Hirschegg '98:

NUCLEAR ASTROPHYSICS

(International Workshop XXVI on Gross Properties of Nuclei and Nuclear Excitations)

Waldemar-Petersen-Haus, Hirschegg, Kleinwalsertal

JANUARY 11-17, 1998


Organizers: M. Buballa, W. Nörenberg , J. Wambach (coordinator), A. Wirzba (Darmstadt)

Secretary: Sonja Sisak (TUD), phone: +49 6151 16 3073; fax: +49 6151 16 6076
E-mail: hirschegg@gsi.de

Advisors: G. Münzenberg (Darmstadt), V.R. Pandharipande (Urbana), C. Rolfs (Bochum),
F.-K. Thielemann (Basel)


Invited Speakers:

M. Arnould (Brussels), P.L. Biermann (Bonn), H. Bloemen (Utrecht & Leiden), I.N. Borzov (Obninsk & Brussels), N.K. Glendenning (Berkeley), J.W. Hammer (Stuttgart), M. Junker (Gran Sasso & Bochum), F. Käppeler (Karlsruhe), K.-L. Kratz (Mainz), F.K. Lamb (Urbana), K. Langanke (Aarhus), P. Leleux (Louvain-la-Neuve), N. Magnussen (Wuppertal), T. Motobayashi (Tokyo), E. Müller (Garching), L. Oberauer (München) V.R. Pandharipande (Urbana), C. Pethick (Copenhagen), M. Prakash (Stony Brook), K.E. Rehm (Argonne), P.G. Reinhard (Erlangen), E. Roeckl (Darmstadt), F. Terrasi (Naples), F.-K. Thielemann (Basel), A. Weiss (Garching), M. Wiescher (Notre Dame)

Subjects:

stellar structure and evolution - equation of state of dense matter - supernovae explosions - explosions in binary systems - nuclear structure far from stability - cosmic rays - . . .

Scope of Meeting:

The aim is to gather experimentalists and theorists involved in issues of nuclear astrophysics. The number of participants is limited to 60. Sessions will be organized from 9 to 12 h in the morning and from 17 to 19 h in the afternoon. The program will be composed of the invited talks and selected contributions. Proceedings with accounts of the invited talks and all contributions are scheduled for March 1998.

Time schedule
1st Circular: June 16, 1997
2nd Circular: September 12, 1997
3rd Circular: November 29, 1997
Proceedings: hardcopy:March 1998


Requests and suggestions to J. Wambach via e-mail: hirschegg@gsi.de

Further information:



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