- Conference date: 22-25 May 2002
- Location: Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming (USA)
Significant advances are being made in understanding the structure of nuclei, especially those far from stability. The information from many such studies is vital to solving some important puzzles in astrophysics, such as the origin of the elements and the evolution of stars. However, dedicated efforts in data compilation, evaluation, dissemination, and coordination are needed to ensure that the latest nuclear measurements and theoretical calculations can be effectively utilized for astrophysics studies. A number of nuclear data strategies for astrophysics are presented.
- Nuclear data analysis
- Data compilations
- Element formation
- Nuclear structure
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