Multi-scale ambient energy deposition from Supernovae²
We will explore multi-scale Type II SNe energy deposition into the ambient medium.
Can we construct a self-consistent picture of energy deposition into the ISM that satisfies multi-scale observations? Is the efficiency of deposition averaged at different scales consistent with all these observations? e.g. an average 100 pc scales viable or sufficient to explain galactic out flows? Can we come up with new observations/predictions that can constrain the physics that is assumed at small (pc) and large (kpc) scales?
Facilitator: Professor Enrico Ramirez-Ruiz (UC Santa Cruz, USA and NBI)
Organizers: Chiara Biscara (DARK) and Jesus Zavala Franco (DARK)
- Christa Gall (Aarhus U., Denmark)
- Jill Naiman (Harvard-CFA, USA)
- Laura Lopez (Ohio State U, USA)
- Ryan Foley (U Illinois, USA)
- Selma de Mink (U Amsterdam, Netherlands)
- Thomas Janka (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Germany)
- Thorsten Naab (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Germany)
- and staff and students at DARK and the Astrophysics and Planetary Sciences at the Niels Bohr Institute.