Réunion du GT4, 24-25 septembre 2018

Lieu: JF Denisse, Observatoire de Paris, 77 avenue Denfert-Rochereau 75014 Paris

Dates: The meeting will be held from September 24 to 25 (9h-17h).

We are pleased to announce the first joint meeting of the working groups GT4 « Quel est l’apport de la physique nucléaire à la compréhension de l’astrophysique ? » of the GDR- RESANET, and « Étoiles à neutrons, supernovas et synthèse des éléments lourds » of the GDR « Ondes gravitationnelles » which shall take place at the Observatoire de Paris, salle JF Denisse, from 24/09 (9h) to 25/09 (17h). The purpose of the meeting is to bring together the communities from nuclear physics, astrophysics and gravitational waves to find synergies between the different fields.

Review presentations will be given by the speakers cited below. The idea of these talks is to trigger the discussions between all communities. Note that additional talks are open to those who want to present their work in this meeting.

Participation is limited to 50 people due to room limitations.

We look forward to seeing you at the Observatoire de Paris in September,

The organizers, Anthea Fantina (GANIL, Caen), Faïrouz Hammache (IPN-Orsay), Jérôme Novak & Micaela Oertel (Observatoire de Paris).

List of confirmed speakers:

  • Cyril Pitrou (IAP) : Primordial nucleosynthesis
  • Nicolas Prantzos (IAP): Galactic chemical evolution
  • Nicolas de Séréville (IPN Orsay): Nuclear measurements for astrophysics
  • Beyhan Bastin(GANIL): Nuclear physics measurements for the r-process
  • Vincent Tatischeff (CSNSM): Gamma-ray astronomy
  • Corinne Charbonnel (Genève): Globular cluster chemical evolution
  • Jean Duprat (CSNSM): The isotopic anomalies in extra-terrestrial matter
  • Ed Porter (APC): LIGO/Virgo and BNS mergers
  • Sébastien Guillot (IRAP Toulouse): Neutron star observations and EoS
  • Francesca Gulminelli (LPC Caen): Properties of dense matter
  • Aurélien Sourie (IAA, Bruxelles) : Superfluidity in neutron stars and glitches
  • Jérôme Guilet (SAp, CEA): Core-Collapse Supernovae
  • Michal Bejger (APC & CAMK, Varsovie): BNS gravitational waves

The program and the slides of the talks are available here.