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Evento Id: 262
Dove: Cefalù,Sicily (Italy)
Data & Ora: 13-06-2011 10:00 (durata: 5 days)
Titolo: Cefalù 2011: Advances in Computational Astrophysics: methods, tools and outcomes

         "Advances in Computational Astrophysics: methods, tools and outcomes"

                         June 13 - 17 2011
                      Cefalu', Sicily (Italy)



Scientific Rationale

Contemporary ground-based and space telescopes are fundamental tools for the
study of the Cosmos. However, without a deep knowledge of the underlying
physical processes, telescopes alone cannot help us to understand the
physical Universe, the main topic of Astrophysics. Due to the complexity of
the physical phenomena involved, from the atomic and molecular scales up to
the large scales of the cosmic structures, as well as to the pervasive  
of gravity as a fundamental engine acting on all the spatial scales, this
knowledge may be obtained  through the use of massive simulations.
This is made true thanks to the concurrent progress of computing machines and
software. In this workshop, we intend to gather some of the most  
active researchers
in various fields of computational Astrophysics (such as Stellar Formation and
Evolution, Supernovae, Stellar Systems, Compact Interacting Objects, etc.)
to talk about specific and common methods used in their studies, as well as
about results and the way to  make them available to the scientific

Scientific Topics:

- Fundamental physical processes (transport, advection, convection, etc.);
- Stars: formation, evolution and final phases;
- Supernovae and progenitors;
- Compact interacting objects and gravitational waves;
- Stellar systems: from small to large N-body problems;Â
- Large-scale Structure;
- Supercomputing methods and visualization tools.



D. Arnett (Univ. of Arizona, USA),
W. Benz (Univ. of Bern, CH),
S. Borgani (Univ. di Trieste, Italy),
R. Capuzzo Dolcetta (Univ. of Roma La Sapienza, Italy, co-chair),
A. Chieffi (INAF-IASF, Roma, Italy),
J. Isern (IEEC-CSIC, Barcelona, Spain),
M. Limongi (INAF-OAR, Roma, Italy, co-chair),
A. Mezzacappa (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA),
J. Monaghan (Monash Univ., Aus),
B. Moore (ETH, Zurich, CH),
E. Mueller (MPI, Garching, DE),
L. Rezzolla (AEI, Potsdam, DE),
R. Rosner (Univ. of Chicago, USA),
T. Theuns (ICC, Durham, UK),
A. Tornambe' (INAF-OAR, Roma, Italy)


L. Burderi (Univ. of Cagliari, Italy),
T. Di Salvo (Univ. of Palermo, Italy),
G. Giobbi (INAF-OAR, Roma, Italy) ,
F. Lupinacci (Univ. of Roma La Sapienza, Italy)

Scientific Program:
There will be a number of invited talks (see the conference website
for the list of confirmed invited speakers) offering an overview of
the various topics, as well as contributed talks and posters.
Information on abstract submission can be found at
the conference website  

We plan to publish the conference proceedings with one of the main  
scientific publishers.

The list of confirmed invited speakers and a preliminary programme
will be made available on the conference website soon.

We warmly invite interested people to fill the preregistration form in  
the conference website.

General Information

The Conference will be held in Cefalu', a beautiful ancient and
touristic town located on the northern cost of Sicily, about
70 km east of Palermo.
It will take place from Monday, June 13 until Friday, June 17 in the
Sala delle Capriate of the Historical Cefalu' Town Hall in the
historical center of Cefalu', facing the Arab-Norman Cathedral (Duomo).
Part of the conference will also be hosted in the close-by Sala S. Caterina
(poster sessions and coffee breaks).
Computers and web facilities will be available in the rooms of the
historical building hosting the Fondazione Mandralisca. The two buildings
are close to each other.

For general information about Cefalu', please consult the links of the
conference website:


See the conference web site

Refer also to the two conference chairmen:

Dep. of Physics, Univ. of Roma La Sapienza, Italy
Phone: +39-06-49914535
Fax:   +39-06-4857697

INAF, Astronomical Observatory of Roma, Italy
Phone: +39-06-94286443
Fax:   +39-06-9447243

Tipo di Evento: Workshop
Link: link
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