from Sunday, 6 November 2022 (08:00) to Saturday, 12 November 2022 (13:30)
Sundial Beach Resort (Sundial I and II)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
6 Nov 2022
7 Nov 2022
8 Nov 2022
9 Nov 2022
10 Nov 2022
11 Nov 2022
12 Nov 2022
Breakfast (until 08:15) (TBD)
Introduction (until 10:55) (Sundial I and II)
08:15 Welcome - Bradley M. Sherrill (NSCL)   (Sundial I and II)
08:25 Recent advances and future trends in fission physics - Walid Younes (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
08:55 Facility for Rare Isotope Beams Capabilities, Outlook, and International Context - Alexandra Gade (NSCL/MSU)   (Sundial I and II)
09:25 Prospects for New Facilities Based on Multi-Nucleon Transfer Reactions - Prof. Guy Savard (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
09:55 How Close are We to a Predictive Model of Nuclei, Their Interactions, and Fission - Saori Pastore (Washington University in St Louis)   (Sundial I and II)
10:25 Fission in astrophysics: potential observables and nuclear data needs - Nicole Vassh (Triumf, CA)   (Sundial I and II)
10:55 --- Coffee Break ---
Fission I (until 13:30) (Sundial I and II)
11:25 Overview of the Experimental Fission Program at SOFIA GSI - Julien TAIEB (CEA)   (Sundial I and II)
11:50 Theoretical description of fission yields: Toward a global model - Prof. Witold Nazarewicz (FRIB, MSU)   (Sundial I and II)
12:15 The experimental fission program at n_ToF, CERN - Prof. Nikolaos Patronis (1European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), Geneva, Switzerland)   (Sundial I and II)
12:40 Energy Dependent Fission Product Yields from Neutron Induced Fission - Anton Tonchev (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
13:05 The Role of Angular Momentum in Fission - Ramona Vogt (LBL )   (Sundial I and II)
Breakfast (until 08:30) (TBD)
Fission II (until 10:35) (Sundial I and II)
08:30 Unraveling The Many Facets of Fission Dynamics: A Real-Time Quantum Approach - Prof. Aurel Bulgac (University of Washington)   (Sundial I and II)
08:55 A recent progress of dynamical treatment of nuclear fission - Satoshi Chiba (Tokyo Institute of Technology)   (Sundial I and II)
09:20 Mapping the fission modes in the neutron-deficient region, from Pt up to Th isotopes with the R3B/SOFIA setup - Pierre Morfouace (CEA)   (Sundial I and II)
09:45 Experimental Prompt Fission Neutron Spectrum Ratios for the Major Actinides - Matthew Devlin (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
10:10 Machine learning collective coordinates of the fission process - David Regnier   (Sundial I and II)
10:35 --- Coffee Break ---
Fission III (until 13:20) (Sundial I and II)
11:05 Photon Cascades from Spinning Fission Fragments - Jorgen Randrup (LBNL)   (Sundial I and II)
11:30 Isomeric yield ratios obtained via mass measurement techniques for studies of angular momentum generation in fission - Stephan Pomp (Uppsala University, Sweden)   (Sundial I and II)
11:55 Precise measurements of gamma-ray intensities for long-lived fission products - Kay Kolos (LLNL)   (Sundial I and II)
12:20 Saturation of γ-Ray Multiplicity with Fission Fragment Excitation Energy - Nathan Giha (University of Michigan)   (Sundial I and II)
12:40 Measurements of neutron- and photon-induced fission product yields at TUNL - Sean Finch (Duke University)   (Sundial I and II)
13:00 Fission product yields from mass measurements using the energy-velocity method - Panagiotis Gastis (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
Breakfast (until 08:25) (TBD)
Facilities (until 10:30) (Sundial I and II)
08:25 Physics perspectives and highlights of FAIR - H.M. Albers (GSI)   (Sundial I and II)
08:50 Neutron rich nuclei and fission studies at the IGISOL facility - Heikki Penttilä   (Sundial I and II)
09:15 Status of GRETA and Results from GRETINA - Paul Fallon (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
09:40 The gamma-ray tracking array AGATA at LNL - Jose Javier Valiente Dobon (lnl infn it)   (Sundial I and II)
10:05 First experiments at the Super Heavy Element Factory at Dubna - Krzysztof Rykaczewski ( Physics Division, ORNL)   (Sundial I and II)
Break (until 11:00) (Sundial I and II)
Superheavy Elements (until 13:30) (Sundial I and II)
11:00 Recent Results from Superheavy Element Searches at RIKEN - Hideyuki Sakai (RIKEN Nishina Center)   (Sundial I and II)
11:25 Recent Results from AGFA on Heavy Elements - Dariusz Seweryniak (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
11:50 Recent Results from the BGS and FIONA - Jacklyn Gates (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
12:15 Laser spectroscopy and high-precision mass measurements of heavy elements at GSI - Michael Block (GSI / HIM / JGU)   (Sundial I and II)
12:40 Es Break in Actinide Hydration Structure - Dr Tsuyoshi Yaita (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)   (Sundial I and II)
13:05 Chemical studies of the heaviest known elements: nihonium (element 113), flerovium (element 114), and moscovium (element 115) - Christoph Duellmann (JGU Mainz / GSI Darmstadt / HIM Mainz)   (Sundial I and II)
Breakfast (until 08:30) (TBD)
Neutron Rich III (until 10:35) (Sundial I and II)
08:30 Studies of Weakly-Bound, Neutron-Rich Nuclei using SOLARIS* - Benjamin Kay (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
08:55 Knockout Reactions to Study Neutron-Rich Nuclei - Heather Crawford (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
09:20 The Surprising Structure of 40Mg - Takaharu Otsuka (University of Tokyo)   (Sundial I and II)
09:45 Studies On Multinucleon Transfer Reactions As An Alternative Method For Superheavy Elements Creation. - Dr Kamila Zelga (Cyclotron Institute, Texas A&M University)   (Sundial I and II)
10:10 Investigation of Neutron-Rich, Rare-Earth Nuclei* - Daryl Hartley (US Naval Academy)   (Sundial I and II)
10:35 --- Coffee Break ---
Fission VI (until 13:10) (Sundial I and II)
11:05 Uncertainty quantification for fission fragment initial conditions - Amy Lovell (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
11:30 Neural Networks as Emulators for DFT Calculations - Daniel Lay (Michigan State University/FRIB)   (Sundial I and II)
11:50 Dynamics of Fission Pathways - Dr Kyle Godbey (FRIB)   (Sundial I and II)
12:10 Total kinetic energy release in the fast neutron induced fission of actinide nuclei - Walter Loveland (Oregon State University)   (Sundial I and II)
12:30 Fully microscopic description of odd-mass fissioning systems - Marc Verriere (LLNL)   (Sundial I and II)
12:50 Fission modes in the decay of 176,180Hg formed in the reactions 64,68Zn+112Sn at energies around the Coulomb barrier - Prof. Emanuele Vardaci (University of Naples "Federico II" and INFN)   (Sundial I and II)
Breakfast (until 08:30) (TBD)
Astrophysics (until 10:35) (Sundial I and II)
08:30 Rare Isotope Beam Factory at RIKEN - Dr Hiroyoshi Sakurai (RIKEN)   (Sundial I and II)
08:55 Neutron Star Properties from LIGO and NICER Results - Carolyn Raithel (IAS / Princeton)   (Sundial I and II)
09:20 The Nuclear Equation of State from Experiments and Astrophysical observations - Chun Yuen Tsang (Kent State University)   (Sundial I and II)
09:45 GW170817, fission, and a smoking gun - Prof. Ani Aprahamian   (Sundial I and II)
10:10 Impact of nuclear uncertainties in the r-process nucleosynthesis of heavy elements - Samuel A. Giuliani (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid)   (Sundial I and II)
10:35 --- Coffee Break ---
Astrophysics (until 13:20) (Sundial I and II)
11:05 Neutron Sources for the i- and n- Process - Michael Wiescher (University of Notre Dame)   (Sundial I and II)
11:30 Understanding 22Na cosmic abundance: femtosecond lifetime measurements in 23Mg - Chloé Fougères (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
11:55 Fission modeling for the astrophysical r-process - Dr Matthew Mumpower (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
12:20 Igniting SN-Ia supernovae with a natural fission chain reaction - C. J. Horowitz (Indiana University)   (Sundial I and II)
12:40 Employing ternary fission of 242Pu as a probe of neutron star matter - Prof. Gerd Roepke (University of Rostock, Institute of Physics)   (Sundial I and II)
13:00 Fission properties for fission cycling regions of the r-process: the results, issues and uncertainty quantifications. - Prof. Anatoli Afanasjev (Mississippi State University)   (Sundial I and II)
Breakfast (until 08:30) (TBD)
Neutron Rich V (until 10:35) (Sundial I and II)
08:30 Reactions with exotic nuclei and theoretical uncertainties - Filomena Nunes (FRIB/MSU)   (Sundial I and II)
08:55 Theory of Surrogate Reactions - Jutta Escher (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
09:20 Informing neutron capture on A≈80 fission fragments - Jolie Cizewski (Rutgers University)   (Sundial I and II)
09:45 Statistical and shell effects in beta-delayed neutron emission - Robert Grzywacz (University of Tennessee)   (Sundial I and II)
10:10 Multi-Proton Decay of the Lightest Isotopes - Prof. Kyle Brown (FRIB/MSU)   (Sundial I and II)
10:35 --- Coffee Break ---
Conference Conclusion (until 13:00) (Sundial I and II)
11:10 Reflections on Fission - Patrick Talou (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
11:40 Educator and Researcher Extraordinaire - Prof. Lee Riedinger (University of Tennessee)   (Sundial I and II)
12:10 Reflections on a Career in Nuclear Science and Other Things - Joseph Hamilton   (Sundial I and II)
Registration (until 18:00) (Sandpiper)
Welcome Reception (until 20:30) (TBD)
13:30 --- Hosted Lunch ---
Neutron Rich I (until 16:35) (Sundial I and II)
14:30 The Chi-Nu Project at Los Alamos National Laboratory - Dr Keegan Kelly (LANL)   (Sundial I and II)
14:55 Large scale collective motion at VAMOS++@GANIL: A laboratory for structure and reactions - Dr navin ALAHARI (GANIL)   (Sundial I and II)
15:20 Observation of the tetra neutron in the p(p,alpha) reaction at large momentum transfer - Thomas Aumann (Technische Universität Darmstadt)   (Sundial I and II)
15:45 Measurement of beta-delayed neutron emission in r-process isotopes with BRIKEN - Alfredo Estrade (Central Michigan University)   (Sundial I and II)
16:10 Mass Measurements at TRIUMF - Anna Kwiatkowski (TRIUMF)   (Sundial I and II)
Poster Session and Reception (until 20:30) (TBD)
18:30 Structure of $^{155}$Nd and $^{163}$Gd from $^{252}$Cf Spontaneous Fission - Dr Jonathan Eldridge (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee 37235)   (TBD)
18:45 Reflection Asymmetric and Symmetric shape coexistence in 144Ba - enhong wang (vanderbilt university)   (TBD)
19:00 Isomeric states in 162,164Gd--evidence for the deformed shell gap - enhong wang (vanderbilt university)   (TBD)
19:15 IBM SU(3) symmetry versus BM rotor model - J .B. Gupta ( Ramjas College, University of Delhi )   (TBD)
19:30 Binary fragmentation studies of super-heavy element $^{280}$Cn (Z=112) using $^{48}$Ti +$^{232}$Th reaction at 280 MeV energy - Ms Shruti - (Department of Physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh -160014, India)   (TBD)
19:45 Spin distribution measurements in the mass region A∼190 - Ranjan Sariyal   (TBD)
20:00 Fusion and multi-nucleon transfer reaction dynamics - Ms Anjali Rani (Department of Physics & Astrophysics, University of Delhi, New Delhi-110007, India)   (TBD)
20:15 $\beta$ and $\beta$-n Decay of $^{125}$Ag and $^{127}$Ag - Dr Jon Batchelder (University of California)   (TBD)
20:15 Average neutron multiplicity measurements for $^{32}$S+ $^{194,198}$ Pt → $^{226,230}$ Pu* systems with lab energy ranging from 173 MeV-203 MeV - Ms Shruti - (Department of Physics, Panjab University, Chandigarh -160014, India)   (TBD)
20:15 Bound State of Cu Isotopes in Spin and Pseudospin Symmetry - nasrin malekinezhad (shahrood university of technology)   (TBD)
20:15 Connecting Stellar Observations to Properties of Heavy Nuclei - Erika Holmbeck (Carnegie Institution for Science & JINA-CEE)   (TBD)
20:15 Correlation Experiments in Photofission - Vincent Wende (Institut für Kernphysik, Fachbereich Physik, Technische Universität Darmstadt, 64289 Darmstadt, Germany)   (TBD)
20:15 Decay Studies of Neutron Rich Isotopes at FRIB - Ian Cox (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)   (TBD)
20:15 Dynamical pair production at sub-barrier energies - Thomas Settlemyre (TAMU)   (TBD)
20:15 FINE STRUCTURE OF β-DECAY STRENGTH FUNCTION - Dr Igor Izosimov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)   (TBD)
20:15 Fission Dynamics of nuclei near the Pb shell closure region - Ms K. Chakraborty (Department of Physics & Astrophysics, University of Delhi, New Delhi-110007, India)   (TBD)
20:15 Low-spin structures in the 206Tl and 205Pb nuclei investigated in thermal neutron capture reactions - Natalia Cieplicka-Orynczak (IFJ PAN Krakow)   (TBD)
20:15 Magnetic rotational band in 61Ni - Soumik Bhattacharya (Florida State University)   (TBD)
20:15 Many-Body Tunneling Models for Nuclear Fission - Eric Flynn (FRIB/NSCL Laboratory, Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan 48824, USA.)   (TBD)
20:15 Microscopic description of the onset of triaxiality in neutron-rich Ru and Mo isotopes - Stefan Frauendorf (University Notre Dame)   (TBD)
20:15 New transitions and levels for 163Gd and 163Tb obtained from β decay studies - Dr Christopher Zachary (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee 37235)   (TBD)
20:15 Probing the open nuclear quantum system description by investigating the decays of stretched resonances* - Natalia Cieplicka-Orynczak (IFJ PAN Krakow)   (TBD)
20:15 Search for Time-Reversal Invariance Violation: why heavy nuclei are better? - Prof. Vladimir Gudkov (University of South Carolina)   (TBD)
20:15 Sequential decay analysis of 235U(nth,f) reaction using quantum mechanical fragmentation approach - Mr Nitin Sharma (School of Physics and Materials Science, Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala, 147004, Punjab, India )   (TBD)
20:15 The puzzle of Sr-Zr, Mo and Ru n-capture elements in stars - Dr Teresa Kurtukian-Nieto (Univ. Bordeaux, CNRS, LP2I Bordeaux, UMR 5797, F-33170 Gradignan, France)   (TBD)
20:15 Thermally enhanced alpha and cluster decay rates - Diego Ferney Rojas Gamboa (Departamento de Física, Universidad de los Andes,)   (TBD)
20:15 Towards the establishment of an electrofission experiment at the S-DALINAC - Mr Gerhart Steinhilber (Technische Universität Darmstadt)   (TBD)
20:15 Uncertainty Quantification of Optical Models in Fission Fragment De-excitation - Kyle Beyer (University of Michigan)   (TBD)
13:20 --- Hosted Lunch ---
Fission IV (until 16:30) (Sundial I)
14:30 Informing CGMF with microscopic input - Ionel Stetcu (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Sundial I)
14:50 Some Aspects in the A~100 Nuclei Research from 252Cf Spontaneous Fission - Enhong Wang1 Enhong Wang1 (Vanderbilt University)   (Sundial I)
15:10 Anomalous neutron yields confirmed for Ba-Mo and newly observed for Ce-Zr from spontaneous fission of $^{252}$Cf - Dr Brooks M. Musangu (Department of Physics and Astronomy, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN 37235, USA)   (Sundial I)
15:30 Isotopic fission yields and mass measurements from 252Cf spontaneous fission at the FRS Ion Catcher - Israel Mardor (Tel Aviv University)   (Sundial I)
15:50 Fission as Access to Spectroscopy Around 132Sn - Radomira Lozeva (IJCLab, CNRS/IN2P3)   (Sundial I)
Neutron Rich II (until 16:30) (Sundial I and II)
14:30 HIGH-SPIN LEVEL STRUCTURES OF NEUTRON-RICH As Se AND ADJACENT NUCLEI WITH 46≤N≤50 - Prof. William Walters (Maryland)   (Sundial I and II)
14:50 Nuclear moments of indium isotopes reveal abrupt change at magic number 82 - Dr Adam Vernon (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   (Sundial I and II)
15:10 Less is More: Enabling Uncertainty Quantification and Large Scale Studies in Nuclear Physics Through Dimensionality Reduction - Pablo Giuliani (Michigan State University)   (Sundial I and II)
15:30 Exploring Nuclear Dynamics Beyond Mean-Field - Alexander Volya (Florida State University)   (Sundial I and II)
15:50 Structure of neutron unbound nuclei 13Be and 10Li - Grigory Rogachev (Texas A&M University)   (Sundial I and II)
16:10 Revisiting the β-delayed neutron emission of neutron-rich As isotopes with MONSTER - Mr Alberto Pérez de Rada Fiol (CIEMAT)   (Sundial I and II)
16:30 --- Coffee Break ---
Fission V (until 18:30) (Sundial I and II)
17:00 The role of octupole deformed shell on fission of actinides and in the mercury region - Guillaume Scamps (University of Washington)   (Sundial I and II)
17:25 Recent Progress in the Microscopic Description of Neutron-Induced Fission - Nicolas Schunck (LLNL)   (Sundial I and II)
17:50 Measuring pre-actinide fission charge distributions via light ion induced fusion-fission with heavy rare isotope beams - Adam Anthony (MSU/FRIB)   (Sundial I and II)
18:10 Application of Cassini shape parameterization to five-dimensional Langevin approach to fission - Mr Kazuki Okada (Kansai University)   (Sundial I and II)
18:10 Role of entrance channel magicity in fusion fission dynamics - Mr A. Sen (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre)   (Sundial I and II)
13:30 --- Hosted Lunch ---
Excursion (until 19:00) (TBD)
13:10 --- Hosted Lunch ---
Fission VII (until 16:00) (Sundial I and II)
14:30 Theory of Barrier-Top Dynamics in Fission - Prof. George Bertsch (University of Washington)   (Sundial I and II)
14:55 Shell effects in quasifission and implications for fission - Prof. Sait Umar (Vanderbilt University)   (Sundial I and II)
15:20 Towards a Langevin Model for the Stochastic Dynamics of Nuclear Fission - Trevor Sprouse (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   (Sundial I and II)
15:40 Study of abrasion-fission mechanism at intermediate energies in the context of drip-line search - Dr Oleg B. Tarasov (FRIB / MSU)   (Sundial I and II)
Neutron Rich IV (until 16:00) (Sundial I and II)
14:30 Radioactive Beams with the New TriSol Separator* - Dan Bardayan (University of Notre Dame)   (Sundial I and II)
14:55 The NEXT step to the neutron-rich side - Julia Even (University of Groningen)   (Sundial I and II)
15:20 Neutron inelastic scattering on 238U with GENESIS at LBNL - Anastasia Georgiadou (University of California – Berkeley Department of Nuclear Engineering, Berkeley, CA 94709, USA)   (Sundial I and II)
15:40 Probing binding energy and size of hypertriton with heavy ion collisions - Prof. Carlos Bertulani (Texas A&M University-Commerce)   (Sundial I and II)
16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
Fission VIII (until 18:00) (Sundial I and II)
16:30 The NIFFTE fission Time Projection Chamber - Lucas Snyder (LLNL)   (Sundial I and II)
16:55 Measuring the 235U(n,f)/6Li(n,t) cross section ratio in the NIFFTE fissionTPC - Dr Maria Anastasiou (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory) NIFFTE Collaboration   (Sundial I and II)
17:15 Measurement of the 233U capture to fission ratio at LANSCE - Esther Leal Cidoncha (LANL)   (Sundial I and II)
17:35 Study of Prompt Photofission Neutrons from Several Actinides - F.Q.L Friesen (Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory, Duke University)   (Sundial I and II)
Neutron Rich IV (until 18:00) (Sundial I and II)
16:30 10 Years of ORNL Modular Total Absorption Spectroscopy - Dr Bertis Rasco (ORNL)   (Sundial I and II)
16:55 The decay of 133In, a rosetta stone for the r-process nuclei - Dr Zhengyu Xu (University of Tennessee, Knoxville)   (Sundial I and II)
17:15 Beta- decay of exotic P, S and Cl isotopes around N=28 with Tz from 11/2 to 7 - S. Bhattacharya (Department of Physics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, 32306 Florida USA) Dr Vandana Tripathi (Department of Physics, Florida State University, Tallahassee, 32306 Florida USA)   (Sundial I and II)
17:35 New isomeric transition in $^{36}$Mg: Bridging the N=20 and N=28 islands of inversion - Miguel Madurga Flores (University of Tennessee)   (Sundial I and II)
13:20 --- Hosted Lunch ---
18:30 --- Banquet ---