2021 DOE NNSA SSGF & LRGF Annual Program Review Presentations

Tuesday, August 10
Shelly Olsan President, Krell Institute Krell Welcome
Njema Frazier Director, Office of Experimental Sciences, National Nuclear Security Administration, U.S. Department of Energy DOE NNSA Welcome
Victor Rozsa University of Chicago First Principles Studies of Aqueous Solutions at Ambient and Extreme Conditions
Benjamin Musci Georgia Institute of Technology A Big Slice o' Pizza: Supernova Mixing in a Lab
Erin Good Louisiana State University How it Happens: The Creation and Commissioning of New Experimental Systems
Aaron (Miguel) Holgado University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Double-Neutron-Star Origins: The Interplay of Strong Gravity, Nuclear Microphysics, and Macroscopic Astrophysics
Daniel Woodbury University of Maryland, College Park Applications of Intense Mid-Infrared Laser-Plasma Interactions
Paul Fanto Yale University Statistical Properties of Nuclei: Beyond the Mean-Field Approximation
E. Paige Abel Michigan State University Production of 47Sc Through Isotope Harvesting at the NSCL
Gabriel Shipley University of New Mexico On the Dynamic Generation of Megagauss-Level Magnetic Fields to Magnetize and Stabilize Pulsed-Power-Driven Implosions
Erin Nissen University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Investigating the Reactive Nature of Nitromethane, an Explosive Liquid, Under Tabletop Shock Compression
Gil Shohet Stanford University Dusty Plasma Effects in Hypervelocity Impacts