Latest FRIB-TA Meeting
FRIB-TA Annual Meeting was held on August 10, 2020 at LECM
Presentations from the FRIB TA Bridges and Fellows
Updates on the nuclear force, Maria Piarulli (WashU)
Ab-initio nuclear matter EOS, Diego Lonardoni (LANL/MSU)
Nuclear structure for Ovßß, Saori Pastore (WashU)
Alpha clustering and nuclear forces, Kevin Fossez (ANL/MSU)
Reactions with rare isotopes, Chloë Hebborn (LLNL/MSU)
Quantifying uncertainties in the nuclear-matter equation of state, Christian Drischler (MSU)
Past FRIB-TA Meetings
FRIB-TA Annual Meeting August, 2019 at LECM
The FRIB-TA Annual Meeting will take place concurrently with the Low Energy Community Meeting (LECM) that has already been scheduled to take place August 8-10, 2019 at the TUNL area (either at the UNC campus or downtown Durham). This will give us the opportunity to stay in tune with the important experimental developments and continue to foster a close interplay between theory and experiment. Further details on the meeting will be forthcoming, but in the meantime please plan accordingly so we can have an engaging representation of our membership at the LECM.
FRIB-TA Annual Meeting August 10, 2018 at LECM
The FRIB-TA Annual Meeting took place concurrently with the Low Energy
Community Meeting on the 10th of August, 2018 in East Lansing.
FRIB-TA members participated in the morning plenary session, which is joint with the
Nuclear Structure 2018 conference, and then held a break out in the afternoon
with the FRIB-TA meeting. This contained a first session with reports
from the various committees and a second part with the science highlights of
those activities the FRIB-TA is directly supporting.
Other details are at the LECM Program. FRIB-TA Annual Meeting Agenda.
FRIB-TA Annual Meeting August 2-4, 2017 at LECM
The FRIB-TA Annual Meeting was held on August 3 and 4 during the
Low Energy Community Meeting (LECM)
at Argonne National Laboratory (full program).
On the afternoon of Wednesday, August 2 the
FRIB Day 1 Science workshop
explored the reach and nature of programs possible with early FRIB beams
and the theory in support of these programs.
Many FRIB-TA members contributed input to the
talks by the speakers/conveners.
FRIB-TA Annual Meeting on August 3 included the FRIB-TA Town Meeting
talks by FRIB-TA Fellows Diego Lonardoni (slides)
and Gregory Potel (slides)
and discussions of FRIB Day-1 topics based on
material presented at the
FRIB Day-1 Science Workshop and FRIB-TA contributions
to the FRIB Day-1 science program
Witek Nazarewicz gave a
summary of the FRIB-TA Annual Meeting to the entire LECM on August 4.
- The inaugural meeting of the FRIB Theory Alliance marking the
creation of the FRIB-TA was held on March 31 and April 1, 2016 at Michigan State University.
It was very well attended, with
members present and others observing by videocast.
featured excellent speakers
(slides) and discussion of the FRIB-TA
charter (which was
ratified by the community) and FRIB-TA initiatives.