|What's happening at the INT:
:: Live at the INT: Schedule and access to INT talks online today
:: Current Program
:: Seminar Schedule
:: Upcoming INT Programs and Workshops
:: INT/Nuclear Theory Group Seminars
:: INT Special Seminars
:: UW Physics Dept. Seminars
:: 2016 National Nuclear Physics Summer School
:: REU Program
:: Map of where our RAPs, postdocs and grad students are now.
:: Stealthy dark matter, research done at the INT by former post-doc M. Buchoff & collaborators
:: Nuclear magnetic moments from Lattice QCD
:: INT introduces a Wiki for program attendees to share information on childcare in Seattle - please contact INT staff for the password.
Recent Activity at INT:
The Phases of Dense Matter (INT-16-2b)
(INT Program July 11 - August 12, 2016)
Reported by Mark Alford, Pawel Danielewicz, Chuck Horowitz, Thomas Schaefer
Reported on September 19, 2016
One of the central aims of nuclear and particle physics is to understand the phases of matter that exist under extreme conditions of high density and/or high temperature. This program focused on inferring the properties and phase structure of dense matter from both laboratory experiments and astronomical observations.
Flavor Observations with Supernova Neutrinos (INT-16-61W)
(INT Workshop August 15 - 19, 2016)
Reported by Chuck Horowitz, H.-Thomas Janka, Sanjay Reddy, and Kate Scholberg
Reported on August 23, 2016
Supernova (SN) neutrinos, as astrophysical messengers, carry unique flavor, time and energy information that may be crucial for understanding neutrino oscillations, the SN explosion mechanism, neutron star properties, and nucleosynthesis. Historically, about 20 electron anti-neutrinos were detected from SN 1987A.