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Forging Connections: From Nuclei to the Cosmic Web a JINA-CEE workshop

US/Eastern
Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, East Lansing, USA

Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, East Lansing, USA

Description
Roughly half of the elements in the universe that are heavier than helium are in stars and the interstellar medium, and the rest is in the circumgalactic and intergalactic medium.  All of these elements are produced in stars or their remnants, and they are critical to both structure formation (i.e., star and galaxy formation) and stellar evolution.  The purpose of Forging Connections: From Nuclei to the Cosmic Web is to bring together observers, experimentalists, and theorists whose expertise spans the range of subjects necessary to understand the full life cycle of the baryonic content of the universe, and to forge connections to address the challenges relating to studying chemical enrichment in the era of large stellar and IGM surveys.

The fundamental connections between chemical elements and the cosmos remain a rich site of fascinating challenges that include the interplay between stars, chemical evolution, galaxies, the intergalactic medium, and large scale structure. This bonanza of physical puzzles is closely linked with the generation of gravitational waves, the r-process from compact objects, and the diversity of exoplanet atmospheres. 
Recent observational and experimental clues that challenge conventional wisdom coupled with the expectation of large quantities of data from upcoming surveys and experiments, coupled with new advances in modeling and simulations offer significant improvements in our quantitative understanding of the connections between nuclei and the cosmic web. An international and interdisciplinary meeting, Forging
Connections: From Nuclei to the Cosmic Web is designed to promote collaboration to solve a range of open questions.


Scientific Organizing Committee:
Brian O’Shea (MSU; Chair)
Benoit Cote (MSU/U. Victoria; Co-Chair)

Falk Herwig (Victoria)
Hendrik Schatz (MSU/NSCL)
Frank Timmes (ASU)


Timothy Beers (Notre Dame)
Eric Bell (U. Michigan)
Anna Frebel (MIT)
Molly Peeples (STScI)
Marco Pignatari (Basel)
Devin Silvia (MSU)
Artemis Spyrou (MSU/NSCL)
Participants
  • Adam Jacobs
  • Alexander Heger
  • Alexander Ji
  • Alfredo Estrade
  • Alison Laird
  • Amanda Karakas
  • Anirudh Chiti
  • Anna Frebel
  • Benjamin Wehmeyer
  • Benoit Côté
  • Brian O'Shea
  • Broxton Miles
  • Carl Fields
  • Carla Frohlich
  • Charli Sakari
  • Charlie Conroy
  • Chris Fryer
  • Christian Ritter
  • Christine Hampton
  • Claire Kopenhafer
  • Claudia Travaglio
  • Daniele Sorini
  • Debopam Som
  • Devin Silvia
  • Duane Lee
  • Eak Raj PAUDEL
  • Eric Deleeuw
  • Evan Grohs
  • Falk Herwig
  • Fernando Montes
  • fx timmes
  • Gerard Gilmore
  • Gry M. Tveten
  • Hendrik Schatz
  • Hugo Martel
  • Hui Li
  • Ian Roederer
  • Ilka Petermann
  • Iris Dillmann
  • Jacqueline Den Hartogh
  • James Keegans
  • Jasmin Shin
  • Jason Tumlinson
  • Joss Bland-Hawthorn
  • Justin Grace
  • Kim Venn
  • Lan Nguyen
  • Lena Simon
  • MacKenzie Warren
  • Mallory Smith
  • marco Pignatari
  • Marius Eichler
  • Matthew Caplan
  • Michael Wiescher
  • Mohammadtaher Safarzadeh
  • Ondrea Clarkson
  • Pavel Denisenkov
  • Rana Ezzeddine
  • Rick Sarmento
  • Robert Andrassy
  • Roland Diehl
  • Rongmon Bordoloi
  • Satyen Baindur
  • Sven Buder
  • Trystyn Berg
  • Tuguldur Sukhbold
  • Tyrone Woods
  • Umberto Battino
  • Xinghai Zhao
  • Young-Dae Jung
Contact
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