Program

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Talks will be 20 minutes + 10 minutes question time. Breakout rooms will be available for smaller groups to discuss specific topics of interest.

See the Code of Conduct for this workshop.

Conference photos are available here .





NameInstitutionPresentation Title

Day 1 - Monday: Setting the stage
Hendrik Schatz and Duncan GallowayWelcome and introduction
Hendrik SchatzMSUStatus of nuclear experiments for thermonuclear burstsSlides
Duncan GallowayMonashStatus of observational data for thermonuclear bursts
Alexander HegerMonash UniversityModelling of Type I X-Ray bursts
Gry Merete TvetenUniversity of OsloFrom nuclear experiments to astrophysical reaction rates
Valery SuleymanovUniversity of TuebingenThe influence of accretion on the spectral evolution of X-ray bursting neutron stars.Slides

Day 2 - Tuesday: Long bursts and rp-process
Andrew CummingMcGill UniversityWinds and mass loss in long X-ray burstsSlides
Zac JohnstonMonash UniversityParameter estimation using large grids of multizone burst modelsSlides
Celia Sanchez FernandezISOC/ESAC/ESAX-ray burst-induced spectral variability in Ginga 1826-24
Khaled AlizaiDTU SpaceA multi-instrument catalog of long thermonuclear X-ray bursts.Slides
Motoko SerinoAoyama Gakuin Univ.MAXI observations of X-ray burstsSlides
Alice HarpoleUniversity of SouthamptonMultiscale modelling of neutron star oceansSlides

Day 3 - Wednesday: Reaction Rates and Nuclear Physics
Adam JacobsMichigan State UniversityX-Ray Burst Reaction Rate SensitivitiesSlides
Alfredo EstradeCentral Michigan UniversitySensitivity of X-ray bursts to nuclear reaction rates in a single-zone model
Adelle GoodwinMonash UniversityNeutrino Losses Overestimated in Type I Thermonuclear X-ray Bursts and a New Nuclear Energy Generation EstimateSlides
Douglas SolteszOhio UniversityUse of (3He,n) Indirect Measurements to Study H and He Burning Reactions of Type-1 X-Ray BurstsSlides
Zachary MeiselOhio UniversityExploring Nuclear Physics Uncertainties in Models of Type-I X-ray Bursts with MESA (via Zoom TBC)
Matthew AmthorBucknell UniversityCoupled Sensitivities in rp-Process Nuclear Reaction RatesSlides

Day 4 - Thursday: Neutron Star Crust and Cooling
Edward BrownMichigan State UniversityWhat lies beneath: reaction heating and cooling in the neutron star crustSlides
Alex DeibelIndiana UniversityReaction network crust compositions in crust cooling models
Laura OotesUniversity of AmsterdamConstraining shallow heating from crust cooling and superburst ignition
Matthew CaplanMcGill UniversityCompositional Domains in Accreted Neutron Star Crusts
Jerome ChenevezDTU SpaceA search for burst spectral features with NICERSlides
Johannes in't ZandSRONEmpirical constraints on the cooling and rp-process in X-ray bursts

Day 5 - Friday: Burst Oscillations and Future Observations
Anna WattsUniversity of AmsterdamBurst oscillationsSlides
Yuri CavecchiPrinceton UniversityX-Ray Burst Rate vs Accretion Rate and Spin Frequency
Anna BilousUniversiteit van AmsterdamRevisiting the fractional amplitudes of type I thermonuclear burst oscillations in the RXTE legacy dataset
Emma van der WaterenUniversity of Amsterdam Obtaining neutron star mass and radius estimates from the burst oscillations of the accreting MSP J1814-338Slides
Frank ChambersUniversity of AmsterdamNew burning physics and burst oscillations
Can GungorInstitute of High Energy Physics (IHEP), BeijingPartial Accretion in the Propeller Stage of Aql X-1
Gaurava Kumar JaisawalNational Space Institute (DTU Space)NICER views of thermonuclear bursts
Hendrik Schatz and Duncan GallowayWorkshop Summary

This workshop is supported by JINA-CEE. JINA-CEE workshops and conferences are community events intended for networking and collaboration as well as learning. We value the participation of every attendee and want all attendees to have an enjoyable and productive experience. Accordingly, all attendees are expected to show respect and courtesy to other attendees throughout the workshop and to abide by the following Code of Conduct. Any participant who wishes to report a violation of this policy is encouraged to speak to Duncan Galloway or Adelle Goodwin, as they have agreed to serve as a point of contact (or if desired, to another member of the organizing team). Thank you for helping make this a welcoming, friendly event for all.

Code of Conduct

JINA-CEE workshops and conferences are committed to providing a harassment-free environment for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, nationality, or religion. Harassment includes offensive verbal comments or jokes related to gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, sexual images in public spaces, deliberate intimidation, stalking, following, harassing photography or recording, sustained disruption of talks or other events, inappropriate physical contact, and unwelcome sexual attention. All communication should be appropriate for a professional audience including people of many different backgrounds. Be kind to others. Do not insult or put down other attendees. Behave professionally. Participants asked to stop any harassing behavior are expected to comply immediately. Attendees violating these rules may be asked to leave the event at the sole discretion of the conference organizers.