LIGO Document P1800271-v2
- The Detection of Binary Neutron Stars on August 17th, 2017 gave birth to Gravitational Wave Multimessenger Astronomy. Core-Collapse Supernovae (CCSNe) are one of the most interesting astrophysical events emitting electromagnetic, neutrino and Gravitational Wave (GW) messengers. In this thesis, I summarize my research regarding Multimessenger Astronomy that can be performed with CCSN. The central problem of my research is the search for GW from CCSNe and the extraction of their physical properties from their signals. I will outline this in context of the current searches and discuss the perspectives with Advanced and Future interferometers.
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