Public data resources for nuclear astrophysics research provided by JINA-CEE and other groups world wide. Included are nuclear data, such as nuclear reaction rates, and astrophysics data such as stellar element abundances.
Nuclear Reaction Rates
JINA-CEE Reaclib Database provides more than 60,000 nuclear reaction rates that are ready to be used in astrophysical models. The default library is continuously updated, while well defined snapshot releases can be referenced and shared among researchers for model comparisons.
Stellar Abundance Information
JINA-CEE Stellar Abundance Database JINAbase provides detailed abundance information of 2766 stars from 173 publications. The user interface enables easy graphing of user selected element ratios to explore trends and scatter.
Public code resources for nuclear astrophysics research provided by JINA-CEE and other groups worldwide. Included are for example nuclear R-matrix analysis codes, nuclear reaction network codes, and model codes for stars and stellar explosions.
Looking for a job in nuclear astrophysics research? JINA-CEE lists current job openings around the world in nuclear physics and astrophysics research that may be of interest for scientists with a nuclear astrophysics background.
JINA-CEE virtual journals provide a weekly compilation of published articles in nuclear astrophysics and SEGUE astronomy. The articles are chosen from 42 journals that publish articles in astrophysics, astronomy, nuclear physics, or particle physics. All articles are stored in a searchable database - it is for example possible to search for "r-process review articles", or "experimental papers on the s-process"
Complete listing of past and future conferences and workshops in nuclear physics and astrophysics that may be of interest to scientists with a nuclear astrophysics background. Listed are JINA-CEE workshops and conferences as well as workshops and conferences organized by other groups around the world.
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