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About this event

Web site
/agenda.infn.it/co…
When
1527 Sep 2013
Where
Santa Tecla (CT), Sicily , Italy
Organiser
C. Spitaleri, R.G. Pizzone
Contact address
Italy
E-mail
astro2013@lns.infn.it…

School

Seventh European Summer School on Experimental Nuclear Astrophysics

We have the pleasure to announce the “7th European Summer School on Experimental Nuclear Astrophysics (Santa Tecla School)”, devoted to the education of young Ph.D. students and young researchers. The school belongs to the European Network of Nuclear Astrophysics Schools (ENNAS), a network made by the four European schools on nuclear astrophysics and related areas (the Santa Tecla, the Sinaia, the Russbach and the Arzaquiel schools), having the common effort of preparing and educating young physicists in nuclear physics, astrophysics and their mutual relationship in the nuclear astrophysics field.
For such a reason, the school will deal with both various astrophysical issues, ranging from primordial nucleosynthesis to stellar evolution, and nuclear topics, including novel experimental approaches, radioactive ion beams, and indirect methods. Complementary subjects of nuclear astrophysics such as neutron stars, stellar plasma (in stars and the laboratory), short-lived radionuclides will be also covered.
The lectures of the school will be given by high-quality level scientists, selected for their didactical skills. In the spirit of the school, large room will be given to young researcher oral contributions. Specific sessions will be allocated to allow them to present their latest scientific results.