Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics

Nuclear Astrophysics Seminars at Notre Dame

Spring 2007

 
 

Topic

  Date

Speaker

Quasars and the Birth and Evolution of Massive Galaxies

May 1

Kirk Korista
Western Michigan University

Calculations with Finite-range forces in Neutron-rich Nuclei

April 23

Nicolas Schunck
Oak Ridge National Lab
University of Tennessee

Use of the 15N(p,a,g)12C Reaction for Nanoscale Studies of Cement Hydration

April 19

Jeffrey S. Schweitzer
University of Connecticut

LIGO, on the Threshold of Gravitational Wave Astronomy

April 18

Stan Whitcomb
Caltech, CA

Molecular picture in heavy ion reactions at low energy

April 16

Alexis Diaz-Torres
Australian National University

ISAC, DRAGON and Exploding Stars

April 2

John D'Auria
Simon Fraser University, Canada

24Mg(a,y)28Si Resonance Parameters at Low Alpha Energies

March 26

Elizabeth K. Strandberg
ISNAP, University of Notre Dame

Direct measurement of 4He(12C, 16O)y cross section near stellar energy at KUTL

March 19

Kenshi Sagara
Kyushu University Tandem Laboratory, Fukuoka, Japan

Astrochemistry and Spectroscopy of C60

March 6

Benjamin J. McCall
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Study of Beta-delayed Neutron Decay Near the Neutron Drip Line

March 1

Chandana Sumithrarachchi
MSU

Structural Studies of the Most Exotic Nuclei: First Results from The Stopped RISING Project

February 26

Paddy Regan
University of Surrey, UK

To chiral rotation and back again

February 19

S. Daniel Almehed
University of Notre Dame

Dust Sedimentation in Protoplanetary Disks

January 30

David Tilley
University of Notre Dame

A Cluster Model of 6He and 6Li

January 29

Jeremy Armstrong
NSCL, Michigan State University

The Evaporation and Thermal Balance of Tiny HI Clouds in the Interstellar Medium

January 23

Jonathan D. Slavin
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

Low-Energy Nuclear Astrophysics - the Fascinating Region of A=7

January 10

Michael Hass
Weizmann Institute of Science Rehovot, Israel



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