Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics

Nuclear Astrophysics Seminars at Notre Dame

Fall 2006

 
 

Topic

  Date

Speaker

Revealing the Energetic Sources Buried in the Nuclei of Galaxies

Dec. 5

Nancy Levenson
University of Kentucky

Spectroscopic study of neutron-rich nuclei with GAMMASPHERE

Dec. 4

Shaofei Zhu
Argonne National Laboratory

Dwarf Galaxy Evolution

Nov. 28

Liese van Zee
Indiana University - Bloomington

K-number violation in compound nuclei

Nov. 27

Oleg Vorov
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Order, Ergodicity and Chaos in Superdeformed Nuclei

Nov. 20

Teng Lek Khoo
Argonne National Laboratory

Nuclear Physics in the Post 9/11 Era

Nov. 15

C.W. Beausang
University of Richmond

I'm a lumberjack, and I'm OK: hunting for trees in the Lyman-alpha forest

Nov. 7

John O'Meara
Penn State - Worthington-Scranton

Numerical Simulations of the Spreading of Accreted Matter on Stars

Oct. 24

Dinshaw Balsara
University of Notre Dame

Trojan Horse as indirect technique in nuclear astrophysics

Oct. 23

A.M. Mukhamedzhanov
Texas A&M University

7Be-induced alpha transfer reactions

Oct. 20

Hanan Amro
University of Michigan

Astrophysics Seminar:
Cosmology with Type Ia Supernovae

Oct. 10

Kevin Krisciunas
University of Notre Dame

Nuclear Seminar:
Experimental Tests of Chaos in Nuclei

Oct. 9

Gary E. Mitchell
North Carolina State University, NC

Nuclear Seminar:
Simplifying the Nuclear Many-Body Problem with Low...

Oct. 2

Scott Bogner
Ohio State University

Astrophysics Seminar:
Using Galaxy Cluster Simulations to Study Dark Energy

Sept. 26

Paul Ricker
University of Illinois

Nuclear Seminar:
Key Reactions of Nucleosynthesis in Stars

Sept. 25

Wolfgang Hammer
University of Notre Dame

Nuclear Seminar:
Ultra-fast time-delayed measurements of level lifetimes...

Sept. 18

Henryk Mach
University of Notre Dame

Colloquium:
The Fractal Nature of the Visible Universe

Sept. 13

Paul Coleman
Institute for Astronomy University of Hawaii

Nuclear Seminar: R-matrix analysis of CNO cycle reactions using AZURE

Sept. 11

Edward Simpson
University of Surrey

Seminar:
18F(a,p)21Ne reaction as an alternative neutron source for r-process in Supernovae

Aug. 28

Hye Young Lee
U. of Notre Dame

Colloquium:
Nucleosynthesis in Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars

Aug. 30

Dr. Amanda Karakas
McMaster University, Canada





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