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Stars, Supernovae and Nucleosynthesis II: 16-17 September 2015

Second BRIDGCE annual meeting: 2-day meeting on nuclear astrophysics, massive stars and supernovae Wednesday 16 September: Stars and Supernovae Thursday 17 September: GCE, Meteoritic Grains and Nuclear Astrophysics; This meeting is supported by the ERC starting grant no 306901

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When

Sep 16, 2015 09:00 AM to
Sep 17, 2015 05:00 PM

Where

Lennard-Jones Laboratories, 1.25, Keele University

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Contact Phone

+441782733324

Attendees

Rob Izzard 15 - 17
Brad Gibson 16 - 17
Chris Jordan 16 - 17
Anders Jerkstand 16 - 17
Thomas Rauscher 15 - 18
Gareth Few 15 - 17
Stuart Sim 16 - 17
Zsolt Podolyak 16 - 17
Alex Clarke 16 - 17
Jorick Vink 16 - 17
Christian Diget 16 - 17
Ruchi Garg 16 - 17
Jos Riley 15 - 17
Gabriele Cescutti 15 - 18
Thomas Masseron 15 - 17
Alison Laird 17
Sean Ryan 17
Raphael Hirschi 16 - 17
Sasha Kozyreva 16 - 17
Nobuya Nishimura 16 - 17
Jacqueline den Hartogh 16 - 17
Andrea Cristini 16 - 17

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Meeting details:
Title: Stars, Supernovae and Nucleosynthesis
Dates: 16-17 September
Venue: School of Physics and Chemistry, Lennard-Jones Laboratories, Keele University, Keele, ST5 5BG

Program:
Day 1 (Wed 16 Sept) will be the continuation of the massive stars and supernovae meetings organised by John Eldridge in the past.

Day 2 (Thu 17 Sept) will be the continuation of the meetings organised by Alison in York in the last few years.

Full program:

Wednesday 16 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 Rob Izzard (40'+10'): Review: stellar evolution with binary interactions
10.55 Raphael Hirschi (11'+5'): Stellar evolution: 321D link for convection and rotation as part of the SHYNE project

11.11 coffee break

11.40 Thomas Masseron (20'+5'): Stellar abundance observations
12.05 Jorick Vink (20'+5'): Very massive stars in the local universe
12.30 Discussion

1.00 pm Lunch

2.00 Stuart Sim (30'+10'): Review SNe (focus on SNIa)
2.40 Sasha Kozyreva (20'+10'): The link between SLSNe and PISNe

3.10 coffee break

3.40 Anders Jerkstand (20'+10'): Nebular spectra and nucleosynthesis of pair-instability SNe
4.10 Morgan Fraser (30'+10'): Observational constraints on core-collapse supernova progenitors in the local Universe
4.50 General discussion

7.00 pm workshop dinner at Koh-I-Noor restaurant, Newcastle

Thursday 17 September: GCE, meteoritic grains and nuclear astrophysics

9.30am Arrival (+ coffee)

10.00 Thomas Rauscher (30'+10'): Review: Theory considerations in nucleosynthesis beyond Fe with special emphasis on p-nuclei
10.40 Christian Diget (30'+10'): Review: Experimental determination of reaction rates

11.20 break (+ coffee)

11.40 Ruchi Garg (20'+5'): Experimental studies of Carbon 12 production in stellar evolution
12.05 Jos Riley (20'+5'): 18F abundance study in Novae for model/observation comparison
12.30 Nobuya Nishimura (20'+5'): Sensitivity studies for the weak s process

1.00 pm Lunch (including discussion)

2.00 Brad Gibson (20'+5'): GCE overview: Uniqueness and degeneracies
2.25 Chris Jordan (20'+5'): Inhomogeneous GCE
2.50 Gabriele Cescutti (20'+5'): Hunting the nature of the First Stars: the role of the isotopic ratios of barium

3.15 coffee break

3.30 Gareth Few (40'+10'): Review: Galaxy chemo-dynamics
4.20 General discussion: BRIDGCE: future opportunities

6.00pm The end

Looking forward to seeing you all in Keele.
Raphael