NSF Site Visit and N3AS Collaboration Meeting: Nov. 15-18
NSF Site Visit
An NSF Panel will visit Berkeley on November 15-16 to review N3AS activities and collaborative research. The review site can be entered here.
N3AS Annual Meeting
The Annual Meeting of the N3AS will start the evening of November 16 and continue until noon November 18. The agenda and other information on the meeting is available here.
Dark Matter Video Conferences
Various members of the Hub informally discuss topics in dark matter and related topics. Meetings are held virtually using Zoom software. 2018 Winter/Spring meetings will be held on Thursdays at 3:00 pm EST. Contact Evan Grohs (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Collaboration Meeting: January 11-12, 2018
The first collaboration meeting will be held at UCSD in January. Additional information about lodging and schedule should become available in early November.
Hadronic Parity Nonconservation: March 15-16, 2018
Recent work applying large-Nc QCD to hadronic parity violation has yielded an organization of the five low-energy SP (or Danilov) amplitudes into a hierarchy, with two of the associated low-energy constants (LECs) of lowest order (LO) and three others of next-to-next-to-leading-order (NNLO) (see summary here). This hierarchy, which differs significantly from that deduced from older meson-exchange treatments, appears to be in very good agreement with experimental data.
This organization alters the interpretation of and relationships between current and planned experiments. It also opens up some important new opportunities for theory. The purpose of the workshop is to convene the community in order to create a roadmap for future work, based on the understanding recently achieved through large-Nc QCD.
Virtual online seminar series:
- Biweekly JINA online seminar series on topics relating nuclear astrophysics and nucleosynthesis. The talks are streamed online and held on Fridays, 2pm EST. Everyone is welcome to suggest seminar speakers and topics. The seminar is meant to help coordinate and initiate research, and to help junior people establish collaborations. The format will be a 35-40 min talk followed by 10-15 mins of questions. If you would like to receive notifications for future seminars, you can sign up for the seminar email list by sending an empty email to Jinacee_online_seminar-join (at) jinaweb.org.