FRIB-MSU, East Lansing, Michigan, USA
March 27 - 31, 2017


Updated on 04/28/17 18:39:55 EDT
Monday, Mar 27
(RM 1200 & 1221B)
Recent Experimental Results I (RM 1200)
08:30-09:00 registration
Chair: Byungsik Hong

Thomas Glasmacher

Alex Brown
ICNT program at MSU

Betty Tsang
Transport Code Comparison Project

Mizuki Kurata-Nishimura [slide]
SpiRIT-TPC experiments at RIKEN 2016

Brent Barker
Shear Viscosity from nuclear stopping
10:45-11:15 coffee break
Chair: Yvonne Leifels

Abdelouahad Chbihi
Review of selected experimental observables

Alan McIntosh [slide]
Equilibration Chronometry: Measuring the Time Dependence of N/Z Equilibration Neck fragmentation

Enrico de Filippo [slide]
Experimental observables and transport models: a challenge in HIC from low to high energy regime
12:20-14:00 lunch (on your own)
Box Simulation Overview (RM 1200)
Chair: Roy Wada

Yvonne Leifels [slide]
Benchmarking transport theory

Yingxun Zhang
Description of box calculation Hw1&Hw2, and preliminary analysis results / Understanding results of box calculation Hw1: nucleon-nucleon scattering and Pauli blocking

Maria Colonna [slide]
Understanding results of box calculation Hw2: nucleon evolution in a mean -field potential
15:15-15:45 coffee break
Chair: Maria Colonna

Jun Xu
Description of box calculation Hw3, and preliminary analysis results

Akira Ono [slide]
Understanding results of box calculation Hw3: production of pion-like particles

Maria Colonna [slide]
Tuesday, Mar 28
(RM 1200 & 1221B)
Bayesian Analysis (RM 1200)
Chair: Hermann Wolter

Earl Lawrence
A Quick Intro to Bayes and An Example of Inference Using a Physics Model

Scott Pratt [slide]
Big Models vs. Big Data, a Bayesian Approach
10:30-11:00 coffee break

Yingxun Zhang
Bayesian inference on effective mass and its splitting from HICs

12:00-13:30 lunch (on your own)
Pion Physics (RM 1200)
Chair: Girodano Cerizza

Tetsuya Murakami [slide]
Pion data and transport model calculations

Che-Ming Ko
Medium effects on pion production in HIC

Pawel Danielewicz [slide]
pions with pBUU
15:00-15:30 coffee break
Chair: Che-Ming Ko

Natsumi Ikeno [slide]
Production of pions and clusters in HIC by AMD+JAM

Mircea Dan Cozma
Relevance of a proper total energy conservation in transport models

17:00-18:30 free time
Special Evening Session on Bayesian Method (RM 1200)

Pawel Danielewicz [slide]
discussions with Earl Lawrence
Wednesday, Mar 29
(RM 1200 & 1221B)
Microscopic Interactions (RM 1200)
Chair: Alan McIntosh

Ruprecht Machleidt [slide]
Recent progress in high-precision chiral nuclear forces

Diego Lonardoni [slide]
Chiral forces and quantum Monte Carlo: from nuclei to neutron star matter

Francesca Sammarruca
Applications of modern chiral interactions in neutron-rich matter
10:30-11:00 group photo and coffee break
Chair: Francesca Sammarruca

Morten Hjorth-Jensen
Nuclear Matter EoS from first principle methods; recent advances and challenges

Jeremy Holt
12:00-13:30 lunch (on your own)
Recent Experimental Results II & Participant Codes Description I (RM 1200)
Chair: Jerzy Lukasik

Giuseppe Verde
Space-time characterization of particle emission: observables and model predictions

Tadaaki Isobe
Application of transport model to design experiments

Roy Wada [slide]
High energy proton emission and transport models in intermediate heavy ion collisions

Bill Lynch
discussion on wish list to transport codes
Chair: Natsumi Ikeno

Pawel Danielewicz [slide]
pBUU description

Maria Colonna [slide]
SMF description
15:30-16:30 FRIB tour (sign up instructions will be available)

Jun Xu
IBUU description

Zhen Zhang [slide]
RVUU description
Thursday, Mar 30
(RM 1200 & 1221B)
EOS in Astrophysics (RM 1200)
Chair: Andrew Steiner

Charles Horowitz [slide]
Neutrino response in Supernova matter from transport models

Luke Roberts [slide]
The Impact of the Nuclear EoS on the Long Term Supernova Neutrino Signal

Francesco Pederiva
Nuclear EOS from QMC

Andrew Steiner
11:00-11:30 coffee break
11:30-13:00 lunch (on your own)
Participant Codes Description II (RM 1200)
Chair: Giuseppe Verde

Tatsuhiko Ogawa
Radiation transport simulation code PHITS and its hadronic reaction models

Yingxun Zhang
ImQMD description

Mircea Dan Cozma
TuQMD description

Akira Ono [slide]
AMD and JAM description
14:30-15:00 coffee break
Chair: Tatsuhiko Ogawa

Dmytro Oliinychenko
Heavy ion collisions with SMASH transport approach

Chang-Hwan Lee
New Heavy-Ion Transport Code: Daejeon BUU

Hermann Wolter
Summary of transport code description

Jun Xu [slide]
Discussions of action plans (including discussions on pions)
17:00-18:30 free time
18:30-20:00 group dinner (out of pocket)
Friday, Mar 31
(RM 1200)
Transport Applications
Chair: Zbigniew Chajecki

Jerzy Lukasik [slide]
Using transport calucations as event generators to design experiments

Mikhail Kostin
transport calculations for shielding applications

Arnaud Le Fevre
Constraining EOS, Friga
10:30-11:00 coffee break
Chair: Dan Cozma

Emanuele Pagano
Investigation of Dynamical and statistical PLF Fission competition using IMF correlation functions and comparisons with CoMDII model

Yongjia Wang
UrQMD description
12:00-13:30 lunch (on your own)
Chair: Abdelouahad Chbihi

Akira Ono [slide]
Cluster production in AMD model

Zbigniew Chajecki
Comparisons to AMD.
14:30-15:00 coffee break

Bill Lynch
Cluster production in experiments

Pawel Danielewicz [slide]
Cluster Production in pBUU - Past and Future

Hermann Wolter [slide]
Discussions on cluster production in transport models
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