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   Smashing White Dwarfs
   Unstable isotopes & burning
   Customizing MESA's pgstar
   Hunting SNIa Progenitors
   Silicon ejecta from SNIa
   NucAstro and Astrobiology
   HIPACC SS EOS
   NNPSS Lectures
   Double degenerate SNIa
   Peak Luminosity of SNIa
   26Al and 60Fe
Illustrations
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AAS Journals
2017 MESA Marketplace
2017 MESA Summer School
2017 ASU+EdX AST111x
Teaching materials
Education and Public Outreach


Contact: F.X.Timmes
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full vitae,
research statement, and
teaching statement.

Title When and Where
Bonanza of Frontiers
March 2017, KITP, UC Santa Barbara
Four Vignettes
February 2017, Stony Brook
February 2017, Center for Computational Astrophsyics
Publishing in AAS Journals
February 2017, JINA-CEE Frontiers
January 2017, AST 394 Astrophysics Research Seminar, ASU
Smashing White Dwarfs
November 2016, University of Pittsburgh
October 2016, NC State University
January 2016, UNC Chapel Hill
Unstable Isotopes / Explosive Burning
April 2016, Notre Dame
☆ MESA - Customizing pgstar August 2015, UC Santa Barbara
☆ Hunting the Progenitors
     of Supernovae Type Ia
March 2014, Stony Brook
☆ On Silicon Group Elements
     Ejected by SNIa
February 2014,
Institute for Advanced Study
☆ Connecting Nuclear Astrophysics
     with Exoplanets and Astrobiology
October 2012,
Nuclear Astrophysics Town Meeting
☆ UC HIPACC Summer School:
     Thermodynamics of Stars
July 2011, LBNL & UC Berkeley
☆ National Nuclear Physics Summer
     School: Nuclear Astrophysics
July 2009, Michican State University
Recent results on
     a) metallicity dependencies and
     b) double degenerate collisions
April 2009, Princeton
☆ On the Peak Luminosity
     of White Dwarf Supernovae
October 2008, Steward Observatory
☆ Past, Present and Future of
     26Al and 60Fe
August 2008,
Triangle Laboratories Nuclear Laboratory
☆ A Celebration of Willy Fowler December 14, 1995, Caltech



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