The predictive power of computational astrophysics

Symposium

362

as a discovery tool

 

Invited Speakers (per session)

  1. Strong gravity: accretion disks, jets, BH- & NS binaries, gravitational waves

  2. 1Rainer Weiss (USA)

  3. 2Feng Yuan (China)

  4. 3Stephan Rosswog (Sweden)

  5. 4Masaru Shibata (Germany)


Large-scale structure, galaxy formation & evolution

  1. 5Mark Vogelsberger (USA)

  2. 6Annalisa Pillepich (Germany)

  3. 7Tom Abel (USA)

  4. 8Kathryn Johnston (USA)


Star formation and the interstellar medium

  1. 9Ralf Klessen (Germany)

  2. 10Volker Bromm (USA)

  3. 11Patrick Hennebelle (France)

  4. 12Lisa Kewley (Australia)


Stellar evolution including supernova and common-envelope binaries

  1. 13Ana Ines Gomez de Castro (Spain)

  2. 14Thomas Janka (Germany)

  3. 15Corinne Charbonnel (Switzertland)

  4. 16Tomoya Takiwaki (Japan)

  5. 17Natasha Ivanova (Canada)


Solar and exoplanetary systems

  1. 18Alexander Kosovichev (USA)

  2. 19Alessandro Morbidelli (France)

  3. 20Nick Pogorelov (USA)

  4. 21Alain Lecavelier des Etang (France)


New computational tools and data mining

  1. 22Anthony Mezzacappa (USA)

  2. 23Sergey Klimenko (USA)

  3. 24Anthony Brown (The Netherlands)

  4. 25Russ Taylor (South Africa)

June 8 - 12 2020

Chamonix, France