# Talks at the FRIB Theory Alliance Inaugural Meeting

## Thursday, March 31, 2016

*FRIB Overview*- Thomas Glasmacher (MSU/FRIB)
*Theory Program at DOE*- George Fai (DOE)
*Theory Program at NSF*- Bogdan Mihaila (NSF)
*Recent progress and future directions of QCD-constrained nuclear structure models*- Elena Litvinova (WMU)
*Medium-Mass and Heavy Nuclei from First Principles*- Heiko Hergert (NSCL/MSU)
*Progress in quantum Monte Carlo calculations for nuclear physics*- Diego Lonardoni (NSCL/MSU/LANL)
*FRIB: Experiment-Theory Coupling*- Brad Sherrill (Director NSCL)
*FRIB Theory Alliance Science and Goals*- Filomena Nunes (MSU)

## Friday, April 1, 2016

*Ab initio Approaches to Nuclear Structure*- Gaute Hagen (ORNL)
*Ab initio approaches to nuclear reactions*- Dean Lee (NCstate)
*Heavy Nuclei and Beyond*- Nicolas Schunck (LLNL)
*Open Quantum Systems*- Alexander Volya (FSU)
*Reactions with heavy nuclei*- Kouichi Hagino (Tohoku U.)
*Nucleosynthesis: FRIB and the origin of the heavy elements*- Rebecca Surman (Notre Dame)
*Neutron Matter and Neutron Stars*- Andrew Steiner (UTK/ORNL)
*Stellar Explosions: Core-collapse Supernovae and Nuclear Theory*- Sean Couch (MSU)
*Neutrino Astrophysics and Cosmology*- John Beacom (The OSU)
*Fundamental Symmetries (and FRIB TA)*- Vincenzo Cirigliano (LANL)
*Nuclear Physics from Lattice QCD*- Amy Nicholson (UC Berkeley)
*Intersections with Complex Systems*- Joaquin Drut (UNC)