The JINA-CEE Frontiers in Nuclear Astrophysics Meeting will be held on May 25-27, 2022 at Embassy Suites South Bend/Notre Dame, 1140 East Angela Blvd., South Bend, IN 46617, USA. The meeting will be preceded by a two-day workshop for junior researchers on May 23-24 at the same location.
This is the tenth in a series of former JINA and now JINA-CEE meetings that brings together JINA-CEE participants, collaborators, and other interested researchers in nuclear physics, astronomy, and astrophysics to discuss progress and future directions related to the understanding of the origin of the elements and neutron stars. This year, the Frontiers Meeting will also be the stage for the first IReNA collaboration meeting. One main goal of the meeting is to encourage students and post-docs to share results of their research with the community. All participants are strongly encouraged to contribute either a 15-minute oral presentation or a poster. The meeting will be comprised of oral presentations, a poster session, and a participant-organized breakout session.
Jaspreet Randhawa, Chair (University of Notre Dame)
Erin Good, Co-Chair (FRIB/Michigan State University)
Khushi Bhatt (Western Michigan University)
Somdutta Ghosh (North Carolina State University)
Rahul Jain (FRIB/Michigan State University)
Biying Liu (University of Notre Dame)
Pranav Nalamwar (University of Notre Dame)
Brendan Reed (Indiana University)
Fabio Rivero (University of Notre Dame)
Shivani Shah (University of Florida)
Shahina Shahina (University of Notre Dame)
Nisha Singh (Ohio University)
Irin Sultana (Central Michigan University)
Kaho Tse (Monash University)
Adrian Valverde (Argonne National Laboratory/University of Manitoba)
Justin Warren (Ohio University)
Benjamin Wehmeyer (Konkoly Observatory Hungary)
Janet Weikel (University of Notre Dame/JINA-CEE)
Matt Williams (TRIUMF)
Information on the 2019 JINA-CEE Frontiers in Nuclear and Astrophysics Meeting held at MSU can be found here.
This meeting is hosted by the Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics - Center for the Evolution of the Elements, a NSF Physics Frontier Center.