: Alexandra (Sasha) Kozyreva on pulsational pair-instability SNe
  • 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
  • 01.07.2021: No meeting because of the EAS annual meeting
  • 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
  • 10.06.2021: Sherry Suyu on “Supernova and Cosmology with Gravitational Lensing”
  • 27.05.2021: Janet Chen on “Dust in the superluminous SN 2018bsz”
  • 20.05.2021: Stéphane Blondin on “Stable nickel production in Type Ia supernovae: A smoking gun for the progenitor mass?”
  • 06.05.2021: Alexandra (Sasha) Kozyreva on Pair-Instability Supernovae (PISNe)
  • 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
  • 08.04.2021: Patrick Neunteufel on the “Helium distribution in double degenerate mergers resulting from the hot subdwarf channel”
  • 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‘ (accurate determination of H0 with core-collapse SNe) programme
    adH0cc webpage
  • 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
  • 18.02.2021: Rüdiger Pakmor on mergers of a primary CO white dwarf with a secondary hybrid HeCO white dwarf
  • 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:

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