The workshop will be held at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia.
Science talks will be held on 28th Nov - 2nd Dec. In addition to the invited talks, there will be a large number of slots for contributed talks. This meeting will be in hybrid format with participants both in person and on zoom. There will be no registration fee.
The deadline for registration and abstract submission is 1st Oct.
Driven by the seminal observations of black hole and neutron star binary mergers, the field of gravitational wave science has expanded tremendously since 2015. Core-collapse supernovae are one of the next great challenges for gravitational wave astronomy. A nearby supernova will be an opportunity to combine the recently demonstrated power of concurrent observations in photons and gravitational waves with the diagnostic potential of neutrinos that already proved itself 35 years ago during the explosion of SN 1987A, tying together two of the groundbreaking successes in multi-messenger astronomy. The huge potential of a once-in-a-lifetime event in our cosmic vicinity is complemented by the swelling stream of data on more distant transients and supernova remnants. Fully exploiting these opportunities requires a comprehensive view of supernova dynamics, stellar evolution, and the capabilities of instruments and data analysis techniques. To this end, this conference seeks to bring together theorists and observers working in the field to address the current challenges in supernova modelling, phenomenology, and observations.
Please find full details and how to register on the conference website: https://sites.google.com/monash.edu/supernova2022