Common Envelope Evolution 2019 Workshop

America/New_York
5th Floor Classroom (Flatiron Institute)

5th Floor Classroom

Flatiron Institute

162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
Description

The aim of the workshop is to bring together some of the best scientists in the areas of common envelope evolution, to work together on novel ways to tackle this important astrophysical problem.  Recent advances in numerics, theory, observation and modeling suggest that this is an apt time to make rapid progress on this exciting topic. 

Comfort-Ann Awosika
    • 09:00 09:30
      Breakfast 30m 5th Floor Conference Room

      5th Floor Conference Room

      Flatiron Institute

      162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
    • 09:30 12:10
      Morning Sessions 5th Floor Classroom

      5th Floor Classroom

      Flatiron Institute

      162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 09:30
        Opening Remarks and Introductions 20m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 09:50
        Review of Theory of CEE - Natasha Ivanova 40m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 10:30
        Discussion 20m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010

        Moderator: Philipp Podsiadlowski

      • 10:50
        Coffee Break 20m 5th Floor Conference Room (Flatiron Institute)

        5th Floor Conference Room

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 11:10
        Review of Observations - Orsola De Marco/Silvia Toonen 40m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 11:50
        Discussion 20m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
    • 12:10 13:10
      Lunch 1h 5th Floor Conference Room

      5th Floor Conference Room

      Flatiron Institute

    • 13:10 17:15
      Afternoon Sessions 5th Floor Classroom

      5th Floor Classroom

      Flatiron Institute

      162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 13:10
        Contributed Talk (x3) 45m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
        1. “Recombination Energy and Common Envelope Ejection” - Paul Ricker
        2. “Convection in Common Envelopes” - Jason Nordhaus
        3. “Envelope Structure and Application of the Drag Formalism” - Rosa Everson
      • 13:55
        Working Groups 1h 35m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010

        Theory - 5th Floor Classroom
        Computation - 6th Floor Library
        Observation - 6th Floor Conference Room

      • 15:30
        PM Break 30m 5th Floor Conference Room (Flatiron Institute)

        5th Floor Conference Room

        Flatiron Institute

      • 16:00
        Working Groups Presentations 45m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010

        Working Groups presents keys questions of day 1

      • 16:45
        Plenary Discussion 30m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
    • 09:00 09:30
      Breakfast 30m 5th Floor Conference Room

      5th Floor Conference Room

      Flatiron Institute

    • 09:30 12:30
      Morning Sessions 5th Floor Classroom

      5th Floor Classroom

      Flatiron Institute

      162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 09:30
        Review of Numerical Methods - Ruediger Pakmor 40m
      • 10:10
        Discussion 20m

        Moderator: Philip Chang

      • 10:30
        Coffee Break 30m
      • 11:00
        Review of Numerical Simulations of CEE - Luke Chamandy 40m
      • 11:40
        Discussion 20m

        Moderator: Eric Blackman

      • 12:00
        Contributed Talks 30m
        1. “Simulating Common Envelope phases with AREPO” - Fritz Ropke
        2. “CEE on a Moving Mesh with MANGA” - Logan Prust
    • 12:30 13:30
      Lunch 1h 5th Floor Conference Room

      5th Floor Conference Room

      Flatiron Institute

    • 13:30 16:15
      Morning Sessions 5th Floor Classroom

      5th Floor Classroom

      Flatiron Institute

      162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 13:30
        Contributed Talks 45m
        1. “Shock-Powered Light Curves of Stellar Merger Events” - Brian Metzger
        2. “Extragalactic stellar mergers: progenitors and remnants” - Nadejda Blagorodnova
        3. “From Unstable Mass Transfer to Common Envelope Engulfment” - Morgan MacLeod
      • 14:15
        Working Groups 1h

        Theory - 5th Floor Classroom
        Computation - 6th Floor Library
        Observation - 6th Floor Conference Room

      • 15:15
        Coffee Break 30m
      • 15:45
        Working Groups Presentations 30m

        Working Groups presents key strategies of day 2

    • 16:15 17:30
      Wine Reception 1h 15m 5th Floor Common Area

      5th Floor Common Area

      Flatiron Institute

    • 09:00 09:30
      Breakfast 30m 5th Floor Classroom

      5th Floor Classroom

      Flatiron Institute

      162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
    • 09:30 12:30
      Morning Sessions 5th Floor Classroom

      5th Floor Classroom

      Flatiron Institute

      162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 09:30
        Alternative Views - Hagai Perets, Ondrej Pejcha 40m

        (jets, radiation, winds, dust)

      • 10:10
        Discussion - Hagai Perets, Ondrek Pejcha 20m
      • 10:30
        Coffee Break 30m
      • 11:00
        Massive Stellar Evolution in Binaries - Selma de Mink 40m
      • 11:40
        Discussion 20m
      • 12:00
        Contributed Talks 30m
        1. “Negative dynamical friction and "pelican" accretion” - Yuri Levin
        2. “Outflows and common envelopes” - Adam Frank
    • 12:30 13:30
      Lunch 1h 5th Floor Classroom

      5th Floor Classroom

      Flatiron Institute

      162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
    • 13:30 16:50
      Afternoon Sessions 5th Floor Classroom

      5th Floor Classroom

      Flatiron Institute

      162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 13:30
        Contributed Talks 30m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
        1. “Can gravitational waves help us to better understand common envelope?” - Nicola Giacobbo
        2. "On the variability and dust-driven winds of AGB stars" - Zhou Chen
      • 14:00
        Working Groups 1h 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010

        Theory - 5th Floor Classroom
        Computation - 6th Floor Library
        Observation - 6th Floor Conference Room

      • 15:00
        Coffee Break 30m 5th Floor Conference Room (Flatiron Institute)

        5th Floor Conference Room

        Flatiron Institute

      • 15:30
        Key Presentations of Working Group Conclusions + Discussion 45m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010
      • 16:15
        Workshop Summary 30m 5th Floor Classroom

        5th Floor Classroom

        Flatiron Institute

        162 5th Ave. (entrance on 21st Street) New York, NY 10010