11-13 September 2023
CSEC, James Clerk Maxwell Building, Edinburgh (UK)
Europe/London timezone

Scientific Programme

Stars, the "Cauldrons in our cosmos," play a pivotal role in creating all of the chemical elements from carbon onwards. The elemental abundances we observe today in our solar system are a result of many different nucleosynthesis processes taking place in various kinds of stars and phases of stellar evolution, over billions of years. To understand how our universe evolved chemically, and which nucleosynthesis processes and stellar sites are involved in forging the elements, we need to combine knowledge from different disciplines, such as observational astronomy, stellar evolution modeling, nucleosynthesis codes, and theoretical and experimental nuclear physics.

The scientific programme of the Annual Meeting of the BRIDGCE UK and IReNA networks is designed to facilitate collaborations and address significant outstanding questions in galactic chemical evolution and nucleosynthesis. The meeting provides a unique platform for scientists from diverse backgrounds to exchange ideas, share expertise, explore new avenues of research, and is open to all scientists working in these areas.

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