A detailed programme will be made available soon.
The school is organized in three days, with morning sessions and afternoon activities.
Morning sessions are dedicated to lectures and training lectures, in preparation of the afternoon activities. Confirmed speakers are:
- Falk Herwig (UVIC, Canada) – Stars in computational laboratories: stellar simulations
- Chris Fryer (LANL, USA) – Stellar explosions in computational laboratories: SN simulations
- Raphael Hirschi (Keele, UK) – stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis components for GCE.
- Brad Gibson (Milne, Hull) – GCE, from Tinsley to modern cosmological simulations.
- Benoit Cote (Konkoly, Budapest) – From stellar yields to GCE, NuPyCEE
- Alison Laird (York, UK) – From nuclear physics experiments to reaction rates for stars.
- Ondrea Clarkson (UVIC, Canada) – Nucleosynthesis for nuclear astrophysics.
- Rene Reifarth (Frankfurt University, Germany) – Nuclear experiments and theory, fun and facts to bring home.
The afternoon activities will be in a computer room, where attendees will engage directly on a number of computational experiments, that we can divide in three main blocks:
- Data science with Nugrid Set1 data stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis:
- Galactic Chemical evolution with NuPyCEE
- Single-zone nucleosynthesis simulations for different stellar sites: how to do a nuclear astrophysics impact study