Physics at Virginia

"From Multimessenger Astronomy to Neutrons and Protons"

Andrew Steiner , University of Tennessee
[Host: Kent Yagi]

Of course, multimessenger astronomy promises to revolutionize

astronomy and our understanding of nucleosynthesis. My

research shows that it goes further: astronomical observations

(via both photons and gravitational waves) provides a unique

laboratory to deepen our understanding of QCD and the

nucleon-nucleon interaction. Most current work is focused

on the equation of state. While the equation of state is

indeed important, in this talk, I show how we can

go beyond energy density and pressure. I present the first

large-scale Bayesian inference of neutron star observations

and nuclear structure data to obtain novel results on the

composition of dense matter and the nature of nucleonic


Friday, April 26, 2019
3:30 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
Note special room.

Joint Colloquium with Physics and Astronomy/NRAO

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