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Physics Division Seminar 2022-2023 Season

Archive of the schedule for the 2022-2023 season



19 September 2022 (hybrid)

Omar Benhar, Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare (INFN) and Sapienza University Rome
Constraining Nuclear Dynamics with Multimessenger Astrophysical Data
Host: Alessandro Lovato

26 September 2022

No seminar

3 October 2022 (hybrid)

Leslie Rogers, Argonne National Laboratory
No ν’s is Good News: From the Origin of Matter to the Rarest Radioactive Decay in the Universe
Host: Chao Peng

10 October 2022 (hybrid)

Heshani Jayatissa, Argonne National Laboratory
Direct measurement of the 22Mg(ɑ,p)25Al reaction relevant for Type I X-ray burst nucleosynthesis
Host: Melina Avila

17 October 2022

No seminar

24 October 2022

No seminar

31 October 2022

No seminar
2022 Fall Meeting of the APS Division of Nuclear Physics
New Orleans, 27-30 October, 2022

7 November 2022

No seminar

14 November 2022

No seminar
NSAC Long Range Plan Town Hall Meeting on Nuclear Structure, Reactions and Astrophysics
Argonne National Laboratory, 14-16 November, 2022

21 November 2022

Michael Paul, Racah Institute of Physics, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Probing the Stellar s-Process and r-Process in the Laboratory
Host: Melina Avila

28 November 2022

No seminar, Thanksgiving

5 December 2022

No seminar

12 December 2022

No seminar

19 December 2022

No seminar

26 December 2022

No seminar, winter break

2 January 2023

No seminar, winter break

9 January 2023

Ben Kay, Argonne National Laboratory
Studies of Weakly Bound Nuclei Using SOLARIS and HELIOS
Host: Melina Avila

16 January 2023

No seminar -- Martin Luther King Jr. Day observed

23 January 2023

No seminar

30 January 2023

Fernando Montes, Facility for Rare Isotope Beams
Colliding and Exploding Stars: How the Not So Heavy Elements are Created
Host: Melina Avila

6 February 2023

No seminar

13 February 2023

Heather Crawford, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Nuclear Structure Toward the Neutron Dripline
Host: Melina Avila

20 February 2023

No seminar

27 February 2023

No seminar

6 March 2023

Chloë Hebborn, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory & Facility for Rare Isotope Beams
From Ab Initio to Few-Body Description of Reactions of Atomic Nuclei
Host: Ben Kay

13 March 2023

Jutta Escher, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Theory at the Intersection of Direct and Compound Nuclear Reactions
Host: Melina Avila

20 March 2023

Cole Pruitt, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Uncertainty Quantification for Phenomenological Optical Potentials
Host: Ben Kay

27 March 2023

Gregory Potel, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Nuclear Josephson-like γ-emission
Host: Ben Kay

3 April 2023

Amy Lovell, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Exploring Fission Fragment Initial Conditions with Robust Uncertainty Quantification
Host: Melina Avila

10 April 2023

Grigory Rogashev, Texas A&M University
Recent Results with Texas Active Target (TexAT) Detector System
Host: Melina Avila

17 April 2023

No seminar
2022 APS April Meeting
Minneapolis, 15-18 April, 2023

24 April 2023

Ronen Weiss, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Short-range Expansion for the Nuclear Many-body Problem
Host: Alessandro Lovato

1 May 2023

Robert Grzywacz, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Neutron Mysteries - Next Season
Host: Melina Avila

8 May 2023

Marina Barbui, Texas A&M Cyclotron Institute
Alpha-Cluster Structure of 18Ne
Host: Melina Avila

15 May 2023

Wolfgang Korsch, University of Kentucky
nEDM@SNS: A Next Generation Search for the Neutron Electric Dipole Moment
Host: Michael Bishof

22 May 2023

No seminar (ATLAS PAC meeting)

29 May 2023

No seminar, Memorial Day (Laboratory closed)

5 June 2023

Aobo Li, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Building Next-Generation AI for Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay Searches
Host: Michael Bishof

12 June 2023

Patrick Stollenwerk, Argonne National Laboratory
Recent results from the new Argonne Auger-Meitner Radioisotope Microscope (ARM)
Host: Michael Bishof


Melina Avila (Co-Chair)
Michael Bishof (Co-Chair) 
Administrative Support: Janet Bergman