Programme 


Please note that the programme is subject to change.

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Thursday 21 May 2015

08:30

Registration

 

Session 11 – Stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis

09:00

Invited presentation – 3D stellar hydro for stellar origin and galactic evolution of the elements
Falk Herwig, University of Victoria, Canada

09:30

The intermediate neutron-capture process in stars
Marco Pignatari, University of Basel, Switzerland

09:50

Invited presentation – Probing horrendous space kablooies through horrendous laboratory kablooies
Anuj Parikh, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain

10:20

Theory of stellar convection: removing the mixing-length parameter
Stefano Pasetto, University College London, UK

10:40

Morning refreshment break

 

Session 12 - Stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis

11:10

Invited presentation – Nuleosynthesis in massive stars
Georges Meynet, Geneva University, Switzerland

11:40

Looking for the imprints of the first stellar generations in metal-poor bulge field star
Cesar Siqueira Mello, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil

12:00

12C+12C measurements at low energies
Lizeth Morales Gallegos, University of Edinburgh, UK / INFN-Naples, Italy

12:20

Measurement of 23Na(α,p)26Mg at energies relevant to 26Al production in massive stars and nucleosynthesis in SNIa
Jessica Tomlinson, University of York, UK

12:40

Lunch and exhibition

 

Session 13 - Stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis

14:00

Nucleosynthesis of 26Al in massive stars: New 27Al states above alpha and neutron emission thresholds
Nicolas de Séréville, Institut de Physique Nucléaire, France

14:20

Spectroscopic study of 27Al states above the neutron threshold via the 26Mg(3He,d) reaction
Stephen Gillespie, University of York, UK

14:40

Branching ratio of the β-delayed α-decay of 16N and its effect on the calculated 12C(α,γ)16O reaction rate
Jonas Refsgaard, Aarhus University, Denmark

15:00

Low energy scattering cross section ratios of 14N(p,p)14N
Richard deBoer, University of Notre Dame, USA

15:20

Afternoon refreshment break

 

Session 14 – Industrial, EU funding and panel discussion

15:50

Invited presentation – Detection of MeV scale neutrinos in underground laboratories
Aldo Ianni, Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc, Spain

16:20

Academic collaboration with industry – Why and how?
David Jenkins, University of York, UK

16:35

Collaboration with NUMAscale and EU funding
Raphael Hirschi, Keele University, UK

16:50

Industrial collaboration with academia
Andrew Petts, EDF Energy, UK

17:00

Panel discussion

17:30

Close of day four

19:00

Conference Gala dinner and drinks reception at The Merchant Adventurers' Hall for delegates who has pre-booked

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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)