We are pleased to announce the first TCAN "Advancing Computational Methods to Understand the Dynamics of Ejection, Accretion, Winds and Jets in Neutron Star Mergers" Collaboration workshop. The workshop to be held at the Rochester Institute of Technology on June 19 through June 21, and it will provide an opportunity for all TCAN researchers and students to discuss face-to-face the collaboration projects, and discuss future developments.
The workshop will be overlapping with the 2019 North American Workshop on its first day with the purpose of exposing the broader community to our projects overall scientific goals.
Our program is available here.
|Wednesday (6/19) (BNS)||Thursday (6/20) (TCAN Status)||Friday (6/21) (TCAN future)|
|9:30 AM||David Radice||Manuela Campanelli (TCAN overview) part 1, part 2||Tsvi Piran (Hebrew U, astrophysics of EM counterparts, skype)|
|10:00 AM||Zach Etienne (BNS with IGM)||Julian Krolik (JHU site PI overview)||Richard O'Shaughnessy (RIT, Update on LIGO astrophysics)|
|10:30 AM||Bruno Giacomazzo (BNS with WhiskyMHD)||Zach Etienne (WVU site PI overview)||Mark Avara (PWMHD results)|
|11:30 AM||Riccardo Ciolfi (BNS simulations)||Jeremy Schnittman (GSFC site PI overview) part 1, part 2||Riccardo Ciolfi (U. Padova, astrophysics)|
|12:00 PM||Philipp Moesta||WGT1 (Joshua Faber, ID Lorene)||Round Table on Astrophysics|
|12:30 PM||Lunch Break||Lunch Break||Lunch Meeting|
|1:00 PM||Lunch Break||Lunch Break||Lunch Meeting|
|1:30 PM||Lunch Break||Lunch Break||Lunch Meeting|
|2:00 PM||Thomas Baumgarte (Curvilinear GR)||sLVC/WGT3 (Yosef Zlochower,BNS simulation progress reports)||Round Table on BNS projects (Zach Etienne)|
|2:30 PM||Scott Noble (BNS with TCAN/Harm3D)||WGT2 (Scott Noble, Neutrino, progress report)||Round Table on Postmerger projects (Bernard Kelly)|
|3:00 PM||Coffee Break||WGT5 (Brendan Drachler, Progress report)||Round Table on Microphysics (Scott Noble)|
|3:30 PM||Dennis Bowen (HarmNR)||Coffee Break||Wrap-up on Year 2 goals|
|4:00 PM||Round Table, Future Directions Panel 1||WGT4 (Jeremy Schnittman Ray-Tracing)|
|4:30 PM||Round Table, Future Directions Panel 2||New Codes and Developments (Vassilios Mewes and Federico Cipolletta)|
|5:00 PM||Round Table, Future Directions Panel 3|
|6:30 PM||Group Party|
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Mark Avara (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Dennis Bowen (Los Alamos)
Manuela Campanelli (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Riccardo Ciolfi (INAF, Padova)
Federico Cipolletta (U. Trento)
Zachariah Etienne (West Virginia University)
Joshua Faber (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Bruno Giacomazzo (U. Trento Italy)
Bernard Kelly (NASA-GSFC)
Julian Krolik (Johns Hopkins University)
Vassilios Mewes (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Philip Moesta (Berkeley)
Scott Noble (NASA-GSFC, University of Tulsa)
Richard O'Shaughnessy (Rochester Institute of Technology)
Tsvi Piran (Hebrew University)
David Radice (Princeton, Penn State)
Enrico Ruiz-Ramirez (UC Santa Cruz)
Jeremy Schnitman (NASA-GSFC)
When: Wednesday, June 19, 2019 to Friday, June 21, 2019
Where: Golisano Hall - Rm. 1400 20 Lomb Memorial Dr., Rochester, NY 14623.
Registration: To sign up for this conference, please use the link here.
Registrations fees: $50 Faculty, $30 Students, $30 Postdocs
Travel: To plan your trip to this conference, please click here.
Lodging: The official hotel for the workshop is the Radisson Hotel Rochester Airport, which is adjacent to the RIT campus. To reserve a room, follow this link and use promo code ETKBRE.The deadline for hotel room reservations is May 24, 2019.
More information will be posted as it becomes available.
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This workshop is sponsored by NASA grant "Advancing Computational Methods to Understand the Dynamics of Ejection, Accretion, Winds and Jets in Neutron Star Mergers" NNH17ZDA001N-TCAN-17-TCAN17-0018 80NSSC18K1488 and by the Center for Computational Relativity and Gravitation.