Time and Date
15:00-17:00, January 17th, 2023
"Understanding the cosmological origin of elements in the universe (From Big Bang to Stellar Evolution)"
by Myung-Ki Cheoun (Soongsil U.)
Room 745, Science Complex B (MAP H-03)
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In this talk, I discuss origin of elements produced in the universe and the stellar evolution. First, I discuss a few scenarios beyond the standard Big Bang nucleosynthesis. For example, I discuss dynamical screening effects in the primordial plasma and the effects from Starobinsky gravity model. As for the neutrino process, I present the nucleosynthesis by the neutrino in the core collapse supernova (CCSN), which is a unique nucleosynthesis, with more interesting effects such as neutrino oscillation in matter, neutrino self-interactions, shock effects, magnetic field and neutrino-induced reactions with nuclei. Finally, I discuss the nucleosynthesis with the cosmochronometer using the neutrino process.
Yusuke Tanimura (Physics, GP-PU),
E-mail: tanimura * nucl.phys.tohoku.ac.jp (Replace * with @)