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JINA-CEE Thesis Work



Semi-Analytic Modeling of Stellar Populations in Astrophysical Simulations
Brian D. Crosby (2016)
Michigan State University, USA


Design and construction of the SpiRIT TPC
Suwat Tangwancharoen(2016)
Michigan State University, USA


Isospin Mixing and the 30P(p,γ)31S Reaction Rate
Michael Bennett(2016)
Michigan State University, USA


Observation of Doppler Broadening in Beta-Delayed Proton-Gamma Decay
Sarah Schwarts (2016)
Michigan State University, USA


Explosive Nucleosynthesis in the Supernovae of Massive Metal-Free Stars
James Grimmett (2016)
Monash University, Australia


The Effects of Helium Enrichment on intermediate mass stars in Globular Clusters
Joshua Cameron (2016)
Monash University, Australia


Thermonuclear Bursts from Millisecond Pulsars
Adelle Goodwin (2016)
Monash University, Australia


X-ray superbursts: Simulating thermonuclear ignition on the surface of neutron stars.
Zac Johnston (2016)
Monash University, Australia


The Development of 93Zr-93Nb Isobar Seperation Technique for Ffuture 93Zr AMS Measurement.
Wenting Lu(2016)
University of Notre Dame, USA


20Ne(p, y)21Na Cross Section Study with the 5U Accelerator.
Stephanie Lyons (2016)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Properties of Supernova Progenitor Stars.
Carl Edward Fields Jr. (2016)
Arizona State University, USA


Measurement of the Half-Life of 60FE for Stellar and Early Solar System Models Using the Direct Decay of 60m CO and Accelerator Mass Spectrometry.
Karen Ostdiek(2016)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Fingerprints of the First Stars: Matching Abundance Patterns using Evolutionary Algorithms.
Conrad Chan(2016)
Monash University, Australia


Density Functional Equation of State for Use in Astrophysical Phenomena.
Johanna Olsen(2016)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Core Helium Burning and Low-Metallicity AGB Stars: Structure and Evolution.
Tom Constantino(2016)
Monash University, Australia


Precision Measurement of Isospin Diffusion
Jack Winkelbauer(2015)
Michigan State University, USA


Search for the Isovector Giant Monopole Resonance via the 28Si(10Be,10B+γ) Reaction at 100 MeV/u
Michael Scott(2015)
Michigan State University, USA


Determination of Density and Momentum Dependence of Nuclear Symmetry Potentials with Asymmetric Heavy Ion
Rachel Hodges Showalter(2015)
Michigan State University, USA


Neutrinos in Core-Collapse Supernovaea.
MacKenzie Warren(2015)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Equilibrium Charge State Distributions of Ni, Co, AND Cu Beams in Molybdenum at ~2MeV/u.
Panagiotis Gastis(2015)
Central Michigan University, USA


Exotic Nuclear Excitations: The Transverse Wobbling Mode in 135Pr.
James Matta(2015)
University of Notre Dame, USA


A Measurement of Actinide Neutron Transmutations with Accelerator Mass Spectrometry in Order to Infer Neutron Capture Cross Sections.
William Bauder(2015)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Capture cross sections for the astrophysical p process
Stephen J. Quinn (2015)
Michigan State University, USA


Stellar neutron sources and s-process nucleosynthesis in massive stars
Rashi Talwar (2015)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Radiation induced chemical activity at iron and copper oxide
Sarah Reiff (2015)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Measurement of the 14N(p,γ)15O reaction in the CNO cycle
Qian Li (2015)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Extension of the nuclear mass surface for neutron-rich isotopes of argon through iron
Zachary Meisel (2015)
Michigan State University, USA


Conversion Coefficient Measurements of 176Lu using ICEBall
Anthony Battaglia (2015)
University of Notre Dame, USA


β-delayed neutron emission studies of neutron-rich palladium and silver isotopes
Karl I. Smith
University of Notre Dame, USA


On the production of the light heavy-elements (A ~90)
Brian M. Bucher (2014)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Delayed Neutron Emission Studies of Neutron-Rich Palladium and Silver Isotopes
Karl Smith (May 2014)
University of Notre Dame,USA


Modeling galactic chemical evolution in cosmological simulations
Carolyn Cynthia Peruta (2013)
Michigan State University, USA


Testing the Angular Acceptance and Ion Optics Calculation for the St George Recoil Mass Separator
Michael Rix(April 2013)
University of Surrey, UK


Experimentally Constraining the Nucleosynthesis of 60Fe in Massive Stars
Ethan Uberseder (March 2013)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Direct Capture in Nuclear Astrophysics
Antonios Kontos (January 2012)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Measurement of Alpha Capture Reactions on 17O and 18O for the s-Process
Andreas Christian Best (January, 2012)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Measurements and Analysis of α-induced Reactions of Importance for Nuclear Astrophysics
Richard James deBoer (August 2011)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Nucleosynthesis during Freeze-Out Expansions in Core-Collapse Supernovae
Georgios Magkotsios (May 2011)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Testing the Properties of a Gas Target System
Charles Akers (April 2011)
University of Surrey, UK


Reaction Rate Calculations in dense Stellar Matter
Mary Beard (August 2010)
University of Notre Dame, USA


New Measurements and R-Matrix Analysis of the 15N(p,lamda)16O Reaction,
Paul J. LeBlanc (August 2010)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Exploring the αp-Process with high Precision (p,t) Reactions
Shawn O’Brien (August 2010)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Experimental Investigation of the Reactions 25Mg(α,n)28Si, 26Mg(α,n)29Si, 18O(α,n)21Ne and their Impact on Stellar Nucleosynthesis
Sascha Falahat (July 2010)
Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz, Germany


a-Capture and a-Elastic Scattering on p-Nuclei to probe
the Hauser-Freshbach Framework

Annalia Palumbo (July 2009)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Improvement of the Neutron Emission Ratio Observer by an Active Cosmic Ray Shield
Clemens Herlitzius (2008)
University of Mainz, Germany (Based on research done during a research stay at Michigan State University, USA)


AGB Star Nucleosynthesis of the Magnesium Isotopes
Elisabeth Strandberg (April 2007)
University of Notre Dame, USA


The 18F(a,p)21Ne reaction and its Astrophysical Implications
Hye Young Lee (January 2007)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Oscillations and Surface Physics of Neutron Stars and White Dwarfs
Anthony Piro (July 2006)
University of California at Santa Barbara, USA


R-Martrix Analysis of CNO Cycle Reactions
Edward Charles Simpson (March 2006)
University of Surrey, UK


Identifizierung von r-Prozesskernen in der 132Sn Gegend
Ruben Kessler (January 2006)
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany


Untersuchung der Kernreaktion 20Ne(p,g)21Na im astrophysikalisch interessanten Energiebereich (English version)
Sascha Falahat (January 2006)
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, Germany


19F(p,g)20Ne and the Stellar CNO Burning Cycle
Aaron Couture (December 2005)
University of Notre Dame, USA


The 19F(a,p)22Ne Reaction and the Nucleosynthesis of Fluorine
Claudio Ugalde (July 2005)
University of Notre Dame, USA


Beta Decay Studies in Neutron Rich Tc, Ru, Rh and Pd Isotopes
and the Weak r-Process

Fernando A. Montes (2005)
Michigan State University, USA


The Surface Composition of Neutron Stars
Philip Chang (July 2005)
University of California at Santa Barbara, USA


Experimental and Theoretical Challenges in Understanding
the rp-Process on Accreting Neutron Star

Mark S. Wallace (2005)
Michigan State University, USA


The Rates of 6He(a,n)9Be and 4He(2n, g)6He Reactions and the Astrophysical r-Process
Amy Jane Bartlett (March 2005)
University of Surrey, UK


Heating and Cooling of Neutron Star Crusts
Michelle Suzanne Ouellette (2005)
Michigan State University, USA


Beta-Decay Studies of 78Ni and Other Neutron-Rich Nuclei in the Astrophysical r-Process
Paul T. Hosmer (2005)
Michigan State University, USA





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