Program of the workshop:

"Heavy elements in galactic chemical evolution and NLTE effects"


Wednesday, August, 31

The House of Scientists, Odessa

9.50 Opening of the Workshop

Friedrich-Karl Thielemann, Corinne Charbonnel, Igor Panov, Tamara Mishenina.


Section: Chemical composition and Methods of determination

Chair - Karl-Ludwig Kratz

10.05 Lyudmila Mashonkina         Non-LTE line formation for Pb I and Th II in the atmosphere of cool stars.

10.40 Sergei Andrievsky, Sergei Korotin       NLTE abundance of Sr and Ba in the early Galaxy.

11.05 Tatyana Sitnova       The r- and s-process contributions to heavy element abundances of a halo star HD 29907.

11.30 Coffee break


Chair - Igor Panov

11.50 Tamara Mishenina      Chemical composition of stars in the substructures of the Galaxy.

12.15 Vladimir Yushchenko      HD 25354: has or not the radioactive elements?

12. 40 Fedor Chekhonadskikh      Odessa data base of parameters and chemical composition of stars .

13.00 Lunch


Section – Stellar evolution

14.45 Sylvia Ekstroem     Neutron sources in stellar evolution.


Section – Nucleosynthesis

Chair - Friedrich-Karl Thielemann

15.10 Nobuya Nishimura      New Supernova Scenarios for r-process Nucleosynthesis.

15.35 Coffee break

15.55 Almudena Arcones  Nucleosynthesis of heavy elements in neutrinodriven winds.

16.20 Igor Panov   
Fission rates and transactinide formation in the r-process.

16.45 Karl-Ludwig Kratz      Nucleosynthesis modes in the high-entropy wind of type II supernovae comparison of calculations with halo-star observations.

17.20 Tobias Fischer      Long-term simulations of massive stars explosions.

17.45 Discussion

19.00 Conference Dinner

Thursday, September, 1

Astronomical Observatory, Odessa

Chair - Lyudmila Mashonkina

10.00 Petr Balanov     NLTE effects in the supernova envelopes

10.25 Marco Pignatary      Production of Mn in stars, and comparison with stellar observations at different metallicities

10.50 Friedrich-Karl Thielemann.     How many processes contribute to the heavy element abundances in the Fe-group and beyond and what are/could be their astrophysical sites?

11.20 - Discussion

12.00 Closing