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Bridging Nuclear and Gravitational Physics: the Dense Matter Equation of State

Registration closed 22/05/2017.

Secretariat

Gian Maria Ziglio
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Monday, 5 June, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, 9 June, 2017 - 13:00
Location: 
ECT* Conference room
Abstract: 

The dense matter equation of state plays a central role in many aspects ranging from nuclear structure to astrophysical phenomena. However, its description remains up to today only partly known. From the nuclear physics side, the description of nuclear matter can put constraints on the neutron-star matter equation of state. From the astrophysical side, the study of the gravitational-wave emission from the merging of compact binary systems can help to infer properties of the dense matter in their interior. The recent detection of gravitational waves has triggered a lot of excitement. In particular, it is indicating that gravitational-wave observations of binaries involving neutron stars are within reach, with the exciting prospect of probing high-density matter physics through this fundamentally new observational approach. Timely scheduled, this workshop aims at stimulating collaborations between experts from the nuclear physics and gravitational astrophysics community, together with researchers devoted to the gravitationalwave data analysis. The goal is to provide input from all sides to constrain the dense matter equation of state.

Registration period: 
03 Apr 2017 to 21 May 2017
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Organizers

Andreas Bauswein Heidelberger Institut fur Theoretische Studien
James A. Clark Center for Relativistic Astrophysics School of Physics - Georgia Institute of Technology
James M. Lattimer Dep. of Phys. & Astronomy - Stony Brook

Attendees

Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
AndacIbrahim CeyhunIstanbul Technical UniversityTurkey
AnderssonNilsUniversity of SouthamptonUK
BaldoMarcelloINFNItaly
BanikSarmisthaBITS Pilani. HyderabadIndia
BausweinAndreasHITSGermany
BenharOmarINFN and Sapienza UniversityItaly
bernuzzisebastianoParma UItaly
CarboneAriannaTU DarmstadtGermany
ChamelNicolasUniversité Libre de BruxellesBelgium
ChatziioannouKaterinaCanadian Institute for Theoretical AstrophysicsCanada
CikintogluSercanIstanbul Technical UniversityTurkey
ClarkJamesGeorgia Institute of TechnologyUnited States
da Silva SchneiderAndreCalifornia Institute of TechnologyUSA
De PietriRobertoParma UniversityItaly
EndrizziAndreaUniversità degli studi di TrentoItaly
FabbriFrancesco MariaUniversity of TriesteItaly
FantinaAnthea FrancescaGrand Accélérateur National d'Ions Lourds (GANIL)France
GiacomazzoBrunoUniversity of TrentoItaly
Gonzalez-BoqueraClaudiaUniversity of BarcelonaSpain
GreifSvenjaTU DarmstadtGermany
GuercilenaFedericoInstitut für Theoretische Physik - Goethe-UniversitätGermany
HindererTanjaMax Planck Institute for Gravitational PhysicsGermany
HorowitzCharlesIndiana UniversityUSA
JankaHans-ThomasMax Planck Institute for AstrophysicsGermany
LackeyBenjaminAlbert Einstein Institute - PotsdamGermany
LattimerJamesStony Brook UniversityUSA
LazzaroClaudiaINFN-PadovaItaly
MaselliAndreaEberhard Karls University of TübingenGermany
PeregoAlbinoTU-DarmstadtGermany
RadiceDavidPrinceton UniversityUSA
RaveraLucreziaPolitecnico di TorinoItaly
ReddysanjayUniversity of WashingtonUSA
RezzollaLucianoInstitute for Theoretical PhysicsGermany
Rios HuguetArnauUniversity of SurreyUK
RizLucaUniversity of TrentoItaly
SchwenkAchimTU DarmstadtGermany
ShibataMasaruKyoto UniversityJapan
TewsIngoInstitute for Nuclear Theory SeattleUSA
TraversiSilviaDipartimento di Fisica e Scienze della Terra - Univ. FerraraItaly
VidanaIsaacUniversity of CoimbraPortugal
YagiKentPrinceton UniversityUnited States