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SUMIYOSHI Kohsuke

スミヨシ コウスケ | SUMIYOSHI Kohsuke
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (2): Astronomy ,  Particle/Nuclear/Cosmic ray/Astro physics
Research keywords  (7): Nuclear Physics ,  Astrophysics: supernovae ,  nucleosynthesis ,  neutron stars ,  equation of state ,  dense matter ,  unstable nuclei
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (4):
  • 2017 - 2022 Studying supernova explosions via their neutrino emissions
  • Study of supernova explosion
  • Study of nucleosynthesis of elements
  • Study of nuclei & matter in extreme condition
Papers (84):
  • H. Sotani and K. Sumiyoshi. Determination of properties of protoneutron stars toward black hole formation via gravitational wave observations. Physical Review. 2019. D100. 083008-12
  • S. Abbar, H. Duan, K. Sumiyoshi, T. Takiwaki and M. C. Volpe. On the occurrence of fast neutrino flavor conversions in multidimensional supernova models. Physical Review. 2019. D100. 043004-7
  • Y. Suwa, K. Sumiyoshi, K. Nakazato, Y. Takahira, Y. Koshio, M. Mori and R. A. Wendell. Observing supernova neutrino light curves with super-Kamiokande: expected event number over ten seconds. Astrophysical Journal. 2019. 881. 139-16
  • H. Nagakura, K. Sumiyoshi and S. Yamada. Possible early linear acceleration of proto-neutron stars via asymmetric neutrino emission in core-collapse supernovae. Astrophysical Journal Letters. 2019. 880. L28-7
  • H. Nagakura, K. Sumiyoshi and S. Yamada. Three-dimensional Boltzmann-hydro code for core-collapse in massive stars III. new method of momentum feedback from neutrinos to matter. Astrophysical Journal. 2019. 878. 160-10
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MISC (2):
Lectures and oral presentations  (40):
  • A numerical challenge on the core-collapse supernovae: physics of neutrino and matter at extreme conditions
    (International Symposium "Nanoscience and Quantum Physics 2011" (nanoPHYS'11) 2011)
  • Clusters and the equation of state in core-collapse supernovae
    (International workshop on "Clusters in Nuclei and Nuclear Matter: Nuclear Structure, Heavy Ion Collisions, and Astrophysics" 2011)
  • Progress of supernova simulations with the Shen equation of state
    (International workshop on "Microphysics in Computational Relativistic Astrophysics" 2011)
  • Numerical challenges in physics of core-collapse supernovae: the role of dense matter and neutrinos
    (Third International Conference on Nuclear Fragmentation: From Basic Research to Applications (NUFRA2011) 2011)
  • 超新星におけるニュートリノ輻射輸送と状態方程式
    (研究会「超新星爆発と数値シミュレーション」 2011)
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Education (2):
  • - 1988 Tokyo Metropolitan University Faculty of Science
  • - 1993 Tokyo Metropolitan University Graduate School, Division of Natural Science
Professional career (1):
  • (BLANK) (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Work history (1):
  • 1992 - 1993 Tokyo Metropolitan University, JSPS fellow1993-1994 National Cabocatoy for High Energy Physics (KEK)JSPS fellow1994-1995 Institute for Physical & Chemical Research (RIKEN)Special Researcher1995-2000 Institute for Physical & Chemical Researcher
Awards (2):
  • 2010/07 - Nuclei in the Cosmos XI The third prize in the best poster competition at the international symposium on Nuclei in the Cosmos XI
  • 1988 - David Sarnoff RCA fellowship
Association Membership(s) (3):
International Astronomical Union ,  The Physical Society of Japan ,  The Astronomical Society of Japan
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