Stars, Supernovae and Nucleosynthesis IV


Stars are the “Cauldrons in our cosmos“ being responsible for creating all of the chemical elements from carbon onwards. The elemental abundances we observe today in our solar system are a result of many different nucleosynthesis processes taking place in various kinds of stars and phases of stellar evolution, over billions of years. To understand how our universe evolved chemically, and which nucleosynthesis processes and stellar sites are involved in forging the elements, we need to combine knowledge from different disciplines, such as observational astronomy, stellar evolution modeling, nucleosynthesis codes, and theoretical and experimental nuclear physics. The BRIDGCE UK Network aims to bring together scientists from all these fields to BRIDge the Disciplines related to Galactic Chemical Evolution. It facilitates and encourages collaborations between scientists of different areas to address important outstanding questions in galactic chemical evolution.

Registration Closed

Meeting Program: The preliminary program can be downloaded from the top right corner of the page.

Conference Dinner: 4th September from 7 pm at Dine Edinburgh (10 Cambridge St, Edinburgh EH1 2ED)

Travel: The meeting will take place in the Higgs Centre Seminar Room, James Clerk Maxwell Building (Level 4), Kings Buildings. Edinburgh is well served by trains and planes. Details on getting from the City Centre to JCMB here. A map of the Kings Buildings campus here.

Accommodation: A list of suggestions is available for download in the right top corner of the page.

Acknowledgements: The meeting is supported by the Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics, the Science and Technology Facilities Council, the Institute of Physics and the University of Edinburgh.


Stars, Supernovae and Nucleosynthesis IV

Higgs Centre Workshop
The Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics
School of Physics and Astronomy
James Clerk Maxwell Building
Peter Guthrie Tait Road
  • Raphael HIRSCHI
  • Alex MURPHY