JINA Nuclear Astrophysics Lunch Research Discussion
Fall 2004 Program

Takes place every other Monday from 12:30-1:30 in room 1400 BPS building, Michigan State University.
For copies of past presentations go here

Sep. 7
Dima Yakolvev
Ioffe Physical Technical Institute, St. Petersburg
Neutron Star Cooling
Sep. 20
Oct. 4
Dean Townsley
University of Chicago
The thermal state of accreting white dwarfs and what they tell us about the evolution of compact binaries
Oct. 18
Leandro Gasques
University of Notre Dame
The Sao Paulo potential: a parameter free description of the pycnonuclear reaction rate
Nov. 1
Peter Moller
Los Alamos National Laboratory, T-16
Mass models and nuclear structure applications for astrophysics
Nov. 15
Nov. 29
Alan Calder
University of Chicago
Fires and Floods on White Dwarfs - a Nova Model

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Organized by the Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics at Michigan State University's NSCL and Dept. of Physics and Astronomy.