Supernovae Research Topics

Research Area/ Research Interest: Supernovae

Research Paper Topics for Masters and Ph.D. Thesis and publication

  1. Hints of FLRW breakdown from supernovae
  2. Suppression of fast neutrino flavor conversions occurring at large distances in core-collapse supernovae
  3. DeepZipper: A Novel Deep-learning Architecture for Lensed Supernovae Identification
  4. Gravitational waves from core-collapse supernovae
  5. A spectroscopic quadruple as a possible progenitor of sub-Chandrasekhar Type Ia supernovae
  6. Signatures of a surviving helium-star companion in Type Ia supernovae and constraints on the progenitor companion of SN 2011fe
  7. On the Energy Source of Ultrastripped Supernovae
  8. Neutrino Echos following Black Hole Formation in Core-collapse Supernovae
  9. Shock revival in core-collapse supernovae assisted by heavy axionlike particles
  10. Type II supernovae from the Carnegie Supernova Project-II. Bolometric light curves of 74 SNe II using uBgVriYJH photometry
  11. Type II supernovae from the Carnegie Supernova Project-I. III. Understanding SN II diversity through correlations between physical and observed properties
  12. Clustering of Gravitational Wave and Supernovae events: a multitracer analysis in Luminosity Distance Space
  13. Discovering Supernovae at the Epoch of Reionization with the Nancy Grace Roman Space Telescope
  14. HOLISMOKES-VII. Time-delay measurement of strongly lensed Type Ia supernovae using machine learning
  15. Time-delayed neutrino emission from supernovae as a probe of dark matter-neutrino interactions
  16. Modelling the ionization state of Type Ia supernovae in the nebular phase
  17. Out of one, many: distinguishing time delays from lensed supernovae
  18. Anisotropic Magnetized White Dwarfs: Unifying Under-and Overluminous Peculiar and Standard Type Ia Supernovae
  19. AI-driven spatio-temporal engine for finding gravitationally lensed type Ia supernovae
  20. The Hubble constant from strongly lensed supernovae with standardizable magnifications
  21.  Carnegie Supernova Project-II: Near-infrared Spectroscopy of Stripped-envelope Core-collapse Supernovae
  22. PUSHing Core-collapse Supernovae to Explosions in Spherical Symmetry. V. Equation of State Dependency of Explosion Properties, Nucleosynthesis Yields, and …
  23. Effect of the Nuclear Equation of State on Relativistic Turbulence-induced Core-collapse Supernovae
  24. Nuclear Reaction Sensitivity in Magnetohydrodynamically Driven Supernovae
  25. The ZTF-BTS Type Ia supernovae luminosity function is consistent with a single progenitor channel for the explosions
  26. Polarization signatures of the head-on collision model for Type Ia supernovae: how much asymmetry is too much?
  27. Modeling core-collapse supernovae gravitational-wave memory in laser interferometric data
  28. Odd Radio Circles as supernovae remnants in the intragroup medium
  29. Euclid: Discovering pair-instability supernovae with the Deep Survey
  30. A non-parametric test of variability of Type Ia supernovae luminosity and CDDR
  31. Wide binary pulsars from electron-capture supernovae
  32. Postexplosion Positive Jet-feedback Activity in Inner Ejecta of Core Collapse Supernovae
  33. Hydrodynamic simulations of electron-capture supernovae: progenitor and dimension dependence
  34. Luminous Supernovae: Unveiling a Population Between Superluminous and Normal Core-collapse Supernovae
  35. Carnegie Supernova Project: kinky i-band light curves of Type Ia supernovae
  36. The large-scale environment of thermonuclear and core-collapse supernovae
  37. Momentum deposition of supernovae with cosmic rays
  38. Effect of the Nuclear Equation of State and Relativistic Turbulence on Core-Collapse Supernovae
  39. Spectroscopic Studies of Type Ia Supernovae Using LSTM Neural Networks
  40. Constraints on Explosion Timescale of Core-Collapse Supernovae Based on Systematic Analysis of Light Curves
  41. Metal Mixing in Minihalos: The Descendants of Pair-instability Supernovae
  42. An analysis of the spectroscopic signatures of layering in the ejecta of type Iax supernovae
  43. Chiral plasma instability and inverse cascade from nonequilibrium left-handed neutrinos in core-collapse supernovae
  44. Maximum luminosities of normal stripped-envelope supernovae are brighter than explosion models allow
  45. A Tale of Two Type Ia Supernovae: The Fast-declining Siblings SNe 2015bo and 1997cn
  46. Strongly lensed type Ia supernovae as a precise late-universe probe of measuring the Hubble constant and cosmic curvature
  47. 3D Simulations of Strongly Magnetised Non-Rotating Supernovae: Explosion Dynamics and Remnant Properties
  48. Considerations for Optimizing the Photometric Classification of Supernovae from the Rubin Observatory
  49. CHIPS: Complete History of Interaction-powered Supernovae
  50. Pre-explosion helium shell flash in type Ia supernovae
  51. Timing and Multi-Channel: Novel Method for Determining the Neutrino Mass Ordering from Supernovae
  52. On the rotation properties of a post-explosion helium-star companion in Type Iax supernovae
  53. Supernovae in colliding-wind binaries: observational signatures in the first year
  54. Nothing to see here: Failed supernovae are faint or rare
  55. Prospects of fast flavor neutrino conversion in rotating core-collapse supernovae
  56. Relativistic Coulomb screening in pulsational pair instability supernovae
  57. Detecting High-Energy Neutrino Minibursts from Local Supernovae with Multiple Neutrino Observatories
  58. A Physical Model of Delayed Rebrightenings in Shock-interacting Supernovae without Narrow-line Emission
  59. Accretion-induced merger leading to core-collapse supernovae in old stellar populations
  60. The evolution toward the observational features of the stripped envelope type IIb Supernovae in the binary system
  61. Substructure, supernovae, and time resolved star formation history for Upper Scorpius
  62. A Speed Bump: SN 2021aefx Shows that Doppler Shift Alone can Explain Early-Excess Blue Flux in Some Type Ia Supernovae
  63. The Role of the Hadron-Quark Phase Transition in Core-Collapse Supernovae
  64. An imaging polarimetry survey of Type Ia supernovae: are peculiar extinction and polarization properties produced by circumstellar or interstellar matter?
  65. On the fate of the secondary white dwarf in double-degenerate double-detonation Type Ia supernovae
  66. Near-Chandrasekhar-mass Type Ia Supernovae from the Double-degenerate Channel
  67. A hierarchical Bayesian SED model for Type Ia supernovae in the optical to near-infrared
  68. Weak lensing magnification of Type Ia Supernovae from the Pantheon sample
  69. Deep Attention-Based Supernovae Classification of Multi-Band Light-Curves
  70. Energy Budget in Supernovae-Driven HI Shells
  71. The molecular chemistry of Type Ibc supernovae, and diagnostic potential with the James Webb Space Telescope
  72. Exploring metallicity-dependent rates of Type Ia supernovae and their impact on galaxy formation
  73. A new class of hybrid EoS with multiple critical endpoints for simulations of supernovae, neutron stars and their mergers
  74.  Late-onset Circumstellar Medium Interactions are Rare: An Unbiased GALEX View of Type Ia Supernovae
  75. Stripped-envelope stars in different metallicity environments. II. Type I supernovae and compact remnants
  76. Constraining the Time of Gravitational Wave Emission from Core-Collapse Supernovae
  77. Constraining a possible time-variation of the speed of light along with the fine-structure constant using strong gravitational lensing and Type Ia supernovae …
  78. Euclid detectability of pair instability supernovae in binary population synthesis models consistent with merging binary black holes
  79. Prospects for reconstructing the gravitational-wave signals from core-collapse supernovae with Advanced LIGO-Virgo and the BayesWave algorithm
  80. Chiral asteroseismology: seismic oscillations caused by chiral transport in neutron stars and supernovae
  81. The effects of a magnetar engine on the gamma-ray burst-associated supernovae: Application to double-peaked SN 2006aj
  82. Thermonuclear Explosions of Pair-Instability Supernovae Induced by Electron–Positron Pairs and Neutrinos
  83. Properties of Type Ibn Supernovae: Implications for the Progenitor Evolution and the Origin of a Population of Rapid Transients
  84. Cosmological Results from the RAISIN Survey: Using Type Ia Supernovae in the Near Infrared as a Novel Path to Measure the Dark Energy Equation of State
  85. Nebular-Phase Spectra of Type Ia Supernovae from the Las Cumbres Observatory Global Supernova Project
  86. Photometrically-Classified Superluminous Supernovae from the Pan-STARRS1 Medium Deep Survey: A Case Study for Science with Machine Learning-Based …
  87. The dynamics and outcome of star formation with jets, radiation, winds, and supernovae in concert
  88. Common envelope to explosion delay time distribution (CEEDTD) of type Ia supernovae
  89. The first days of type II-P core collapse supernovae in the gamma-ray range
  90. Thermonuclear and Electron-Capture Supernovae from Stripped-Envelope Stars
  91. Dust masses for a large sample of core-collapse supernovae from optical emission line asymmetries: dust formation on 30-year timescales
  92. Supernovae, Neutron Star Physics and Nucleosynthesis
  93. Inferring Astrophysical Parameters of Core-Collapse Supernovae from their Gravitational-Wave Emission
  94. Low-Energy Supernovae Severely Constrain Radiative Particle Decays
  95. A Study of Magnetized White Dwarf+ Helium Star Binary Evolution to Type Ia Supernovae
  96. Fashionably Late: Why Some Supernovae Brighten Months After Exploding
  97. Axion-like Particles from Nearby Type Ia Supernovae
  98. Type Iax supernovae from deflagrations in Chandrasekhar mass white dwarfs
  99. A Mechanism for Interacting Supernovae and Rebrightening without Narrow Line Emission
  100. Quantifying cosmic dust production in core-collapse supernovae and supernova remnants
  101. Probing Supernovae and their Progenitors from High-Energy Emission
  102.  Can we detect MeV neutrinos from supernovae detected with ZTF, part 2
  103. EstrellaNueva: A tool to study neutrinos from supernovae
  104.  … , C, Kankare, E, McCully, C, Muller-Bravo, TE, Nicholl, M, Pellegrino, C and Sollerman, J SN2020cpg: an energetic link between Type IIb and Ib supernovae
  105. Solar Storms, Supernovae and Anomalies in Radiocarbon Production
  106. Architecture and Design of a Small Parallel Supercomputer for Modelling Bolometric Lightcurves of Type II-P Supernovae
  107. An Hα survey of the host environments of 77 type IIn supernovae within z < 0.02
  108.  Nearby Type Ia Supernovae
  109.  Search for spectral evolution with redshift in Type Ia supernovae.
  110. Detonation of a White Dwarf Star: Simulations of the Sub-Chandra Type Ia Supernovae
  111. … Very Low-mass Primordial Systems with M*= 104–105 M⊙ and 2%–3%(O/H): High (Fe/O) Suggestive of Metal Enrichment by Hypernovae/Pair-instability Supernovae
  112.  Motivation to Build an Observatory for Neutrinos from Supernovae
  113. Determining the Hubble Constant without the Sound Horizon: A Constraint on from Galaxy Surveys, CMB Lensing and Supernovae
  114. Radioactive nuclei in the early Solar System: Analysis of the 15 isotopes produced by core-collapse supernovae
  115.  Less than 1% of Core-Collapse Supernovae in the local universe occur in elliptical galaxies
  116. 511 keV line constraints on feebly interacting particles from supernovae
  117.  … The explosive carbon incineration of white dwarfs produces very luminous events with no hydrogen in their spectra-Type Ia supernovae (SNe Ia). These objects …
  118. Using the Optical–NIR Spectral Energy Distributions to Search for the Evidence of Dust Formation of 66 Supernovae
  119. The Dark Energy Survey 5-year photometrically identified Type Ia Supernovae
  120. Statistical properties of the nebular spectra of 103 stripped envelope core collapse supernovae
  121. First direct measurement of the N(,)O reaction relevant for core-collapse supernovae nucleosynthesis
  122.  AGN Supernovae
  123.  HESS ToO program on nearby core-collapse Supernovae: search for very-high energy gamma-ray emission towards the SN candidate AT2019krl in M74
  124.  Astronomy and Astrophysics Library
  125. The Critical Role of Electrons in Astrophysical Blast Waves
  126. Collapsars as Sites of r-process Nucleosynthesis
  127. Accretion onto compact object through stationary shock: effects of General Relativity
  128. The First Data Release of CNIa0. 02—A Complete Nearby (Redshift< 0.02) Sample of Type Ia Supernova Light Curves This paper includes data gathered with the 6.5 …
  129. Stripped-envelope supernova light-curve bumps caused by variable thermal energy injection from magnetar spin down
  130. Theory and Diagnostics of Hot Star Mass Loss
  131. SuperTIGER Measurements Through 56Ba and Their Implications
  132. r-Process Contributions to Low-Metallicity Stars
  133. The simulation of SN2009ip bolometric light curves
  134. Measurements of the Hubble Constant with a Two Rung Distance Ladder: Two Out of Three Ain’t Bad
  135. Fluid Dynamics of Supernova Remnants
  136. Radio Constraints on -process Nucleosynthesis by Collapsars
  137. Two-fold theoretical and experimental misinterpretation of luminosity in the origin of Hubble constant tension
  138. Cosmological scenario in gravity
  139. Controverses autour de la matière noire
  140. The Homogeneity of the Star-forming Environment of the Milky Way Disk over Time
  141.  Supernova
  142. Spinning Halos in the Cosmic Web
  143. Supernova rates and burial of organic matter
  144.  Foam and laser help us probe star birth
  145.  A New Route to Generating Black Holes
  146. Rocks, Water and Noble Liquids: Unfolding the Flavor Contents of Supernova Neutrinos
  147. Collective Neutrino Flavor Instability Requires a Crossing
  148. Spectral analysis of PIC simulations of interpenetrating plasmas
  149. A void in the Hubble tension? The end of the line for the Hubble bubble
  150. Simultaneous Constraints on the Star Formation History and Nucleosynthesis of Sculptor dSph
  151. Epicyclic frequencies and stability of thin shell around the traversable phantom wormholes in Rastall gravity
  152.  European Southern Observatory Karl-Schwarzschild-Strasse 2, D-85748 Garching Germany Email: bleibundgut@ eso. org
  153. Axion emission from supernova with axion-pion-nucleon contact interaction
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  155. The collapse and three-dimensional explosion of three-dimensional massive-star supernova progenitor models
  157. The Candidate Progenitor Companion Star of the Type Ib/c SN 2013ge
  158. The Hubble tension: Change in dark energy or a case for modified gravity?
  159. Stellar elemental abundances constraining nucleosynthesis and chemical evolution of the universe
  160. Neutrino flavor pendulum reloaded: The case of fast pairwise conversion
  161. Redshift systematics and the H 0 tension problem
  162. Gravitational waves as a probe to resolve dichotomy in compact objects
  163. Analysis of the Orion-Eridanus Superbubble’s X-ray Emission Using HaloSat
  164. A high-tech lip reader for tight-lipped stars
  165. Equations of state for hot neutron stars–II. The role of exotic particle degrees of freedom
  166. Calibrazione della scala delle distanze tramite TRGB per la definizione della costante di Hubble
  167. Constraining variability of coupling constants with bright and extreme quasars
  168. Multi-parameter dynamical dark energy equation of state and present cosmological tensions
  169.  Cosmology in f (R, Lm) gravity
  170. Optical Rebrightening of Extragalactic Transients from the Zwicky Transient Facility
  171. The Hubble tension in the non-flat Super− ΛCDM model
  172. Star formation near the Sun is driven by expansion of the Local Bubble
  173. Theoretical tools for neutrino scattering: interplay between lattice QCD, EFTs, nuclear physics, phenomenology, and neutrino event generators
  174. STag: Supernova Tagging and Classification
  175. Still Brighter than Pre-explosion, SN 2012Z Did Not Disappear: Comparing Hubble Space Telescope Observations a Decade Apart
  176. Checking Salpeter’s enhancement factor of nuclear reactions in asymmetric mixtures
  177. Analysis of the Orion-Eridanus Superbubble’s X-ray Emission Using HaloSat
  178. A high-tech lip reader for tight-lipped stars
  179. Equations of state for hot neutron stars–II. The role of exotic particle degrees of freedom
  180. Calibrazione della scala delle distanze tramite TRGB per la definizione della costante di Hubble
  181. Constraining variability of coupling constants with bright and extreme quasars
  182. Multi-parameter dynamical dark energy equation of state and present cosmological tensions
  183.  Cosmology in f (R, Lm) gravity
  184. Optical Rebrightening of Extragalactic Transients from the Zwicky Transient Facility
  185. The Hubble tension in the non-flat Super− ΛCDM model
  186. Star formation near the Sun is driven by expansion of the Local Bubble
  187. Theoretical tools for neutrino scattering: interplay between lattice QCD, EFTs, nuclear physics, phenomenology, and neutrino event generators
  188. STag: Supernova Tagging and Classification
  189. Still Brighter than Pre-explosion, SN 2012Z Did Not Disappear: Comparing Hubble Space Telescope Observations a Decade Apart
  190. Checking Salpeter’s enhancement factor of nuclear reactions in asymmetric mixtures
  191. I-Love-Q for proto-neutron stars
  192. Classical and Quantum Coherent Neutrino Oscillations
  193. Cosmological constraints on massive gravity
  194. Measurements of nuclear reactions in stellar explosions with SECAR
  195. Neutrino Physics with Large Liquid Scintillator Detectors
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  197.  Galactic Archaeology
  198. Negative superhumps in the eclipsing Z Cam+ VY Scl star ES Dra
  200. Observing Supernova Neutrino Light Curves with Super-Kamiokande. III. Extraction of Mass and Radius of Neutron Stars from Synthetic Data
  201. The ASAS-SN Catalog of Variable Stars X: Discovery of 116,000 New Variable Stars Using g-band Photometry
  202.  Dark matter from torsion in Friedmann cosmology
  203. Testing General Relativity with Cosmological Large Scale Structure
  204. Accelerating expansion of the universe in modified symmetric teleparallel gravity
  205.  COMPAS: A rapid binary population synthesis suite
  206.  Proseminar: Astrophysik, Wintersemester 2021/22
  207. Effects of Winds on the Optical Properties of Type Ib and Ic Supernova Progenitors
  208. Weak-field limit of f (R) gravity to unify peculiar white dwarfs
  209. Comparison of the interaction between scalar fields as dark energy with neutrinos and put constraint on neutrino mass in these models
  210. Neural network reconstruction of late-time cosmology and null tests
  211. Fisher matrix for the one-loop galaxy power spectrum: measuring expansion and growth rates without assuming a cosmological model
  212. SNEWPY: A Data Pipeline from Supernova Simulations to Neutrino Signals
  213. VLT/X-Shooter spectroscopic observation of microlensing event ASASSN-22av/Gaia22ahy/AT2022aib
  214. Hydrogen burning of 29Si and its impact on presolar stardust grains from classical novae
  215. The Effect of Supernova Convection On Neutron Star and Black Hole Masses
  216. Ionization and Star Formation in the Giant HII Region SMC-N66
  217. The “Giraffe”: Discovery of a dark companion to a stripped red giant
  218. Absorption-based Circumgalactic Medium Line Emission Estimates
  219.  Fast full N-body simulations of generic modified gravity: conformal coupling models
  220. Investigation of the Prompt SNe Ia progenitor nature through the analysis of the chemical composition of globular clusters and circumgalactic clouds
  221. A Possible Optical Counterpart to FRB 180916B?
  222.  Spectroscopic Classification of Transients with SOAR
  223. How much hydrogen is in Type Ib and IIb supernova progenitors?