SN neutrinos at the crossroads: astrophysics, oscillations, and detection
The next Galactic supernova (SN) would be a once in a lifetime event for particle astrophysics, offering a unique opportunity for a multi-messenger detection of gravitational waves, neutrinos of all flavors, and multi-wavelength photons. The aim of the workshop is to review and discuss the recent advances in the study of SN neutrinos and future perspectives, ranging from SN simulations, neutrino oscillations, nucleosynthesis, gravitational waves, and SN neutrino experimental searches. The workshop is structured to address these broad issues in a synergistic interdisciplinary way and to stimulate discussions and collaborations among scientists working on SN neutrinos from different perspectives.
- Core-collapse simulations
- Microphysics of supernova core
- Stellar nucleosynthesis
- Neutrino flavor conversions
- Exotic particle emissions
- Neutrino detection strategies