National Nuclear Physics Summer School 2009


Astronomy research
Software instruments
   The MESA Project
   Rise of the Elements
   Publishing in the AAS Journals
   White Dwarf Cocktails
   Stars and Explosion Models
   High Energy Astrophysics
   Bonanza of Frontiers
   Four Vignettes
   Smashing White Dwarfs
   Unstable isotopes & Burning
   Customizing MESA's pgstar
   Hunting SNIa Progenitors
   Silicon ejecta from SNIa
   NucAstro & Astrobiology
   NNPSS Lectures
   Double degenerate SNIa
   Peak Luminosity of SNIa
   26Al and 60Fe
   A Celebration of Willy Fowler
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Bicycle adventures
Public Outreach
Education materials

AAS Journals
YouTube: AAS
2019 Digital Infrastructure
2019 JINA R-process Workshop
2020 MESA Marketplace
2020 MESA Summer School
2020 ASU Solar Systems
2020 ASU Energy in Everyday Life

Contact: F.X.Timmes
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Nuclear Astrophysics Lectures
The 2009 school continues the tradition of past NNPSSs The NNPSS is distinctively different from many other schools in that it provides lectures and activities that cover the entire field of contemporary nuclear physics, ranging from QCD and the structure of the nucleon, over the reactions and structure of nuclei, to astrophysics. Particular attention is being paid to fostering interactions between students and lecturers as well as among the students that tend to come from all areas of nuclear science. This not only helps to broaden the perspective of the new generation but also aids in the formation of a community spirit within the field. The school can accommodate 50 students typically within 1-2 years either side of earning a PhD.
* Goals, nomenclature, forming a network, pp-chains, June 29

* CNO cycles, time integration, jacobian formation, June 30

* Energy generation, thermodynamic trajectories, big bang nucleosynthesis, July 1

* A general network, radioactive isotopes, and the case of 60Fe and 26Al, July 02