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

Full Session details

Time 2F Snow Hall 2F 201 2F Snow
Hall A
2F Snow
Hall B
31F Hotel
Nikko Niigata
4F Hotel
Okura Niigata
Sunday, June 19
18:00-20:00         NIC-XIV Reception  
Monday, June 20
08:40-09:00 NIC-XIV Opening Session          
09:00-10:35 Plenary 1          
11:05-12:10 Plenary 2          
13:30-14:30 Special Lecture I          
15:00-16:20 Plenary 3          
16:50-18:10 Plenary 4          
Tuesday, June 21
09:00-10:25 Plenary 5          
10:55-12:10 Plenary 6          
13:30-15:00 Plenary 7          
15:30-16:40 Plenary 8          
17:10-18:10 Plenary 9          
18:10-19:30   Poster Session I        
Wednesday, June 22
09:00-10:25     Parallel A1 Parallel B1    
10:55-12:00     Parallel A2 Parallel B2    
12:00-12:20     Special Lecture II      
Thursday, June 23
09:00-10:30 Plenary 10          
11:00-12:15 Plenary 11          
13:35-14:45 Plenary 12          
15:15-16:15 Plenary 13          
16:15-17:25   Poster Session II        
18:30-20:30           NIC-XIV Banquet
Friday, June 24
09:00-10:20 Plenary 14          
10:50-12:30 Plenary 15          
14:00-15:30 Plenary 16          
15:30-15:45 NIC-XIV Closing Session          

Monday, June 20, 08:40 – 09:00

NIC-XIV Opening Session

Chair, Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
 

Monday, June 20, 09:00 – 10:35

Plenary 1

Big-Bang Cosmology, Nucleosynthesis, Dark Matter, and Dark Energy
Chair, Bruce Peterson (Australian National University, Australia)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
9:00-9:30 Nuclear processes in X-ray bursts
Hendrik Schatz (Michigan State University & National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA)
9:30-10:00 Challenges in Cosmology: from the Big Bang to Dark Energy, Dark Matter and Galaxy Formation
Joe Silk (Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris & Johns Hopkins University, France)
10:00-10:20 Primordial nucleosynthesis
Alain Coc (CSNSM, France)
10:20-10:35 Chemical evolution of the Universe at 0.7 < z < 1.6 derived from abundance diagnostics of quasars
Hiroaki Sameshima (Kyoto Sangyo University, Japan); Yuzuru Yoshii and Kimiaki Kawara (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
 

Monday, June 20, 11:05 – 12:10

Plenary 2

Neutrino Astrophysics and Weak Processes
Chair, Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
11:05-11:30 Nuclear Physics and Astrophysics of Neutrino Oscillations
Akif Balantekin (University of Wisconsin, USA)
11:30-11:50 Probing weak-reaction rates for astrophysics with charge-exchange reactions
Remco Zegers (Michigan State University & National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA)
11:50-12:10 Neutrino Oscillation Experiments
Kate Scholberg (Duke University & IPMU, USA)
 

Monday, June 20, 13:30 – 14:30

Special Lecture I – EPJH Sponsored Lecture

The discovery of the neutrino oscillations
Chair, Tohru Motobayashi (RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
Speaker: Takaaki Kajita, University of Tokyo, 2015 Nobel Laureate in PhysicsProf. Kajita’s article in EPJH
 

Monday, June 20, 15:00 – 16:20

Plenary 3

Novae and X-Ray Bursts
Chair, Maurizio Busso (University of Perugia – INFN sez. di Perugia, Italy)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
15:00-15:25 Nucleosynthesis in novae and X-ray bursts
Jordi Jose (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain)
15:25-15:45 Experimental studies of light-ion nuclear reactions using low-energy RI beam
Hidetoshi Yamaguchi (CNS, the University of Tokyo, Japan)
15:45-16:05 Superbursts out of the ashes of X-ray bursts from neutron stars
Laurens Keek (NASA GSFC & University of Maryland/CRESST, USA)
16:05-16:20 Discovery of Explosive Lithium Production in Classical Novae
Akito Tajitsu (Subaru Telescope, National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, USA)
 

Monday, June 20, 16:50 – 18:10

Plenary 4

Stellar Evolution and Hydrostatic Nuclear Burning Processes – I
Chair, Maria Lugaro (CSFK MTA, Hungary)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
16:50-17:15 Evolution and nucleosynthesis of massive stars
Georges Meynet (University of Geneva, Switzerland)
17:15-17:35 Evolution and nucleosynthesis of low and intermediate-mass stars
Amanda Karakas (Monash University & IPMU, University of Tokyo, Australia)
17:35-17:55 Underground cross section measurements of stellar reactions at astrophysically relevant energies
Alba Formicola (INFN LNGS, Italy)
17:55-18:10 Progress of Nuclear Astrophysics Project in China and Underground Project
Weiping Liu (China Institute of Atomic Energy, P.R. China)
 

Tuesday, June 21, 09:00 – 10:25

Plenary 5

Radioactive Nuclei Far From Stability – I
Chair, Jirina Stone (University of Tennessee, USA)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
9:00-9:20 Nuclear mass measurement and evaluation relevant to astrophysics
Meng Wang (Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China)
9:20-9:40 RIBF’s challenge to the r-process: present and future
Tomohiro Uesaka (RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan)
9:40-9:55 Mass measurements for the rp process
Anu Kankainen (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland)
9:55-10:10 Enhancement of neutron capture rates for deformed nuclei and impact on the r-process nucleosynthesis calculations
Toshihiko Kawano (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)
10:10-10:25 New mass model FRDM2012 and symmetry energy
Hiroyuki Sagawa (RIKEN, Japan); Peter Moller (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)
 

Tuesday, June 21, 10:55 – 12:10

Plenary 6

Explosive nucleosynthesis in Stars – I
Chair, Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel, Switzerland)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
10:55-11:20 Compact binary mergers as the origins of r-process elements and gravitational waves
Shinya Wanajo (Sophia University, Japan)
11:20-11:40 origin of r-process elements and galactic chemo-dynamical evolution
Grant Mathews (University of Notre Dame & Center for Astrophysics, USA); Shota Shibagaki (the University of Tokyo, Japan); Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
11:40-11:55 R-process: nuclear physics, astrophysics and observations
Almudena Arcones (TU Darmstadt & GSI, Germany)
11:55-12:10 Neutrino Flavor Transformation and Nucleosynthesis
Gail McLaughlin (North Carolina State University, USA); Rebecca Surman (University of Notre Dame, USA); Brett Deaton (North Carolina State University, USA); Annelise Malkus (University of Wisconsin, USA); Evan O’connor (North Carolina State University, USA); Albino Perego (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Yonglin Zhu (North Carolina State University, USA)
 

Tuesday, June 21, 13:30 – 15:00

Plenary 7

Explosive nucleosynthesis in Stars – II
Chair, Gail McLaughlin (North Carolina State University, USA)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
13:30-13:55 β-decay properties of neutron-rich nuclei: impact on r-process abundance/span>
Shunji Nishimura (RIKEN, Japan)
13:55-14:15 Observational constraints on the astrophysical site of the r-process
Wako Aoki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
14:15-14:30 Systematic and statistical uncertainties in simulated r-process abundances due to uncertain nuclear masses
Rebecca Surman (University of Notre Dame, USA); Matthew Mumpower (Los Alamos National Lab, USA); Gail McLaughlin (North Carolina State University, USA); Ani Aprahamian (University of Notre Dame, USA)
14:30-14:45 R-PROCESS (n,γ) RATE CONSTRAINTS FROM THE γ EMISSION OF UNBOUND STATES IN β- DECAY
Jose Tain (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular & CSIC and University of Valencia, Spain); Ebhelixes Valencia, Alejandro Algora, Victor Guadilla and Berta Rubio (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular, CSIC-U.Valencia); Ali Zakari-Issoufou, Muriel Fallot, Amanda Porta and Jose Antonio Briz (Subatech, CNRS/INP2P3, France); Simon Rice and William Gelletly (University of Surrey, United Kingdom); Leonid Batist (Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute, Russia); Tommi Eronen, Dmitry Gorelov, Ari Jokinen, Iain Moore, Heikki Pentttila, Sami Rinta-Antila and Juho Rissanen (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland)
14:45-15:00 Short-lived 244Pu points to compact binary mergers as sites for r-process nucleosynthesis
Kenta Hotokezaka (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel); Tsvi Piran (Hebrew University, Israel); Michael Paul (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
 

Tuesday, June 21, 15:30 – 16:40

Plenary 8

Stellar Evolution and Hydrostatic Nuclear Burning Processes – II
Chair, Shigeru Kubono (RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
15:30-15:35 Memorial talk for Oberhummer (Rauscher)
15:35-15:55 Recent results of direct nuclear reaction experiments for stellar nucleosynthesis
Silvio Cherubini (Universita di Catania & INFN-Laboratori Nazionali del Sud, Italy)
15:55-16:10 Nuclear Reactions and the Neutrino P-Process
Carla Frohlich (North Carolina State University, USA); Georgios Perdikakis (Central Michigan University, USA); Daniel Hatcher (Appalachian State University, USA); Stylianos Nikas (Central Michigan University, USA)
16:10-16:25 Neutron capture cross sections of the s-process branching points 147Pm, 171Tm and 204Tl
Carlos Guerrero (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Cesar Domingo-Pardo (IFIC, Spain); Jorge Lerendegui-Marco (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Adria Casanovas (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); Miguel Cortes-Giraldo (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Rugard Dressler, Stephan Heinitz and Niko Kivel (Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland); Ulli Koester (Institut Laue-Langevin, France); Michael Paul (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel); Jose Quesada (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Dorothea Schumann (Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland); Ariel Tarifeno-Saldivia (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); Moshe Tessler (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
16:25-16:40 Photoneutron reactions in nucleosynthesis
Hiroaki Utsunomiya (Konan University, Japan)
 

Tuesday, June 21, 17:10 – 18:10

Plenary 9

Nuclear Theory and Experiments in Astrophysics – I
Chair, Rebecca Surman (University of Notre Dame, USA)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
17:10-17:30 Reaction studies for Explosive Nuclear Astrophysics (EPJA Sponsored Lecture)
Philip Woods (Edinburgh University, United Kingdom)
17:30-17:45 Electron-capture rates for pf-shell nuclei in stellar environments and nucleosynthesis
Toshio Suzuki (Nihon University, Japan); Michio Honma (University of Aizu, Japan); Kanji Mori (the University of Tokyo, Japan); Michael Famiano (Western Michigan University, USA); Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Jun Hidaka (Meisei University, Japan); Takaharu Otsuka (the University of Tokyo, Japan)
17:45-17:55 Double Detonation Type Ia Supernovae in Double White Dwarf Binaries
Ken Shen (UC Berkeley, USA)
17:55-18:10 THE gamma-PROCESS IN MASSIVE STARS: UNCERTAINTIES IN PREDICTED ABUNDANCES AND IMPORTANT RATES
Thomas Rauscher (University of Basel, Switzerland); Nobuya Nishimura (Keele University, United Kingdom); Gabriele Cescutti (University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom); Raphael Hirschi (Keele University, United Kingdom); Alexander Murphy (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom); Alexander Heger (Monash University & Monash Centre for Astrophysics, Australia)
 

Tuesday, June 21, 18:10 – 19:30

Poster Session I

Room: 2F 201
FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR THE 7Be+n REACTION MEASUREMENTS BY TROJAN HORSE METHOD AT CRIB
Keijiro Abe (University of Tokyo, Japan); Hidetoshi Yamaguchi (CNS, the University of Tokyo, Japan); Seiya Hayakawa (University of Tokyo, Japan); Livio Lamia (Università di Catania & INFN-LNS, Italy)
Gogny-HFB survey of odd-A nuclei with time-reversal symmetry breaking
Alexander Arzhanov (TU Darmstadt, Germany); Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Luis Robledo and Tomás Rodríguez (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
Microscopic shell model calculation for sd shell nuclei
Bruce R Barrett (University of Arizona, USA)
Progress of the Felsenkeller shallow-underground accelerator laboratory
Daniel Bemmerer (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR), Germany)
Impact of (α,n) reaction-rate uncertainties on the nucleosynthesis in neutrino-driven winds
Julia Bliss (TU Darmstadt, Germany); Fernando Montes (Michigan State University, USA); Almudena Arcones (TU Darmstadt & GSI, Germany); Jorge Pereira (Michigan State University, USA)
Status of Direct 23Na(p,g)24Mg and 18O(p,g)19F Cross Section Measurements Underground at LUNA
Axel Boeltzig (Gran Sasso Science Institute, Italy); Francesca Romana Pantaleo (Università degli Studi di Bari, Dipartimento Interateneo di Fisica "M. Merlin", INFN Sez. di Bari, Italy); Andreas Best (INFN, Italy); Gianluca Imbriani (University of Naples, Federico II & INFN, Naples, Italy); Matthias Junker (Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, Italy); Roberto Perrino (INFN, Italy)
Underground study of the 17O(p,a)14N reaction at LUNA
Carlo Bruno (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
nuclear astrophysics at lnl: the 25Mg(a,n)28Si reaction studied at the cn accelerator
Antonio Caciolli (University and INFN of Padua, Italy)
High-precision proton-capture Q values for 25Al(p,g)26Si and 30P(p,g)31S
Laetitia Canete and Anu Kankainen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland)
Complementary Test of the Dark Matter Self-Interaction in Dark U(1) Model by Direct and Indirect Detection
Chian-Shu Chen (Academia Sinica, Taiwan); Yen-Hsun Lin and Guey-Lin Lin (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
Neutrino Induced Reactions and neutrino pair production with matter
Myung-Ki Cheoun (Soongsil University, Korea)
Insights on the first stars from CEMP-no stars
Arthur Choplin (University of Geneva); Georges Meynet (University of Geneva, Switzerland); André Maeder (Geneva Observatory, University of Geneva, Switzerland); Sylvia Ekström (University of Geneva, Switzerland); Cristina Chiappini (Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik, Germany); Raphael Hirschi (Keele University, United Kingdom)
Galactic Chemical Evolution Models and their Uncertainties and Reliabilities
Benoit Cote (University of Victoria & Michigan State University, Canada); Christian Ritter (University of Victoria, Canada); Brian O’Shea (Michigan State University, USA); Falk Herwig (University of Victoria, Canada); Devin Silvia (Michigan State University, USA); Marco Pignatari (University of Hull, United Kingdom); Samuel Jones (Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, Germany); Christopher Fryer (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)
Commissioning of the St. George recoil separator
Manoel Couder (University of Notre Dame, USA)
Fusion cross sections of astrophysics interest within the STELLA project
Sandrine Courtin (University of Strasbourg & IPHC and USIAS, France)
Iron and nickel isotopes in presolar SiC grains
Andrew Davis (University of Chicago, USA)
The effect of nuclear pasta on cooling neutron star transients
Alex Deibel (Michigan State University, USA); Andrew Cumming (McGill University, Canada); Ed Brown (Michigan State University, USA)
Beta-delayed neutrons in astrophysics: Present experimental challenges and future prospects
Cesar Domingo-Pardo and Jorge Agramunt (IFIC, Spain); Alejandro Algora (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular, Spain); Roger Caballero Folch (TRIUMF, Canada); Francisco Calvino (UPC, Spain); Guillem Cortes (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); Thomas Davinson and Christopher Griffin (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom); Iris Dillmann (TRIUMF, Vancouver, Canada); Alfredo Estrade (Central Michigan University, USA); Robert Grzywacz (UTK, USA); Gábor Kiss (MTA Atomki, Hungary); Giuseppe Lorusso (National Physical Laboratory, Middlesex, United Kingdom); Keishi Matsui (the University of Tokyo & RIKEN, Japan); Fernando Montes (Michigan State University, USA); Shunji Nishimura (RIKEN, Japan); Phong Vi (VNU University of Science, Hanoi & RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan); Albert Riego (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); Krzysztof Rykaczewski (University of Warsaw, Poland); Jose Tain (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular & CSIC and University of Valencia, Spain); Ariel Tarifeno-Saldivia (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); Alvaro Tolosa (IFIC, Spain); Philip Woods (Edinburgh University, United Kingdom)
Explosion Dynamics of Parametrized Spherically Symmetric Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations
Kevin Ebinger (University of Basel, Switzerland); Carla Frohlich (North Carolina State University, USA); Albino Perego (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Matthias Hempel, Marius Eichler, Matthias Liebendörfer and Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel, Switzerland)
The radiative width of the Hoyle state from cascading gamma-ray measurement
Badriah Elshahrani (Australia National University, Australia); Tibor Kibédi and Andrew Stuchbery (The Australian National University, Australia); Magne Guttormsen, Andreas Görgen, Sunniva Siem and Ann-Cecilie Larsen (University of Oslo, Norway); Francesca Giacoppo (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH, Germany); Araceli Lopez-Martens (CSNSM Orsay, France); Eda Sachin, Gry M. Tveten, Frank Bello Garrote and Lucia Crespo Campo (University of Oslo, Norway); Tomas Eriksen (The Australian National University, Australia); Malin Klintefjord and Sabina Maharramova (University of Oslo, Norway); Tamas Tornyi (The Australian National University, Australia); Therese Renstrøm (University of Oslo, Norway)
Time-of-flight mass measurements for nuclear astrophysics
Alfredo Estrade (Central Michigan University, USA)
LOW-BACKGROUND, HIGH-EFFICIENCY SETUP FOR THE STUDY OF THE 22Ne(p,γ)23Na REACTION AT LOW ENERGY
Federico Ferraro (Università degli Studi di Genova & INFN – Sezione di Genova, Italy); Francesca Cavanna (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Genova, Italy)
Search for α-Cluster Structure in Exotic Nuclei with the Prototype Active-Target Time-Projection Chamber
Adam Fritsch (Gonzaga University, USA); Yassid Ayyad, Daniel Bazin, Saul Beceiro-Novo, Josh Bradt, Lisa Carpenter, Marco Cortesi and Wolfgang Mittig (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory / Michigan State University, USA); Daisuke Suzuki (RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan); Tan Ahn and James Kolata (University of Notre Dame, USA); Frederick Becchetti (University of Michigan, USA); Alan Howard (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Discovery of 34g,mCl(p,γ)35Ar resonances relevant for classical nova nucleosynthesis
Cathleen Fry (Michigan State University & National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Christopher Wrede (Michigan State University, USA); Shawn Bishop (Technische Universität München, Germany); Alex Brown (Michigan State University, USA); Alan Chen (McMaster University, Canada); Thomas Faestermann (Technische Universität München, Germany); Ralf Hertenberger (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany); Anuj Parikh (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); David Pérez-Loureiro (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Hans-Friedrich Wirth (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, USA); Alejandro Garcia and Ronaldo Ortez (University of Washington, USA)
Matching thermonuclear (type-I) burst observations with models
Duncan Galloway (Monash University & Monash Centre for Astrophysics (MoCA), Australia); Adelle Goodwin (Monash Centre for Astrophysics, Australia); Nathanael Lampe (Université Blaise Pascal, France); Alexander Heger (Monash University & Monash Centre for Astrophysics, Australia)
Spin-Isospin Weak Responses In Nuclei and Astrophysical Applications
Surja Kiran Ghorui (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China)
Studying the 15O(α,γ)19Ne(p,γ)20Na breakout path from the CNO hydrogen-burning cycles
Brent Glassman and David Pérez-Loureiro (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Christopher Wrede (Michigan State University, USA); Jacob Allen and Dan Bardayan (University of Notre Dame, USA); Michael Bennett (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Alex Brown (Michigan State University, USA); Kelly Chipps (Colorado School of Mines, USA); Michael Febbraro (Oak Ridge National Lab, USA); Cathleen Fry (Michigan State University & National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Matthew Hall and O. Hall (University of Notre Dame, USA); Sean Liddick (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Partick O’Malley (Rutgers University, USA); Wei Jia Ong (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Steven Pain (ORNL, USA); Sarah Schwartz (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Praveen Shidling (Texas A & M University, USA); Paul Thompson (Oak Ridge National Lab, USA); Harrison Sims (University Surrey, United Kingdom); Eric Zhang (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, P.R. China)
β-decay studies of r-process nuclei using the Advance Implantation Detector Array (AIDA)
Christopher Griffin and Thomas Davinson (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom); Alfredo Estrade (Central Michigan University, USA); Davide Braga, Ian Burrows and Patrick Coleman-Smith (STFC Daresbury Laboratory, United Kingdom); Tuomas Grahn (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland); Alan Grant (STFC Daresbury Laboratory, United Kingdom); Laura Harkness-Brennan (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom); Gabor Kiss (Riken Nishina Center, Japan); Moschos Kogimtzis (STFC Daresbury Laboratory, United Kingdom); Ian Lazarus (Daresbury, United Kingdom); Simon Letts (STFC Daresbury Laboratory, United Kingdom); Zhong Liu (Chinese Academy of Science, P.R. China); Giuseppe Lorusso (National Physical Laboratory, Middlesex, United Kingdom); Keishi Matsui (the University of Tokyo & RIKEN, Japan); Shunji Nishimura (RIKEN, Japan); Robert Page (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom); Phong Vi (VNU University of Science, Hanoi & RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan); Mark Prydderch (STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, United Kingdom); Vic Pucknell (STFC Daresbury Laboratory, United Kingdom); Sami Rinta-Antila (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland); Oliver Roberts (University College Dublin, Ireland); David Seddon (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom); John Simpson (STFC Daresbury, United Kingdom); Stephen Thomas (STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, United Kingdom); Philip Woods (Edinburgh University, United Kingdom)
STUDY OF THE REACTION 17O(n,α)14C: EXTENSION OF THE TROJAN HORSE METHOD TO THE NEUTRONS INDUCED REACTIONS
Giovanni Luca Guardo (INFN – Laboratori Nazionali del Sud, Italy); Claudio Spitaleri (University of Catania & INFN-LNS, Italy); Livio Lamia (Università di Catania & INFN-LNS, Italy); Marisa Gulino (INFN – LNS, Italy)
The 18F(n,α) reaction: first study of n-induced reaction on a radioactive nucleus using the Trojan Horse Method
Marisa Gulino (INFN – LNS, Italy)
Decay dynamics of the unbound 26O nucleus
Kouichi Hagino (Tohoku University, Japan); Hiroyuki Sagawa (RIKEN, Japan)
Failed collapsar jets to explain low luminosity GRB properties
Hamid Hamidani, Umeda Hideyuki and Koh Takahashi (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Nucleosynthesis in self-consistent, axisymmetric simulations of CCSNe
James Harris (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA); William Hix and Merek Chertkow (University of Tennessee, USA); Stephen Bruenn (Florida Atlantic University, USA); Eric Lentz (University of Tennessee, USA); Daniel Kasen (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA)
Impact of rotation and convective boundary mixing in low mass AGB stars
Jacqueline Hartogh and Raphael Hirschi (Keele University, United Kingdom); Falk Herwig (University of Victoria, Canada); Umberto Battino (University of Basel, United Kingdom); Marco Pignatari (University of Hull, United Kingdom)
Proposal of direct reaction cross section measurements on an excited state to study explosive nucleosyntheses
Takehito Hayakawa (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Japan)
Fingerprints of the First Stars
Alexander Heger (Monash University & Monash Centre for Astrophysics, Australia); Conrad Chan (Monash University, Australia); Stan Woosley (University of California at Santa Cruz, USA); Aldeida Aleti and Kate Smith-Miles (Monash University, Australia)
Cross-section measurements via the activation technique at the Cologne Clover Counting Setup
Felix Heim (University of Cologne, Germany); Jan Mayer (Institute for Nuclear Physics, University of Cologne, Germany); Lars Netterdon (University of Cologne, Germany); Philipp Scholz (Institute for Nuclear Physics, University of Cologne, Germany); Andreas Zilges (University of Cologne, Germany)
A Bright r-II Star Detected by High-Resolution Follow-Up of the RAVE Survey
Erika Holmbeck, Vinicius Placco and Timothy Beers (University of Notre Dame, USA); Anna Frebel (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA); Charli Sakari (University of Washington, USA); Rebecca Surman (University of Notre Dame, USA)
Measurements of reaction cross sections for 19-27F isotopes
Akira Homma (NIigata University, Japan)
Gravitational wave emission from long-term self-consistent two-dimensional core-collapse supernova models
Eishin Ikeda and Kei Kotake (Fukuoka University, Japan); Ko Nakamura (Waseda University, Japan)
Cosmic Ray Production of Light Elements induced by Galactic Winds
Susumu Inoue (RIKEN, Japan)
A rare and prolific r-process event in the ultra-faint dwarf galaxy Reticulum II
Alexander Ji, Anna Frebel and Anirudh Chiti (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA); Joshua Simon (Observatories of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, USA)
Beta-Decay Half-Lived of Neutron-Rich Nuclei and Its Impact on Production of r-Process Elements
Hyo Soon Jung (Chung-Ang University, Korea)
Neutron Interaction With 7Be and the Primordial 7Li Problem
Emily Kading (University of Connecticut, USA)
30S(α,p) Thermonuclear Reaction Rate from Experimental Level Structure of 34Ar
Daid Kahl (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Measurement of alpha elastic scattering on 15O
Aram Kim (Sung Kyun Kwan University, Korea)
Alpha capture cross section measurements in the region of the heavy p-nuclei for γ-process studies
Gabor Kiss (Riken Nishina Center, Japan)
Mass and Radius of Neutron Stars Constrained by Photospheric Radius Expansion X-ray Bursts
Kyujin Kwak (Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), Korea)
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
Livio Lamia (Università di Catania & INFN-LNS, Italy); Marco Mazzocco (Università di Padova & LNL-INFN, Italy); Claudio Spitaleri (University of Catania & INFN-LNS, Italy); Marisa Gulino (INFN – LNS, Italy); Giovanni Luca Guardo (INFN – Laboratori Nazionali del Sud, Italy); Rosario Gianluca Pizzone (INFN LNS & INFN LNS, Italy)
Neutron-induced charged particle measurements at LANSCE in the interest of p-process nucleosynthesis
Hye Young Lee, Shea Mosby, Toshihiko Kawano, Robert Haight and Brett Manning (Los Alamos National Laboratory, USA)
THE STELLAR β-DECAY RATES OF 59FE AND THEIR INFULUNCES ON THE PRODUCTION OF 60FE
Kuoang Li (Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China)
Neutrino-nucleon interactions in supernovae: comparing approximations & exact rates
Andreas Lohs (University of Basel, Switzerland); Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Tobias Fischer (University of Wroclaw, Poland)
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
Hiroyuki Makii (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan); Hitoshi Ueda (Osaka University, Japan); Yasuki Nagai (Osaka University); Mariko Segawa (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan); Yasuyuki Temma and Tatsushi Shima (Osaka University, Japan); Kenji Mishima (KEK, Japan); Masayuki Igashira (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
Recent X-ray Results on Magnetars
Kazuo Makishima (RIKEN & Global Research Cluster, MAXI team, Japan); Teruaki Enoto (Kyoto University, Japan); Toshio Nakano and Kazuhiro Nakazawa (University of Tokyo, Japan); Yujin Nakagawa (JAXA, Japan)
Nuclear Astrophysics Measurements with ELISSA at ELI-NP
Catalin Matei (Extreme Light Infrastructure – Nuclear Physics (ELI-NP) / (IFIN-HH), Romania)
Weak decay of Tellurium and Barium isotopes in geological samples: current status
Alex Meshik and Olga Pravdivtseva (Washington University, USA)
Nucleosynthesis and Branchings on Directed Graphs
Bradley Meyer (Clemson University, USA)
Structure of the Hoyle state of 12C extracted from reaction observables
Kosho Minomo and Kazuyuki Ogata (Osaka University, Japan)
Nuclear neutrino spectra in late stellar evolution
G Misch (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China)
Possibility of Systematic Study of Supernova Explosions by Nuclear Imaging Spectroscopy
Yoshitaka Mizumura, Toru Tanimori and Atsushi Takada (Kyoto University, Japan)
Role of Nuclear Reaction for the Evolution of Degenerate ONeMg Cores
Heiko Möller (Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany); Samuel Jones (Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, Germany); Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany)
Impact of New GT Strengths on Explosive SN Ia Nucleosynthesis
Kanji Mori (the University of Tokyo, Japan); Michael Famiano (Western Michigan University, USA); Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Toshio Suzuki (Nihon University, Japan); Jun Hidaka (Meisei University, Japan); Michio Honma (University of Aizu, Japan); Takaharu Otsuka (the University of Tokyo, Japan); Koichi Iwamoto (Nihon University, Japan); Ken’ichi Nomoto (University of Tokyo, Japan)
proton and neutron correlations in 10B and its contribution to beta transitions
Hiroyuki Morita and Yoshiko Kanada-En’yo (Kyoto University, Japan)
Measurements of the elastic scattering cross sections of 13C ions on 12C nuclei at the near Coulomb barrier energy
Maulen Nassurlla (Institute of Nuclear Physics & Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Kazakhstan); Jumaziya Burtebayeva (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kazakhstan); Stanislaw Sakuta (Kurchatov Institute, Russia); Alnur Duisebayev and Timur Zholdybayev (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kazakhstan); Eryk Piasecki, Krzysztof Rusek, Agnieszka Trzcinska and Marzena Wolinska-Cichocka (Heavy Ion Laboratory, Poland); Sergey Artemov (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Uzbekistan); Nassurlla Burtebayev (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kazakhstan)
The first CRIRES-POP atlas: a high resolution near-IR reference spectrum of K giant 10 Leo
Christine Nicholls and Thomas Lebzelter (University of Vienna, Austria)
r-Process element enrichment by magneto-rotational supernovae in the early dwarf spheroidal galaxies
Nobuya Nishimura (Keele University, United Kingdom); Takuji Tsujimoto (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
Inhomogeneous chiral phases with the charged pion condensation
Kazuya Nishiyama (Kyoto University, Japan)
Measurement of Reaction Cross Sections for 9-12C Isotopes
Kenji Nishizuka (Niigata University, Japan)
Neutron Star Matter EOS in Relativistic Mean Field with Multi-body Couplings
Akira Ohnishi (Kyoto University, Japan); Kohsuke Tsubakihara (Kogakuin University, Japan); Toru Harada (Osaka Electro-Communication University, Japan)
Alpha induced reaction cross section measurements on p-nuclei
Andreea Oprea (Horia Hulubei National Institute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH), Romania)
Multidimensional Core-Collapse Supernova Simulations with Neutrino Transport
Kuo-Chuan Pan, Matthias Liebendörfer, Matthias Hempel and Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel, Switzerland)
Neutrinos in the aftermath of neutron star mergers
Albino Perego (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Dirk Martin and Hannah Yasin (TU-Darmstadt, Germany); Almudena Arcones (TU Darmstadt & GSI, Germany)
Bands and Isomers in Neutron-Rich Rare-Earth Nuclei in PHF Model
Choudhury R Praharaj (Institute of Physics, India); Surja Kiran Ghorui (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China)
Simulation of X-ray Bursts and Superbursts
Julia Reichert, Sofie Fehlmann, Ruben Cabezon and Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel, Switzerland)
Review and indirect measurement of 19Ne states relevant to novae explosions
Joscelin Riley and Alison Laird (University of York, United Kingdom); Nicolas de Séréville (Institut de Physique Nucléaire d’ Orsay, France); Anuj Parikh (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); Simon Fox (University of York, United Kingdom); Faïrouz Hammache, Iulian Stefan and Marlène Assié (Institut de Physique Nucléaire, France); Beyhan Bastin and Florent Boulay (Grand Accélérateur National d’Ions Lourds, France); Alain Coc (CSNSM, France); Serge Franchoo (Institut de Physique Nucléaire, France); Ruchi Garg and Stephen Gillespie (University of York, United Kingdom); Valdir Guimaraes (Institut de Physique Nucléaire, France); Clarisse Hamadache (Centre de Sciences Nucléaires et de Sciences de la Matière, France); Nicolas Hubbard (Aarhus University & University of York, Denmark); Jurgen Kiener and Anne Lefebvre-Schuhl (Centre de Sciences Nucléaires et de Sciences de la Matière, France); François de Oliveira Santos (Grand Accélérateur National d’Ions Lourds, France); Luc Perrot (Institut de Physique Nucléaire, France); Aurélien Remadi (Grand Accélérateur National d’Ions Lourds, France); Daisuke Suzuki and Giuseppe Verde (Institut de Physique Nucléaire, France); Vincent Tatischeff (Centre de Sciences Nucléaires et de Sciences de la Matière, France)
Convective-reactive nucleosynthesis in low-mass and massive stars
Christian Ritter (University of Victoria, Canada); Stou Sandalski (University of Minnesota, USA); Samuel Jones (Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, Germany); Benoit Cote (University of Victoria & Michigan State University, Canada); Paul Woodward (LCSE, University of Minnesota, USA); Falk Herwig (University of Victoria, Canada)
From the fossil stardust record of the first stars to stellar archaeology
Goetz Roller (Institute for Nuclear Planetology, Geo- and Cosmochronometry, Germany)
Constraining nuclear r-process production ratios from lunar samples and H chondrites
Goetz Roller (Institute for Nuclear Planetology, Geo- and Cosmochronometry, Germany)
Collective neutrino-flavor oscillations and application to supernova nucleosynthesis
Hirokazu Sasaki (The University of Tokyo, Japan); Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Jun Hidaka (Meisei University, Japan); Tomoyuki Maruyama (Nihon University, Japan); Yamac Pehlivan (Mimar Sinan Fine Arst University, Turkey); Akif Balantekin (University of Wisconsin, USA)
R-Process Nucleosynthesis in Core-Collapse Supernovae Aided by Magnetorotational Instability
Hidetomo Sawai (Research Organization for Information Science & Technology & Waseda University, Japan); Nobuya Nishimura (Keele University, United Kingdom); Tomoya Takiwaki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Shoichi Yamada (Waseda University, Japan)
PREDICTION OF SUPERHEAVY ELEMENT Z = 120 WITHIN RMF+ BCS APPROACH
Gaurav Saxena (Govt. Women Engineering College, Ajmer, India); Manish Kaushik (Shankra Institute of Technology, Jaipur, India)
X-ray burst studies with the JENSA gas jet target
Konrad Schmidt (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory & Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics – Center for the Evolution of the Elements, USA)
The TUNL Enge Split-pole Spectrograph: A Facility Entirely Dedicated to Nuclear Astrophysics
Kiana Setoodehnia, Richard Longland, Caleb Marshall and Federico Portillo Chaves (North Carolina State University, USA); Katie Kowal (Lewis & Clark University, USA)
Neutrino induced nucleosynthesis of radioactive nuclei in Core-Collapse Supernovae
Andre Sieverding, Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo and Lutz Huther (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Karlheinz Langanke (GSI Helmholtz Zentrum Darmstadt, Germany); Alexander Heger (Monash University & Monash Centre for Astrophysics, Australia)
JINA-CEE – The Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics – Center for the Evolution of the Elements
Lena Simon (JINA-CEE, USA)
Investigating various scenarios of chemical enrichment from massive stars
Alessandra Slemer (University of Padova, Italy)
The Sensitivity of Core-Collapse Supernovae to Nuclear Electron Capture
Chris Sullivan (Michigan State University & National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Evan O’connor (North Carolina State University, USA); Remco Zegers (Michigan State University & National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Sam Austin (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA)
Three-alpha radiative reaction processes at low temperatures
Hiroya Suno (RIKEN, Japan); Yasuyuki Suzuki (Niigata University, Japan); Pierre Descouvemont (Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
Beta-decay rates for exotic nuclei and r-process nucleosynthesis up to Th and U
Toshio Suzuki (Nihon University, Japan); Takashi Yoshida (University of Tokyo, Japan); Shota Shibagaki (the University of Tokyo, Japan); Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Takaharu Otsuka (the University of Tokyo, Japan)
Rapid Mergers in a Mixed System of Black Holes and Neutron Stars
Hiromichi Tagawa (University of Tokyo, Japan); Masayuki Umemura (Center for Computational Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Systematic calculation of PISN explosion and nucleosynthesis
Koh Takahashi, Takashi Yoshida and Umeda Hideyuki (University of Tokyo, Japan); Kohsuke Sumiyoshi (Numazu College of Technology, Japan); Shoichi Yamada (Waseda University, Japan)
A high efficiency and flat response detector for beta-delayed neutron studies in very exotic nuclei
Ariel Tarifeno-Saldivia (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); Jose Tain (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular & CSIC and University of Valencia, Spain); Cesar Domingo-Pardo (IFIC, Spain); Albert Riego and Guillem Cortes (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); Phong Vi (VNU University of Science, Hanoi & RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan)
Development and characterization of an hydrogen standard produced by ion implantation in amorphous silicon
Guy Terwagne (LARN-PMR & University of Namur, Belgium); Paul-Louis Debarsy (University of Namur, Belgium)
Variational study of the supernova equation of state with hyperons
Hajime Togashi (RIKEN, Japan)
Multicolor light curves simulations of Population III core-collapse supernovae: from shock breakout to 56Co decay
Alexey Tolstov (Kavli IPMU, Japan)
GRB host galaxy parameters recalculated
L. Viktor Toth (Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary)
Gamow-Teller transition of heavy-deformed odd-A nuclei with high excitation energy
Long-Jun Wang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China)
Inhomogeneous galactic chemical evolution
Benjamin Wehmeyer (Universität Basel, Switzerland); Marco Pignatari (University of Hull, United Kingdom); Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel, Switzerland)
The new BBN model with the photon cooling, X particle, and the primordial magnetic field
Dai Yamazaki (Ibaraki University & National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Motohiko Kusakabe (University of Notre Dame, USA); Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Grant Mathews (University of Notre Dame & Center for Astrophysics, USA); Myung-Ki Cheoun (Soongsil University, Korea)
Hydrostatic equilibria for rotating stars: toward evolutions of deformed stars
Nobutoshi Yasutake (Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan); Kotaro Fujisawa and Shoichi Yamada (Waseda University, Japan)
LIMAS: Tunnel-ionization time-of-flight sputtered neutral mass spectrometer for astromaterials
Hisayoshi Yurimoto (Hokkaido University, Japan)
 

Wednesday, June 22, 09:00 – 10:30

Parallel A1

Nuclear Theory and Experiments in Astrophysics – II
Chair, Hiroyoshi Sakurai (RIKEN, The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall A
9:00-9:10 Oxygen Formation in Stellar Helium Burning [the 12c(a,g) Reaction]: a Critical Review of the Current Status and Prospects for Future Measurements
Moshe Gai (University of Connecticut, USA)
9:10-9:25 DIRECT MEASUREMENT OF 12C+4He FUSION CROSS SECTION DOWN TO Ecm = 1 MeV AND PROSPECTS
Kenshi Sagara (Kyushu University & Nakatsu Driving School, Japan)
9:25-9:35 alpha-capture reaction rates via sub-Coulomb alpha-transfer
Grigory Rogachev and Heshani Jayatissa (Texas A&M University, USA)
9:35-9:50 Three-body model calculation of 9Be formation rate and application to supernova nucleosynthesis
Souichi Ishikawa (Hosei University, Japan)
9:50-10:00 THE FIRST MEASUREMET OF CROSS SECTION FOR THE 7Be(n,α)4He REACTION AT THE COSMOLOGICAL ENERGY
Takahiro Kawabata, Tatsuya Furuno and Masaya Ichikawa (Kyoto University, Japan); Naohito Iwasa (Tohoku Unviersity, Japan); Yoshiko Kanada-En’yo and Ami Koshikawa (Kyoto University, Japan); Shigeru Kubono (RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan); Eisuke Miyawaki, Takahiro Morimoto, Motoki Murata and Takuya Nanamura (Kyoto University, Japan); Shunji Nishimura (RIKEN, Japan); Yuki Shikata, You Takahashi, Tomoya Takeda, Miho Tsumura and Ken Watanabe (Kyoto University, Japan)
10:00-10:10 THREE NEW LOW ENERGY RESONANCES IN THE 22Ne(p,g)23Na REACTION
Francesca Cavanna (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Genova, Italy); Federico Ferraro (Universita degli Studi di Genova & INFN – Sezione di Genova, Italy)
10:10-10:20 Neutrino-Nucleus Interaction Studied with MeV Neutrino Beam at J-PARC
Tatsushi Shima (Osaka University, Japan)
10:20-10:30 Cross section measurement of 14N(p,g)15N using the activation method
Andre Ornelas (University of Debrecen & MTA Atomki, Hungary); György Gyürky (MTA Atomki, Hungary); Gabor Kiss (Riken Nishina Center, Japan); Tamás Szücs, Zoltán Halász and Zsolt Fülöp (MTA Atomki, Hungary)

Parallel B1

Radioactive Nuclei Far From Stability – II
Chair, Hiroari Miyatake (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall B
9:00-9:10 GAMMA STRENGTH FUNCTIONS AND LEVEL DENSITIES FROM 300 MeV PROTON SCATTTERING AT 0°
Peter von Neumann-Cosel (Technische Universitat Darmstadt, Germany)
9:10-9:20 Constraint on nuclear symmetry energy through heavy RI collision experiment by using SPiRIT device at RIBF-SAMURAI
Tadaaki Isobe (RIKEN, Japan)
9:20-9:30 Crustal torsional oscillations and nuclear symmetry energy
Hajime Sotani (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
9:30-9:40 Neutron capture rates of short-lived isotopes relevant for astrophysical processes
Sean Liddick (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA)
9:40-9:50 Nuclear Equation of State Constraints From r-Process Abundance Ratios
Michael Famiano (Western Michigan University, USA); Toshitaka Kajino and Wako Aoki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Takuma Suda (University of Tokyo, Japan)
9:50-10:05 Phase-imaging mass measurements with the Canadian Penning trap mass spectrometer
Rodney Orford (McGill University & Argonne National Laboratory, USA)
10:05-10:15 Mass Measurements of r-Process Nuclei at KISS and SLOWRI
Peter Schury (KEK / IPNS / WNSC, Japan)
10:15-10:25 Evaluation of the 129I half-life value through analyses of primitive meteorites
Olga Pravdivtseva, Alex Meshik and Charles Hohenberg (Washington University, USA)
 

Wednesday, June 22, 10:55 – 12:00

Parallel A2

Supernovae, Gamma-Ray Bursts and Mergers – I
Chair, Shigehiro Nagataki (RIKEN, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall A
10:55-11:05 The Multi-dimensional Nature of Core-Collapse Supernovae
William Hix (Oak Ridge National Laboratory); Eric Lentz (University of Tennessee, USA); Stephen Bruenn (Florida Atlantic University, USA); Anthony Mezzacappa (University of Tennessee, USA); Bronson Messer and Eirik Endeve (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA); John Blondin (North Carolina State University, USA); James Harris (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA); Pedro Marronetti (National Science Foundation, USA); Konstantin Yakunin (University of Tennessee, USA)
11:05-11:20 Core-collapse supernovae explored by multi-D Boltzmann hydrodynamic simulations
Kohsuke Sumiyoshi (Numazu College of Technology, Japan); Hiroki Nagakura (Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Japan); Wakana Iwakami (Waseda University, Japan); Shun Furusawa (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Hideo Matsufuru (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Japan); Akira Imakura (University of Tsukuba, Japan); Shoichi Yamada (Waseda University, Japan)
11:20-11:30 Quasi-periodic gravitational-wave emission due to the SASI motion
Takami Kuroda (University of Basel, Switzerland); Kei Kotake (Fukuoka University, Japan); Tomoya Takiwaki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
11:30-11:40 Study of RSG and SNR Problem via Relic Supernova Neutrino Spectrum
Jun Hidaka (Meisei University, Japan); Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Grant Mathews (University of Notre Dame & Center for Astrophysics, USA)
11:40-11:50 Magic numbers and waiting-point nuclei: Going to extremes with ISOLTRAP mass measurements at the ISOLDE facility
Marco Rosenbusch (University of Greifswald, Germany)
11:50-12:00 Systematic features and progenitor dependence of core-collapse supernovae
Ko Nakamura (Waseda University, Japan); Tomoya Takiwaki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Takami Kuroda (University of Basel, Switzerland); Kei Kotake (Fukuoka University, Japan)

Parallel B2

Nuclear Data and Astrophysics – I
Chair, Naoyuki Itagaki (Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kyoto University, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall B
10:55-11:10 Development on Multi-Turn TOF-SIMS with a femto-second laser for in-situ presolar grain analyses
Kentaro Terada (Osaka University, Japan)
11:10-11:20 The s-process in extremely metal-poor stars as the probe of carbon-enhanced populations
Takuma Suda (University of Tokyo, Japan); Shimako Yamada (Hokkaido University, Japan); Masayuki Fujimoto (Hokkai-Gakuen University, Japan)
11:20-11:35 Low energy nuclear structure modeling: Can it be improved?
Jirina Stone (University of Tennessee & University of Oxford, USA)
11:35-11:50 Probing asymmetric cluster states of astrophysical interest using isoscalar monopole and dipole transitions
Masaaki Kimura (Hokkaido University, Japan)
11:50-12:00 Neutron-proton pairing effects on the Gamow-Teller transitions in 24,26Mg by using the deformed QRPA
Myung-Ki Cheoun and Eunja Ha (Soongsil University, Korea)
 

Wednesday, June 22, 12:00 – 12:20

Special Lecture II

The discovery of super-heavy element of atomic number Z=113 and beyond
Chair, Shigehiro Nagataki (RIKEN, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall A
Speaker: Kosuke Morita, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Kyushu University
 

Thursday, June 23, 09:00 – 10:30

Plenary 10

First Generations of Stars and Galactic Chemo-Dynamical Evolution
Chair, Grant Mathews (University of Notre Dame, USA)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
9:00-9:25 Nucleosynthesis signatures in the first generations of stars and galaxies
Anna Frebel (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
9:25-9:45 Galactic Chemical Evolution: new data, new perspectives
Cristina Chiappini (Leibniz-Institut für Astrophysik, Germany)
9:45-10:00 The intermediate neutron capture process and carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars
Richard Stancliffe (Argelander Institute for Astronomy & University of Bonn, Germany)
10:00-10:15 Exploring the early chemical evolution of the Milky Way with LAMOST and Subaru
Haining Li (National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China); Wako Aoki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Takuma Suda (University of Tokyo, Japan); Gang Zhao (National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China); Satoshi Honda (University of Hyogo, Japan); Norbert Christlieb (Landessternwarte, ZAH, University of Heidelberg, Germany)
10:15-10:30 The Formation and Evolution of Europium
Francesca Matteucci (Trieste University, Italy)
 

Thursday, June 23, 11:00 – 12:15

Plenary 11

Supernovae, Gamma-Ray Bursts and Mergers
Chair, Ken’ichi Nomoto (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
11:00-11:25 Nucleosynthesis in Supernovae, Hypernovae/Gamma Ray Bursts, and Compact Binary Mergers
Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel, Switzerland)
11:25-11:45 Supernovae Simulations with Updated Microphysics
Tomoya Takiwaki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
11:45-12:00 3D Hydro Simulations of Carbon Burning
Raphael Hirschi (Keele University, United Kingdom); David Arnett (Steward Observatory & Steward Observatory, USA); Casey Meakin (University of Arizona, USA); Cyril Georgy (Geneva University, Switzerland); Maxime Viallet (Max-Planck-Institut fur Astrophysik, Germany); Andrea Cristini (Keele University, United Kingdom)
12:00-12:15 Detectability and Uncertainties of the Supernova Relic Neutrino Background
Ken’ichiro Nakazato (Kyushu University, Japan)
 

Thursday, June 23, 13:35 – 14:45

Plenary 12

Neutron Stars and Hadron Physics – I
Chair, Jordi Jose (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
13:35-13:55 Perspectives on the Equation of State in Neutron Stars
James Lattimer (Stony Brook University, USA)
13:55-14:15 Experimental Approaches to Strangeness in Neutron Stars
Hirokazu Tamura (Tohoku University, Japan)
14:15-14:30 Can neutrinos launch jets of short gamma-ray bursts?
Oliver Just (Max Planck Institute for Astrophysics, Germany); Martin Obergaulinger (Universitat de Valencia, Spain); Hans-Thomas Janka (Max-Planck-Institut fur Astrophysik, Garching, Germany); Andreas Bauswein (Heidelberger Institut fur Theoretische Studien, Germany); Stephane Goriely (Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium); Ricard Ardevol-Pulpillo (Max-Planck-Institut fur Astrophysik, Germany)
14:30-14:45 Pinning down the superfluid and nuclear equation of state and measuring neutron star mass using pulsar glitches
Wynn Ho (University of Southampton, United Kingdom); Cristobal Espinoza (Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Chile); Danai Antonopoulou and Nils Andersson (University of Southampton, United Kingdom)
 

Thursday, June 23, 15:15 – 16:15

Plenary 13

Neutron Stars and Hadron Physics – II
Chair, Hendrik Schatz (Michigan State University, USA)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
15:15-15:35 How well do we know the supernova equation of state?
Matthias Hempel (University of Basel, Switzerland)
15:35-15:50 Nuclear Symmetry Energy — From Nuclei to Neutron Stars
William Lynch (Michigan State University & National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA)
15:50-16:05 Microscopic Calculation of Vortex-Nucleus Interaction for Neutron Star Glitches
Kazuyuki Sekizawa, Gabriel Wlaz?owski and Piotr Magierski (Warsaw University of Technology, Poland)
16:05-16:15 THE COSMOLOGICAL LITHIUM PROBLEM AND THE MEASUREMENT OF THE 7Be(n,alpha) REACTION at n_TOF-CERN
Agatino Musumarra (University of Catania and INFN-LNS, Italy); Massimo Barbagallo (INFN-Bari, Italy)
 

Thursday, June 23, 16:15 – 17:25

Poster Session II

Room: 2F 201
Abundance of Weak r-process Elements of Metal-Poor Stars ~Universality or Diversity?~
Misa Aoki and Yuhri Ishimaru (International Christian University, Japan); Wako Aoki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Shinya Wanajo (Sophia University, Japan)
Structure and decay pattern of linear chain states in neutron-rich Carbon isotopes
Tomoyuki Baba and Masaaki Kimura (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Isospin Mixing Reveals 30P(p,gamma)31S Resonance Influencing Nova Nucleosynthesis
Michael Bennett (Michigan State University); Christopher Wrede and Alex Brown (Michigan State University, USA); Sean Liddick and David Pérez-Loureiro (Michigan State University); Dan Bardayan (University of Notre Dame, USA); Alan Chen (McMaster University, Canada); Kelly Chipps (Oak Ridge National Laboratory); Cathleen Fry, Brent Glassman and Christof Langer (Michigan State University); Nicole Larson (Michigan State University, USA); Zach Meisel and Wei Jia Ong (Michigan State University); Partick O’Malley (Rutgers University, USA); Elaine McNeice (McMaster University, Canada); Steven Pain (Oak Ridge National Laboratory); Christopher Prokop (Michigan State University, USA); Hendrik Schatz and Sarah Schwartz (Michigan State University); Scott Suchyta (Michigan State University, USA); Paul Thompson (University of Tennessee); Michael Walters (McMaster University, Canada); Xinyi Xu (Xi’an Jiaotong University, P.R. China)
Astrophysical Neutrinos And Flavor Evolution With Self Interactions
Taygun Bulmus (Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey); Yamac Pehlivan (Mimar Sinan Fine Arst University, Turkey)
nuclear astrophysics at lnl: the 10B(p,α)7Be reaction studied with activation technique
Antonio Caciolli (University and INFN of Padua, Italy)
STUDY OF α-CLUSTER STRUCTURE IN 22Mg
Soomi Cha (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea)
Periodic signals tracking algorithm for isochronous mass spectrometry implemented in graphic processing units
Rui jiu Chen (Institute of Morden Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China)
Neutrino interactions with matter by a new neutrino source from the Isotope radioactive decay produced by the proton accelerator
Myung-Ki Cheoun (Soongsil University, Korea)
Extragalactic chemical evolution of massive galaxies
Janet Colucci (Carnegie Observatories, USA)
NUCLEOSYNTHESIS IN 2D CORE-COLLAPSE SUPERNOVA SIMULATIONS OF 11.2 AND 17.0 M⊙ PROGENITORS
Marius Eichler (University of Basel, Switzerland); Ko Nakamura (Waseda University, Japan); Tomoya Takiwaki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Takami Kuroda (University of Basel, Switzerland); Kei Kotake (Fukuoka University, Japan); Matthias Hempel, Ruben Cabezon, Matthias Liebendörfer and Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel, Switzerland)
The 3α process studied through pair conversion transitions from the Hoyle state in 12C
Tomas Eriksen, Tibor Kibédi, Matthew Reed, Andrew Stuchbery and Aqeel Akber (The Australian National University, Australia); Lee Evitts (TRIUMF, Canada); Sankha Hota, Greg Lane, Alan John Mitchell, Thomas Palazzo, Tamas Tornyi and Mitchell de Vries (The Australian National University, Australia)
Nucleosynthesis in Neutrino-driven Winds in Hypernovae
Sho Fujibayashi (Kyoto University, Japan)
Nucleosynthesis in asymmetric, core-collapse supernovae of massive stars
Shin-ichiro Fujimoto (National Institute of Technology, Kumamoto College, Japan)
DETERMINATION OF THE 8B(p,γ)9C REACTION RATE THROUGH DIRECT NUCLEAR REACTION THEORIES
Tokuro Fukui (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan); Kazuyuki Ogata and Kosho Minomo (Osaka University, Japan); Masanobu Yahiro (Kyushu University, Japan)
E. Cartan’s Supersymmetric Universe and our Detectors
Sadataka Furui (Teikyo University, Utsunomiya & Teikyo University, Japan)
Carbon12 production and the rotational excitation of the Hoyle state
Ruchi Garg (University of York, United Kingdom); Irene Alonso (Instituto Estructura de la Materia, CSIC, Madrid, Spain); Charles Barton (University of York, United Kingdom); Sandrine Courtin (University of Strasbourg & IPHC and USIAS, France); Christian Diget (University of York, United Kingdom); Guillaume Fruet (Institut Pluridisciplinaire Hubert Curien, Strasbourg, France); Hans Fynbo (Aarhus University, Denmark); Alan Howard (University of Aarhus, Denmark); Andres Illana Sison (IKS, Leuven, Belgium); David Jenkins (University of York, United Kingdom); Oliver Kirsebom, Sølund (Aarhus University, Denmark); Morten Lund (University of Aarhus, Denmark); Iain Moore (University of Jyväskylä, Finland); Jonas Refsgaard (University of Aarhus, Denmark); Joscelin Riley (University of York, United Kingdom); Sami Rinta-Antila (University of Jyväskylä, Finland); Laura Sinclair (University of York, United Kingdom); Olof Tengblad (Instituto Estructura de la Materia, CSIC, Madrid, Spain)
Nuclear reaction studies for the νp-process
Panagiotis Gastis and Georgios Perdikakis (Central Michigan University, USA)
Deformed Structure in N=50 Nuclei Within Self-Consistent Mean Field Model
Surja Kiran Ghorui (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P.R. China)
Mixing of Ni-56 in Multidimensional Pair-Instability Supernova Simulations
Matthew Gilmer (North Carolina State University, USA); Alexandra Kozyreva and Raphael Hirschi (Keele University, United Kingdom); Carla Frohlich (North Carolina State University, USA)
r-process nucleosynthesis with a microscopic description of the fission process
Samuel A. Giuliani (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany); Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Luis Robledo (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain)
Trojan horse method for the oxygen-burning process reactions
Seiya Hayakawa (University of Tokyo, Japan); Claudio Spitaleri (University of Catania & INFN-LNS, Italy); Nassurlla Burtebayev (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Almaty, Kazakhstan); Azamat Aimaganbetov (Institute of Nuclear Physics and Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan); Sergey Artemov (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Uzbekistan); Pierpaolo Figuera and Maria Fisichella (INFN-LNS, Italy); Giovanni Luca Guardo (INFN – Laboratori Nazionali del Sud, Italy); S. Igamov (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Uzbekistan); Iolanda Indelicato (INFN-LNS, Italy); Gabor Kiss (Riken Nishina Center, Japan); Marco La Cognata (INFN – LNS, Italy); Livio Lamia (Università di Catania & INFN-LNS, Italy); Marcello Lattuada (University of Catania and INFN-LNS, Italy); Marzhan Nassurlla (Institute of Nucleaar Physics, Kazakhstan); Eryk Piasecki (Heavy Ion Laboratory, Poland); Giuseppe Rapisarda (INFN-LNS, Italy); Stefano Romano (University of Catania and INFN-LNS, Italy); Stanislaw Sakuta (Kurchatov Institute, Russia); Agnieszka Trzcinska (Heavy Ion Laboratory, Poland); Aurora Tumino (Kore University of Enna and INFN-LNS, Italy); Anarbay Urkinbayev and Timur Zholdybayev (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kazakhstan)
New method to measure M1 strength using photonucelar reactions with linear polarized gamma-ray beam
Takehito Hayakawa (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Japan)
Neutron capture reaction on Cd-112 to study of the s-process origin of Sn-115
Takehito Hayakawa (National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Japan)
How to make a supernova associated with a Gamma-Ray Burst in the collapsar model ?
Tomoyasu Hayakawa (Kyoto University, Japan); Keiich Maeda (Kyoto Univ, Japan)
Hadron-quark phase transition in hybrid stars and first insights for generating a new supernova EOS
Oliver Heinimann, Matthias Hempel and Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel, Switzerland)
Nuclear collective excitation modes within finite-amplitude method
Nobuo Hinohara (Center for Computational Sciences, University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan)
Chemo-dynamical evolution of r-process elements in the Local Group galaxies
Yutaka Hirai (The University of Tokyo, Japan); Yuhri Ishimaru (International Christian University, Japan); Takayuki Saitoh (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan); Michiko Fujii (The University of Tokyo, Japan); Jun Hidaka (Meisei University, Japan); Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
Lithium abundances of solar-type superflare stars
Satoshi Honda (University of Hyogo, Japan)
Measurement of the 23Na(α,p)26Mg Reaction and its Astrophysical Reaction Rate
Nicolas Hubbard (Aarhus University & University of York, Denmark); Alan Howard, Michael Munch, Hans Fynbo, Oliver Kirsebom, Sølund and Kasper Laursen (Aarhus University, Denmark); Christian Diget, Simon Fox, Alison Laird and Jessica Tomlinson (University of York, United Kingdom); Marco Pignatari (University of Hull, United Kingdom)
Magnetic Moment of 75mCu and collectivity around 78Ni
Yuichi Ichikawa (RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan)
Constraints from supernovae and gamma-ray bursts on the variable dark energy density model
Ryotaro Ichimasa and Ann Thushari (University of Kyushu, Japan); Masa-aki Hashimoto (Kyushu, Japan)
Enrichment of r-process elements by neutron star mergers through the sub-halo clustering
Yuhri Ishimaru (International Christian University, Japan); Shinya Wanajo (Sophia University, Japan); Nikos Prantzos (Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris, France)
Observational Constraints on the Surface Gravitational Redshift of a Neutron Star
Masachika Iwai and Tadayasu Dotani (ISAS/JAXA, Japan); Masanobu Ozaki (Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan); Yoshitomo Maeda (ISAS/JAXA, Japan); Hideyuki Mori (NASA/GSFC, Japan); Shigetaka Saji (Nagoya University, Japan)
Equation of state for neutron star matter with NJL model and Dirac-Brueckner-Hartree-Fock approximation
T Kambe (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)
Experimental Study on Symmetry Energy of Nuclear Matter with SπRIT-TPC
Masanori Kaneko (Kyoto University, Japan)
Density functional calculations for the neutron star matter at subnormal density
Yu Kashiwaba (University of Tsukuba, Japan); Takashi Nakatsukasa (University of Tsukuba & RIKEN, Japan)
Theoretical photo-disintegration of 16O
Masahiko Katsuma (Osaka City University, Japan)
Towards an experimental determination of the transition strength between the ground states of 20F and 20Ne
Oliver Kirsebom, Sølund (Aarhus University, Denmark); David Jenkins (University of York, United Kingdom); Rauno Julin and Wladek Trzaska (University of Jyväskylä, Finland); Tibor Kibédi (The Australian National University, Australia)
14N(n, p)14C CROSS SECTION MEASUREMENT FOR COLD NEUTRON BEAM AT J-PARC
Ryunosuke Kitahara (Kyoto University, Japan)
Pairing correlation effects on width of quasi-particle resonance in neutron drip-line nuclei
Yoshihiko Kobayashi (Niigata University, Japan)
The Galactic chemical evolution of r-process elements by neutron star mergers
Yutaka Komiya and Toshikazu Shigeyama (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Preliminary results of SPiRIT-TPC experiment at RIBF-SAMURAI
Mizuki Kurata-Nishimura (RIKEN & RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-Based Science, Japan)
Effects of the f(R) and f(G) gravities and the exotic particle on primordial nucleosynthesis
Motohiko Kusakabe (University of Notre Dame, USA); Seoktae Koh (Jeju National University, Korea); Kyungsik Kim (Korea Aerospace University, Korea); Myung-Ki Cheoun (Soongsil University, Korea); Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Grant Mathews (University of Notre Dame & Center for Astrophysics, USA)
Analysis of 23Mg levels for the astrophysical 22Na(𝑝,𝛾)23Mg reaction
Minsik Kwag and Kyungyuk Chae (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea); Tony Ahn (University of Tennessee, USA); Dan Bardayan (University of Notre Dame, USA); Soomi Cha (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea); Kelly Chipps (Colorado School of Mines, USA); Jolie Cizewski and Meredith Howard (Rutgers University, USA); Aram Kim (Ewha Womans University, Korea); Raymond Kozub (Tennessee Technological University, USA); Brett Manning (Rutgers University, USA); Milan Matos (Louisiana State University, USA); Partick O’Malley (Rutgers University, USA); Steven Pain (ORNL, USA); William Peters (Oak Ridge Associated Universities, USA); Stephen Pittman (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA); Andrew Ratkiewicz (LLNL, USA); Michael Smith (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA); Sabrina Y. Strauss (Rutgers University, USA)
Multi-dimensional structure of crystalline chiral condensates in quark matter
Tong-Gyu Lee (Kyoto University, Japan)
nucleosynthesis of iron-peak elements in Type-Ia supernovae
Shing Chi Leung (Kavli IPMU & The University of Tokyo, Japan); Ken’ichi Nomoto (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Thermal transport of the solar captured dark matter and its implication
Yen-Hsun Lin (National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
Stellar Origins of 13C- and 15N-enriched Presolar SiC Grains
Nan Liu, Larry Nittler, Conel Alexander and Jianhua Wang (Carnegie Institution of Washington, USA); Marco Pignatari (University of Hull, United Kingdom); Jordi Jose (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain); Ann Nguyen (Jacobs, NASA JSC, USA)
X-ray Burst Oscillations: From Flame Spreading To The Cooling Wake
Simin Mahmoodifar (NASA/GSFC-USRA, USA); Tod Strohmayer (NASA/GSFC, USA)
Beta-delayed neutron emission in neutron-rich nuclei
Tomislav Marketin (University of Zagreb, Croatia); Andre Sieverding (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Nils Paar (University of Zagreb & Faculty of Science, Croatia); Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany)
PIion Production from Prton Synchrotron Radiation oin Stong Magnetic Fields
Tomoyuki Maruyama (Nihon University, Japan)
Carbon-enhanced metal-poor stars as a constraint on the lithium depletion mechanism
Tadafumi Matsuno (Sokendai (the Graduate University for Advanced Studies) & National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Wako Aoki (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan); Takuma Suda (University of Tokyo, Japan); Haining Li (National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China)
The rare earth peak and the astrophysical location of the r process
Matthew Mumpower (Los Alamos National Lab, USA); Gail McLaughlin (North Carolina State University, USA); Rebecca Surman (University of Notre Dame, USA); Andrew W. Steiner (University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA)
Independent measurement of the Hoyle state β feeding from 12B using Gammasphere
Michael Munch (Aarhus University, Denmark)
The measurement of 4He photodisintegration with MAIKo active target
Motoki Murata (Kyoto University, Japan); Satoshi Adachi (RCNP, Japan); Hidetoshi Akimune (Konan University, Japan); Tatsuya Furuno, Takahiro Kawabata and Miho Tsumura (Kyoto University, Japan)
Kaon Condensation in Hyperonic Matter and Equation of State
Takumi Muto (Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan); Toshiki Maruyama (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan); Toshitaka Tatsumi (Kyoto Univerisity, Japan)
Production of Li and B in inhomogeneous Big-Bang Nucleosynthesis
Riou Nakamura (Kurume Institute of Technology, Japan); Masa-aki Hashimoto (Kyushu, Japan)
Impacts of nuclear-physics uncertainty in stellar temperatures on the s-process nucleosynthesis
Nobuya Nishimura (Keele University, United Kingdom); Gabriele Cescutti (University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom); Raphael Hirschi (Keele University, United Kingdom); Thomas Rauscher (University of Basel, Switzerland); Jacqueline Hartogh (Keele University, United Kingdom); Alexander Murphy (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
Impacts of theoretical β-decay rates on the production of r-process peaks
Nobuya Nishimura (Keele University, United Kingdom); Zsolt Podolyák (University of Surrey, United Kingdom); Dong-Liang Fang (Jilin University, P.R. China); Toshio Suzuki (Nihon University, Japan)
Neutron star cooling with various superfluid and superconducting states
Tsuneo Noda (Kurume Institute of Technology, Japan); Masa-aki Hashimoto (Kyushu, Japan); Yasuhide Matsuo (Kyushu University, Japan); Nobutoshi Yasutake (Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan); Toshiki Maruyama (Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Japan); Toshitaka Tatsumi (Kyoto Univerisity, Japan)
Giant Dipole Resonance Analysis Based on the Finite Amplitude Method
Tomohiro Oishi (University of Helsinki & University of Jyvaskyla, Finland); Markus Kortelainen (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland); Nobuo Hinohara (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
Stochastic Chemical Evolution of Sub-Halos and the Origin of r-Process Elements
Takuya Ojima and Yuhri Ishimaru (International Christian University, Japan)
Determination of the Urca Cooling Strength of A = 61 Material in Neutron Star Crusts
Wei Jia Ong (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA); Hendrik Schatz and Artemis Spyrou (Michigan State University & National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, USA)
Determination of the Maxwellian-averaged cross section of 35Cl(n,γ)
Stefan Pavetich (Australian National University, Australia); Shavkat Akhmadaliev (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany); Iris Dillmann (TRIUMF, Vancouver, Canada); Keith Fifield (Australian National University, Australia); Shlomi Halfon (Soreq Nuclear Research Center, Yavne, Israel); Tanja Heftrich (Institute of Applied Physics, Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany); Franz Käppeler (Institut für Kernphysik, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany); Claudia Lederer (School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, United Kingdom); Martin Martschini (Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria); Silke Merchel (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany); Michael Paul (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel); Rene Reifarth (Institute of Applied Physics, Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany); Georg Rugel (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany); Peter Steier (University of Vienna, Austria); Moshe Tessler (Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel); Stephen Tims and Anton Wallner (Australian National University, Australia); Mario Weigand (Institute of Applied Physics, Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main, Germany); Leo Weissman (Soreq NRC, Israel)
A possible astrophysical site of the r-process and the age of some neutron-rich nuclides
Goetz Roller (Institute for Nuclear Planetology, Geo- and Cosmochronometry, Germany)
New Observational Limits to Dark Radiation in Brane Cosmology
Nishanth Sasankan (Center for Astrophysics at University of Notre Dame & University of Notre Dame, USA); Grant Mathews (University of Notre Dame & Center for Astrophysics, USA)
The critical mass ratio of violent merger-induced SNe Ia
Yushi Sato (The University of Tokyo, Japan); Naohito Nakasato (University of Aizu, Japan); Ataru Tanikawa (The University of Tokyo, Japan); Ken’ichi Nomoto (University of Tokyo, Japan); Keiich Maeda (Kyoto Univ, Japan); Izumi Hachisu (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
Experimental studies of nuclear physics input for gamma-process nucleosynthesis
Philipp Scholz (Institute for Nuclear Physics, University of Cologne, Germany); Felix Heim (University of Cologne, Germany); Jan Mayer (Institute for Nuclear Physics, University of Cologne, Germany); Lars Netterdon and Andreas Zilges (University of Cologne, Germany)
Photoabsorption of few-nucleon systems with time-dependent correlated Gaussian method
Rie Sekine and W. Horiuchi (Hokkaido University, Japan)
long duration X-ray bursts observed by MAXI
Motoko Serino, Wataru Iwakiri and Toru Tamagawa (RIKEN, Japan); Takanori Sakamoto (Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan); Satoshi Nakahira (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan); Masaru Matsuoka (RIKEN, Japan); Kazutaka Yamaoka (Nagoya University, Japan); Hitoshi Negoro (Nihon University, Japan)
1.5D GRMHD Simulation of Core-Collapse Supernova
Shota Shibagaki (the University of Tokyo, Japan); Tomoya Takiwaki and Toshitaka Kajino (National Astronomical Observatory of Japan, Japan)
Pushing Core-Collapse Supernovae to Explosions in Spherical Symmetry: Nucleosynthesis Yields
Sanjana Sinha and Carla Frohlich (North Carolina State University, USA); Kevin Ebinger (University of Basel, Switzerland); Albino Perego (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Matthias Hempel, Marius Eichler, Matthias Liebendörfer and Friedrich-Karl Thielemann (University of Basel, Switzerland)
Reporting New Evidence of Gravitons
Paul Smith (Western Sydney VNS, Australia)
Neutron Lifetime Measurement at J-PARC
Naoyuki Sumi (Kyushu University, Japan)
Electron-capture and beta-decay rates for sd-shell nuclei in stellar environments
Toshio Suzuki (Nihon University, Japan); Hiroshi Toki (RCNP, Japan); Ken’ichi Nomoto (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Application of the Ghosh & Lamb Relation to the Spin-up/down Behavior in the X-ray Binary Pulsar 4U 1626-67
Toshihiro Takagi, Tatehiro Mihara and Mutsumi Sugizaki (RIKEN, Japan); Kazuo Makishima (RIKEN & Global Research Cluster, MAXI team, Japan); Mikio Morii (Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Japan)
Measurements of radiative capture cross sections at Big Bang energies
Masaomi Tanaka, Mitsunori Fukuda, Yutaro Tanaka, Du Hang, Kosuke Ohnishi, Takanobu Sugihara, Kensaku Matsuta, Mototsugu Mihara, Shuichi Iwakiri, Shohei Kambayashi, Shota Kunimatsu, Hikaru Sakakibara and Shintaro Yamaoka (Osaka University, Japan)
Establishment of Imaging Nuclear Spectroscopy for Astronomy with Electron-Tracking Compton Camera
Toru Tanimori, Yoshitaka Mizumura and Atsushi Takada (Kyoto University, Japan)
THE 13C NEUTRON SOURCE FOR THE s-PROCESS IN LOW-MASS AGB STARS
Oscar Trippella (University of Perugia and INFN, Italy); Maurizio Busso (University of Perugia – INFN sez. di Perugia, Italy); Sara Palmerini (University of Perugia & INFN sez. di Perugia, Italy); Marco La Cognata (INFN – LNS, Italy)
Search for the rare gamma-decay mode in 12C
Miho Tsumura and Takahiro Kawabata (Kyoto University, Japan); Satoshi Adachi (Kyoto University); Ami Koshikawa, Tatsuya Furuno, Motoki Murata and Takahiro Morimoto (Kyoto University, Japan); Atsushi Tamii (Osaka University, Japan); Takashi Hashimoto, Kichiji Hatanaka, Yohei Matsuda, Kenjiro Miki, Chihiro Iwamoto, Takeshi Itoh and Masaki Miura (RCNP, Japan); Juzo Zenihiro (RIKEN, Japan); Shigeru Kubono (RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan); Masatoshi Itoh (CYRIC, Japan); Yukie Maeda (Miyazaki University, Japan); Satoshi Sakaguchi (Kyushu University, Japan); Hidetoshi Akimune (Konan University, Japan); Hisako Fujimura (Wakayama Medical University, Japan); Iwa Ou (Okayama University, Japan)
A progenitor model of SN1987A – Spiral-in merger including rotational effects –
Takaki Urushibata (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
IMPACT OF THE BETA DELAYED NEUTRON EMISSION PROBABILITIES AROUND A=100-125 ON THE R-PROCESS AND THE BRIKEN PROJECT
Phong Vi (VNU University of Science, Hanoi & RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan); Giuseppe Lorusso (National Physical Laboratory, Middlesex, United Kingdom); Shunji Nishimura (RIKEN, Japan); Alejandro Algora (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular, Spain)
Production of radioactive nuclei relevant to r-process by multinucleon transfer reaction for KISS
Yutaka Watanabe and Yoshikazu Hirayama (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Japan); Hyo Soon Jung (Chung-Ang University, Korea); Hiroari Miyatake (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Japan); Peter Schury (KEK / IPNS / WNSC, Japan); Michiharu Wada, Yutaka Kakiguchi and Michihiro Oyaizu (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Japan); Sota Kimura and Momo Mukai (University of Tsukuba, Japan); Hironobu Ishiyama and Sun-Chan Jeong (Institute for Basic Science, Korea)
r-process nucleosynthesis in the dynamical ejecta of neutron star mergers
Meng-Ru Wu (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Karlheinz Langanke (GSI Helmholtz Zentrum Darmstadt, Germany); Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany); Joel Mendoza-Temis (Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares and Centro de Ciencias de la Complejidad UNAM, Mexico); Andreas Bauswein (Heidelberger Institut fur Theoretische Studien, Germany); Hans-Thomas Janka (Max-Planck-Institut fur Astrophysik, Garching, Germany); Jennifer Barnes and Daniel Kasen (UC Berkeley, USA)
A Blind Search for Prompt Gamma-ray Counterparts of Fast Radio Bursts
Shotaro Yamasaki, Tomonori Totani and Norita Kawanaka (University of Tokyo, Japan)
INDIRECT METHODS AND ANCs FOR NUCLEAR ASTROPHYSICS
Rakhim Yarmukhamedov (Institute of Nuclear Physics Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan, Uzbekistan)
Cooling of magnetars with exotic matter
Nobutoshi Yasutake (Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan); Kotaro Fujisawa (Waseda University, Japan); Kei Kotake (Fukuoka University, Japan); Toshikazu Shigeyama (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Explosive nucleosynthesis of ultra-stripped Type Ic supernovae
Takashi Yoshida (University of Tokyo, Japan); Yudai Suwa (Kyoto University, Japan); Umeda Hideyuki and Koh Takahashi (University of Tokyo, Japan); Masaru Shibata (Kyoto University, Japan)
Quark origin of the strong magnetic field in compact stars
Ryo Yoshiike (Kyoto University, Japan)
Scattered X-ray photons due to axisymmetric shock breakout in a circumstellar medium
Ohtani Yukari (University of Tokyo, Japan); Akihiro Suzuki (Kyoto University, Japan); Toshikazu Shigeyama (University of Tokyo, Japan)
 

Friday, June 24, 09:00 – 10:20

Plenary 14

Nuclear Data and Astrophysics – II
Chair, Isao Tanihata (BeiHang University / RCNP, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
9:00-9:25 Nuclear input for explosive nucleosynthesis
Gabriel Martínez-Pinedo (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany)
9:25-9:45 Nuclear Responses studied by proton inelastic scattering and the Nuclear Matter Equation of State
Atsushi Tamii (Osaka University, Japan)
9:45-10:05 Nuclear structure studies of neutron-rich nuclei and implication in astrophysics
Olivier Sorlin (GANIL, France)
10:05-10:20 Beta decay studies of proton rich nuclei, an essential ingredient for rp-process calculations
Berta Rubio (IFIC, CSIC and University of Valencia); Sonja Orrigo (IFIC, CSIC and University of Valencia, Spain); Yoshitake Fujita and Hiroshi Fujita (RCNP, University of Osaka, Japan); William Gelletly (University of Surrey, United Kingdom); Francisco Molina (Comision Chilena de Energia Nuclear, Chile); Pablo Aguilera (CCHEN, Chile); Bertram Blank (CEN, Bordeaux-Gradignan, France)
 

Friday, June 24, 10:50 – 12:30

Plenary 15

Meteoritic Abundances, Interstellar Gas and Dust Astronomy
Chair, Hisayoshi Yurimoto (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
10:50-10:55 Memorial talk for Zinner (Jose)
10:55-11:20 Meteoritic stardust and the presolar history of the solar neighborhood
Larry Nittler (Carnegie Institution of Washington, USA)
11:20-11:40 Nucleosynthetic isotope variations in solar system materials
Maria Schonbachler (ETH Zurich, Switzerland)
11:40-12:00 Nucleosynthetic signatures in presolar SiC and graphite grains
Sachiko Amari (Washington University, USA)
12:00-12:15 The link between the Local Bubble and radioisotopic signatures on Earth
Jenny Feige and Dieter Breitschwerdt (Berlin Institute of Technology, Germany); Anton Wallner (Australian National University, Australia); Michael Schulreich (Berlin Institute of Technology, Germany); Christian Dettbarn (Heidelberg University, Germany); Keith Fifield (Australian National University, Australia); Burkhard Fuchs (Heidelberg University, Germany); Silke Merchel and Georg Rugel (Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Germany); Peter Steier (University of Vienna, Austria); Stephen Tims (Australian National University, Australia); Stephan Winkler and Robin Golser (University of Vienna, Austria)
12:15-12:30 Stellar MHD and nuclear physics coupled together solve the puzzle of oxide grain composition
Sara Palmerini (University of Perugia & INFN sez. di Perugia, Italy); Maurizio Busso (University of Perugia – INFN sez. di Perugia, Italy); Marco La Cognata and Maria Letizia Sergi (INFN – LNS, Italy); Oscar Trippella (University of Perugia and INFN, Italy); Azzurra Zucchini (University of Perugia – INFN sez. di Perugia, Italy)
 

Friday, June 24, 14:00 – 15:30

Plenary 16

X- and γ-Ray Astronomy and Cosmic Ray Astrophysics
Chair, Akif Balantekin (University of Wisconsin, USA)
Room: 2F Snow Hall
14:00-14:25 Advances in X- and gamma-ray studies of supernova remnants
John Hughes (Rutgers University, USA)
14:25-14:40 Radiation Hydrodynamical Models for Type-I Superluminous Supernovae
Ken’ichi Nomoto (University of Tokyo, Japan)
14:40-14:55 Soft Gamma-ray Observation of SN2014J with Suzaku
Yukikatsu Terada (Saitama University, Japan); Keiich Maeda (Kyoto Univ, Japan); Yasushi Fukazawa (Hiroshima University, Japan); Aya Bamba (Aoyama Gakuin Univ, Japan); Yoshihiro Ueda (Kyoto University, Japan); Satoru Katsuda (ISAS/JAXA, Japan); Teruaki Enoto (Kyoto University, Japan); Tadayuki Takahashi (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan); Toru Tamagawa (RIKEN, Japan); Friedrich Ropke (Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies, Germany); Alexander Summa (Max-Planck-Institut fur Astrophysik, Germany); Roland Diehl (Max-Planck-Institut fur Extraterrestrische Physik, Germany)
14:55-15:10 Nucleosynthesis of 26Al in massive stars: new 27Al states above alpha and neutron emission thresholds
Nicolas de Sereville (Institut de Physique Nucleaire d’ Orsay, France)
15:10-15:30 Cosmic Gamma-ray Lines
Roland Diehl (Max-Planck-Institut fur Extraterrestrische Physik, Germany)
 

Friday, June 24, 15:30 – 15:45

NIC-XIV Closing Session

Shunji Nishimura (RIKEN, Japan)
Room: 2F Snow Hall