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JINA-CEE Archives


JINA News -- Matter Neutrino Resonance in Neutron Star Merger Remnants Details


JINA News -- In memoriam: Mary Beard Details


JINA News -- December issue of our JINA-CEE newsletter Details


JINA News -- Laurens Keek's (NASA Goddard) online seminar: An Exceptionally Long Thermonuclear Burst from IGR J17062-6143: deep ignition and the impact on its surroundings Details


JINA News -- Researchers propose low-mass supernova triggered formation of our solar system Details


JINA News -- Investigating the Thermal Properties of Nuclear Pasta with Neutron Stars Details


JINA News -- Broken Neutron Link in the Sky Details


JINA News -- Rana Ezzeddine's JINA-CEE online seminar: A Non-LTE iron abundance study of Ultra-metal poor stars Details


JINA News -- Investigating the Thermal Properties of Nuclear Pasta with Neutron Stars Details


JINA News -- Broken Neutron Link in the Sky Details


JINA News -- Four JINA-CEE participants named APS fellows 2016 Details


JINA News -- Nuclear Physics Is Needed To Predict White Dwarf Properties Details


JINA Event -- A New Study of One of the First Stars Details


JINA News -- "What is Nuclear Astrophysics?" Our Director Hendrik Schatz explains trends in Nuclear Astrophysics in the Journal of Physics. Details


JINA News -- Sean Couch and Christopher Wrede Receive DOE's Early Career Research Program Funding Details



JINA News -- Uncertainties in Galactic Chemical Evolution Models Details



JINA News -- A Rare and Prolific r-Process Event Preserved in an Ancient Dwarf Galaxy Details



JINA News -- The Impact of Individual Nuclear Properties on r-process Nucleosynthesis Details



JINA News -- Carl Fields Awarded Both an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and a Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowship Details



JINA News -- David Radice's JINA-CEE online seminar on "Double Neutron Star Mergers Details



JINA News -- New Evidence for the i-process in the Early Galaxy Details



JINA News -- Chris Sullivan's JINA-CEE Online Seminar on The Sensitivity of Core-collapse Supernovae to Nuclear Electron Capture Details



JINA News -- Alessandro Roggero's JINA-CEE Online Seminar on "Thermal Conductivity and Impurity Scattering in the Accreting Neutron Star Crust Details



JINA News -- Predicting charged-particle reaction rates with HABANERO Details



JINA News -- Tracing the Origins of Stardust in the Nuclear Physics Lab Details



JINA News -- March issue of our bimonthly JINA-CEE newsletter Details



JINA News -- Quo vadis nuclear astrophyscis? White paper on current status and prospects of the field of research published on the arXiv Details



JINA News -- Sebastien Guillot's JINA-CEE online seminar on "How to measure the radius of neutron stars?" Details



JINA News -- Jonas Lippuner's Online Seminar on "r-Process Nucleosynthesis in Neutron Star Mergers". Details



JINA News -- CASPAR Accelerator Assembled Underground. Details



JINA News -- First Science Result With the JENSA Gas-Jet Target. Details



JINA News -- A Speed Trap for Nuclei. Details



JINA News -- Hubble Space Telescope Near-Ultraviolet Spectroscopy of Bright CEMP-s Stars. Details



JINA News -- Sean Couch's Online Seminar on "Simulations of Supernovae in 3D". Details



JINA News -- Discovery of the Brightest Ultra-Metal Poor Star. Details



JINA News -- Our Director Hendrik Schatz explains how nuclear accelerators relate to astrophysics in this great TedX talk. Watch the video.Details



JINA News -- Discover Magazine: The Archaeology of Stars -- JINA-CEE researchers seek to understand the origins of our universe by reconstructing the lives of its oldest sources of light.Details



JINA News -- The NSF Physics Division hosted a live hour-long Google Hangout with JINA-CEE at 2 pm ET / 1 pm CT on Thursday, July 30, 2015. Details


JINA News -- The Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics, Center for the Evolution of the Elements (JINA-CEE) has two new partners in its effort to foster scientific collaboration across nuclear astrophysics at institutions around the world. Recently, memoranda of understanding (MOU) were signed with TRIUMF in Vancouver, Canada, and Shanghai Jiao Tong University in Shanghai, China. Details


JINA News -- A web-based interface to the stellar evolution code, Modules for Experiments in Stellar Astrophysics (MESA), MESA-Web can be used for education purposes to calculate stellar models over a range of masses, metallicities, and rotational values. Website


JINA Event -- Nuclear Physics in Astrophysics VII: 28th EPS Nuclear Physics Divisional Conference was held on May 18 - 22, 2015 in York, North Yorkshire, UK. Website


JINA News -- AZURE2, a new R-matrix program written in C++ and built upon standard scientific libraries, has been released. It incorporates the graphical setup interface and R-matrix calculations into a single executable. The code also offers additional reaction physics including, but not limited to, multiple entrance channel calculations, beta delayed particle emission, and total cross section analysis for nucleon capture. The website has been updated with the new version of the source code, binaries for Windows and OS X, documentation, and a tutorial with examples to help you get started. Website


JINA News -- The NSF announced that the Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics - Center for the Evolution of Elements will continue to be designated as a Physics Frontiers Center. Details || Read more


JINA Event -- The JINA-CEE Frontiers in Nuclear Astrophysics Meeting was organized on March 23-25, 2015, at the James B. Henry Center for Executive Development, Michigan State University, Lansing, MI. Website


JINA News -- Dr. Frank Timmes awarded a Simons Fellowship in Theoretical Physics. Details || Simons Fellows Awardees: Theoretical Physics


JINA Event -- The workshop on r-Process: Status and Challenges was held at the University of Washington, Seattle, WA from July 28 - August 1, 2014. Website


JINA Event -- The 13th International Symposium on Nuclei in the Cosmos took place in Debrecen, Hungary from July 7 to 11, 2014. Website


JINA Event -- TALENT: Training in Advanced Low Energy Nuclear Theory was organized at Michigan State University from May 28 - June 13, 2014. Website


JINA Research -- A Special Topics issue of AIP Advances entitled Stardust: Progress and Problems in Nuclear Astrophysics, M.G. Bertolli and K.A. Chipps, editors, has just been published. The issue features contributions on cutting-edge nuclear astrophysics research in the US and abroad from many of the field’s top experimentalists, theorists, and modelers, including several JINA-affiliated researchers. Read


JINA Event -- The 2nd AAS Laboratory Astrophysics Division Meeting was held at the Westin Copley Place in Boston, MA from June 1 - 5, 2014. Details


JINA Meeting -- The meeting "Compact Objects in Michigan" took place at National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (NSCL), Michigan State University on April 25, 2014. Website


JINA Workshop -- A Workshop on Neutrino and Nuclear Astrophysics was held on April 14-16, 2014 in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Details


JINA Research -- Nature article: Strong neutrino cooling by cycles of electron capture and β- decay in neutron star crusts. Read


JINA Research -- A complete description of the origin of 35 isotopes (the p-nuclei) on the neutron-deficient side of the chart of nuclides has remained elusive to the nuclear astrophysics community. The favored scenario of photodisintegration reactions inside of type II supernovae) has failed to reproduce the observed abundance pattern. In an effort to improve the nuclear physics inputs in the models, JINA investigators designed the Summing Na(Tl) SUN detector at the NSCL to measure proton and alpha capture reactions at astrophysical energies. Details




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