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 effort was devoted on improving our knowledge on the nuclear reactions primarily responsible for s-process, i.e.13C(a,n)16O and 22Ne(a,n)25Mg.
Measurement of the 235U(n,f) cross section relative to n-p scattering up to 500 MeV at the n_TOF facility at CERN featuring Alice Manna (CERN) (Opens in a new window)
Hosted by: Denise Piatti (University of Padova)
The 19th Russbach School on Nuclear Astrophysics will take place in the village of Rußbach am Paß Gschütt, southeast of Salzburg, Austria. The school dates will be from March 03 (arrival and registration) to March 09 (departure) 2024.
Hosted by: Melissa Mendes (TU Darmstadt)
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Hosted by: Avrajit Bandyopadhyay
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Hosted by: Rob Yates (University of Surrey)
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IReNA Online Seminar featuring Juergen Schaffner-Bielich (Goethe University Frankfurt) (Opens in a new window)
*Please note that this seminar will take place at 10am Eastern Time
Hosted by Melissa Mendes Silva (TU Darmstadt)
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Hosted by the University of Notre Dame
The 2024 CeNAM Frontiers in Nuclear Astrophysics Meeting continues the series of former JINA and JINA-CEE Frontiers meetings with the goal to bring together the participants, collaborators, and other interested researchers in nuclear physics, astronomy, astrophysics, and other relevant fields to discuss progress and future directions in the understanding of the origin of the elements and the physics of neutron stars in the multi-messenger era.
The first IANNA-IReNA workshop on new reaction rates for Nuclear Astrophysics is being organized as a collaboration between IANNA (Ibero American Network of Nuclear Astrophysics) and IReNA (International Research Network for Nuclear Astrophysics), with main co-sponsorship from IReNA.
The 2024 AZURE2 R-Matrix Summer School will be held at the University of Edinburgh from the 23rd to the 28th June 2024.
Please find below some important information regarding the school:
The astrophysical origin of Carbon and its role in stellar evolution is one of the most exciting problems in nuclear and stellar astrophysics, and it was recently shown to play a key role in the interpretation of Gravitational wave data from mergers of binary black holes, via the dependence of the BH mass gap on the 12C(alpha,gamma)16O reaction.
The Nuclear Physics in Astrophysics XI (NPA-XI) conference brings together scientists working in nuclear astrophysics, including laboratory experiments, theoretical nuclear physics, astronomy, and astrophysics.
The Nuclei in the Cosmos School will take place from June 9-13, 2025 in Barcelona, Spain.
The Nuclei in the Cosmos XVIII Conference will take place from June 15-20, 2025 in Girona, Spain.
More information to come.