Coordinators: Adam Burrows, Ken'ichi Nomoto, Friedrich K. Thielemann

New observations and improvements in computers have sparked advances in the modeling of supernovae explosion mechanisms, the numerical calculation of radiation transport, and the understanding of the origin of the elements, a primary goal of nuclear astrophysics for the last fifty years. Topics covered during this program included optical, infrared, X-ray, and gamma-ray observations of supernovae, models of explosion mechanisms of both core-collapse and thermonuclear supernovae, nucleosynthesis, progenitors stars, radiation transport, spectra and light curves, galactic chemical evolution, isotopic anomalies in meteorites, and supernova remnants.