August 29, 2017 First circular. Web page opens.
September 21, 2017 Final circular.
September 29, 2017 Participants updated.
November 30, 2017 Talk slide uploaded.
Supernova remnants (SNRs) are the most energetic objects in the Galactic disk, and have been observed at various wavelengths from radio to gamma-rays. One of the most spectacular features of SNRs is the fast moving expanding shells whose velocity is measured ~3000-5000 km/s. Recent observations of the shells in X-rays as well as radio continuum emission have provided a wealth of information on their physical/kinematical properties. It is also remarkable that the dense interstellar medium interacting with the shells is likely playing a key role to produce X- and gamma-rays as shown by comparisons with HI/CO and dust emission. Theoretical works on cosmic-ray acceleration/escaping in SNRs are unveiling details of cosmic-ray acceleration/propagation by magneto-hydro-dynamical numerical simulations which will be compared with observations. In this workshop, we invite observers and theorists in order to stimulate active interaction and exchange of ideas on SNRs.
Designated Assistant Professor
Institute for Advanced Research, Nagoya University
First circular: August 29, 2017
Workshop final program: September 21, 2017
SNR Workshop 2017: September 28-29, 2017
Hidetoshi Sano (Nagoya University)
Satoshi Yoshiike (Nagoya University)
Yasuo Fukui (Nagoya University)
1. SNR RX J1713 Suzaku X-ray image superposed with the NANTEN2 CO contours (Sano et al. 2013, ApJ, 778, 59).
2. SNR IC443 composite image (NASA/DOE/Fermi LAT Collaboration, NOAO/AURA/NSF, JPL-Caltech/UCLA).
3. SNR RCW 86 X-ray image (Chandra: NASA/CXC/Univ. of Utrecht/J.Vink et al.; XMM-Newton: ESA/Univ. of Utrecht/J.Vink et al. ).
4. Magellanic SNR N49 (NASA/CXC/Caltech/S.Kulkarni et al.).
5. Difference X-ray image between 2000 and 2007 observations toward Tyco’s SNR (Katsuda et al. 2010, ApJ, 709, 1387).
6. SNR W44 Suzaku X-ray image (Uchida et al. 2012, PASJ, 64, 141).
7. 2D PIC simulation of the SNR shocks (Ohira et al. 2009, ApJ, 698, 445).
8. 3D MHD simulation of the SNR shocks Propagating into the inhomogeneous ISM (Shimoda et al. 2015, ApJ, 803, 98).