Neutron stars as laboratory for dense matter

Friday, March 2, 14:30hs - Seminar room

Speaker: Laura Tolos (ICE/UAB)



Neutron stars are an excellent laboratory for testing matter under extreme conditions. In particular, a lot of emphasis has been invested in understanding the interior of neutron stars and the equation of state of the different possible phases since its direct consequences for the mass-radius relationship of neutron stars as well as cooling processes.

I will review some results for nucleonic, kaonic and hyperonic matter together with superfluidity and their consequences for cooling processes. I will comment on possible constraints not only from neutron stars observations but also from back-to-Earth experiments, such as heavy-ion collisions. I will finally outline future prospects to be tested in neutron stars laborator


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