Superluminous Supernovae in the next decade

 

Week 1

 

Week 2

 

Week 3

 

Week 4

 

 

Week 1 (abstracts)

Friday,
5 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00
Coffee

CSM around SLSNe-l: H-poor SLSNe with late-time H-alpha emissions
Lin Yan

Coffee

High redshift superluminous supernovae surveys
Jeff Cooke

Tea and Discussion
Monday,
1 May
  Public Holiday
Tuesday,
2 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00
Coffee

Progenitors - review of the constraints
Stephen Smartt

Coffee

The evolution of massive stars as a function of mass, metallicity and initial rotational velocity
Alessandro Chieffi

Tea and Discussion
Wednesday,
3 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00

17:00
Coffee

Comparing superluminous supernovae in the ultra violet across the history of the Universe
Peter Brown

Coffee

Spectroscopy of Type l superluminous supernovae and possible relations to other stripped
Avishay Gal-Yam

Tea and Discussion

Bavarian Brotzeit
Thursday,
4 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00
Coffee

An alternative model for superluminous thermonuclear explosions
Peter Hoeflich

Coffee

How magnetars can make SLSN-R /
How can magnetars mimic the 56Ni decay?

Takashi Moriya

Tea and Discussion

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Week 2 (Abstracts)

Friday,
12 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30



14:00
Coffee

ASSASSN-15lh
Giorgos Leloudas

Coffee

Radiative transfer models of SLSNe powered by a magnetar, 56Ni power and interaction with circumstellar-material: Light curve and spectral properties
Luc Dessart

Tea and Discussion
Monday,
8 May
09:30

10:30



11:15

11:30


14:00
Coffee

DECam detection and Keck spectroscopy on ongoing high redshift superluminous supernovae

Christopher Curtin

Coffee

A sub-solar metallicity is required for superluminous supernovae progenitors
Janet Ting-Wan Chen

Tea and Discussion
Tuesday,
9 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00
Coffee

The deaths of very massive and supermassive stars

Alexander Heger

Coffee

Supernovae and Population lll surveys: SkyMapper
Daniela Carollo

Tea and Discussion
Wednesday,
10 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00

17:00
Coffee

SLSNe within the Dark Energy Survey
Charlotte Angus

Coffee

An observational view of SLSNe as pair-Instability supernovae
Ragnhild Lunnan

Tea and Discussion

Wine & Cheese
Thursday,
11 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00
Coffee

Energetics of the jets associated with GRBs and the ultra-long GRB/SLSN 2011kl
Andrew Fruchter

Coffee

Fitting the multi-band light curves of SLSNe
Matt Nicholl

The variety of PISN light curves (and discussion)
Sasha Kozyreva

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Week 3 (Abstracts)

Friday,
19 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30

Coffee

A search for superluminous supernovae from Pan-STARRS
Peter Blanchard

Coffee

SLSNe, core-collapse SNe and GRBs:
Can analogies and diversities bring us closer to the mechanisms and progenitors

Elena Pian
Monday,
15 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00
Coffee

The PS1/MDS SLSN sample
Ragnhild Lunnan

Coffee

Superluminous Supernova host galaxies in context
Daniel Perley

Tea and Discussion
Tuesday,
16 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00
Coffee

Pulsational pair - Instability models for UV bright superluminous supernovae
Ken'ichi Nomoto

Coffee

Superluminous supernovae in cosmology and/or as high redshift probes
Cosimo Inserra

Tea and Discussion
Wednesday,
17 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00

17:00
Coffee

SLSN polarimetry (with a bit of SUSHIES)
Girogos Leloudas

Coffee

Extracting information from the spectra of Type Ib/c SNe (including SLSNe)
Paolo Mazzali

Tea and Discussion

Bavarian Brotzeit
Thursday,
18 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00
Coffee

SLSN in galactic chemical evolution
Chiaki Kobayashi

Coffee

Modelling and interpretation of nebular spectra of SLSNe
Anders Jerkstrand

Tea and Discussion

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Week 4 (Abstracts)

Friday,
26 May
09:30

10:30
Coffee

Superluminous Supernovae in the next decade
Panel
Monday,
22 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30

14:00
Coffee

Superluminous supernovae and JWST
Daniel Whalen

Coffee

Are high redshift galaxy mergers factories factories for very massive stars?
Jeff Cooke

Tea and Discussion
Tuesday,
23 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00

18:00
Coffee

The chemical signature of the first stars in the Milky Way halo system
Daniela Carollo

Coffee

The DECamERON project
Jeremy Mould

Tea and Discussion

Social Dinner at HofbrÀukeller
Wednesday,
24 May
09:30

10:30


11:15

11:30



14:00

17:00
Coffee

Hydrodynamic effect of megnetar models
Melina Bersten

Coffee

The evolution of superluminous supernova LSQ14mo
and its interacting host galaxy system

Janet Ting-Wan Chen

Tea and Discussion

Wine & Cheese
Thursday,
25 May





9:30

10:30


11:15

11:30


14:00
Public Holiday
(Ascension Day)


Coffee

Multidimensional simulations of superluminous supernovae
Ke-Jung Chen

Coffee

Diversity and complexity in superluminous supernovae observables
Cosimo Inserra

Tea and Discussion

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(Deadline: 2 Aug. 2016)

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