Conferenciant: Dr. Gustavo Romero. Instituto Argentino de Radioastronomía (IAR - CONICET)
LLoc: Seminari planta 7, Departament d'Astronomia i Meteorologia, Facultat de Física.
Data: Dijous, 18 de juliol de 2013 11:30 hores
Contacte: Josep M. Paredes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Obeservacions: AMB EL SUPORT DE LA CONVOCATÒRIA PIE-BKC 2013
Gamma-ray bursts are the most energetic transient events in the universe. Those with durations of a few tens of seconds are likely the result of the collapse of a massive star with high spin. A transient object, known as a collapsar, is formed: a black hole in the core of the star accreting successive layers of the stellar interior and producing two powerful twin jets. In this talk I shall briefly review the field of gamma-ray burst studies and then I'll focus on neutrino and gravitational wave production in collapsars.