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MICRA: Microphysics in Computational Relativistic Astrophysics is an interdisciplinary workshop will bring together researchers in nuclear and neutrino physics, nuclear astrophysics, and in numerical modeling of relativistic astrophysical phenomena such as the mergers of neutron stars and core-collapse supernovae. The overarching goal of the MICRA workshop is to improve the treatment of microscopic physics (neutrino-matter interactions, equations of state, thermonuclear reaction rates) in astrophysical simulations to improve their reliability and predictive power for multi-messenger astrophysics.
|Christian Ott||California Institute of Technology|
|Almudena Arcones||TU Darmstadt|
|Filippo Galeazzi||Universidad de Valencia|
|H.-Thomas Janka||Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics|