Invited Speakers

Tony Ahn (Michigan State U.) : Nuclear astrophysics experiments with reaccelerated beams at NSCL

Akif Baha Balantekin (U.of Wisconsin) : Collective neutrino oscillations

Timothy Beers (U. of Notre Dame) : Observational constraints on first star nucleosynthesis

Raphael Hirschi (Keele U.) : Massive stars evolution and nucleosynthesis

Anders Jerkstrand (Max-Planck-Institute for Astrophysics) : Determining nucleosynthesis yields in supernovae from spectral modelling

Sunchan Jeong  (RISP, IBS) : Rare Isotope Science Project in Korea

Daid Kahl (U. of Edinburgh) : Impact of the $^{26m}$Al (p,$gamma$) reaction to galactic $^{26}$Al yield

Toshitaka Kajino (NAOJ/UT/Beihang U.) : Solving the mystery of r-process and 𝜈p-process

Yeongduk Kim (CUP, IBS) : Astrophysics related programs at Center for Undergroud Physics (CUP)

Shigeru Kubono (RIKEN) : Experimental challenge to the Big-Bang nucleosynthesis

Weiping Liu (CIAE) : Progress of nuclear astrophysics and underground project in China

Yuko Motizuki (RIKEN) : Supernova signatures in polar ice cores

Bradley Meyer (Clemson U.) : On understanding nuclear reaction network flows wih branchings on directed graphs

Nobuya Nishimura (Keele U.) : r-process nucleosynthesis in several astrophysical scenarios

Micaela Oertel (LUTH, CNRS) : EOS for neutron stars and core-collapse supernovae

Yong-Zhong Qian (U. of Minnesota) : Enrichment of neutron-rich elements by massive stars and neutron-star mergers in galatic history

Thomas Rauscher (U. of Basel) : Nuclear physics uncertainties in nucleosynthesis of s- and p-nuclei

Xiaodong Tang (IMP, CAS) : Heavy ion fusion reactions in stars

Nozomu Tominaga (Konan U.) : Supernova nucleosynthesis

Meng-Ru Wu (NBI) : Nucleosynthesis and neutrinos in compact binary mergers   

Sung-Chul Yoon (Seoul Nat’l U.) : Evolution of massive binary stars and its implications for the chemical evolution

Norhasliza Yusof (U. of Malaysia) : The evolution of very massive stars

Yuhu Zhang (IMP, CAS) : Progress of mass measurements of short-lived nuclides at the heavy-ion storage in Lanzhou