Friday, June 2nd 2023 @ Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory, NC, USA
In the context of our annual NuGrid collaboration meeting, we are hosting a half-day event with nuclear astrophysics talks, experimental and theoretical, open to the wider community. Our goal is to showcase recent results from the NuGrid collaboration and establish further connections and collaborations with interested groups.
This event is supported by IReNA, the International Research Network for Nuclear Astrophysics. IReNA is a US National Science Foundation AccelNet Network of Networks. It connects six interdisciplinary research networks across 17 countries to foster collaboration, complement and enhance research capabilities in the US and abroad, and thus greatly accelerate progress in science.
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All times are listed in EDT (+6 for CEST, +5 for BST and -3 for PDT)
|8:30 - 9:00||M. Pignatari||“Welcome and NuGrid introduction”|
|9:00 - 9:30||A. Champagne (UNC/TUNL)||“LENA II: a New Facility for Nuclear Astrophysics”|
|9:30 - 10:00||K. Womack (U Hull)||“Chemical Evolution of Fluorine in the Milky Way”|
|10:00 - 10:15||Break|
|10:15 - 10:45||S. Dellmann (U Frankfurt)||“Proton capture on stored radioactive ions”|
|10:45 - 10:15||U. Battino (U Hull)||“Impact of newly measured 26Al(n, p)26Mg and 26Al(n, α)23Na reaction rates on the nucleosynthesis of 26Al in stars”|
|11:15 - 11:45||T. Psaltis (NCSU/TUNL)||“Concluding remarks and general discussion”|
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