Luogo: Aula Galilei - Plesso Fisico
Relatore: Prof. Michele Zanolin - Embry-Riddle University (Arizona)
E-mail organizzatore: email@example.com
The detection of gravitational waves from core collapse supernovae (CCSN)
could elucidate fundamental physics questions like the driving mechanism of the shock wave.
In this talk I will describe the activities of the Ligo and Virgo collaborations to detect
GW from CCSNe. The role of electromagnetic observations both in terms of narrowing the
interval to search into as well as including robust features of the GWs in the constrained
likelihood detection statistics will be described. A review of current emission models,
detection ranges, and coordinations with the astronomical community will also be provided.
In the second part of the presentation I will describe the approaches to perform waveform
reconstruction and progenitor identification.
Dipartimento di Scienze Matematiche, Fisiche e Informatiche
Parco Area delle Scienze, 7/A