DOE NNSA SSGF Annual Program Review Presentations

Tuesday, June 19 - Thursday, June 21
Argonaut Hotel, San Francisco, California

Wednesday, June 20
Cole Holcomb Princeton University Gyroresonant Streaming Instability of Interstellar Cosmic Rays
Io Kleiser California Institute of Technology Modeling Rapidly Fading Supernovae as Nickel-free Core-collapse Explosions of Extended Helium Stars
Fabio lunes Sanches University of California, Berkeley Quantum Information in Gravity
Luke Shulenburger Staff Scientist, High Energy Density Plasma Theory, Sandia National Laboratories Exploring the Interplay Between Theory and Experiment in the Study of Materials Under Extreme Conditions
Cameron Meyers University of Minnesota An Experimental View of Earth's Upper Mantle: Densification, Deformation, and Recovery of Olivine-rich Rocks
Amy Lovell Michigan State University Uncertainty Quantification for Reaction Theory
Richard Vega Texas A&M University Transport Sweeps Using an Extended Slice Balance Approach with LDFE and GPU Acceleration
Thursday, June 21
Alan S. Wan Deputy Program Director, Weapon Physics and Design Program, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Supporting Stockpile Stewardship with High-energy-density Physics Experiments
Alison Saunders University of California, Berkeley Using X-ray Thomson Scattering to Measure Plasma Conditions in Warm Dense Matter Experiments on the OMEGA Laser
Leo Kirsch University of California, Berkeley Gamma Strength From Quasi-Continuum Lifetimes
Charles Epstein Massachusetts Institute of Technology Precisely revisiting the electron-electron interaction
Collin Stillman University of Rochester Ultrafast X-ray Spectroscopy of Hot-Dense-Matter Systems