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Chemical Elements as Tracers of the Evolution of the Cosmos

Electron-Capture-Initiated Stellar Collapse. (20-24 May 2019, Leiden, Netherlands)

One of the primary goals of stellar astrophysics is to connect the initial properties of stars to the remnants they leave behind. The evolution of the subset of stellar systems that experience a collapse initiated by electron-capture reactions is rich, complex and uncertain.  In particular, this workshop aims to strengthen our theoretical understanding of the type and properties of the remnants of electron-capture supernovae and accretion-induced collapse.
  • Electron-Capture-Initiated Stellar Collapse. (20-24 May 2019, Leiden, Netherlands)
  • 2019-05-20T09:00:00+02:00
  • 2019-05-24T17:00:00+02:00
  • One of the primary goals of stellar astrophysics is to connect the initial properties of stars to the remnants they leave behind. The evolution of the subset of stellar systems that experience a collapse initiated by electron-capture reactions is rich, complex and uncertain.  In particular, this workshop aims to strengthen our theoretical understanding of the type and properties of the remnants of electron-capture supernovae and accretion-induced collapse.
  • When 20 May, 2019 09:00 AM to 24 May, 2019 05:00 PM (Europe/Paris / UTC200)
  • Where Lorentz center, Leiden, Netherlands
  • Attendees Dr Carolyn Doherty; Mr Dag Fahlin Strömberg; Dr Alina Istrate; Prof Gabriel Martinez-Pinedo; Dr Mathieu Renzo; Dr Lionel Siess
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