Jul
17
2017

MICRA 2017 - Microphysics in Computational Relativistic Astrophysics (Opens in a new window)

East Lansing, Michigan

Workshops & Conferences

MICRA 2017 will be an interdisciplinary workshop aimed at fostering exchange between nuclear (astro-)physicists and computational modelers of relativistic astrophysical phenomena, such as the mergers of neutron star and core-collapse supernovae. A major goal of the workshop series is to foster efforts to include increasingly realistic microphysics in simulations so that we can confidently interpret multi-messenger observations of high density environments.

Jun
29
2017

p-process Workshop 2017 (Opens in a new window)

University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

Workshops & Conferences

This is the 6th of the series of biennial workshops dedicated to nucleosynthesis of heavy neutron-deficient nuclei. The workshop covers a wide range of topics related to p-nuclei:

Jun
28
2017

Grandparents Universtiy Nuclear Lesson with Marbles (Opens in a new window)

National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory

Outreach

This program invites MSU alumni to bring their grandchildren for three days of classes on campus. Participants used JINA-CEE’s “marble nuclei” model to learn about isotopes and nuclear reactions before touring the National Superconducting Cyclotron laboratory

Jun
27
2017

Grandparents University Nuclear Lesson with Marbles (Opens in a new window)

National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, MSU

Outreach

This program invites MSU alumni to bring their grandchildren for three days of classes on campus. Participants used JINA-CEE’s “marble nuclei” model to learn about isotopes and nuclear reactions before touring the National Superconducting Cyclotron laboratory

Jun
19
2017

NuGrid Collaboration Meeting 2017 (Opens in a new window)

NSCL, Michigan State University

Workshops & Conferences

The NuGrid collaboration meeting 2017 will be hosted by JINA-CEE and be held at NSCL in East Lansing June 19—25.

The Nucleosynthesis Grid (NuGrid) project develops and maintains tools for large scale post-processing nucleosynthesis simulations and includes 24 senior investigators, and 33 younger scientists including students and postdocs from 21 institutions in North America, Europe and Australia.

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