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Progenitors of Type Ia supernovae
05 Aug 2019 • Lijiang, Yunnan Province, China
Progenitors of SNe Ia — Progenitors of Type Ia Supernovae
05 Aug 2019 - 09 Aug 2019 • Lijiang, China
The nature of the progenitors of Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia) has remained unclear though SNe Ia play a vital role in many areas of modern astrophysics. Numerous progenitor models have been proposed in the past, including the single-degenerate (SD) model, the double-degenerate (DD) model, the sub-Chandrasekhar mass model, and quite a few variants of these. The progenitor debate has remained heated in recent years as new observations, new explosion simulations and new supernova models have provided a wealth of new, sometimes contradictory constraints; different population synthesis models also make different predictions, although - with standard assumptions - they generally do not produce the required rates in either the Chandrasekhar-mass SD or DD model. On the other hand, there has been doubt whether sub-Chandrasekhar models can reproduce the observed properties of the majority of SN Ia explosions. Different observational constraints seem to favour different progenitor models. This conference is held to deepen our understanding of the progenitors of SNe Ia, to elucidate the connection between the progenitors and the observed properties of SNe Ia and their remnants and to provide a pathway of how to ultimately resolve the debate.
Phone: [+86-871-63920139, +86-13698755218]; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Observations of SNe Ia, Supernova Remnants and Surviving Companions, Signatures of the CS environment and Companion Constraints, Progenitor models, Explosion models, Nucleosynthesis and Chemical, Enrichment, Binary Population Synthesis, Progenitor Evolution and Supernova Cosmology
From AGN to Starburst: A Multi-wavelength synergy
12 Aug 2019 • Guiyang, China
Gravity meets Plasma Workshop
19 Aug 2019 • Kunming, China
KIAA Forum on Gas in Galaxies "Multiple-phase Interstellar medium: Probing the Activities and Power Engines from Local to Distant Universe"
09 Sep 2019 • Beijing, China
Mapping Central Regions of Active Galactic Nuclei
19 Sep 2019 • Guilin, China
The Milky Way 2019: LAMOST and Other Leading Surveys
14 Oct 2019 • Yichang, Hubei, China
Cosmic Evolution of Quasars: from the First Light to Local Relics
21 Oct 2019 • Beijing, China
Galaxy Angular Momentum Alignment 2019
21 Oct 2019 • Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
TMT Science Forum 2019 — Science synergies in the era of the Thirty-Meter-Telescope
04 Nov 2019 • Xiamen, China
The TMT Science Forum is the prime opportunity to learn about the Thirty-Meter-Telescope, get an update on its design and construction, discuss its science capabilities, and become involved in shaping the observatory's future.
First Shanghai Assembly on Cosmology and Galaxy Formation
04 Nov 2019 • Shanghai, China
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Last updated: 27 June 2019