Scientific Programme

The Scientific Program of the IAUS 331 Symposium is comprised of 7 sessions, for a total of 74 talks including 55 Contributed (15+5 min) and 19 Invited (25+5 min), and 11 posters. The detailed final program can be found here and the booklet of abstracts is available there. Please note that requests for talks and posters are welcome through the Abstract submission page before November 15th, 2016. Visit the Posters page for more information.

M. Renaud Introductory/Welcome talk (slides)
Massive stars as Supernova progenitors
R. Hirschi The Progenitors of Core-Collapse Supernovae (slides)
N. Sravan Single versus binary star progenitors of Type IIb supernovae (slides)
A. Ray Evolution and explosions of stars leading to type IIP or IIb supernovae through MESA and SNEC (slides)
C. Kilpatrick The Type IIb Supernova 2016gkg and Its Remarkable Blue Progenitor (slides)
Y.-H. Chu CSI in Supernova Remnants (slides)
F. Sutaria Unveiling the structure of the progenitors of type II-P Supernovae through multi-waveband observations (slides)
C. Thöne Outbursts of evolved massive stars: SN 2015bh and its relatives (slides)
R. Walter Fermi acceleration under control: eta Carinae (slides)
Supernova explosion mechanisms
C. Fryer Observational Constraints on the Supernova Engine (slides)
N. Afsariardchi Hydrodynamic Simulations of Axisymmetric Supernovae Explosion (slides)
A. Wongwathanarat Linking 3D CCSN simulations with observations (slides)
E. O’Connor Three Dimensional Simulations of Core-Collapse Supernovae in FLASH (slides)
A. Heger Explosion and Nucleosynthesis of Massive and Very Massive Stars (slides)
N. Soker Jets in supernovae and SNRs (slides)
H. Sawai Magnetically assisted explosions of weakly magnetized stars (slides)
R. Kazeroni Incidence of stellar rotation on the explosion mechanism of massive stars (slides)
J. Guilet How to form a millisecond magnetar ? Magnetic field amplification in protoneutron stars (slides)
L. Massé The Marine Reserve of La Réunion (slides)
Supernovae as stellar explosive outcomes
P. Chandra Constraints on the progenitors from radio and X-ray observations of core collapse supernovae (slides)
E. Kundu Constraining magnetic field amplification in SN shocks using radio observations of SNe 2011fe and 2014J (slides)
M. Bietenholz Supernova 1986J: a Neutron Star or Black Hole in the Center? (slides)
D. Tsvetkov Spatial distribution of different subtypes of Core-Collapse and Thermonuclear Supernovae in the galaxies (slides)
S. Valenti
Massive Stars explosions (slides)
Y. Ohtani Properties of X-ray emission of an aspherical shock breakout (slides)
A. de Ugarte Postigo The diversity of GRBs and their supernovae: GRB-SN, kilonovae and SN-less GRBs (slides)
K. Misra Radioactive decay of GRB-SNe at late-times (slides)
Y. Gallant Constraining pulsar birth properties with supernova X-ray observations (slides)
D. Torres The impact of reverberation on pulsars of low spin-down power: A rotationally-powered magnetar nebula around Swift 1834.9-0846 (slides)
Supernova outcomes and impacts
A. Decourchelle
Supernova remnants dynamics (slides)
M. Gabler The infancy of supernova remnants: evolving a supernova into its remant in 3D (slides)
S. Orlando Bridging the gap between SNe and their remnants through multi-dimensional hydrodynamic modeling (slides & movies 1, 2, 3)
I. Seitenzahl MUSE Integral Field Observation of the Oxygen-rich SNR 1E0102 (slides)
M. Sun
Ultraviolet Extinction of a Few Supernova Remnants (slides)
S. Katsuda Detections of Thermal X-Ray Emission and Proper Motions in RX J1713.7-3946 (slides)
E. Egron High-resolution imaging of SNR IC443 and W44 with the Sardinia Radio Telescope at 7 GHz (slides)
A. Pellizzoni Evidence for a wide electron spectra scatter among different SNR regions from high radiofrequency observations (slides)
Nayana A.J. 325 MHz and 610 MHz Radio Counterparts of SNR G353.6-0.7 a.k.a. HESS J1731-347 (slides)
B. Grefenstette Bringing the High Energy Sky into Focus: NuSTAR’s View of Supernova Remnants (slides)
R. Diehl Gamma ray line measurements from supernova explosions (slides)
H.-T. Janka 3D Supernova Explosion Models for the Production and Distribution of 44Ti and 56Ni in Cassiopeia A (slides)
T. Ikeda Discovery of Titanium-K Lines in the Northeastern Jet of Cas A (slides)
Poster session
C.-J. Li
Characterization of Supernova Remnants in M83 (slides)
P.-S. Ou Multi-wavelength Characterization of Type Ia Supernova Remnants (slides)
S. Loru High-resolution spectral imaging of Supernova Remnants IC443 and W44 at 22 GHz with the Sardinia Radio Telescope (slides)
P. Bhattacharjee Investigating the region of 3C397 in High Energy Gamma-rays (slides)
J. Devin
Disentangling the hadronic from the leptonic emission in the composite SNR G326.3-1.8 (slides)
R. Simoni Upper limits on gamma-ray emission from SNe serendipitously observed with H.E.S.S. (slides)
M. Baes 3D dust radiative transfer simulations of SN1987A (slides)
N. Kawanaka Cosmic-Ray Lithium Production in the Nova Ejecta (slides)
S. Shan Measuring Distances to the Galactic Supernova Remnants Using Red Clump Stars (slides)
M. Zhang MHD Simulation of Supernova Remnants (slides)
F. Sutaria Supernova Remnants with Astrosat (slides)
Particle acceleration & Origin of Cosmic Rays
F. Donato
Cosmic ray astroparticle physics: current status and future perspectives (slides)
G. Morlino The SNR-CR connection: a modern prospective (slides)
M. Baring X-ray Synchrotron Polarization from Turbulent Plasmas in Supernova Remnants (slides)
S. Knezevic Balmer-dominated shocks in Tycho’s SNR: omnipresence of CRs (slides)
O. Kobzar
Spatio-temporal evolution of the nonresonant Bell’s instability in the precursors of young supernova remnant shocks (slides)
J. Niemiec Nonrelativistic perpendicular shocks modeling young supernova remnants through kinetic simulations (slides)
A. Bohdan Turbulent magnetic reconnection and particle acceleration at nonrelativistic shocks of young supernova remnants (slides)
O. Petruk Linking SNe and SNRs. Time-dependent injection in SN 1987A and gamma-ray emission of IC 443 (slides)
SN 1987A, 30 years later
C. Fransson
SN 1987A at 30 years (slides)
V. Kashyap X-raying the evolution of SN 1987A (slides & movie)
M. Miceli Investigating the origin of the X-ray emission from SN 1987A (slides)
M. Matsuura ALMA observations of Molecules in Supernova 1987A (slides)
P. Martin
Particle accelerators in the Large Magellanic Cloud (slides)
N. Komin H.E.S.S. Observations of the Large Magellanic Cloud (slides)
G. Zanardo The Radio Remnant of Supernova 1987A – A Broader View (slides)
P. Cigan High-resolution observations of dust in SN1987A (slides)
G. Raffelt Supernova 1987A and the Birth of Neutrino Astronomy (slides)
R. Kirshner SN 1987A: The Supernova of a Lifetime (slides)
Multi-wavelength/-messenger data on SNe & SNRs
J. McEnery
Supernova Remnants and high and very high energy gamma-ray observations (slides)
J. Ballet Understanding X-ray and gamma-ray emission of RX J1713.7-3946 (slides)
X. Zhang The role of the diffusive protons in the gamma-ray emission of SNR RX J1713.7-3946 (slides)
Y. Fukui The origin of gamma rays in RX J1713.7-3946 and the other shell-like SNRs; evidence for the dominant contribution of the hadronic gamma-rays (slides)
H. Lee
Now and the Future of Broadband SNR Models (slides)
F. de Palma Fermi LAT observations of Supernova Remnants (slides)
B. Liu The GeV Gamma-Ray Emission Detected by Fermi-LAT Adjacent to SNR Kesteven 41 (slides)
S. Masuda Overview of VHE gamma-ray emission from the SNRs detected by MAGIC (slides)
R. Chaves VHE gamma-rays from the remnants of Galactic core-collapse supernovae (slides)
I. Sushch Morphology studies and resolved spectroscopy of the Vela Jr. Supernova remnant with H.E.S.S. (slides)
K. Kotake Multimessenger predictions from 3D Core-Collapse Supernova Models (slides)
I. Tamborra Supernova lessons from low- and high-energy neutrinos (slides)
S. Razzaque Are supernova remnants in the Galaxy and star-forming regions sources of high-energy neutrinos? (slides)
V. Kulikovskiy ANTARES and KM3NeT programs for the supernova neutrino detection (slides)
A. Ingallinera Synergy SKA-CTA: supernova remnants as cosmic accelerators (slides)
V. Tatischeff e-ASTROGAM : towards a new space mission for gamma-ray astronomy (slides)