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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)