NIC2014
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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

News

11 June 2014
Detailed scientific
program launched

30 May 2014
Poster abstracts
published

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
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4 March 2014
Accommodation
information launched

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

26 February 2014
Information on the
Budapest-Debrecen
organised transfer

Posters

Based on the 79 valid votes we received, the winners of the poster prices are:

EPS Best Poster Prize:

  • Jenny Feige (University of Vienna, Faculty of Physics)
    Supernova-produced 26Al and 60Fe in deep-sea sediments from the Indian Ocean
  • Meng-Ru Wu (Institute for Nuclear Physics, Technical University Darmstadt)
    Neutrinos and nucleosynthesis of heavy elements
  • Konrad Schmidt (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf)
    The 40Ca(α,γ)44Ti reaction studied by in-beam γ-spectroscopy and activation

EPL Best Poster Prize:

  • Kevin Ebinger (University of Basel, Department of Physics)
    Parametrized spherically symmetric core collapse supernova simulations: Push
  • Andreas Best (INFN - Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso)
    Low energy neutron background in deep underground laboratories
  • Rosanna Depalo (Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Università degli studi di Padova and INFN Padova)
    Low-energy resonances in the 22Ne(p,gamma)23Na reaction directly observed at LUNA

List of accepted posters

  • C. Abia, Spain
    On the existence of the LEPP mechanism read abstract
  • A. Algora, Spain
    Total absorption measurements as a benchmark for nuclear models read abstract
  • A. Arzhanov, Germany
    Large-scale Gogny-HFB calculation for r-process nucleosynthesis: Towards a fully-converged microscopic mass tableread abstract
  • A. Ayala-Gomez, Spain
    Stellar constraints to axions-like particles and the need of precise He-burning reaction ratesread abstract
  • C. Battistini, Sweden
    Exploring the origin and evolution of the odd iron-peak elements in the Milky Way stellar diskread abstract
  • P. Benazzo, Sweden
    Type IA supernovae as empirical evidence for a curved, static and spatially closed cosmos read abstract
  • A. Best, Italy
    Low energy neutron background in deep underground laboratoriesread abstract
  • J. Bliss, Germany
    Nucleosynthesis of Mo in neutrino-driven windsread abstract
  • M. Bouhelal, Algeria
    Shell-model studies of 22Mg and 30S at excitations of interest for the thermonuclear radiative capture reactionsread abstract
  • M. Buckner, United States
    Thermonuclear reaction rate of 17O(p,γ)18F—a high-current, low-energy study at sea levelread abstract
  • M. Busso, Italy
    MHD as a driver for mixing in AGB stars
  • A. Caciolli, Italy
    Measurement of the 25Mg(α,n)28Si reaction cross section at LNLread abstract
  • A. Caciolli, Italy
    17O hydrogen burning at the energies of classical nova at LUNA read abstract
  • D-R. Constantin, Romania
    Gravitational redshift in the post-newtonian potential field:
    The schwarzschild problemread abstract
  • S. Cristallo, Italy
    FRUITY upgrades on AGB nucleosynthesisread abstract
  • M. Cruz, Brazil
    Nucleosynthesis in extremely metal-poor intermediate-mass starsread abstract
  • A. Davis, United States
    The 13C-pockets in AGB stars and their fingerprints in mainstream SiC
    grainsread abstract
  • F. de Oliveira, France
    Nuclear astrophysics with radioactive beams at GANILread abstract
  • A. Deibel, United States
    How unique is the crust of an accreting neutron star? A multicomponent
    studyread abstract
  • P. Denisenkov, Canada
    CANFAR software-as-a-service for NuGrid data explorationread abstract
  • R. Depalo, Italy
    Low-energy resonances in the 22Ne(p,gamma)23Na reaction directly observed at LUNAread abstract
  • R. Depalo, Italy
    First direct measurement of the 2H(α,γ)6Li cross section at Big Bang energies at LUNAread abstract
  • R. Diehl, Germany
    Nucleosynthesis ejecta in the galaxyread abstract
  • C.L. Doherty, Australia
    New simulations of neutron captures in-between the S and the R process read abstract
  • K. Ebinger, Switzerland
    Parametrized spherically symmetric core collapse supernova simulations: Pushread abstract
  • Z. Elekes, Hungary
    Fast neutron detection by resistive plate chambersread abstract
  • J. Feige, Austria
    Supernova-produced 26Al AND 60Fe in deep-sea sediments from the Indian Oceanread abstract
  • F. Ferraro, Italy
    Measurement of the strengths of the resonances at 417, 611, and 632 keV in the 22Ne(p,gamma)23Na reactionread abstract
  • S. Fujimoto, Japan
    R-process nucleosynthesis in jets from collapsars and magnetarsread abstract
  • S.A. Giuliani, Germany
    Fission properties of neutron rich uranium isotopesread abstract
  • J. Glorius, Germany
    Reaction studies using stored ionsread abstract
  • S. Goriely, Belgium
    Charge exchange nuclear excitations and beta decay within the self consistent deformed QRPAread abstract
  • C. Griffin, United Kingdom
    β-decay studies of R-process nuclei using the advanced implantation detector arrayread abstract
  • R. Güray, Turkey
    Experimental cross sections of proton-induced reactions on Gd-152 for the astrophysical p-processread abstract
  • J. Harris, United States
    Advancing nucleosynthesis in self-consistent, multidimensional models of core-collapse supernovaeread abstract
  • Á. Horváth, Hungary
    Determination of the 8Li neutron capture via the inverse reaction read abstract
  • C. Ishizuka, Japan
    How do neutron star radii depend on their core-crust EoS?read abstract
  • M. Jadhav, United States
    Evidence for neutron capture at high neutron density in presolar grains read abstract
  • P. Jimenez Bonilla, Spain
    Measurement of the 197Au(n,g) stellar cross section by activationread abstract
  • O. Just, Germany
    Comprehensive nucleosynthesis analysis for ejecta of compact binary mergers read abstract
  • H. Kadi, Algeria
    Heat capacity of the tin neutron-rich isotopes, including quantal and statistical fluctuationsread abstract
  • T. Kajino, Japan
    Asymmetric neutrino emission process and rapid spin-deceleration of magnetized  proto-neutron stars read abstract
  • A. Kankainen, United Kingdom
    26Al/30P(d,n) reactions for key astrophysical resonances in explosive hydrogen burningread abstract
  • M. Katsuma, Japan
    Theoretical reaction rates of the 12C(α,γ)16O reaction from the potential modelread abstract
  • S. Kawagoe, Japan
    Effects of collective oscillation and MSW matter effect on 3D hydrodynamics core-collapse supernova modelsread abstract
  • T. Kibedi, Australia
    The radiative width of the hoyle state from cascading gamma-ray measurementsread abstract
  • Y. Kikuchi, Japan
    Effects of triple-alpha reactions on the supernova nucleosynthesisread abstract
  • G. Kiss, Hungary
    Alpha induced thick target yield measurement on iridium isotopesread abstract
  • M. Kiss, Hungary
    Rate analysis or a possible interpretation of abundancesread abstract
  • C. Kobayashi, United Kingdom
    Faint population III supernova as the origin of the most iron-poor stars read abstract
  • A. Kontos, United States
    Gas-jet targets for reaction studies in nuclear astrophysicsread abstract
  • H. Leeb, Austria
    Microscopic approach to alpha-nucleus optical potentials for nucleosynthesisread abstract
  • A. Lepine-Szily, Brazil
    Spectroscopy of 9BE close to the proton threshold using 8Li(p,p), 8Li(p,d) and 8Li(p,α) reactionsread abstract
  • C. Liu, Sweden
    Finding the lost siblings of the sunread abstract
  • W. Liu, China
    Measurement of astrophysical 13C(α,n)16O reaction and ßeta decay of nuclei in rp-processread abstract
  • R. Longland, United States
    New techniques for integrating nuclear reaction networksread abstract
  • M. Martin, Germany
    Nucleosynthesis in the ejecta of neutron star mergersread abstract
  • V. Maslyuk, Ukraine
    Atomic nuclei formation as a result of the nuclear matter disintegrationread abstract
  • Z. Meisel, United States
    Time-of-flight mass measurement of neturon-rich nucleiread abstract
  • H. Möller, Germany
    Impact of nuclear reactions at high densities on the fate of intermediate-mass starsread abstract
  • A. Murphy, United Kingdom
    Study of the 44Ti(α,p)47V reaction and implications for core collapse supernovaeread abstract
  • N. Nishimura, United Kingdom
    A large scale Monte Carlo study of nucleosynthesis based on nuclear physics uncertaintiesread abstract
  • N. Nishimura, United Kingdom
    Global simulations of magneto-rotational supernova with MRI for an origin of R-process nucleosynthesisread abstract
  • L. Oláh, Hungary
    Portable tracking detector for cosmic background measurementsread abstract
  • W.J. Ong, United States
    Resonance energy measurements along the rp-process path with GRETINAread abstract
  • A. Ornelas, Hungary
    α-scattering experiment on 64ZN and the low energy α-nucleus optical potentialread abstract
  • U. Ott, Hungary
    Ruthenium isotope composition of allende refractory metal nuggetsread abstract
  • N. Özkan, Türkey
    Charged particle induced reaction cross sections on p-isotopes of erbium for the astrophysical γ-processread abstract
  • A. Palumbo, USA
    Nuclear reaction rates for astrophysical nucleosynthesisread abstract
  • M. Patial, Sweden
    A novel approach for odd-odd nuclei applied to proton emittersread abstract
  • M. Paul, Israel
    44Ti half-life (continued)read abstract
  • G. Perdikakis, United States
    Using (p,n) reactions to experimentally access reaction rates relevant to the νp-processread abstract
  • R. Pozhath, India
    Chemical tagging of stellar streams: Origin scenariosread abstract
  • T. Prodanovic, Serbia
    Galactic interactions: New source of lithium?read abstract
  • S. Quinn, United States
    Measurement of the 58Ni(a,g)62Zn reaction and its astrophysical impactread abstract
  • T. Rauscher, United Kingdom
    Production of 146SM and 92NB in the g-processread abstract
  • J. Refsgaard, Denmark
    Characterisation of the 12C(α,γ)16O-reaction through study of the β-delayed α-decay from 16Nread abstract
  • T. Reinhardt, Germany
    S-factor measurement of the 12C(p,gamma)13N reaction in inverse kinematicsread abstract
  • C. Ritter, Canada
    THE GCE SYGMA (Stellar Yields for Galaxy Modeling Applications) moduleread abstract
  • C. Ritter, Canada
    I process and CEMP-s+r starsread abstract
  • P. Roy Chowdhury, India
    The possibility of existence of massive pulsars with quark coreread abstract
  • P. Roy Chowdhury, India
    From nuclear reactions to stellar matter: A unified approachread abstract
  • K. Sagara, Japan
    Measurement of 4He (12C, 16O)  total cross section down to Ecm = 1.0 MeV at KUTLread abstract
  • M. Sancho Miranda, United Kingdom
    The distribution of metals in the thick discread abstract
  • V. Schaffenroth, Austria
    Observation of the extreme runaway HD 271791: Nucleosynthesis in a core collapse supernovaread abstract
  • K. Schmidt, Germany
    The 40Ca( α,γ) 44Ti reaction studied by in-beam γ-spectroscopy and activationread abstract
  • P. Scholz, Germany
    Experimental approaches for charged-particle induced reaction studies relevant for the p processread abstract
  • S. Sengupta, Germany
    The BONNFIRES scheme for population studies of CEMP starsread abstract
  • S. Shibagaki, Japan
    R-process nucleosynthesis in neutron star merger with new fission modelread abstract
  • A. Sieverding, Germany
    Neutrino nucleosynthesis in the outer layers of supernovaeread abstract
  • C. Siqueira Mello, Brazil
    High-resolution abundance analysis of very metal-poor R-I starsread abstract
  • Y. Skakun, Ukraine
    Cross sections of the 76Se(p,γ)77m,gBr, 77Se(p,n)77m,gBr and 80Se(p,n)80m,gBr reactions for the astrophysical γ-processread abstract
  • K. Smith, United States
    β-decay studies of very neutron-rich Pd and Ag isotopesread abstract
  • T. Suda, Japan
    Formation and evolution of carbon-enhanced metal-poor starsread abstract
  • C. Sullivan, United States
    Understanding the sensitivity of core-collapse supernovae simulations to weak interaction ratesread abstract
  • T. Szalai, Hungary
    The chemical composition of the ejecta of the rare type IIb supernova 2013dfread abstract
  • T. Szücs, Hungary
    Determination of level widths in 15N using nuclear resonance fluorescenceread abstract
  • T. Szücs, Hungary
    Background intercomparison with an active shielded HPGE detector extended to Freiberg mine in Germanyread abstract
  • M. Takács, Germany
    The 3He(alpha, gamma)7Be reaction rate, solar 7Be and 8B neutrino fluxes, and the production of 7Li during the Big Bangread abstract
  • N. Targosz-Sleczka, Poland
    New experimental constraints on the electron screening effect in astrophysical plasmaread abstract
  • O. Tesileanu, Romania
    Astrophysics studies at the future ELI-NP European Research Centerread abstract
  • B. Thomas, Germany
    The Production of‭ ‬91NB for a measurement‭ ‬of the‭ ‬91NB(p,g‭) ‬reaction‭ ‬at Franzread abstract
  • H. Togashi, Japan
    Nuclear equation of state for core-collapse supernovae with realistic nuclear forcesread abstract
  • C. Travaglio, Italy
    GCE and solar S-process abundances: Dependence on the 13C-pocket structure
    read abstract
  • E. Vangioni, France
    Standard Big-Bang nucleosynthesis after Planckread abstract
  • E. Vangioni, France
    Cosmic star formation, gamma-ray burst rate at high redshift and cosmic chemical evolutionread abstract
  • L. Wagner, Germany
    The 14N(p,gamma)15O S factor at 0.4 – 1.5 MeVread abstract
  • R. Werner, South Africa
    Shell-model studies of the astrophysical RP-reaction 30P(p,gamma)31S read abstract
  • M. Wu, Germany
    Neutrinos and nucleosynthesis of heavy elementsread abstract
  • H. Yamaguchi, Japan
    Equipment to measure He(12C,16O)γ total cross section at Ecm = 1.0 MeV at KUTLread abstract
  • Y. Yamamoto, Japan
    A systematic theoretical study of explosion energies in core collapse supernovaeread abstract
  • T. Yoshida, Japan
    Type IC core-collapse supernovae evolved from very massive starsread abstract

 

Not confirmed posters

  • A. Chen, Canada
    Structure of 31S from (d,t) and (p,d) transfer reactions
  • N.I. Costiris, Greece
    β—decay half-lives of nuclei in the crust of neutron stars: The ANN modelread abstract
  • D. Jain, India
    Role of spin dependent nuclear potential in the fusion of Se* isotopes read abstract
  • H.M. Silva, Portugal
    Measurement of the 16O + 16O elastic scattering cross section below the coulomb barrierread abstract

 

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