JINA-CEE @ MSU Seminars

Lunchtime Research Seminars

These are seminars held at MSU for a wide scientific audience ranging from undergrads to faculty, and from Astrophysics to Physics-Astronomy.

Pizza, coffee and tea are available for all attendees.

1400 Bio Physical Science Building

Scheduled Mondays at 12:30pm

Fall 2018/Spring 2019


Upcoming Seminars:

04/15/2019 Roland Diehl, Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, Title: Gamma-ray spectroscopy from nuclei in the cosmos Poster/Abstract

Past Seminars:

09/10/2018 Ian Roederer, University of Michigan

Observations of r-process elements in low-metallicity halo stars

Video

Poster/Abstract


10/08/2018 Christopher Fryer, Los Alamos National Laboratory

Neutron Stars and their Interaction with Stellar Companions: Thorne-Zytkow Objects or Gamma-Ray Burst Progenitor?

Video

Poster/Abstract


11/12/2018 Michael Febbraro, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Neutron detectors and astrophysical applications

Video

Poster/Abstract


12/10/2018 James Lattimer, Stonybrook University

The history of the r-process

Video

Poster/Abstract


01/14/2019 Dennis Muecher, University of Guelph

Reaction studies for heavy element nucleosynthesis

Video

Poster/Abstract


02/11/2019 Jose L. Tain, University of Valencia

The BRIKEN project: extensive new beta-delayed neutron measurements for astrophysics

Video

Poster/Abstract


03/11/2019 Christopher Fontes, Los Alamos National Lab

A link between atomic physics and gravitational wave spectroscopy

Video

Poster/Abstract

Science Cafe

The Science Cafe is a locally held discussion forum geared

to the scientific academic community,

from Astrophysics to Physics-Astronomy.

Refreshments are available for all attendees.

1400 Bio Physical Science Building

Scheduled Mondays at 2pm

Fall 2018/Spring 2019


Upcoming Discussions:


4/22/2019 Kirill Sokolovsky and Tamas Budner (MSU) discussing Novae


Past Discussions:

10/22/2018 William Lynch and Ryan Connolly (MSU), discussing

"Signatures of exotic matter in the deep neutron star crust” and “Crust-core transition in neutron stars”, respectively


11/5/2018 Sara Ayoub and Adam Jacobs (MSU), discussing

Type I X-ray Bursts: Experimental Methods and Astrophysical Modeling, respectively


12/3/2018 MacKenzie Warren and Rachel Titus (MSU), discussing

Astrophysical Modeling of Supernovae, and Electron-captures on nuclei near N=50 , respectively


2/25/2019 Abbie Stevens and Louis Wagner (MSU) discussing

"Timing Signatures of Accreting Neutron Stars" and "Capture Reaction Experiments for the r-process in x-ray Bursts", respectively


3/25/2019 Sam Swihart and Jaspreet Randhawa (MSU) discussing "Discovering New Classes of Millisecond Pulsar Binaries" and "Spallation in the atmospheres of accreting neutron stars and impact on X-ray bursts", respectively