Nuclear Reaction Rates for the s-process (Opens in a new window)

Naples, Italy

The slow neutron capture process (s-process) is one of the main mechanisms for the production of heavy elements in stars. In the recent years great…

19th Russbach School on Nuclear Astrophysics (Opens in a new window)

Russbach, Austria

The 19th Russbach School on Nuclear Astrophysics will take place in the village of Rußbach am Paß Gschütt, southeast of Salzburg, Austria. The school…

Educational Resources

We have a cross institutional mentoring program to support the education of our members!

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Recorded Seminars and Lectures

Watch a broad range of seminars, talks, and lectures on topics in nuclear astrophysics.

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Teaching Resources

Course materials for teaching nuclear astrophysics courses and for self study

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Virtual Journal

The virtual journal makes it easy to keep up with current research. You can for example find recent review articles in nuclear astrophysics.


Training for reaction network codes

Learn to use reaction network code XNet by Raph Hix by following instructions, lectures, and group activities at the JINA-TALENT course below.


Engage in Outreach

JINA-CEE members can contact JINA-CEE Outreach to learn how to be involved, discuss ideas for new educational initiatives, or suggest venues to give public talks.

Please share your outreach activities with us through this form. Information collected will be used for reporting purposes and also as input for the new Outreach Award!

Early Career researchers at MSU and Notre Dame can reach out to the following contacts:


JINA-CEE Schools

JINA-CEE schools are open to all young scientists working in areas related to nuclear astrophysics. They are often organized with partner institutions around the world and typically include lectures, group activities, and networking opportunities.