Nuclei in the Cosmos XIV Toki Messe, Niigata, Japan

14th International Symposium on
Nuclei in the Cosmos XIV

19-24 June 2016

Toki Messe, Niigata, Japan

Program

The Symposium program schedule-at-a-glance is now available (revised 31 May). Full session details can be viewed from the link below.

Speakers

Special Lecture

A Special Lecture by Prof. Takaaki Kajita, the 2015 Nobel Prize Laureate in Physics will be held on the first day of the Symposium 13:30-14:30 Monday, June 20, 2016.
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Invited Speakders

  • Alain Coc (Orsay, France)
  • Anna Frebel (MIT, USA)
  • Georges Meynet (Geneva Observatory, Switzerland)
  • Amanda Karakas (ANU, Australia)
  • Silvio Cherubini (University of Catania, Italy)
  • Shinya Wanajo (Sophia University, Japan)
  • Grant J. Mathews (University of Notre Dame, USA)
  • Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel, Switzerland)
  • Sean M. Couch (California Institute of Technology, USA)
  • Tomoya Takiwaki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
  • Hidetoshi Yamaguchi (University of Tokyo, Japan)
  • Laurens Keek (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
  • James Lattimer (State University of New York, USA)
  • Matthias Hempel (University of Basel, Switzerland)
  • Hirokazu Tamura (Tohoku University, Japan)
  • Larry R. Nittler (Carnegie Institution of Washington)
  • Maria Schönbächler (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Sachiko Amari (Washington University, USA)
  • Baha A. Balantekin (University of Wisconsin, USA)
  • Remco Zegers (Michigan State University, USA)
  • Kate Scholberg (Duke University, USA)
  • Shunji Nishimura (RIKEN, Japan)
  • Wako Aoki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
  • Tomohiro Uesaka (RIKEN, Japan)
  • Formicola Alba (Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, Italy)
  • Olivier Sorlin (Grand Accélérateur National d’Ions Lourds, France)
  • Atsushi Tamii (RCNP, Japan)
  • Philip Woods (Univ. of Edinburgh, UK)
  • Meng Wang (IMP Lanzhou, China)
  • Jordi José (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain)
  • Roland Diehl (Max-Planck-Institut für extraterrestrische Physik, Germany)
  • Joseph Silk (Oxford University)
  • Cristina Chiappini (Leibniz-Institut für Astrohysik Potsdam, Germany)
  • Hendrik Schatz (JINA / Michigan State University, USA)
  • Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo (Technische Universität Darmstadt)
  • John P. Hughes (Rutgers University)
  • Kosuke Morita (Kyushu University/RIKEN)

Posters

Poster Awards

The best poster presentations delivered by graduate and undergraduate students will be awarded prizes on the last day of the symposium.

Instructions for Poster Presenters

  • The poster board size: W1,125 × H1,955.
    We suggest preparing your poster in A0 size.
  • The organizing committee will prepare your poster number. It does not need to be included in your poster.
  • Accepted posters have been split into two sessions for presentation during the Symposium.
    Poster Session I: Tue. June 21, 2016 18:10-19:30
    Poster Session II: Thu. June 23, 2016 16:15-17:25
    Please refer to the list below for details.
  • Preparation time
    Poster Session I: 14:00-18:00 Mon.June 20 to 9:00-14:00 Tue. June 21
    Poster Session II: 14:00-18:00 Wed.June 22 to 9:00-14:00 Thu. June 23
  • Removal time
    Poster Session I: before 19:45 Tue. June 21
    Poster Session II: before 17:30 Thu. June 23
  • Print shop
    There is a print shop within the venue however, they have a minimum 24 hour turnaround for A0 size printing at a cost of 16,300 JPY. You will find that they also struggle with English.
    If possible, you may find it cheaper and easier to bring the poster with you.
  • List of Accepted Posters
    Poster Session I: Tue. June 21, 2016 18:10-19:30

    • Keijiro Abe
      FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR THE 7Be+n REACTION MEASUREMENTS BY TROJAN HORSE METHOD AT CRIB
    • Alexander Arzhanov
      Gogny-HFB survey of odd-A nuclei with time-reversal symmetry breaking
    • Bruce R Barrett
      Microscopic shell model calculation for sd shell nuclei
    • Daniel Bemmerer
      Progress of the Felsenkeller shallow-underground accelerator laboratory
    • Julia Bliss
      Impact of (α,n) reaction-rate uncertainties on the nucleosynthesis in neutrino-driven winds
    • Axel Boeltzig
      Status of Direct 23Na(p,g)24Mg and 18O(p,g)19F Cross Section Measurements Underground at LUNA
    • Carlo Bruno
      Underground study of the 17O(p,a)14N reaction at LUNA
    • Antonio Caciolli
      nuclear astrophysics at lnl: the 25Mg(a,n)28Si reaction studied at the cn accelerator
    • Laetitia Canete
      High-precision proton-capture Q values for 25Al(p,g)26Si and 30P(p,g)31S
    • Chian-Shu Chen
      Complementary Test of the Dark Matter Self-Interaction in Dark U(1) Model by Direct and Indirect Detection
    • Myung-Ki Cheoun
      Neutrino Induced Reactions and neutrino pair production with matter
    • Arthur Choplin
      Insights on the first stars from CEMP-no stars
    • Benoit Cote
      Galactic Chemical Evolution Models and their Uncertainties and Reliabilities
    • Manoel Couder
      Commissioning of the St. George recoil separator
    • Andrew Davis
      Iron and nickel isotopes in presolar SiC grains
    • Alex Deibel
      The effect of nuclear pasta on cooling neutron star transients
    • Cesar Domingo-Pardo
      Beta-delayed neutrons in astrophysics: Present experimental challenges and future prospects
    • Kevin Ebinger
      Explosion Dynamics of Parametrized Spherically Symmetric Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations
    • Badriah Elshahrani
      The radiative width of the Hoyle state from cascading gamma-ray measurement
    • Alfredo Estrade
      Time-of-flight mass measurements for nuclear astrophysics
    • Federico Ferraro
      LOW-BACKGROUND, HIGH-EFFICIENCY SETUP FOR THE STUDY OF THE 22Ne(p,γ)23Na REACTION AT LOW ENERGY
    • Adam Fritsch
      Search for α-Cluster Structure in Exotic Nuclei with the Prototype Active-Target Time-Projection Chamber
    • Cathleen Fry
      Discovery of 34g,mCl(p,γ)35Ar resonances relevant for classical nova nucleosynthesis
    • Duncan Galloway
      Matching thermonuclear (type-I) burst observations with models
    • Surja Kiran Ghorui
      Spin-Isospin Weak Responses In Nuclei and Astrophysical Applications
    • Brent Glassman
      Studying the 15O(α,γ)19Ne(p,γ)20Na breakout path from the CNO hydrogen-burning cycles
    • Christopher Griffin
      β-decay studies of r-process nuclei using the Advance Implantation Detector Array (AIDA)
    • Giovanni Luca Guardo
      STUDY OF THE REACTION 17O(n,α)14C: EXTENSION OF THE TROJAN HORSE METHOD TO THE NEUTRONS INDUCED REACTIONS
    • Marisa Gulino
      The 18F(n,α) reaction: first study of n-induced reaction on a radioactive nucleus using the Trojan Horse Method
    • Kouichi Hagino
      Decay dynamics of the unbound 26O nucleus
    • Hamid Hamidani
      Failed collapsar jets to explain low luminosity GRB properties
    • James Harris
      Nucleosynthesis in self-consistent, axisymmetric simulations of CCSNe
    • Jacqueline Hartogh
      Impact of rotation and convective boundary mixing in low mass AGB stars
    • Takehito Hayakawa
      Proposal of direct reaction cross section measurements on an excited state to study explosive nucleosyntheses
    • Alexander Heger
      Fingerprints of the First Stars
    • Felix Heim
      Cross-section measurements via the activation technique at the Cologne Clover Counting Setup
    • Erika Holmbeck
      A Bright r-II Star Detected by High-Resolution Follow-Up of the RAVE Survey
    • Akira Homma
      Measurements of reaction cross sections for 19-27F isotopes
    • Eishin Ikeda
      Gravitational wave emission from long-term self-consistent two-dimensional core-collapse supernova models
    • Susumu Inoue
      Cosmic Ray Production of Light Elements induced by Galactic Winds
    • Alexander Ji
      A rare and prolific r-process event in the ultra-faint dwarf galaxy Reticulum II
    • Hyo Soon Jung
      Beta-Decay Half-Lived of Neutron-Rich Nuclei and Its Impact on Production of r-Process Elements
    • Emily Kading
      Neutron Interaction With 7Be and the Primordial 7Li Problem
    • Daid Kahl
      30S(α,p) Thermonuclear Reaction Rate from Experimental Level Structure of 34Ar
    • Aram Kim
      Measurement of alpha elastic scattering on 15O
    • Gabor Kiss
      Alpha capture cross section measurements in the region of the heavy p-nuclei for γ-process studies
    • Kyujin Kwak
      Mass and Radius of Neutron Stars Constrained by Photospheric Radius Expansion X-ray Bursts
    • Livio Lamia
      Experimental study of the 7Be(n,α)4He at astrophysical energies by means of the Trojan Horse Method applied to the 2H(7Be, α4He)p reaction
    • Hye Young Lee
      Neutron-induced charged particle measurements at LANSCE in the interest of p-process nucleosynthesis
    • Kuoang Li
      THE STELLAR β-DECAY RATES OF 59FE AND THEIR INFULUNCES ON THE PRODUCTION OF 60FE
    • Andreas Lohs
      Neutrino-nucleon interactions in supernovae: comparing approximations & exact rates
    • Hiroyuki Makii
      MEASUREMENT OF THE E1 AND E2 PARTIAL CROSS SECTIONS OF THE 12C(alpha,gamma)16O REACTION at Ecm = 1.2 and 1.5 MeV USING PULSED ALPHA BEAM
    • Kazuo Makishima
      Recent X-ray Results on Magnetars
    • Catalin Matei
      Nuclear Astrophysics Measurements with ELISSA at ELI-NP
    • Alex Meshik
      Weak decay of Tellurium and Barium isotopes in geological samples: current status
    • Bradley Meyer
      Nucleosynthesis and Branchings on Directed Graphs
    • Kosho Minomo
      Structure of the Hoyle state of 12C extracted from reaction observables
    • G Misch
      Nuclear neutrino spectra in late stellar evolution
    • Yoshitaka Mizumura
      Possibility of Systematic Study of Supernova Explosions by Nuclear Imaging Spectroscopy
    • Heiko Möller
      Role of Nuclear Reaction for the Evolution of Degenerate ONeMg Cores
    • Kanji Mori
      Impact of New GT Strengths on Explosive SN Ia Nucleosynthesis
    • Hiroyuki Morita
      proton and neutron correlations in 10B and its contribution to beta transitions
    • Maulen Nassurlla
      Measurements of the elastic scattering cross sections of 13C ions on 12C nuclei at the near Coulomb barrier energy
    • Christine Nicholls
      The first CRIRES-POP atlas: a high resolution near-IR reference spectrum of K giant 10 Leo
    • Nobuya Nishimura
      r-Process element enrichment by magneto-rotational supernovae in the early dwarf spheroidal galaxies
    • Kazuya Nishiyama
      Inhomogeneous chiral phases with the charged pion condensation
    • Kenji Nishizuka
      Measurement of Reaction Cross Sections for 9-12C Isotopes
    • Akira Ohnishi
      Neutron Star Matter EOS in Relativistic Mean Field with Multi-body Couplings
    • Andreea Oprea
      Alpha induced reaction cross section measurements on p-nuclei
    • Kuo-Chuan Pan
      Multidimensional Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations with Neutrino Transport
    • Albino Perego
      Neutrinos in the aftermath of neutron star mergers
    • Choudhury R Praharaj
      Bands and Isomers in Neutron-Rich Rare-Earth Nuclei in PHF Model
    • Julia Reichert
      Simulation of X-ray Bursts and Superbursts
    • Joscelin Riley
      Review and indirect measurement of 19Ne states relevant to novae explosions
    • Christian Ritter
      Convective-reactive nucleosynthesis in low-mass and massive stars
    • Goetz Roller
      From the fossil stardust record of the first stars to stellar archaeology
    • Goetz Roller
      Constraining nuclear r-process production ratios from lunar samples and H chondrites
    • Hirokazu Sasaki
      Collective neutrino-flavor oscillations and application to supernova nucleosynthesis
    • Hidetomo Sawai
      R-Process Nucleosynthesis in Core-Collapse Supernovae Aided by Magnetorotational Instability
    • Gaurav Saxena
      PREDICTION OF SUPERHEAVY ELEMENT Z = 120 WITHIN RMF+ BCS APPROACH
    • Konrad Schmidt
      X-ray burst studies with the JENSA gas jet target
    • Bastian Schuetrumpf
      Properties of nuclear pasta with twist-averaged boundary conditions in nuclear Density Functional Theory
    • Kiana Setoodehnia
      The TUNL Enge Split-pole Spectrograph: A Facility Entirely Dedicated to Nuclear Astrophysics
    • Andre Sieverding
      Neutrino induced nucleosynthesis of radioactive nuclei in Core-Collapse Supernovae
    • Lena Simon
      JINA-CEE – The Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics – Center for the Evolution of the Elements
    • Alessandra Slemer
      Investigating various scenarios of chemical enrichment from massive stars
    • Chris Sullivan
      The Sensitivity of Core-Collapse Supernovae to Nuclear Electron Capture
    • Toshio Suzuki
      Beta-decay rates for exotic nuclei and r-process nucleosynthesis up to Th and U
    • Yasuyuki Suzuki
      Three-alpha radiative reaction processes at low temperatures
    • Hiromichi Tagawa
      THE MERGERS OF NEUTRON STAR BINARIES IN Z>10
    • Koh Takahashi
      Systematic calculation of PISN explosion and nucleosynthesis
    • Ariel Tarifeno-Saldivia
      A high efficiency and flat response detector for beta-delayed neutron studies in very exotic nuclei
    • Guy Terwagne
      Development and characterization of an hydrogen standard produced by ion implantation in amorphous silicon
    • Hajime Togashi
      Variational study of the supernova equation of state with hyperons
    • Alexey Tolstov
      Multicolor light curves simulations of Population III core-collapse supernovae: from shock breakout to 56Co decay
    • L. Viktor Toth
      GRB host galaxy parameters recalculated
    • Long-Jun Wang
      Gamow-Teller transition of heavy-deformed odd-A nuclei with high excitation energy
    • Benjamin Wehmeyer
      Inhomogeneous galactic chemical evolution
    • Dai Yamazaki
      The new BBN model with the photon cooling, X particle, and the primordial magnetic field
    • Nobutoshi Yasutake
      Hydrostatic equilibria for rotating stars: toward evolutions of deformed stars
    • Hisayoshi Yurimoto
      LIMAS: Tunnel-ionization time-of-flight sputtered neutral mass spectrometer for astromaterials

    List of Accepted Posters
    Poster Session II: Thu. June 23, 2016 16:15-17:25

    • Misa Aoki
      Abundance of Weak r-process Elements of Metal-Poor Stars ~Universality or Diversity?~
    • Tomoyuki Baba
      Structure and decay pattern of linear chain states in neutron-rich Carbon isotopes
    • Michael Bennett
      Isospin Mixing Reveals 30P(p,gamma)31S Resonance Influencing Nova Nucleosynthesis
    • Taygun Bulmus
      Astrophysical Neutrinos And Flavor Evolution With Self Interactions
    • Maurizio Busso
      THE 13C NEUTRON SOURCE FOR THE s-PROCESS IN LOW-MASS AGB STARS
    • Antonio Caciolli
      nuclear astrophysics at lnl: the 10B(p,α)7Be reaction studied with activation technique
    • Soomi Cha
      STUDY OF α-CLUSTER STRUCTURE IN 22Mg
    • Rui jiu Chen
      Periodic signals tracking algorithm for isochronous mass spectrometry implemented in graphic processing units
    • Myung-Ki Cheoun
      Neutrino interactions with matter by a new neutrino source from the Isotope radioactive decay produced by the proton accelerator
    • Janet Colucci
      Extragalactic chemical evolution of massive galaxies
    • Marius Eichler
      NUCLEOSYNTHESIS IN 2D CORE-COLLAPSE SUPERNOVA SIMULATIONS OF 11.2 AND 17.0 M⊙ PROGENITORS
    • Tomas Eriksen
      The 3α process studied through pair conversion transitions from the Hoyle state in 12C
    • Sho Fujibayashi
      Nucleosynthesis in Neutrino-driven Winds in Hypernovae
    • Shin-ichiro Fujimoto
      Nucleosynthesis in asymmetric, core-collapse supernovae of massive stars
    • Tokuro Fukui
      DETERMINATION OF THE 8B(p,γ)9C REACTION RATE THROUGH DIRECT NUCLEAR REACTION THEORIES
    • Sadataka Furui
      E. Cartan’s Supersymmetric Universe and our Detectors
    • Takenori Furumoto
      Nuclear medium effect over normal density understood from heavy-ion elastic scattering
    • Ruchi Garg
      Carbon12 production and the rotational excitation of the Hoyle state
    • Panagiotis Gastis
      Nuclear reaction studies for the νp-process
    • Surja Kiran Ghorui
      Deformed Structure in N=50 Nuclei Within Self-Consistent Mean Field Model
    • Matthew Gilmer
      Mixing of Ni-56 in Multidimensional Pair-Instability Supernova Simulations
    • Samuel Giuliani
      r-process nucleosynthesis with a microscopic description of the fission process
    • Seiya Hayakawa
      Trojan horse method for the oxygen-burning process reactions
    • Takehito Hayakawa
      New method to measure M1 strength using photonucelar reactions with linear polarized gamma-ray beam
    • Takehito Hayakawa
      Neutron capture reaction on Cd-112 to study of the s-process origin of Sn-115
    • Tomoyasu Hayakawa
      How to make a supernova associated with a Gamma-Ray Burst in the collapsar model ?
    • Oliver Heinimann
      Hadron-quark phase transition in hybrid stars and first insights for generating a new supernova EOS
    • Nobuo Hinohara
      Nuclear collective excitation modes within finite-amplitude method
    • Yutaka Hirai
      Chemo-dynamical evolution of r-process elements in the Local Group galaxies
    • Satoshi Honda
      Lithium abundances of solar-type superflare stars
    • Nicolas Hubbard
      Measurement of the 23Na(α,p)26Mg Reaction and its Astrophysical Reaction Rate
    • Yuichi Ichikawa
      Magnetic Moment of 75mCu and collectivity around 78Ni
    • Ryotaro Ichimasa
      Constraints from supernovae and gamma-ray bursts on the variable dark energy density model
    • Yuhri Ishimaru
      Enrichment of r-process elements by neutron star mergers through the sub-halo clustering
    • Masachika Iwai
      Observational Constraints on the Surface Gravitational Redshift of a Neutron Star
    • Pablo Jimenez Bonilla
      Application of Maxwellian spectrum neutron fields in MACS activation measurements
    • T Kambe
      Equation of state for neutron star matter with NJL model and Dirac-Brueckner-Hartree-Fock approximation
    • Masanori Kaneko
      Experimental Study on Symmetry Energy of Nuclear Matter with SπRIT-TPC
    • Yu Kashiwaba
      Density functional calculations for the neutron star matter at subnormal density
    • Masahiko Katsuma
      Theoretical photo-disintegration of 16O
    • Oliver Kirsebom
      Towards an experimental determination of the transition strength between the ground states of 20F and 20Ne
    • Ryunosuke Kitahara
      14N(n, p)14C CROSS SECTION MEASUREMENT FOR COLD NEUTRON BEAM AT J-PARC
    • Yoshihiko Kobayashi
      Pairing correlation effects on width of quasi-particle resonance in neutron drip-line nuclei
    • Yutaka Komiya
      The Galactic chemical evolution of r-process elements by neutron star mergers
    • Mizuki Kurata-Nishimura
      Preliminary results of SPiRIT-TPC experiment at RIBF-SAMURAI
    • Motohiko Kusakabe
      Effects of the f(R) and f(G) gravities and the exotic particle on primordial nucleosynthesis
    • Minsik Kwag
      Analysis of 23Mg levels for the astrophysical 22Na(𝑝,𝛾)23Mg reaction
    • Tong-Gyu Lee
      Multi-dimensional structure of crystalline chiral condensates in quark matter
    • Shing Chi Leung
      nucleosynthesis of iron-peak elements in Type-Ia supernovae
    • Yen-Hsun Lin
      Thermal transport of the solar captured dark matter and its implication
    • Nan Liu
      Stellar Origins of 13C- and 15N-enriched Presolar SiC Grains
    • Simin Mahmoodifar
      X-ray Burst Oscillations: From Flame Spreading To The Cooling Wake
    • Tomislav Marketin
      Beta-delayed neutron emission in neutron-rich nuclei
    • Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo
      r-process nucleosynthesis in the dynamical ejecta of neutron star mergers
    • Tomoyuki Maruyama
      PIion Production from Prton Synchrotron Radiation oin Stong Magnetic Fields
    • Tadafumi Matsuno
      Carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars as a constraint on the lithium depletion mechanism
    • Matthew Mumpower
      The rare earth peak and the astrophysical location of the r process
    • Michael Munch
      Independent measurement of the Hoyle state β feeding from 12B using Gammasphere
    • Motoki Murata
      The measurement of 4He photodisintegration with MAIKo active target
    • Takumi Muto
      Kaon Condensation in Hyperonic Matter and Equation of State
    • Riou Nakamura
      Production of Li and B in inhomogeneous Big-Bang Nucleosynthesis
    • Nobuya Nishimura
      Impacts of nuclear-physics uncertainty in stellar temperatures on the s-process nucleosynthesis
    • Nobuya Nishimura
      Impacts of theoretical β-decay rates on the production of r-process peaks
    • Tsuneo Noda
      Neutron star cooling with various superfluid and superconducting states
    • Tomohiro Oishi
      Giant Dipole Resonance Analysis Based on the Finite Amplitude Method
    • Takuya Ojima
      Stochastic Chemical Evolution of Sub-Halos and the Origin of r-Process Elements
    • Wei Jia Ong
      Determination of the Urca Cooling Strength of A = 61 Material in Neutron Star Crusts
    • Stefan Pavetich
      Determination of the Maxwellian-averaged cross section of 35Cl(n,γ)
    • Goetz Roller
      A possible astrophysical site of the r-process and the age of some neutron-rich nuclides
    • Nishanth Sasankan
      New Observational Limits to Dark Radiation in Brane Cosmology
    • Yushi Sato
      The critical mass ratio of violent merger-induced SNe Ia
    • Philipp Scholz
      Experimental studies of nuclear physics input for gamma-process nucleosynthesis
    • Rie Sekine
      Photoabsorption of few-nucleon systems with time-dependent correlated Gaussian method
    • Motoko Serino
      long duration X-ray bursts observed by MAXI
    • Shota Shibagaki
      1.5D GRMHD Simulation of Core-Collapse Supernova
    • Sanjana Sinha
      Pushing Core-Collapse Supernovae to Explosions in Spherical Symmetry: Nucleosynthesis Yields
    • Paul Smith
      Reporting New Evidence of Gravitons
    • Naoyuki Sumi
      Neutron Lifetime Measurement at J-PARC
    • Toshio Suzuki
      Electron-capture and beta-decay rates for sd-shell nuclei in stellar environments
    • Toshihiro Takagi
      Application of the Ghosh & Lamb Relation to the Spin-up/down Behavior in the X-ray Binary Pulsar 4U 1626-67
    • Masaomi Tanaka
      Measurements of radiative capture cross sections at Big Bang energies
    • Toru Tanimori
      Establishment of Imaging Nuclear Spectroscopy for Astronomy with Electron-Tracking Compton Camera
    • Miho Tsumura
      Search for the rare gamma-decay mode in 12C
    • Takaki Urushibata
      A progenitor model of SN1987A – Spiral-in merger including rotational effects –
    • Phong Vi
      IMPACT OF THE BETA DELAYED NEUTRON EMISSION PROBABILITIES AROUND A=100-125 ON THE R-PROCESS AND THE BRIKEN PROJECT
    • Yutaka Watanabe
      Production of radioactive nuclei relevant to r-process by multinucleon transfer reaction for KISS
    • Shotaro Yamasaki
      A Blind Search for Prompt Gamma-ray Counterparts of Fast Radio Bursts
    • Rakhim Yarmukhamedov
      INDIRECT METHODS AND ANCs FOR NUCLEAR ASTROPHYSICS
    • Nobutoshi Yasutake
      Cooling of magnetars with exotic matter
    • Takashi Yoshida
      Explosive nucleosynthesis of ultra-stripped Type Ic supernovae
    • Ryo Yoshiike
      Quark origin of the strong magnetic field in compact stars
    • Ohtani Yukari
      Scattered X-ray photons due to axisymmetric shock breakout in a circumstellar medium

Participants

As of 10 June 2016

  • Name (Affiliation)
    • Keijiro Abe (University of Tokyo)
    • Sachiko Amari (Washington University)
    • Misa Aoki (International Christian University)
    • Wako Aoki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
    • Shigeyoshi Aoyama (Niigata University)
    • Almudena Arcones (TU Darmstadt)
    • Alexander Arzhanov (TU Darmstadt)
    • Tomoyuki Baba (Hokkaido University)
    • Akif Balantekin (University of Wisconsin)
    • Bruce Barrett (University of Arizona)
    • Joan Barrett (University of Arizona)
    • Daniel Bemmerer (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR))
    • Julia Bliss (TU Darmstadt)
    • Axel Boeltzig (Gran Sasso Science Institute)
    • Ed Brown (Michigan State University)
    • Carlo Bruno (University of Edinburgh)
    • Taygun Bulmus (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University)
    • Maurizio Busso (University of Perugia – INFN sez. di Perugia)
    • Antonio Caciolli (University and INFN of Padua)
    • Laetitia Canete (University of Jyväskylä)
    • Francesca Cavanna (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Genova)
    • Soomi Cha (Sungkyunkwan University)
    • Kyungyuk Chae (Sungkyunkwan University)
    • Conrad Chan (Monash University)
    • Chian-Shu Chen (Academia Sinica)
    • Rui jiu Chen (Institute of Morden Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
    • Myung-Ki Cheoun (Soongsil University)
    • Silvio Cherubini (Università di Catania)
    • Cristina Chiappini (Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik)
    • Arthur Choplin (Geneva Observatory, University of Geneva)
    • Jason Clark (Argonne National Laboratory)
    • Alain Coc (CSNSM)
    • Janet Colucci (Carnegie Observatories)
    • Benoit Cote (University of Victoria)
    • Manoel Couder (University of Notre Dame)
    • Andrew Davis (University of Chicago)
    • Nicolas de Séréville (Institut de Physique Nucléaire d’ Orsay)
    • Paul-Louis Debarsy (University of Namur)
    • Alex Deibel (Michigan State University)
    • Roland Diehl (Max-Planck-Institut für Extraterrestrische Physik)
    • Kevin Ebinger (University of Basel)
    • Marius Eichler (University of Basel)
    • Tomas Eriksen (The Australian National University)
    • Alfredo Estrade (Central Michigan University)
    • Michael Famiano (Western Michigan University)
    • Jenny Feige (Berlin Institute of Technology)
    • Alba Formicola (INFN LNGS)
    • Adam Fritsch (Gonzaga University)
    • Carla Frohlich (North Carolina State University)
    • Cathleen Fry (Michigan State University)
    • Sho Fujibayashi (Kyoto University)
    • Shin-ichiro Fujimoto (National Institute of Technology, Kumamoto College)
    • Tokuro Fukui (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
    • Sadataka Furui (Teikyo University, Utsunomiya)
    • Moshe Gai (University of Connecticut)
    • Duncan Galloway (Monash University)
    • Ruchi Garg (University of York)
    • Panagiotis Gastis (Central Michigan University)
    • Surja Ghorui (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
    • Matthew Gilmer (North Carolina State University)
    • Rudy Gilmore (TrueCar)
    • Samuel Giuliani (Technische Universität Darmstadt)
    • Brent Glassman (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory)
    • Christopher Griffin (University of Edinburgh)
    • Carlos Guerrero (Universidad de Sevilla)
    • Eunja Ha (Soongsil University)
    • Hamid Hamidani (University of Tokyo)
    • James Harris (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
    • Jacqueline Hartogh (Keele University)
    • Seiya Hayakawa (University of Tokyo)
    • Takehito Hayakawa (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology)
    • Tomoyasu Hayakawa (Kyoto University)
    • Felix Heim (University of Cologne)
    • Oliver Heinimann (University of Basel)
    • Matthias Hempel (University of Basel)
    • Jun Hidaka (Meisei University)
    • Nobuo Hinohara (University of Tsukuba)
    • Yutaka Hirai (The University of Tokyo)
    • Raphael Hirschi (Keele University)
    • William Hix (University of Tennessee)
    • Wynn Ho (University of Southampton)
    • Erika Holmbeck (University of Notre Dame)
    • Akira Homma (NIigata University)
    • Satoshi Honda (University of Hyogo)
    • Kenta Hotokezaka (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
    • Nicolas Hubbard (Aarhus University)
    • John Hughes (Rutgers University)
    • Yuichi Ichikawa (RIKEN Nishina Center)
    • Ryotaro Ichimasa (University of Kyushu)
    • Eishin Ikeda (Fukuoka University)
    • Susumu Inoue (RIKEN)
    • Souichi Ishikawa (Hosei University)
    • Yuhri Ishimaru (International Christian University)
    • Tadaaki Isobe (RIKEN)
    • Naoyuki Itagaki (Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University)
    • Masachika Iwai (ISAS/JAXA)
    • Heshani Jayatissa (Texas A&M University)
    • Alexander Ji (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
    • Jordi Jose (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya)
    • Hyo Soon Jung (Chung-Ang University)
    • Matthias Junker (Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso)
    • Oliver Just (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics)
    • Emily Kading (University of Connecticut)
    • Daid Kahl (University of Edinburgh)
    • Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
    • T Kambe (Tokyo University of Science)
    • Yoshiko Kanada-En’yo (Kyoto University)
    • Masanori Kaneko (Kyoto University)
    • Anu Kankainen (University of Jyväskylä)
    • Amanda Karakas (Monash University)
    • Masahiko Katsuma (Osaka City University)
    • Toshihiko Kawano (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
    • Laurens Keek (NASA GSFC)
    • Aram Kim (Sung Kyun Kwan University)
    • Hyeon Woo Kim (Sungkyunkwan University)
    • Minju Kim (University of Sungkyunkwan)
    • Masaaki Kimura (Hokkaido University)
    • Norikazu Kinoshita (Shimizu Corporation)
    • Oliver Kirsebom (Aarhus University)
    • Gabor Kiss (Riken Nishina Center)
    • Ryunosuke Kitahara (Kyoto University)
    • Takayuki Kobayashi (Nihon University)
    • Yoshihiko Kobayashi (Niigata University)
    • Yutaka Komiya (University of Tokyo)
    • Shigeru Kubono (RIKEN Nishina Center)
    • Mizuki Kurata-Nishimura (RIKEN)
    • Takami Kuroda (University of Basel)
    • Motohiko Kusakabe (University of Notre Dame)
    • Kyujin Kwak (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST))
    • James Lattimer (Stony Brook University)
    • Eunji Lee (Sungkyunkwan University)
    • Hye Young Lee (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
    • Jaeha Lee (Sungkyunkwan University)
    • Tong-Gyu Lee (Kyoto University)
    • Shing Chi Leung (Kavli IPMU)
    • Kuoang Li (Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
    • Sean Liddick (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory)
    • Yen-Hsun Lin (National Chiao Tung University)
    • Weiping Liu (China Institute of Atomic Energy)
    • Andreas Lohs (University of Basel)
    • Maria Lugaro (CSFK MTA)
    • Simin Mahmoodifar (NASA/GSFC-USRA)
    • Hiroyuki Makii (Japan Atomic Energy Agency)
    • Kazuo Makishima (RIKEN)
    • Tomislav Marketin (University of Zagreb)
    • Sarah Martell (University of New South Wales)
    • Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo (Technical University Darmstadt)
    • Tomoyuki Maruyama (Nihon University)
    • Catalin Matei (Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) / (IFIN-HH))
    • Grant Mathews (University of Notre Dame)
    • Keishi Matsui (the University of Tokyo)
    • Tadafumi Matsuno (Sokendai (the Graduate University for Advanced Studies))
    • Masayuki Matsuo (Niigata University)
    • Francesca Matteucci (Trieste University)
    • Gail McLaughlin (North Carolina State University)
    • Alex Meshik (Washington University)
    • Bradley Meyer (Clemson University)
    • Georges Meynet (University of Geneva)
    • Kosho Minomo (Osaka University)
    • G Misch (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
    • Yoshitaka Mizumura (Kyoto University)
    • Heiko Möller (Technical University of Darmstadt)
    • Kanji Mori (the University of Tokyo)
    • Hiroyuki Morita (Kyoto University)
    • Tohru Motobayashi (RIKEN Nishina Center)
    • Matthew Mumpower (Los Alamos National Lab)
    • Michael Munch (Aarhus University)
    • Motoki Murata (Kyoto University)
    • Agatino Musumarra (University of Catania and INFN-LNS)
    • Takumi Muto (Chiba Institute of Technology)
    • Shigehiro Nagataki (RIKEN)
    • Ko Nakamura (Waseda University)
    • Riou Nakamura (Kurume Institute of Technology)
    • Takashi Nakatsukasa (University of Tsukuba)
    • Takahito Nakayama (Tokyo University of Science)
    • Ken’ichiro Nakazato (Kyushu University)
    • Maulen Nassurlla (Institute of Nuclear Physics)
    • Christine Nicholls (University of Vienna)
    • Susan Nimori (Spouse of Andrew Davis)
    • Nobuya Nishimura (Keele University)
    • Shunji Nishimura (RIKEN)
    • Kazuya Nishiyama (Kyoto University)
    • Kenji Nishizuka (Niigata University)
    • Larry Nittler (Carnegie Institution of Washington)
    • Tsuneo Noda (Kurume Institute of Technology)
    • Ken’ichi Nomoto (University of Tokyo)
    • Akira Ohnishi (Kyoto University)
    • Takuya Ojima (International Christian University)
    • Andreea Oprea (Horia Hulubei National Institute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH))
    • Rodney Orford (McGill University)
    • Sara Palmerini (University of Perugia)
    • Michael Paul (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
    • Stefan Pavetich (Australian National University)
    • Albino Perego (Technical University Darmstadt)
    • Rosario Gianluca Pizzone (INFN LNS)
    • Choudhury Praharaj (Institute of Physics)
    • Olga Pravdivtseva (Washington University)
    • Thomas Rauscher (University of Basel)
    • Julia Reichert (University of Basel)
    • Joscelin Riley (University of York)
    • Christian Ritter (University of Victoria)
    • Goetz Roller (Institute for Nuclear Planetology, Geo- and Cosmochronometry)
    • Marco Rosenbusch (University of Greifswald)
    • Berta Rubio (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular)
    • Kenshi Sagara (Kyushu University)
    • Hiroyuki Sagawa (RIKEN)
    • Natsuko Sagawa (RIKEN)
    • Yukiya Saito (RIKEN)
    • Hiroaki Sameshima (Kyoto Sangyo University)
    • Yushi Sato (The University of Tokyo)
    • Hidetomo Sawai (Research Organization for Information Science & Technology)
    • Hendrik Schatz (Michigan State University)
    • Konrad Schmidt (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory)
    • Kate Scholberg (Duke University)
    • Philipp Scholz (Institute for Nuclear Physics, University of Cologne)
    • Maria Schonbachler (ETH Zurich)
    • Rie Sekine (Hokkaido University)
    • Kazuyuki Sekizawa (Warsaw University of Technology)
    • Motoko Serino (RIKEN)
    • Kiana Setoodehnia (North Carolina State University)
    • Ken Shen (UC Berkeley)
    • Shota Shibagaki (the University of Tokyo)
    • Tatsushi Shima (Osaka University)
    • Hideki Shimizu (University of Tokyo)
    • Andre Sieverding (Technical University Darmstadt)
    • Lena Simon (JINA-CEE)
    • Sanjana Sinha (North Carolina State University)
    • Alessandra Slemer (University of Padova)
    • Paul Smith (Western Sydney VNS)
    • Olivier Sorlin (GANIL)
    • Hajime Sotani (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
    • Richard Stancliffe (Argelander Institute for Astronomy)
    • Jirina Stone (University of Tennessee)
    • Takuma Suda (University of Tokyo)
    • Yoshinori Sugitani (Kanagawa University)
    • Chris Sullivan (Michigan State University)
    • Naoyuki Sumi (Kyushu University)
    • Kohsuke Sumiyoshi (Numazu College of Technology)
    • Rebecca Surman (University of Notre Dame)
    • Fumi Suzaki (RIKEN Nishina Center)
    • Toshio Suzuki (Nihon University)
    • Hiromichi Tagawa (University of Tokyo)
    • Jose Tain (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular)
    • Akito Tajitsu (Subaru Telescope, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
    • Toshihiro Takagi (RIKEN)
    • Koh Takahashi (University of Tokyo)
    • Masatoshi Takano (Waseda University)
    • Tomoya Takeda (Kyoto University)
    • Yoichi Takeda (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
    • Tomoya Takiwaki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan)
    • Atsushi Tamii (Osaka University)
    • Hirokazu Tamura (Tohoku University)
    • Masaomi Tanaka (Osaka University)
    • Isao Tanihata (BeiHang University / RCNP)
    • Kentaro Terada (Osaka University)
    • Yukikatsu Terada (Saitama University)
    • Guy Terwagne (LARN-PMR)
    • Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel)
    • Anders Thygesen (California Institute of Technology)
    • Hajime Togashi (RIKEN)
    • Alexey Tolstov (Kavli IPMU)
    • L. Viktor Toth (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest)
    • Miho Tsumura (Kyoto University)
    • Takaki Urushibata (The University of Tokyo)
    • Hiroaki Utsunomiya (Konan University)
    • Phong Vi (VNU University of Science, Hanoi)
    • Elizabeth Vogt (Clemson University)
    • Peter von Neumann-Cosel (Technische Universität Darmstadt)
    • Shinya Wanajo (Sophia University)
    • Long-Jun Wang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
    • Meng Wang (Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences)
    • Yutaka Watanabe (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization)
    • Benjamin Wehmeyer (Universität Basel)
    • Philip Woods (Edinburgh University)
    • Warren Wright (North Carolina State University)
    • Shoichi Yamada (Waseda University)
    • Hidetoshi Yamaguchi (CNS, the University of Tokyo)
    • Noriko Yamaguchi (N/A)
    • Shotaro Yamasaki (University of Tokyo)
    • Dai Yamazaki (Ibaraki University)
    • Rakhim Yarmukhamedov (Institute of Nuclear Physics Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan)
    • Nobutoshi Yasutake (Chiba Institute of Technology)
    • Ken-ichiro Yoneda (RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-Based Science)
    • Takashi Yoshida (University of Tokyo)
    • Ryo Yoshiike (Kyoto University)
    • Ohtani Yukari (University of Tokyo)
    • Hisayoshi Yurimoto (Hokkaido University)
    • Remco Zegers (Michigan State University)