3-4 September 2020
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Europe/Zagreb timezone

Scientific Programme

DRAFT PROGRAMME
All times are Split (CEST, e.g. Paris) time

Thursday 3rd September

Morning:
8h30: zoom room opens
ChETEC Action overview and status [including first part of MC meeting]
9h Welcome and agenda overview (Raphael Hirschi, Action chair)
9h15-9h30: Action overview and status (Raphael Hirschi)

~09h30 STSM update (Igor Gasparic, STSM coordinator)
~09h40 grant holder update (Mafalda Basto, FCiencias)
~09h50 COST update (Mafalda Quintas)
~10h00 ITC/ECI update (Raphael on behalf of sevdalina Dimitrova, Pan-European coordinator)

~10h10 Coffee break

Tools, techniques, knowledge exchange and innovation (WG4) session
10h30-10h45: Daniel Bemmerer (HZDR): WG4 status, update, and way forward
10h45-11h15: Uta Bilow (TU Dresden): Particle physics outreach in Netzwerk Teilchenwelt (Germany) as a possible blueprint for nuclear astrophysics outreach
11h15-11h45: Konrad Schmidt (HZDR): WG4 Knowledge Hubs on ChETEC website
11h45-12h15: Science and Journalism: a non-naive view (Dr Michele Catanzaro)
12h15-13h00: General discussion

13h-14h lunch break

Afternoon:

Astronomical observations and interpretation (WG3) session
14h- about 16h
14.00-14.10 Camilla J. Hansen - WG3 - a short update
14.10-14.25 Arunas Kucinskas - Future observations, Be, and 1.5/3D/NLTE
14.25-14.45 Tim Beers - RPA
14.45-15.00 Andreas Korn - Stellar archaeology in the Gaia era
15.00-15.20 Gabriele Cescutti - MINCE
15.20-15.40 Moritz Reichert - Dwarf galaxies
15.40-16.00 Jaroslav Merc - Symbiotic binaries
(Further questions)
~16h: coffee break

Dissemination session
17h00: Overview (Jordi Jose, dissemination coordinator)
17h10: Booklet/Brochure (Andreas Korn)
17h20: eBook (Raphael Hirschi)
17h30: Infographs (Zsolt Fulop)
17h40: Videos (Jordi Jose)
17h50: Wikipedia (Roland Diehl)

Friday 4th September

Morning

8h30: zoom room opens

Modelling pipelines connecting nuclear processes to astronomical observables (WG2) session
09.00-09.05 Jacqueline den Hartogh - WG2 - a short update
09.05-09.25 Anu Kankainen - Nuclear reactions affecting the Al26 abundance in the Galaxy
09.25-09.40 Benjamin Wehmeyer - Galactic chemical evolution of r-process elements
09.40-09.55 Zhivko Stoyanov - Analytical determination of the equation of state of magnetar outer crust
09.55-10.10 Etienne Kaiser - Ledoux or Schwarzschild, does it matter?
10.10-10.25 Laura Scott - Convective core entrainment in 1D main sequence stellar models
10.25-10.40 Borbala Cseh - Comparison of individual Barium star observations and AGB nucleosynthesis models
10.40-11.00 Umberto Battino - p-process Nucleosynthesis in Type Ia supernovae: the role of the progenitor

~11h00: coffee break

11h30 "zoom" group picture

Planning for period 4 and beyond [including second part of MC meeting]
11h30: Period 4 planning (Raphael Hirschi)
11h50: Wisdom from synergy agents (Roland Diehl and Friedel Thielemann)
12h00: IReNA network of networks (Hendrik Schatz, MSU, IReNA PI)
12h10: General discussion

13h-14h lunch break

Afternoon

Nuclear data for astrophysics: needs, coordination and dissemination (WG1) session

14:00-14:15 A. Guglielmetti: “WG1: achievements and perspectives”
14:15-14:35 R. Depalo “Study of the 22Ne(p,gamma)23Na reaction at the energies of type Ia supernovae”
14:35-14:55 G. Gyurky and G. F. Ciani “Astrophysically important reactions on carbon isotopes: target characterizations and cross section measurements”
14:55-15:15 D. Fahlin Stromberg “Impact of forbidden electron captures in intermediate mass stars”
15:15-15:45 P. Adsley and U. Battino “Re-evaluating the 22Ne+alpha reaction rates”
~16h00: coffee break

Gender in Science and in Nuclear Astrophysics 16:30-18:30
Chairpersons: Daniel Bemmerer and Andreas Korn

16:30-17:00 Introduction by Prof. Sherry Yennello (Director of the Cyclotron Institute, Texas A&M University, USA)
17:00-17:30 The Gender Gap in Science project, presented by Prof. Marie-Francoise Roy (Institut de recherche mathématique de Rennes, France)
17:30-17:45 Q&A
17:45-17:55 Report by Maria Lugaro on ChETEC gender statistics and logistic of the calendar on "Women scientists who made nuclear astrophysics"
17:55-18:15 Presentation of the calendar by Christine Hampton
18:15-18:30 Q&A