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Events


May 25 - 29, 2015
GNASH: The anomalous metal-poor stars and convective-reactive nuclear astrophysics
-- Victoria, BC, Canada

May 27 - 29, 2015
Binary Neutron Star Mergers
-- Thessaloniki, Greece

June 10 - 13, 2015
P-Process workshop 2015: Status and Outlook
-- Limassol, Cyprus

June 22 - July 10, 2015
TALENT 2015: Nuclear Physics of Neutron Stars and Supernovae -- INT, Seattle

June 29 - July 8, 2015
Young Scientists Study Group on Neutrino & Nuclear Physics for Nucleosynthesis & Chemical Evolution -- Shanghai, China

June 30 - July 2, 2015
The Neutron Star Radius, And All That Jazz
-- Montreal, Canada

June 19 - 24, 2016
NIC-XIV -- 14th International Symposium on Nuclei in the Cosmos -- Niigata, Japan


Outreach


Physics of Atomic Nuclei (PAN) Program
A free residential summer camp for high school students (at University of Notre Dame or at Michigan State University) and science teachers (at MSU only).
The program introduces participants to the fundamentals of the extremely small domain of atomic nuclei and its connection to the extremely large domain of astrophysics and cosmology.
  Website

Summer Camps
Art 2 Science & Science 2 Theater Summer Camps are spin-offs of JINA's Art 2 Science after-school programs which seek to ignite stellar imaginations through an integrated STEAM approach to learning.
Participants learn about math, science, and engineering through creative hands-on projects.
  Details

News

New International Partners with JINA-CEE

AZURE2 Released
Website

Dr. Frank Timmes awarded a Simons Fellowship in Theoretical Physics
Simons Fellows Awardees: Theoretical Physics

JINA-CEE supported undergrad wins top prize

The gerneral relativistic instability supernova of a supermassive population III star
Also see the article by LBNL

How huge early stars enriched the universe
Also see the Perspective by Bromm

"Stardust" issue of AIP Advances

New neutrino cooling process in neutron stars found






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