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2017 JINA-CEE Frontiers in Nuclear Astrophysics

from Tuesday, February 7, 2017 (8:00 AM) to Thursday, February 9, 2017 (6:00 PM)
Radisson Hotel Lansing

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Feb 7, 2017
Feb 8, 2017
Feb 9, 2017
8:00 AM --- Registration ---
9:00 AM
Opening remarks (until 9:15 AM) ()
9:15 AM
Session 1 (until 10:30 AM) ()
9:15 AM Observing Gravitational Waves with Advanced LIGO and Hunting for Counterparts - Dr Laura Nuttall (Syracuse University)   ()
9:45 AM r-Process nucleosynthesis in neutron star merger disk outflows - Mr Jonas Lippuner (Caltech)   ()
10:00 AM Electromagnetic transients from neutron star mergers: detailed calculation of gamma-ray source - Oleg Korobkin (Los Alamos National Lab)   ()
10:15 AM Matter-neutrino resonance transitions above a neutron star merger remnant - Mr Yonglin Zhu (North Carolina State University)   ()
10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:00 AM
Session 2 (until 12:00 PM) ()
11:00 AM Astrophysics with Underground Accelerators - Prof. Michael Wiescher (University of Notre Dame)   ()
11:30 AM Study of the \(^{30}P(d,n)^{31}S\) Reaction to Probe Astrophysical Resonance Strengths - Terri Poxon-Pearson (Michigan State University)   ()
11:45 AM The 12C(alpha,gamma)16O reaction - Dr Richard J. deBoer (University of Notre Dame)   ()
8:00 AM --- Registration ---
9:00 AM
Session 5 (until 10:30 AM) ()
9:00 AM Equation of state constraints from chiral effective field theory interactions - Dr Ingo Tews (INT Seattle)   ()
9:30 AM Quantum simulations of nuclear pasta - Dr William Newton (Texas A&M University-Commerce)   ()
9:45 AM A study of the three-body force effect on the EOS properties of asymmetric nuclear matter - Prof. hesham mansour (Physics department,faculty of science,Cairo university,Egypt)   ()
10:00 AM A New Open-Source Nuclear Equation of State Framework based on the Liquid-Drop Model with Skyrme Interactions - Andre da Silva Schneider (California Institute of Technology)   ()
10:15 AM Constraining the symmetry energy at high density with the first SpiRIT experiments - Dr Giordano Cerizza (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (NSCL))   ()
10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:00 AM
Session 6 (until 12:00 PM) ()
11:00 AM X-ray Burst Oscillations and NICER - Simin Mahmoodifar (NASA/GSFC)   ()
11:30 AM Thermonuclear runaways investigated using beta decay experiments - Chris Wrede (MSU/NSCL)   ()
11:45 AM The first simulations of X-ray bursts during a time-variable accretion event - Mr Zac Johnston (Monash Centre for Astrophysics, Monash University)   ()
8:00 AM --- Registration ---
9:00 AM
Session 9 (until 10:30 AM) ()
9:00 AM Metal-poor stars in the CFHT Pristine Survey - Prof. Kim Venn (University of Victoria)   ()
9:30 AM Constraining the energy and statistics of neutron star mergers by simulating R-process element production in ultra faint dwarf galaxies - Dr Mohammadtaher Safarzadeh (Arizona State University)   ()
9:45 AM Impact of fission in the r-process nucleosynthesis: an energy density functional study - Mr Samuel Andrea Giuliani (Tu Darmstadt)   ()
10:00 AM Neutron-gamma competition and possible impact on the r-process - Artemis Spyrou (NSCL/FRIB)   ()
10:15 AM An update on the r-process one year after the discovery of Reticulum II - Dr Ian Roederer (University of Michigan)   ()
10:30 AM --- Coffee break ---
11:00 AM
Session 10 (until 11:30 AM) ()
11:00 AM Observing supernova neutrinos to late times - Shirley Li (The Ohio State University)   ()
11:15 AM Survey of CCSNe based on progenitor dependent explosions - Dr Tuguldur Sukhbold (The Ohio State University)   ()
11:30 AM
Unconference reports (until 12:00 PM) ()
12:00 PM --- Lunch break ---
1:30 PM
Session 3 (until 3:00 PM) ()
1:30 PM Measurements with In-Flight Radioactive Ion Beams and the Ignition of Type I X-ray Bursts - Jeffery Blackmon (Louisiana State University)   ()
2:00 PM Reconciling observations and models of thermonuclear bursts with nuclear experiments - Dr Duncan Galloway (Monash Centre for Astrophysics, Monash University)   ()
2:15 PM Simulating the Phase Separated rp-ash - Mr Matthew Caplan (Indiana University)   ()
2:30 PM Nuclear physics with observation of neutron stars: Where do we stand? Where are we going? - Dr Sebastien Guillot (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile)   ()
2:45 PM Study of 38Ca resonances in the 34Ar(α,p)37K reaction via proton scattering in 37K - Ms Lauer Amber (Louisiana State University)   ()
3:00 PM --- Coffee break ---
3:30 PM
Session 4 (until 4:30 PM) ()
3:30 PM Best and Furthest: Searching for Extremely- and Ultra Metal Poor Stars in the Outermost Halo - Dr Jinmi Yoon (University of Notre Dame)   ()
3:45 PM Convective-reactive nucleosynthesis in convective O-C shell mergers - Mr Christian Ritter (University of Victoria)   ()
4:30 PM
Poster advertisements (until 4:45 PM) ()
4:45 PM
Poster session (until 6:00 PM) ()
4:45 PM 3D hydrodynamic simulations of C ingestion into a convective O shell - Prof. Falk Herwig (University of Victoria)   ()
4:45 PM A Charged Particle Veto Wall for the Large Area Neutron Array (LANA) - Mr kuan zhu (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory)   ()
4:45 PM An Enhanced Capability PPMstar Code for Simulating Convective-Reactive Nucleosynthesis in Massive Stars Before they Explode - Prof. Paul Woodward (University of Minnesota)   ()
4:45 PM Constraining the isovector effective mass with neutron to proton ratio Rn/p from heavy-ion collisions - Dr Pierre Morfouace (NSCL)   ()
4:45 PM Cross Section Measurements of the 12C(α, γ)16O Reaction at E_c.m. = 3.7, 4.0, and 4.2 MeV - Rekam Giri (Ohio University, Athens, OH, USA)   ()
4:45 PM Development of a Neutron Long Counter Detector for (alpha, n) Cross Section Measurements at Ohio University - Ms Kristyn Brandenburg (Ohio University)   ()
4:45 PM Doppler Shift Lifetime measurements to constrain the \ce{^{30}P}($p,\gamma$)\ce{^{31}S} rate at classical nova temperatures - Cathleen Fry (MSU/NSCL)   ()
4:45 PM Elucidating the Convective Urca Process in Pre-Supernova White Dwarfs Using Three-Dimensional Simulations - Donald Willcox (Stony Brook University)   ()
4:45 PM Experiment to constrain models of calcium production in novae - Mr Pranjal Tiwari (MSU)   ()
4:45 PM Fast timing Detector For Time-of-Flight Mass Measurement - Mr Shree Neupane (Central Michigan University)   ()
4:45 PM Feasibility studies of $(d,{}^{2}\text{He})$ reactions at the AT-TPC - Dr Juan Carlos Zamora Cardona (NSCL)   ()
4:45 PM Impact of resolution on pre-supernova properties of massive stars - Ilka Petermann (Arizona State University)   ()
4:45 PM Investigating and reducing the impact of nuclear reaction rate uncertainties on 44Ti- production in core-collapse supernovae - Mr Shiv Kumar Subedi (Ohio University)   ()
4:45 PM Measurement of Beta-delayed Neutrons of r-process Isotopes with the BRIKEN Detector - Neerajan Nepal (Central Michigan University)   ()
4:45 PM Measuring the Acceptance of St George - Mr Chris Seymour (University of Notre Dame)   ()
4:45 PM Nature's fireworks: cosmic showers detected in the SπRIT Time Projection Chamber - Mr Jonathan Barney (NSCL)   ()
4:45 PM Neutron Star Seismological Implications for Continuous Gravitational Wave Detection at LIGO - Dr Satyen Baindur (Affiliation after 1/1/2017 TBD)   ()
4:45 PM Neutron Superfluidity Deep in the Neutron Star Crust - Ryan Connolly (Michigan State University)   ()
4:45 PM Plans to constrain the 30P(p,γ)31S thermonuclear reaction rate by measuring the branching ratio of 31Cl β-delayed protons - Mr Tamas Budner (Michigan State University)   ()
4:45 PM Probing Galactic Chemical Evolution with J-PLUS Photometry using Artificial Neural Networks - Mr Devin Whitten (University of Notre Dame)   ()
4:45 PM Probing Neutron Stars with Neutron/Proton Ratios - Mr Sean Sweany (MSU)   ()
4:45 PM Properties of Core-Collapse Supernova Progenitors From Monte Carlo Stellar Models - Mr Carl Fields (Michigan State University)   ()
4:45 PM Radiation hydrodynamics simulation of Black Widow Pulsar - Ms Maria Barrios Sazo (Stony Brook University)   ()
4:45 PM S-wave 7Be+p Scattering Lengths from R-Matrix Analysis of Elastic and Inelastic scattering - SOM PANERU (Ohio University)   ()
4:45 PM Simulating Detector Efficiency for Experimental Constraint of 56-Ni(n,p)56-Co - Jacob Davison (Central Michigan University)   ()
4:45 PM The First (α,xn) reaction in inverse kinematics study with the HabaNERO detector at NSCL - Dr Sunghoon (Tony) Ahn (JINA/NSCL)   ()
4:45 PM The Rise of Carbon in the Universe - Ms Kaitlin Rasmussen (University of Notre Dame)   ()
4:45 PM Time-Of-Flight Mass Measurement at Rare-Isotope Beam Factory, RIBF - Mr Santosh Gaire (Central Michigan University)   ()
4:45 PM Ultra metal-poor stars: Non-LTE abundances - Dr Rana Ezzeddine (MIT)   ()
6:00 PM --- Dinner break ---
8:30 PM
Workshop (until 10:00 PM) ()
8:30 PM Art 2 Science meta-Outreach - Dr Micha Kilburn (University of Notre Dame)   ()
12:00 PM --- Lunch break ---
1:30 PM
Session 7 (until 3:00 PM) ()
1:30 PM Chemical Enrichment from the First Stars and Galaxies - Prof. John Wise (Georgia Institute of Technology)   ()
2:00 PM A Novel Pre-supernova Pop III Stellar Evolution and Nucleosynthesis Scenario for the most Fe-deficient star (Keller star) - Ms Ondrea Clarkson (University of Victoria)   ()
2:15 PM The physics and GCE yields of i-process nucleosynthesis in He-shell flashes on white dwarfs - Dr Pavel Denisenkov (University of Victoria, Canada)   ()
2:30 PM HECTOR: High Efficiency TOtal absorption spectrometeR - Dr Anna Simon (University of Notre Dame)   ()
2:45 PM Probing the Astrophysical Sites of Light and Heavy Elements - Dr Benoit Cote (Michigan State University / University of Victoria)   ()
3:00 PM --- Coffee break ---
3:30 PM
Session 8 (until 4:45 PM) ()
3:30 PM PANDORA a Facility for In-Plasma Nuclear Astrophysics - Prof. Agatino Musumarra (University of Catania and LNS-INFN)   ()
3:45 PM Phase-imaging mass measurements with the Canadian Penning trap mass spectrometer - Rodney Orford (McGill University)   ()
4:00 PM Studying the 7-Be(α, γ)11-C reaction rate with DRAGON and the nuclear physics uncertainties of the νp-process - Mr Athanasios Psaltis (McMaster University)   ()
4:15 PM The beta-decay rate of 59Fe in shell burning environment - Prof. Xiaodong Tang (Institute of Modern Physics, CAS)   ()
4:30 PM R-process experiments at the Radioactive Ion Beam Factory - Alfredo Estrade (Central Michigan University)   ()
4:45 PM
Unconference (until 6:00 PM) ()
12:00 PM
Closing remarks (until 12:15 PM) ()