NSF-funded Physics Frontiers Centers (PFCs) are pushing the frontiers of science across the disciplines of physics. The Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics Center for Evolution of the Elements (JINA-CEE) studies unknown aspects of nuclear processes that naturally occur in the universe to explain the origin of the elements and to reveal the properties of dense matter in cosmic environments.
At 2:00 p.m. ET / 1:00 p.m. CT on Thursday, July 30, the NSF Physics Division will host a live hour-long Google Hangout with JINA-CEE. The JINA-CEE director and other members of the institute will talk about the exciting science going on there and its innovative activities. Viewers can even participate in the discussion by submitting a question on Twitter using #NSFLive.
Google Hangout Site: https://plus.google.com/events/c2r6ur427lgc7pa5fu4hqpkuqvc
JINA-CEE Hangout Info Site: http://www.jinaweb.org/events/jina-hangout.html
HENDRIK SCHATZ – Michigan State University, Director of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics Center for Evolution of the Elements (JINA-CEE), Nuclear Physicist. Research: Accelerator based nuclear physics experiments of stellar processes.
FRANK TIMMES – Arizona State University, Co-Investigator of JINA-CEE, Astrophysicist. Research: Computer Models of Stars and Stellar Explosions.
TIMOTHY BEERS – University of Notre Dame, Co-Investigator of JINA-CEE. Astronomer. Research: Observations of elements in the spectra of ancient stars.
CARL FIELDS – Arizona State University, Undergraduate student at JINA-CEE. Research: compact objects, supernovae, and stellar physics with emphasis on evolution and nucleosynthesis.
MICHA KILBURN – University of Notre Dame, JINA-CEE Director of Education and Outreach
GREG MACK (moderator) – AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow in the National Science Foundation Physics Division.
Originally published at science.nd.edu.