Yu Niino

Seeking the origin of short and intense explosions in the universe

Short and intense transients like gamma-ray bursts (GRBs), fast radio bursts (FRBs), and gravitational wave (GW) events provide us with irreplaceable laboratories of physics and unique probes of the evolution of the universe. However, observationally obtaining evidence that clarifies the nature of those transients is often challenging due to their short timescale and large distance toward them. In this talk, I will discuss multi-wavelength and/or statistical approaches taken to understand the origin of GRBs and FRBs. I will also briefly introduce the ongoing optical followup program of GW events using the 1.08 m Kiso Schmidt telescope.

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