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Calendar of Physics Talks Vienna

Neutron Stars: Cosmic Laboratories to study Matter at extreme Densities
Speaker:Prof. Dr. Ignazio Bombaci (Università di Pisa & INFN Sezione di Pisa)
Abstract:Neutron stars, the compact remnants of core-collapse supernova, are the densest macroscopic objects in the Universe. They represent the limit beyond which gravity overwhelm all the other forces of nature and lead to the formation of a black hole. Neutron stars are thus remarkable natural laboratories that allow us to investigate the fundamental constituents of matter and their interactions under extreme conditions that cannot be reproduced in terrestrial laboratories. In this talk, I will briefly discuss some of the present models to describe the equation of state of dense strongly interacting matter and their application to neutron star physics. In particular, I will focus... [the complete abstract is available here: https://indico.smi.oeaw.ac.at/event/257/]
Date: Wed, 24.01.2018
Time: 17:00
Duration: 60 min
Location:Stefan-Meyer-Institut, Boltzmanngasse 3, 1090 Wien, Seminarraum 3-2-08 (2. Stock)
Contact:Prof. Dr. Eberhard Widmann, Dr. Martin Simon