Programme


Please note that the programme is subject to change.

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Tuesday 19 May 2015

08:30

Registration

 

Session 5 – Nuclear structure, reactions and theory

09:00

Invited presentation – Nuclear astrophysics with indirect methods
Carlos Bertulani, Texas A&M University, USA

09:30

Mirror nuclei and insights into cross-sections for reactions of astrophysical interest
David Jenkins, University of York, UK

09:50

New direct investigations of the 19F(p,α0)16O reaction down to 200 keV
Ivano Lombardo, University of Napoli Federico II / INFN-Napoli, Italy

10:10

Theoretical cross sections in the 12C(α,γ)16O reaction
Masahiko Katsuma, Osaka City University, Japan

10:30

Morning refreshment break 

 

Session 6 – Nuclear structure, reactions and theory

11:00

γ-process reaction studies via in-beam γ-ray spectroscopy at HORUS
Philipp Scholz, University of Cologne, Germany

11:20

Microscopic description of r-process nuclei fission properties
Samuel Andrea Giuliani, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany

11:40

Beyond BCS pairing in high-density neutron matter
Arnau Rios Huguet, University of Surrey, UK

12:00

α-induced reaction cross sections in the mass range A ≈ 20 − 50: a critical review
Peter Mohr, Diakonie-Klinikum, Germany

12:20

Lunch and exhibition

 

Session 7 – Galactic chemical evolution / Big bang nucleosynthesis

14:00

Invited presentation – Primordial nucleosynthesis after planck
Brian Fields, University of Illinois, USA

14:30

Search for resonant states in 10C and 11C and their impact on the primordial 7Li abundance
Faïrouz Hammache, Institut de Physique nucléaire d’Orsay, France

14:50

Trojan Horse cross section measurements and their impact on primordial nucleosynthesis
Rosario Pizzone, INFN LNS, Italy

15:10

Nuclear forces towards the drip‐line viewed from the study of neutron‐rich F isotope
Olivier Sorlin, GANIL, France

15:30

Afternoon refreshment break

 

Session 8 – Galactic chemical evolution / Big bang nucleosynthesis

16:00

PUSHing 1D CCSNe to explosions: Model and SN 1987A
Carla Frohlich, North Carolina State University, USA

16:20

Subclasses of type Ia Supernovae as the origin of [alpha/Fe] ratios in dwarf spheroidal galaxies
Chiaki Kobayashi, University of Hertfordshire, UK

16:40

The key role of SNIa at different metallicities for galactic chemical evolution of p-Nuclei
Claudia Travaglio, INAF - Astrophysical Observatory Turin, Italy

17:00

Poster and Exhibitors session

19:30

Close of day two


Registration now closed

Key dates

  • Full paper submission deadline:
    30 September 2015
  • Early registration deadline:
    10 April 2015
  • Registration deadline:
    8 May 2015

Links

Abstract Book (PDF 5.5 MB
Conference Handbook (PDF 5 MB)