Kuo-Chuan Pan (National Tsing Hua University)
Self-consistently simulating core-collapse supernova explosions and predicting its multimessenger signals require solving neutrino radiation transport and including essential microphysics, which is numerically challenging. We investigate multi-dimensional core-collapse supernovae simulations using the isotropic diffusion source approximation for neutrino transport. I will discuss the impact of the neutron star equation of state and the influence of rotation on its gravitational wave and neutrino emissions. I will also talk about the possibility of searching gravitational wave and neutrino signals from core-collapse supernovae with current neutrino and gravitational wave detectors, e.g., advanced LIGO, VIRGO, and KAGRA.