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Experimental findings of CNO breakout in first stars
Speaker: Liyong Zhang (Beijing Normal University, China)
Taking snapshots of our Sun with the Borexino experiment
Speaker: Alessandra Carlotta Re (Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy)
Image credit: NASA/WMAP Science Team
Image credit: Borexino Collaboration and Maxim Gromov
This is the 13th edition of a virtual online school format discussing questions related to nuclear astrophysics.
Main website of SNAQs: https://www.chetec-infra.eu/snaqs/
After the limitations due to the pandemic are declining and travel to in-person conferences, meetings, schools, and workshops is most common again, the SNAQs organizing committee decided to reduce the number of SNAQs to four per year. This is also in favour of all those colleagues who are tired of long lasting and exhaousing online sessions in front of a monitor.
This new format of SNAQs will last less than 90 minutes and comprises one or two talks around a given question in nuclear astrophysics. Still, SNAQs put a special focus on the multidisciplinary (astronomy, astrophysics, nuclear physics) audience of students and senior scientists.
SNAQs is part of the community of schools related to nuclear astrophysics that partner with ChETEC-INFRA:
The aim of this community is to give all students and young researchers the same, multidisciplinary knowledge about nuclear astrophysics. SNAQs will support this idea and strengthen the community of schools by providing a frequent lecture series to train and educate the next generation of scientist with knowledge across the three types of infrastructures used by nuclear astrophysicists:
Those infrastructures are networked by ChETEC-INFRA, Chemical Elements as Tracers of the Evolution of the Cosmos - INFRAstructures for Nuclear Astrophysics, a new European starting community of 32 partner institutions.
We are looking forward to meet you at the 13th SNAQ.
SNAQs organizing committee
Guidelines for participants of SNAQs