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Microscopic Description of Large-Amplitude Collective Dynamics in Nuclei
Nobuo Hinohara, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Tuesday, January 7, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
Why is Quality Important? Your Responsibility in Meeting Customer Requirements
Michael Goodrich, MSU FRIB
Wednesday, January 8, 12:00 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Neutrinos and the Matter-Antimatter Asymmetry of the Universe
Boris Kayser, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL)
Wednesday, January 8, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Measuring the Neutrino Mass with Tritium Beta Decays
Noah Oblath, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Thursday, January 9, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
The Foundation for Laser Refractive Surgery and Future Applications
James J. Wynne, IBM
Thursday, January 9, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Nuclear Astrophysics: Neutrinos, Nucleosynthesis, and EOSs
Liliana Caballero, University of Guelph
Tuesday, January 14, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
Low Energy Probes of Physics Beyond the Standard Model
Vincenzo Cirigliano, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
Wednesday, January 15, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Scaling Properties of Light Cluster Production
Zbigniew Chajecki, MSU NSCL
Thursday, January 16, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Non-Invasive Beam Profile Measurement Methods for Hadron Beams
Christian Boehme, European Spallation Source
Thursday, January 16, 3:00 PM -
NSCL Seminar Room
A Walk on the Darkside
Cristiano Galbiati, Princeton University
Thursday, January 16, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
In-Medium Similarity Renormalization Group for Nuclei: Recent Highlights and New Developments
Heiko Hergert, Ohio State University
Tuesday, January 21, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
Pushing the Precision Frontier: Probing the Standard Model with Rare Isotopes
Kyle Leach, TRIUMF
Tuesday, January 21, 4:00 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Neutrino and Neutron Spectroscopy using Trapped Ions
Nicholas Scielzo, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
Wednesday, January 22, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Neutron Spectroscopy of Light Isotopes Near the Dripline
Jenna Smith, MSU NSCL
Thursday, January 23, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Polariton Condensation
Peter Littlewood, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL)
Thursday, January 23, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Neutrino-Induced Nucleosynthesis in Helium Shell of Early Supernovae
Projjwal Banerjee, University of California, Berkeley
Tuesday, January 28, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
Large Physics Projects, Engineering Perspective
Farshid Feyzi, P.E., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Wednesday, January 29, 2:00 PM -
NSCL Seminar Room
Neutron Physics at NIST
Jeffrey Nico, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Wednesday, January 29, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Opportunities in Probing Nuclei Trapped in Noble Gas Solids
Jaideep Singh, Technische Universität München
Thursday, January 30, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Computing in Science Education. Integrating a Computational Perspective in the Basic Science Education
Morten Hjorth-Jensen, MSU NSCL
Thursday, January 30, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Description of Continuum States in Three-Cluster Systems
Carolina Romero-Redondo, TRIUMF
Tuesday, February 4, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
FRIB and Nuclear Theory: Challenges and Opportunities
Morten Hjorth-Jensen, MSU NSCL
Wednesday, February 5, 12:00 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
The Physics of the Neutron Star Crust-Core Transition: Observable Consequences and Symmetry Energy Constraints
William Newton, Texas A&M University
Wednesday, February 5, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Nuclear Astrophysics at DRAGON
Ulrike Hager, CSOM
Thursday, February 6, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Research Highlights from NUC BIO PER
PA Faculty, MSU PA
Thursday, February 6, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Many-Body Methods for the Description of Bound, Weakly-Bound and Unbound Nuclear States
George Papadimitriou, Iowa State University
Tuesday, February 11, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
Continuum Spectroscopy of Light Nuclei with HiRA
Robert Charity, Washington University, St. Louis
Wednesday, February 12, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
BECOLA: Status Results and Future Prospects
Caleb Ryder, MSU NSCL
Thursday, February 13, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Research Highlights from AST HEP CMP
PA Faculty, MSU PA
Thursday, February 13, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Physics Opportunities from Irreducible Backgrounds in Dark Matter Direct Detection
Josef Pradler, Johns Hopkins University
Wednesday, February 19, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
The 58Ni(alpha,gamma)62Zn Reaction and its Astrophysical Impact
Stephen Quinn, MSU NSCL/Physics
Thursday, February 20, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Fundamental Tests of Nature with Cooled and Stored Exotic Ions
Klaus Blaum, Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics
Thursday, February 20, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Compact Ferrite-Loaded Cavities and Method of Phase Space Beam Dilution
Alfonse Pham, Indiana University
Friday, February 21, 10:00 AM -
Nuclear Conference Room
Nuclear Astrophysics Constraining Cosmology
Rene Reifarth, University of Frankfurt
Monday, February 24, 12:30 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1400
Radiative Capture Study by Combining EFT with ab initio Calculations: 7Li(n, y)8Li and 7Be(p, y)8B
Xilin Zhang, Ohio University
Tuesday, February 25, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
The Electron Beam Ion Trap
Ross Marrs, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
Wednesday, February 26, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Shape Coexistence in 68Ni
Scott Suchyta, MSU NSCL/Chemistry
Thursday, February 27, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Atomic Collapse in Graphene
Leonid Levitov, MIT
Thursday, February 27, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Material Studies for FRIB: How Can Material Survive Under Extreme Conditions?
Frederique Pellemoine, MSU FRIB
Wednesday, March 5, 12:00 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Symmetry-Restored Coupled-Cluster Theory
Thomas Duguet, CEA/IRFU/SPhN
Tuesday, March 11, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
First Steps Toward the Ab Initio Description of Mid-Mass Open-Shell Nuclei
Thomas Duguet, CEA/IRFU/SPhN
Wednesday, March 12, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Single-Particle Structure in Silicon Isotopes and the Collapse of the N=28 Shell Closure
Ragnar Stroberg, MSU NSCL/Physics
Thursday, March 13, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Single Atom Optical Clocks
David Wineland, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
Thursday, March 13, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Recreating Primordial Matter at the LHC
Helen Caines, Yale University
Wednesday, March 19, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
The Search for Cluster Structure in 14C with the Prototype AT-TPC
Adam Fritsch, MSU NSCL/Physics
Thursday, March 20, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Erdös Numbers and Epidemics: The Physics of Networks
Mark Newman, University of Michigan
Thursday, March 20, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
From Nucleosynthesis to First Planets
Hubert Klahr, Max Planck Institute
Monday, March 24, 12:30 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1400
Quadrupole Collectivity in Neutron-Deficient Sn Nuclei: 104Sn
Vincent Bader, MSU NSCL/Physics
Tuesday, March 25, 9:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
First Ab Initio Nuclear Modeling Across the Intermediate-Mass Region
Kristina Launey, Louisiana State University
Tuesday, March 25, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
Formation of Simple Patterns in Complex Atomic Nuclei from First Principles
Kristina Launey, Louisiana State University
Wednesday, March 26, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Towards Ab-initio Excited State Calculations in Nuclei
Nathan Parzuchowski, MSU NSCL/Physics
Thursday, March 27, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Is "interactive" Teaching Sufficient to Promote Conceptual Development in Physics?
Paula R. L. Heron, University of Washington-Seattle
Thursday, March 27, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Too Hot to Handle. How can we Maintain Equipment that we can't Touch?
Rich Bennett, MSU FRIB
Wednesday, April 2, 12:00 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Experimental Investigation of Helium Capture Reactions of Astrophysical Interest
Manoel Couder, University of Notre Dame
Wednesday, April 2, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Time of Flight Measurements Using Beam Position Monitors
Bojan Durickovic, MSU NSCL
Thursday, April 3, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Quantum Photon Fluids in Flatland
Chih-Wei Lai, MSU PA
Thursday, April 3, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Confidence at the Edge of Nuclear Stability - Uncertainty Quantification for Nuclear Density Functional Theory
Jordan McDonnell, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL)
Tuesday, April 8, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
Developments in High Precision Penning Trap Mass Measurements at LEBIT
Kerim Gulyuz, MSU NSCL/FRIB
Thursday, April 10, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Exotic Magnetic States of Matter Explored to 100 Tesla
Marcelo Jaime, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)
Thursday, April 10, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Free Energies from a Molecular Printing Press
Kenneth M. Merz Jr, MSU Chemistry/Institute for Cyber Enabled Research (iCER)
Tuesday, April 15, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
Studying Fragments: From Exotic Nuclei to Exotic Asteroids
Michael Fauerbach, Florida Gulf Coast University
Wednesday, April 16, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
An Advanced Ion Guide for Beam Cooling and Bunching for Collinear Laser Spectroscopy of Rare Isotope Beams
Brad Barquest, MSU NSCL/Physics
Thursday, April 17, 8:30 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Beta-decay Spectroscopy Relevant to r-process Nucleosynthesis
Alex Dombos, MSU NSCL/Physics
Thursday, April 17, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Modeling of Accelerator Systems and Experimental Verification of Quarter-Wave Resonator Steering
Carla Benatti, MSU NSCL/Physics
Thursday, April 17, 12:00 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
"From Fundamental Fullerenes to the Cardinal Calcium Candidate: The Development of a Laser Ablation Ion Source and its Diverse Application at the LEBIT Facility"
Scott Bustabad, MSU NSCL/Physics
Thursday, April 17, 2:30 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
High-Precision Mass Measurements with the Penning Trap Mass-Spectrometer TRIGA-TRAP
Martin Eibach, Max-Planck-Institute
Friday, April 18, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Bogoliubov Coupled Cluster Theory
Angelo Signoracci, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
Tuesday, April 22, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Neutrinos and the Matter-Antimatter Asymmetry of the Universe
Boris Kayser, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (FNAL)
Tuesday, April 22, 1:45 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1400
Fusion and Quasifission Studies Using Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory
Volker Oberacker, Vanderbilt University
Wednesday, April 23, 4:10 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
The High Intensity and Energy Upgrade Project at ISOLDE, CERN
Matthew Fraser, European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN)
Thursday, April 24, 9:00 AM -
NSCL Seminar Room
Lifetime Measurements and Pf-Shell Structure Studies Near N=Z
Charles Loelius, MSU NSCL/Physics
Thursday, April 24, 11:00 AM -
NSCL Lecture Hall
Thirty Years in the Idea Factory
Alice White, Boston University
Thursday, April 24, 4:10 PM -
Biomedical & Physical Sciences Bldg., Rm. 1415
Development, Manufacturing, Testing, and Commissioning of an Annular-ring Coupled Structure for J-PARC Linac 400-MeV Upgrade
Hiroyuki Ao, J-PARC, JAEA/KEK
Monday, April 28, 1:30 PM -
NSCL Seminar Room
TBA
Kenji Saito, MSU FRIB
Wednesday, May 7, 12:00 PM -
NSCL Lecture Hall

For additional information or to arrange a seminar please contact Hendrik Schatz.