JET Simulations, Experiments, and Theory, 1st ed. 2019
Ten Years After JETSET. What Is Next?

Astrophysics and Space Science Proceedings Series, Vol. 55

Coordinator: Sauty Christophe

Language: Anglais
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In 2008, the European FP6 JETSET project ended. JETSET, for Jet, Simulations, Experiments, and Theory, was a joint research network of European expert teams on protostellar jets. The present proceedings are a collection of contributions presenting new results obtained by those groups since the end of the JETSET program. This is also the occasion to celebrate Kanaris Tsinganos? important contributions to this network and for his enlightening insight in the subject that inspired us all. Some of the former JETSET students are now in the academic world and the subject has never been so alive. So we present here a collection of results of what has been done in the field of protostellar jets in the past ten years from the theoretical, numerical, observational and experimental point of view. We also present new challenges in the field of protostellar jets and what we should expect from the development of new instruments and new numerical codes in the near future. We also gather results on the impact of the study of protostellar jets on other jet studies in particular on relativistic jets. As a matter of fact, it is time for a new network.

Preface.- Magnetorotational Turbulence, Dynamo Action and Transport in Convective Disks.- An Energetic Criterion for Astrophysical Winds and Jets.- Meridional Self-Similar MHD Relativistic Flows Around Kerr Black Holes.- Part I: Simulations.- Modelling the Accretion on Young Stars, Recent Results and Perspectives.- Radiation Magnetohydrodynamic Models and Spectral Signatures of Plasma Flows Accreting onto Classical T Tauri Stars.- Mass Accretion Impacts in Classical T Tauri Stars: A Multi-Disciplinary approach.- High Energy Emission from Shocks Due to Jets and Accretion in Young Stars with Disks: Combining Observations, Numerical Models, and Laboratory Experiments.- On the Origin of the X-ray Emission in Protostellar Jets Close to the Launching Site.- Simulating Accretion and Outflow Regions in YSOs.- Modeling Jet Launching from Accretion Disks.- Relativistic 3D Hydrodynamic Simulations of the W50-SS433 System.- Knots in Relativistic Transverse Stratified Jets.- Part II: Observations and Experiments.- ALMA Polarimetric Studies of Rotating Jet/Disk Systems.- Analysis of the Physical Properties of Jets/Outflows in T Tauri Stars.- X-Shooter Survey of Jets and Winds in T Tauri Stars.- Accretion Bursts from Young Stars.- The Musca Molecular Cloud: An Interstellar Symphony.- Laboratory Astrophysics at Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics.- Part III: Future Projects.- GIARPS/GRAVITY Survey: Broad-band 0.44-2.4 Micron High-Resolution Spectra of T-Tauri and Herbig AeBe Stars. Combining High Spatial and High Spectral Resolution Data to Unveil the Inner Disc Physics.- Observational Constraints in the Conservation of Momentum and Energy in Jet-driven Molecular Outflows.- Part IV: A Tribute to K. Tsinganos.- A Short Tribute to Kanaris Tsinganos, Conclusions to This Book.

Born in 1966, Christophe Sauty entered the Ecole Normale de Saint Cloud in 1986. After obtaining a PhD in Astrophysics at the University Paris 7 under the supervision of Kanaris Tsinganos and Jean Heyvaerts in 1993, he was appointed Maître de Conférences at this same University. He is Professor at Paris Observatory since 2005. Christophe Sauty works in the field of accelerated magnetohydrodynamical flows applied to winds, jets and accretion. He started studying the Solar Wind and physics of the corona, rapidly moving to young stellars, extragalactic and relativistic flows.
Offers a unique up to date review of what has been done in the field of protostellar jets between 2008 and 2018
Provides a snapshot of what are the next theoretical, experimental, observational and computational challenges to be addressed in the field of protostellar jets
Discusses the input of new instruments and new numerical codes for the future
Considers the impact of the study of protostellar jets on other jet studies in particular relativistic jets