HRIBF Workshop - Nuclear Measurements for Astrophysics
  October 23-24, 2006
Bldg. 6008 Conference Room

October 23, 2006

9:00      Welcome - Glenn Young, Physics Division Director

9:10      Organizational Announcements - Dan Bardayan

Session 1 - Solar Burning

Chair: Peter Parker
9:15 J. C. Blackmon
Study of 7Be(p,gamma)8B at the HRIBF
9:35 R. J. Livesay The structure of 8B through 7Be+p scattering
9:55 F. Strieder
Alpha-capture measurements with the recoil separator, ERNA
10:15 E. Rehm
16N decay studies at Argonne
10:35 L. Trache
Breakup and transfer reactions with radioactive beams
for nuclear astrophysics
C. Ugalde
The neutron source for the weak component of the s-process:  latest experimental results

11:30-13:00 Lunch at the Joint Institute

Session 2 - Novae and X-ray Bursts I

Chair: Dan Bardayan
13:00 K.Y. Chae
First experimental constraints on the interference of 3/2+
resonances in the 18F(p,alpha)15O reaction
13:20 R. L. Kozub
Study of the destruction of 18F in novae with an inverse
(d,p) reaction at the HRIBF
13:40 C. R. Brune
Study of unbound 19Ne states via the proton transfer
reaction 2H(18F,alpha+15O)n
C. Vockenhuber
Radiative capture experiments at ISAC
14:20 P. Parker
Nucleosynthesis of galactic 26Al

15:00-15:45 Poster session with coffee
Poster Session
M. Matos
Mass measurements at the extremes:  an input for astrophysical calculations
E. Johnson
A study of the 13C(alpha,n) reaction rate through the ANC technique
D. W. Bardayan
The 25Al(p,gamma)26Si reaction rate in novae
K. Chipps
Tests of a cryogenic gas cell for radioactive ion beam experiments
Z. Ma
Measurement of the 32S(p,d)31S reaction and its astrophysical implications
C. Matei
Measurement of the cascade cross section to the 6.049-MeV state in 16O in 12C(alpha,gamma)16O
C. Nesaraja
Nuclear Physics Activities Relevant to Astrophysics

Session 3 - Novae and X-ray Bursts II

Chair: Uwe Greife
15:45 W. Tan
X-ray bursts and 15O(alpha,gamma) reaction rate
16:05 P. Woods
19Ne lifetimes studied at Gammasphere
16:25 H. Schatz
The rp process in X-ray bursts:  astrophysics and experiments
with fast radioactive beams
16:45 S. Liddick
Identification of 109Xe and 105Te
 J. Fisker
Which nuclear reactions are important for X-ray bursts?

October 24, 2006

Session 4 - Supernovae

Chair: Michael Smith
8:00 W. R. Hix Supernova nucleosynthesis
8:20 K. L. Jones
Understanding r-process nuclei using the (d,p) reaction on exotic beams
F. M. Nunes Spectroscopic factors and asymptotic normalization coefficients
K.-L. Kratz Decay studies of r-process nuclei
9:20 C. Mazzocchi
Beta-decay near the double shell closure at 78Ni

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

Session 5 - Future experiments, detectors, and techniques

Chair: Kate Jones
S. D. Pain Development of the ORRUBA array
I. Wiedenhoever Radioactive Beams at FSU
11:00 F. Sarazin Combining TIGRESS with particle detection at ISAC-II
11:15 B. Davids Nuclear astrophysics with EMMA:  a glimpse into the future of
Y. Efremenko
Neutrino-nucleus cross section measurements at the SNS

12:00-13:00  Lunch at the Joint Institute

Session 6 - Facility plans, proposals, and discussion

Chair: Jeff Blackmon
13:00 D. Stracener Radioactive beam development at the HRIBF
13:20 J. Beene Upgrade possibilities at the HRIBF
13:40 M. S. Smith Using the computational infrastructure for nuclear astrophysics
for proposal development and research

14:00-?  Informal discussions

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