24-28 February 2020
Karpacz, Poland
Europe/Berlin timezone

The 56 Karpacz Winter School in Theoretical Physics will be held during the last week of February of 2020. This school is framed as a PhD training school under the title Superfluidity and Transport for Multimessenger Physics of Compact Stars. 

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Europe/Berlin
Karpacz, Poland
Artus Hotel Karpacz.

Lecturers:  

  •  Mark Alford (Phys. Dept., Washington University St. Louis, USA)  "Dissipation and transport in neutron stars and mergers"   

 

  • Danai Antonopoulou (Nikolaus Copernicus Astronomical Centre, Warsaw, Poland) "Superfluid signatures in neutron star rotation"   

 

  • Aurel Bulgac (Phys. Dept., Washington State U., USA) "Density functional approach to superfluid systems"

 

  • Nicolas Chamel (Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium) "Probing nuclear superfluidity with neutron stars"

 

  • Eckhard Krotscheck (Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria and SUNY, Buffalo, USA)   "Many-body computations of pairing in neutron matter, EoS of nuclear matter from Correlated Basis Functions" 

 

  • Cristina Manuel (Instituto de Ciencias del Espacio (IEEC-CSIC) of Barcelona, Spain)  "Relativistic chiral kinetic theory , transport methods in quantum field theories"             

 

  • Adriana R. Raduta (Horia Hulubei National Institute, Bucharest, Romania)   "Thermal evolution of neutron stars and the role of their superfluidity"                                                                      

Organizers:

Armen Sedrakian  (Uni. Wroclaw, Poland and FIAS, Germany, Chair)

David Blaschke (Uni. Wroclaw, Poland and JINR, Russia)

Tobias Fischer (Uni. Wroclaw, Poland)

Ian Jones (Uni. Southampton, UK)

Bryn Haskell (CAMK, Poland)

Constanca Providencia (Uni. Coimbra, Portugal)

News:

22. 05. 2019  Web page of the school published

19. 06. 2019   Registration open

Sponsors:  COST Action CA16214 "PHAROS"

COST is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020

 

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