SFB 1245
Atomic Nuclei: From Fundamental Interactions to Structure and Stars

CRC Colloquia

06.07.2023, 14:00,
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Prof. Dr. Dean Lee (Michigan State University and FRIB) Nuclear Structure and Thermodynamics from Nuclear Lattice Effective Field Theory
04.05.2023, 14:00,
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Dr. Gaute Hagen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Frontiers in ab-initio computations of atomic nuclei
19.12.2022, 14:00
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Bernhard Maaß,
Argonne National Laboratory
First results from ATLANTIS: Collinear Laser Spectroscopy at Argonne National Laboratory
21.07.2022, 14:00
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(plus zoom)
Fernando Montes,
Rare isotopes and the origin of the not so heavy elements
30.06.2022, 14:00
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(plus zoom)
Iris Dillmann,
The TRISR Project – A Storage Ring for Neutron Captures on Radioactive Nuclei
19.05.2022, 14:00
S2 11/10
(plus zoom)
Pieter Doornenbal,
Latest results and future potential for in-beam gamma-ray spectroscopy at the RIBF
09.03.2022, 10:30
Liss Rodriguez,
Recent results of collinear laser spectroscopy in 'magic' nuclei: from tin to lead
13.01.2022, 14:00
Heiko Hergert,
A New Generation of Many-Body Methods for Nuclear Structure
24.06.2021, 14:00
Thomas Papenbrock, University of Tennessee Effective theories, coupled clusters, and computers: predicting properties of atomic nuclei
17.06.2021, 14:00
Javier Menendez,
University of Barcelona:
Nuclear neutrinoless double-beta decay: new ideas for improved matrix elements
03.12.2020, 14:00,
Constanca Providencia,
University of Coimbra
The interplay between neutron stars and the equation of state
26.11.2020, 14:00,
Camilla Hansen,
Max Planck Institute for Astronomy, Heidelberg
Linking direct and indirect stellar observation to nuclear reactions
16.12.2019, 14:00,
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Bernhard Mueller,
MPI Garching
Simulations of Core-Collapse Supernovae: Understanding the birth properties of compact objects and beyond
28.11.2019, 15:15,
S2 11/10
Valentin Nesterenko,
Vortical excitations in nuclei
18.11.2019, 10:00,
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Alexander Bartl,
TNG Technology Consulting
Software Engineering Best Practices
20.08.2019, 14:00,
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Lucas Platter,
University of Tennessee:
Electroweak processes in effective field theory
25.07.2019, 14:00,
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Atsushi Tamii,
Research Center for Nuclear Physics, Osaka University, (RCNP-E498 collaboration)
Gamma decay of isovector giant dipole resonances: damping mechanism and fine structure
13.06.2019, 14:00,
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Carlos Bertulani,
Texas A&M University-Commerce
Pygmy resonances, neutron skins, and neutron stars
23.05.2019, 14:00, S2 11/10 Ann-Cecilie Larsen,
University of Oslo
Constraining neutron capture rates relevant to r-process and i-process nucleosynthesis
23.04.2019, 14:00,
S2 11/10
Evan O'Connor,
Stockholm University
Core-Collapse Supernovae from 1D to 3D
07.02.2019, 14:00,
Michael Wiescher,
University of Notre Dame
Nucleosynthesis of Primordial Star
10.01.2019, 14:00,
S2 11/10
Wolfram Weise,
TU München
Dense baryonic matter and strangeness in neutron stars
13.12.2018, 14:00,
S2 11/10
Daniel Phillips,
Ohio University
Knowing What You Don't Know: Nuclear Physics, Effective Field Theory, and Uncertainty Quantification
12.07.2018, 14:00,
S2 11/10
Zsolt Poldolyak,
University of Surrey
Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy of Heavy Neutron-Rich Nuclei
07.06.2018, 14:00,
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Brian Metzger,
Columbia University
The Multi-Messenger Picture of a Neutron Star Merger
29.05.2018, 14:00,
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Luna Pellegri,
Wits University/iThemba LABS
Nuclear physics news from the Southern Hemisphere
19.04.2018, 15:15,
S2 11/10
Francesco Cappuzzello,
University of Catania
The nuclear matrix element of 0vbb decay and the NUMEN project at INFN-LNS
08.02.2018, 15:15,
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Kei Minamisono,
Nuclear structure studies using lasers at NSCL/MSU
25.01.2018, 15:15,
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Michael Jentschel,
Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble
Gamma ray spectroscopy at the institute Laue-Langevin
14.12.2017, 14:00,
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Hans-Thomas Janka,
MPI Garching
3D Core-Collapse Supernova Modelling and Applications to Cas A and other Supernova Remnants
26.10.2017, 14:00,
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Aleksi Vuorinen,
Helsinki Institute of Physics
Dense QCD matter from first principles
13.07.2017, 15:15,
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Kei Kotake,
Fukuoka University/Japan
Muli-messenger predictions from multi-D core-collapse supernova models (with refined neutrino reactions in progress)
28.06.2017, 11:00,
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Sharon McGrayne,
SFB 1245 Women's Week
From Maria Goeppert Mayer to today, and what research suggests can be done
18.05.2017, 15:30,
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Paul-Gerhard Reinhard,
Uni Erlangen
Nuclear density-functional theory – from photo-absorption strength to bulk
09.02.2017, 15:15,
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Thomas Luu,
Universität Bonn
Applying Lattice QCD techniques to low-dimensional non-relativistic systems
26.01.2017, 15:15,
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Barbara Dietz,
Lanzhou University/China
Chaos and Regularity in the Doubly Magic Nucleus 208Pb
24.11.2016, 15:20,
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Pierre Capel,
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Past, present and future of the eikonal description of reactions involving exotic nuclei
03.11.2016, 15:20,
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Xiaofei Yang,
KU Leuven
Nuclear structure studies by the measurement of nuclear spins, moments and charge radii via laser spectroscopy techniques
14.07.2016, 14:00,
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Peter Møller,
Argonne National Laboratory
Laser Probing of Simple Atoms, Exotic Nuclei