0 days until the conference

Important dates

1 February 2014
Start of registration

15 February 2014
Abstract submission open

6 April 2014
Abstract submission closed

22 April 2014 !!!
Early bird reg. fee payment
Conference program announced

30 June 2014
Regular reg. fee payment

7 July 2014
Start of conference


11 June 2014
Detailed scientific
program launched

30 May 2014
Poster abstracts

10 May 2014
Oral lectures' abstracts
& Invited speakers
CVs published

30 April 2014
Speakers list announced

10 April 2014
Early bird registration
extended to 22 April

4 April 2014
Confirmed invited
speakers announced

1 April 2014
Abstract submision
deadline extended
to 6 April

10 March 2014
Social events & optional
tours menu launched

4 March 2014
information launched

3 March 2014
Information on the
"Classical Novae in
the Cosmos" workshop

26 February 2014
Information on the
organised transfer

Confirmed invited speakers

Invited speakers

  • M. Aliotta, UK [EPS invited speaker]
    Underground laboratories in nuclear astrophysics: present status and future opportunities read abstractView/download presentation
  • T. Beers, USA
    Discovery of the chemical signature of first-generation massive stars read abstractView/download presentation
  • E. Caffau, Germany
    The first generations of stars read abstractView/download presentation
  • A. Coc, France
    Big bang nucleosynthesis read abstractView/download presentation
  • T. Fischer, Poland
    Role of neutrinos for the nucleosynthesis of heavy elements beyond iron in explosions of massive stars read abstractView/download presentation
  • M. Goeger-Neff, Germany
    Solar neutrinos: status and prospects read abstractView/download presentation
  • S. Goriely, Belgium
    Nucleosynthesis: A field with still many open nuclear physics questions read abstractView/download presentation
  • R. Hirschi, UK
    Stellar structure, evolution and nucleosynthesis read abstractView/download presentation
  • W. R. Hix, USA
    Multidimensional simulations of core-collapse supernovae and the implications for nucleosynthesis read abstractView/download presentation
  • M. Jadhav, USA
    Presolar graphite grains and their stellar origins read abstract
  • C. Kobayashi, UK
    Inhomogeneous enrichment in chemodynamical simulations of galaxies read abstractView/download presentation
  • M. Kromer, Sweden
    Towards an understanding of type Ia supernovae from a synthesis of theory and observations read abstract
  • G. Lorusso, Japan
    Decay spectroscopy at RIBF-The EURICA project read abstract
  • M. Lugaro, Australia
    Slow neutron captures as the signature of AGB stars read abstractView/download presentation
  • M. Oertel, France
    Equations of state for dense and hot matter in compact stars and core collapse supernovae read abstractView/download presentation
  • A. Spyrou, USA
    P process overview: (p,γ) and (α,γ) reactions in regular and inverse
    kinematics read abstractView/download presentation
  • R. Surman, USA
    Production of Nickel-56 in Merger Accretion Disk Outflows read abstractView/download presentation
  • N-V. Zamfir, Romania [EPJ A sponsored lecture]
    Astrophysics studies at the future ELI-NP European Research Centerread abstractView/download presentation

Poster uprgaded talk

  • A. Lohs, Germany
    Charged current interactions of νμ neutrinos in supernovaread abstract

Contributed talks

  • M. Aoki, Japan
    Diversity of abundance patterns of neutron-capture elements in very metal-poor stars read abstract
  • D. Bemmerer, Germany
    Felsenkeller shallow-underground accelerator laboratory for nuclear
    astrophysics read abstract
  • M. B. Bennett, USA
    Measurement of the Beta decay of 26P to determine classical nova 26Al production in the Milky Way read abstract
  • M. Bertolli, USA
    Correlated uncertainties in the i-process read abstract
  • J. Blackmon, USA
    Studies of (α,p) reactions important for X-ray bursts using radioactive beams from RESOLUT read abstract
  • C. Bruno, UK
    Direct measurement of the 17O(p,α)14N reaction at energies of astrophysical interest at LUNA read abstractView/download presentation
  • A. Davis, USA
    Nuclear astrophysics with CHILI read abstract
  • P. Denisenkov, Canada
    Hybrid C-O-Ne white dwarfs as progenitors of diverse SNe Ia read abstract
  • P. Descouvemont, Belgium
    Role of fundamental constants in BBN: What can we learn from
    nuclear models?read abstractView/download presentation
  • R. Diehl, Germany
    Nucleosynthesis ejecta gamma-rays from SN2014J read abstractView/download presentation
  • I. Dillmann, Canada
    The new KADoNiS v1.0 and its influence on the s-process read abstractView/download presentation
  • H. Dinerstein, USA
    Diversity in the elemental composition of planetary nebulae read abstract
  • C. Doherty, Australia
    Super asymptotic giant branch stars: Evolution, nucleosynthesis and final fates read abstract
  • M. Eichler, Switzerland
    The influence of fission on neutron star merger r-process and the position of the third r-process peak read abstract
  • J. Fallis, Canada
    Measurement of the p-process branching point reaction 76Se(α,γ)80Kr in inverse kinematics with Dragon read abstractView/download presentation
  • C. Frohlich, USA
    Nucleosynthesis of light neutron-capture elements: Clues from stars and simulations read abstract
  • D. A. Garcia-Hernandez, Spain
    Observational constraints on the nucleosynthesis in the more massive
    AGB stars read abstractView/download presentation
  • L. Gialanella, Italy
    Determination of 7Be(p,γ)8B at astrophysical energy read abstract
  • J. I. Gonzalez-Hernandez, Spain
    6Li/7Li isotopic ratio in the most metal-poor binary CS22876-032 read abstractView/download presentation
  • C. Guerrero, Spain
    Hunting the s-process branching points 147Pm, 171Tm and 204Tl at CERN read abstract
  • T. Hansen, Germany
    New abundances from very old stars read abstract
  • A. Howard, Denmark
    Probing resonances in 12C above the triple-alpha threshold read abstract
  • A. Idini, Germany
    Electron capture processes in intermediate mass stars read abstract
  • T. Kajino, Japan
    R-process in neutron-star mergers and supernovae: Difference in nuclear physics and implication in galactic chemical evolution read abstract
  • A. Karakas, Australia
    Nucleosynthesis in helium-enriched asymptotic giant branch models: Implications for heavy element enrichment in globular clusters read abstract
  • M. La Cognata, Italy
    Toward a new indirect approach for nuclear astrophysics. A case study read abstractView/download presentation
  • W. Maciel, Brasil
    Photoionized nebulae in the Local Group: Nucleosynthesis and chemical
    evolution read abstractView/download presentation
  • T. Marketin, Croatia
    Large scale evaluation of ß-decay rates of r-process nuclei read abstractView/download presentation
  • C. Massimi, Italy
    Study of n+25Mg reactions: towards a deeper understanding of the s process read abstractView/download presentation
  • G. Mathews, USA
    Big Bang nucleosynthesis and the origin and evolution of space-time read abstract
  • G. Mclaughlin, USA
    Nucleosynthesis from black hole accretion disks and the influence of neutrino flavor transformation read abstract
  • B. Meyer, USA
    A secondary coulomb machine activating core-collapse supernova displays read abstractView/download presentation
  • P. Mohr, Germany
    Rate and uncertainty of the 18Ne(α,p)21Na reaction from Monte-Carlo simulationsread abstractView/download presentation
  • M. Mumpower, USA
    The impact of nuclear masses near closed shells on r-process abundances read abstractView/download presentation
  • M. Paul, Israel
    First nuclear astrophysics experiments with high-intensity neutrons from the liquid-lithium target LiLiT read abstractView/download presentation
  • J. Pereira, USA
    Nucleosynthesis in neutron rich neutrino-driven winds: Impact of (α,n) reactions on abundances from Sr to Ag read abstractView/download presentation
  • M. Pignatari, Switzerland
    Carbon-rich dust from supernovae: The first connection with galactic chemical evolution read abstractView/download presentation
  • E. Pllumbi, Germany
    Impact of neutrino flavor oscillations on the neutrino-driven wind nucleosynthesis of an electron-capture supernova read abstractView/download presentation
  • T. Rauscher, UK
    Quantification of nuclear uncertainties in nucleosynthesis of elements
    beyond Iron read abstractView/download presentation
  • H. Schatz, USA
    Heating and cooling in accreting neutron star crusts read abstract
  • K. Sonnabend, Germany
    Proton-capture reactions in thermonuclear supernovae and the p-process read abstract
  • E. Spitoni, Italy
    The effect of radial gas flows on the chemical evolution of galaxies (The Milky Way and M31) read abstractView/download presentation
  • K. Takahashi, Japan
    Stellar yields of rotating first stars read abstractView/download presentation
  • C. Travaglio, Italy
    The key role of SNIa at different metallicities for galactic chemical evolution of p-nuclei read abstract
  • O. Trippella, Italy
    Does the main component of the s-process in AGB stars constrain the neutron source in the 13C-pocket? read abstractView/download presentation
  • M. Ugliano, Germany
    Nucleosynthesis in neutrino-driven supernovae read abstract
  • A. Wallner, Australia
    Direct detection of live 60Fe and 244Pu on Earth as a monitor for recent heavy-element nucleosynthesis read abstractView/download presentation
  • C. Wrede, USA
    Beta-delayed gamma decay measurements to probe thermonuclear astrophysical explosions read abstractView/download presentation
  • J. Wu, Japan
    ß-decay of neutron-rich Z~60 nuclei and the origin of Rare-Earth Elements read abstractView/download presentation

Our Sponsors

ATOMKI ELI-NP European Physical
GANIL High Voltage
Europa B.V.



MVM Paks Nuclear Power Plant NAVI
Hungarian Academy
of Sciences
JINA Micron
MVM Paks
Nuclear Power Plant

National Instruments ORTEC USZT
National Instruments ORTEC Uj Szechenyi terv

To secure IUPAP sponsorship, the organisers have provided assurance that NIC-XIII will be conducted in accordance with IUPAP principles as stated in the IUPAP resolution passed by the General Assembly in 2008. In particular, no bona fide scientist will be excluded from participation on the grounds of national origin, nationality, or political considerations unrelated to science.