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Physics Division

Physics Division Seminar 2019-2020 Season

Archive of the schedule for the 2019-2020 season

9 September 2019

Matthew Mumpower, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Recent Advances in the Understanding of the Rapid Neutron Capture Process
Host: Ben Kay

23 September 2019

Clementine Santamaria, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Extending our Knowledge of Neutron-Rich Very Exotic Nuclei at the RIBF: First In-Beam γ-Spectroscopy of 78Ni
Host: Daniel Santiago-Gonzalez

7 October 2019

Alessandro Lovato, Argonne National Laboratory
An Overview of Recent Progress in Nuclear Quantum Monte Carlo
Host: Daniel Santiago-Gonzalez

14 October 2019

2019 Fall Meeting of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics
Crystal City, VA 13-17 October

21 October 2019
28 October 2019

Yassid Ayyad, Facility for Rare Isotope Beams
Beta-Delayed Proton Decay in Neutron-Rich Nuclei
Host: Ben Kay

6 November 2019 (Note: Wednesday, 2 pm)

Farrukh Fattoyev, Manhattan College
Extracting equation of state of dense matter from nuclear experiments and gravitational wave observations
Host: Daniel Santiago-Gonzalez

11 November 2019

Haiyan Gao, Duke University
The Proton Remains Puzzling
Host: Whitney Armstrong

18 November 2019

Andrea Shindler, Michigan State University
Flowing the Strong Interactions and the Electric Dipole moment
Host: Ian Cloet

25 November 2019

Nabuo Sato, Jefferson Lab
Decoding the structure of the nucleon using QCD global analysis
Host: Ian Cloët

2 December 2019

Leonard Gamberg, Penn State
Combining Transverse Momentum Dependent and Collinear Factorization in Studying the Partonic Structure of the Nucleon
Host: Whitney Armstrong

9 December 2019

Marco Battaglieri, Jefferson Laboratory
The JLab Hall-B Physics Program
Host: Whitney Armstrong

19 December 2019 (Note: Thursday at 10 a.m.)

Yoshitaka Hatta, Brookhaven National Laboratory
Near Threshold J/psi and Upsilon Production and the Proton Mass Problem
Host: Sylvester Joosten

20 January 2020

Michelle P. Kuchera, Davidson College
Machine Learning in Fundamental Nuclear Physics Research
Host: Calem Hoffman

27 January 2020

Jennifer Barnes, Columbia University
Origins of the Astrophysical r-process
Host: Melina Avila

3 February 2020

Wei Jia Ong, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Galactic Forensics - Utilizing Stellar Debris to Investigate Explosive Nucleosynthesis
Host: Melina Avila

10 February 2020

Elke-Caroline Aschenauer, Brookhaven National Laboratory Lab
The RHIC Cold QCD Program: A Gaze into EIC Physics
Host: Whitney Armstrong

17 February 2020

Adam Freese, Argonne National Laboratory
Imaging the Proton at an Electron Ion Collider
Host: Whitney Armstrong

24 February 2020

Nicole Vassh, University of Notre Dame
Examining Lanthanide Production in Merger Accretion Disk Winds: Nuclear Masses and the Rare-Earth Peak
Host: Kevin Fossez

2 March 2020

Michael Bishof, Argonne National Lab.
Quantum simulation of nuclear physics
Host: Peter Mueller

9 March 2020

Sebastian Koenig, North Carolina State University
Few Nucleons and Other Stories
Host: Kevin Fossez

13 March 2020

Onsite seminars temporarily suspended due to COVID-19.

6 April 2020

Note: talk given via the BlueJeans videoconference system
Kelly Chipps, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Stellar Nucleosynthesis in the Lab
Host: Ben Kay

13 April 2020

Note: talk given via the BlueJeans videoconference system
Jack Henderson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Isobaric-analogue-state inversion in mirror nuclei
Host: Ben Kay

20 April 2020

American Physical Society April Meeting 2020
In-person meeting canceled. APS planning to deliver a virtual meeting.

27 April 2020

Note: talk given via the BlueJeans videoconference system and at 10:30 am
Omar Benhar, INFN and Sapienza Universita di Roma
Scale Dependence of Nucleon-Nucleon Interactions
Host: Ben Kay

18 May 2020

Note: talk given via the BlueJeans videoconference system
Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Exotic Atoms and Molecules for Nuclear Science
Host: Matt Dietrich

25 May 2020

Memorial Day -- No seminar