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Stars, Supernovae and Nucleosynthesis III: 7-8 September 2016

Third BRIDGCE annual meeting: 2-day meeting on nuclear astrophysics, massive stars and supernovae Wednesday 7 September: Stars and Supernovae Thursday 8 September: GCE, Meteoritic Grains and Nuclear Astrophysics; This meeting is supported by the ERC starting grant no 306901

Event details

When

Sep 07, 2016 09:00 AM to
Sep 08, 2016 05:00 PM

Where

Lennard-Jones Laboratories, 1.25, Keele University

Contact Name

Contact Phone

+441782733324

Attendees

Raphael Hirschi (Keele) 7-8
Nobuya Nishimura (Keele) 7-8
Jacqueline den Hartogh 7-8
Chiaki Kobayashi (hertfordhsire) 7
Gabrielle Cescutti (6-9)
Thomas Rauscher (6-9)
Brad Gibson 7-8 (Hull)
Isobel Judson 7-8 (Hull)
Gareth Few 7-8 (Hull)
Chris Jordan 7-8(Hull)
Marco Pignatari 7-8 (Hull)
Jorick Vink 6-7 (Armagh)
Jose Groh 6-7 (DIAS)
Torsten Henkel 7-8 (Manchester)
Rob Izzard (IoA) 7-8
Ghina Halabi (IoA) 6-8
Clare Worley (IoA) 6-8
Adam Jermyn (IoA) 6-8
Camilla Juul Hansen (Dark-Cosmo, DK) 7-8
Umberto Battino (Basel) 5-9
Paul Crowther (Sheffield) 7
Alison Laird (York) 6-8
Nicholas Hubbard (York) 6-8
Michael Munch (York) 6-8
Christian Diget (York) 8
James Keegans (York) 6-8

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Meeting details:
Title: Stars, Supernovae and Nucleosynthesis
Dates: 7-8 September
Venue: School of Physics and Chemistry, Lennard-Jones Laboratories, Keele University, Keele, ST5 5BG

Program: To be confirmed
Day 1 (Wed 7 Sept) will be the continuation of the massive stars and supernovae meetings organised by John Eldridge in the past.

Day 2 (Thu 8 Sept) will be the continuation of the meetings organised by Alison in York in the last few years.

Full program:

Wednesday 7 September: stars and their supernovae

9.30am Arrival (+ coffee)

Stellar evolution and observations:

10.00 Raphael Hirschi (5'): Welcome and introduction to BRIDGCE

10.05 Jorick Vink (35’ talk +5’ questions): Mass loss across the HRD

10.45 Jose Groh (21’ + 5’): The look of massive stars

11.11 coffee break

11.40 Rob Izzard (20’ + 5’): [C/N] ratios and binary stars in the thick disc

12.05 Andrea Cristini (15’+ 5’): 3D hydrodynamic simulations of carbon burning

12.25 Clare Worley (35’ + 5’): Spectroscopy and stellar abundances overview

 

1.05 pm Lunch

 

2.15 Camilla Hansen (20’ + 5’): Silver and the weak r process

2.40 Paul Crowther (15’ + 5’): R136 dissected with HST/STIS: properties of massive stars in a rich young star cluster

3.00 coffee break

3.30 Chiaki Kobayashi (35’ + 5’): GCE overview

4.10 Gabriele Cescutti (20’ + 5’): Stochastic GCE models of the early universe: Constraints to the nature of the r-process events

4.35 General discussion: Uncertainties, future opportunities, …


7.00 pm workshop dinner in Newcastle at Koh-I-Noor (curry)

 

Thursday 8 September: GCE, meteoritic grains and nuclear astrophysics (nucleosynthesis)

9.30am Arrival (+ coffee)

10.00 Brad Gibson (15’ + 5’): GCE

10.20 Gareth Few (15’ + 5’): Chemo-dynamical simulations

10.40 Isobel Judson (15’ + 5’): radial flows and their impact on metallicity gradients

11.00 Chris Jordan (15’ + 5’): inhomogeneous GCE code

11.20 break (+ coffee)

11.50 Marco Pignatari (25’ +5’): NuGrid/pre-solar grains

12.20 Umberto Battino (15’ + 5’): Accretion-induced collapse of white dwarfs and related nucleosynthesis

12.40 Jacqueline den Hartogh (15’ + 5’): Rotating AGB models

 

1.00 pm Lunch (including discussion)

 

2.00 Nobuya Nishimura (25’ +5’): Sensitivity studies with Monte Carlo method: application to the s process

2.30 Thomas Rauscher (25’ + 5’): Uncertainties in the gamma process

3.00  James Keegans (15’ + 5’): Nucleosynthesis in Common Envelope Neutron Star Systems

3.20 coffee break

3.40 Nicholas Hubbard (15’ + 5’): The 23Na(alpha,p) reaction and its astrophysical reaction rate

4.00 Michael Kulmback (15’ + 5’): Lithium-7 reactions - Astrophysics and Nuclear structure

4.20 General discussion: BRIDGCE: future opportunities

6.00pm The end

 

 

Looking forward to seeing you all in Keele.
Raphael

See: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1agYIfFg2LQO5E0jU7xgec5aplTOIC4WRCJepuqJN0Bw/editfor draft program