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source: International Centre for Theoretical Sciences 2013年8月3日

PROGRAM LINK: http://www.icts.res.in/program/NRP2013

Numerical relativity deals with solving Einstein's field equations using supercomputers. Numerical relativity is an essential tool for the accurate modeling of a wide class of astrophysical phenomena, such as the collapse of massive stars (producing supernova explosions), merger of black holes or neutron stars (potentially producing gamma-ray bursts) and accreting black holes (in X-ray binaries or in galactic centers). Such high-energy astrophysical phenomena are prime targets for the upcoming gravitational-wave-, electromagnetic- and neutrino observatories.

This four-week long ICTS program includes a summer school on numerical relativity and a workshop on three interface areas (analytical relativity and gravitational-wave astronomy, neutrino physics, and high-energy astrophysics) of numerical relativity. This program aspires to develop an active Indian research community in this emerging research frontier by training students in the area and linking Indian research groups working on related areas to international numerical-relativity groups.

Thomas Baumgarte (1) - Numerical relativity: Mathematical formulation 1:31:48

Sascha Husa (1) - Introduction to theory and numerics of partial differential equations 1:25:17

Thomas Baumgarte (2) - Numerical relativity: Mathematical formulation 1:22:32

Sascha Husa (2) - Introduction to theory and numerics of partial differential equations 1:34:00

Thomas Baumgarte (3) - Numerical relativity: Mathematical formulation 1:24:09

Sascha Husa (3) - Introduction to theory and numerics of partial differential equations 1:30:57

Thomas Baumgarte (4) -Numerical relativity: Mathematical formulation 1:26:10

Sascha Husa (4) - Introduction to theory and numerics of partial differential equations 1:28:26

Sascha Husa (5) - Introduction to theory and numerics of partial differential equations 1:29:01

Thomas Baumgarte (5) - Numerical relativity: Mathematical formulation 1:22:09

David Neilsen (1) -Introduction to numerical hydrodynamics 1:25:07

Mark Hannam (1) - Advanced course in theory and numerics of partial differential equations 1:18:53

David Neilsen (2) - Introduction to numerical hydrodynamics 1:17:26

Mark Hannam (2) - Advanced course in theory and numerics of partial differential equations 1:28:02

David Neilsen (3) - Introduction to numerical hydrodynamics 1:16:59

Mark Hannam (3) - Advanced course in theory and numerics of partial differential equations 1:18:52

David Neilsen (4) -Introduction to numerical hydrodynamics 1:31:52

Mark Hannam (4) - Advanced course in theory and numerics of partial differential equations 1:18:16

21 June 01 Harald Pfeiffer Overview of current topics in numerical relativity 1:38:03

B S Sathyaprakash (1) - Overview of current topics in gravitational wave astronomy & astrophys 1:35:13

B S Sathyaprakash (2) - Overview of current topics in gravitational wave astronomy & astrophys 59:31

Masaru Shibata: Coalescence and explosion of compact neutron star binaries 1:09:08

Christian Ott: Modeling the Death of Massive Stars 1:11:49

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Marc Favata: Analytic approximation methods for gravitational wave astronomy 1:33:26

P Sreekumar: Astrosat: Project and science 1:00:48

Harald Pfeiffer: Numerical simulations of binary black holes 1:24:22

Sukanta Bose: Physics and astrophysics from networks of second generation gravitational wave 1:09:51

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