Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics

Nuclear Astrophysics Seminars at Notre Dame

Spring 2009





The Greatest Scientific Achievements of the Hubble Space Telescope

January 21

Prof. Mario Livio
Johns Hopkins University

Neutron Physics for Nuclear Astrophysics at Los Alamos

January 26

Dr. Aaron Couture

Ultra High-Energy Neutrinos via Heavy-Meson Synchrotron Emission in StrongMagnetic Fields

January 27

Prof. Grant Mathews
University of Notre Dame

Evaluation of the influence of Solar Model parameters on the expected neutrino fluxes

January 29

Prof. Gianluca Imbriani
University Federico Secundo, Naples, Italy

Ocupole collectivity near N = 126

February 2

Dr. Walter Reviol
Washington University
St. Louis, Missouri

Development and implementation of a new technique to study (p, a) resonances

February 9

Dr. Brian Moazen
University of Tennessee

The Science of poisonous Polonium-210

February 11

Dr. Patrick H. Regan
University of Surrey, UK

Spectroscopy of the Most Exotic Nuclei: Where Nuclear Structure and Astrophysics Meet

February 11

Dr. Patrick H. Regan
University of Surrey, UK

Cosmology from the First Year of the SDSS-II Supernova Survey

February 17

Prof. Peter Garnavich
University of Notre Dame

The SNO Experiment and the new SNOLAB Underground Laboratory

February 25

Dr. Arthur B. McDonald
Queens University, Kingston, Ontario

Lyman Break Galaxies in Large Quasar Groups at z~1

March 3

Prof. Gerry Williger
University of Louisville

The role of physicists on Wall Street

March 9

Dr. Boris Skorodumov
Mitsui Energy Risk Management

The Universe at 3 Minutes and 400 Thousand Years

March 18

Prof. Gary Steigman
Ohio State University

Many-body approach to nuclear pairing

March 23

Dr. Roman Sen'kov
Michigan State University

Study of the Nuclear Dipole Resonance using the Monoenergetic and Polarized Gamma Beams at HIgammaS

March 30

Dr. Anton Tonchev
Duke University and TUNL

Progress in Developing the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory at Homestake

April 1

Dr. Kevin T. Lesko
Lawrence Berkekey National Laboratory

First results from the new RNB facility RESOLUT and nuclear astrophysics with stable beams at FSU

April 6

Dr. Grisha Rogachev
RESOLUT at Florida State University

Symmetries in the Geometrical Collective Model

April 20

Dr. Stijn De Baerdemacker
University of Toronto

From the Big Bang to the Nobel Prize and on to the James Webb Space Telescope

April 23

Dr. John C. Mather
Observational Cosmology Laboratory, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Towards a better understanding of the r-process from studies of exotic nuclei in the A~120 region

May 18

Professor Henryk Mach
University of Notre Dame & Uppsala University

Measurements of double-beta decay matrix elements: some surprises in nuclear physics

June 10

Prof. Dr. Dieter Frekers
University of Muenster, Germany

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