The era of multimessenger astrophysics, which utilizes observation data from gravitational wave detectors and neutrino detectors, in addition to the traditional electromagnetic observations in optical bands, radio frequencies, X-rays, and gamma-rays, has just began. We have joined the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) and Kamioka Gravitational Wave Detector (KAGRA) collaborations. Our group provide and predict gravitational wave templates from multi-dimensional core-collapse supernova simulations and help to search of possible detections in the near future.

Gravitational waves

Hearing the sound of the gravitational wave from a core-collapse supernova explosion.

Selected Publications:

  1. Yang-Sheng Chao, Chen-Zhi Su, Ting-Yuan Chen, Daw-Wei Wang, and Kuo-Chuan Pan, “Determining the Core Structure and Nuclear Equation of State of Rotating Core-Collapse Supernovae with Gravitational Waves by Convolutional Neural Networks”, 2022, ApJ, 939, 13 [Link]
  2. Chin-Ping Hu, Lupin C.-C. Lin, Kuo-Chuan Pan, Kwan-Lok Li, Chien-Chang Yen, Albert K.-H. Kong, and C.-Y. Hui, “A Comprehensive Analysis of the Gravitational Wave Events with the Hilbert-Huang Transform: From Compact Binary Coalescence to Supernova”, 2022, ApJ, 935, 127 [Link]
  3. M.A. Pajkos, M.L. Warren, S.M. Couch, E. O’Connor, and Kuo-Chuan Pan, “Determining the Structure of Rotating Massive Stellar Cores with Gravitational Waves”, 2021, ApJ, 914, 80 [Link]
  4. Kuo-Chuan Pan, M. Liebendörfer, S. M. Couch, and F.-K. Thielemann, “Stellar Mass Black Hole Formation and Multi-messenger Signals from Three Dimensional Rotating Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations”, 2021, ApJ, 914, 140 [Link]
  5. Michael P. Pajkos, Sean M. Couch, Kuo-Chuan Pan, and Evan P. O’Connor, “Features of Accretion Phase Gravitational Wave Emission from Two-Dimensional Rotating Core-Collapse Supernovae”, 2019, ApJ, 878, 13 [Link]
  6. Kuo-Chuan Pan, Carlos Mattes, Evan P. O’Connor, Sean M. Couch, Albino Perego, and Almudena Arcones, “The Impact of Different Neutrino Transport Methods on Multidimensional Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations”, 2019, J. Phys. G focus issue on core-collapse supernovae, 46, 014001 [Link]
  7. Rubén M. Cabezón, Kuo-Chuan Pan, Matthias Liebendörfer, Takami Kuroda, Kevin Ebinger, Oliver Heinimann, Friedrich-Karl Thielemann, and Albino Perego, “Core-collapse supernovae in the hall of mirrors. A three-dimensional code-comparison project”, 2018, A&A, 619, A118 [Link]
  8. Kuo-Chuan Pan, S. M. Couch, M. Liebendörfer, and F.-K. Thielemann, “Equation of State Dependent Dynamics and Multi-messenger Signals from Stellar-mass Black Hole Formation”, 2018, ApJ, 857, 13 [Link]
  9. Kuo-Chuan Pan, M. Liebendörfer, M. Hempel, and F.-K. Thielemann, “Multi-dimensional Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations with Neutrino Transport”, the Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Nuclei in the Cosmos (NIC-XIV 2016), 2017, JPS Conf. Proc. 14, 20703 [Link]
  10. Kuo-Chuan Pan, M. Liebendörfer, M. Hempel, and F.-K. Thielemann, “Two-Dimensional Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations with the Isotropic Diffusion Source Approximation for Neutrino Transport”, 2016, ApJ, 817, 72 [Link]