The Triangle Nuclear Theory Colloquium (TNT) is a DOE-funded Colloquium series jointly organized and held at Duke University, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) and the North Carolina State University (NC-State).
The Colloquium is regularly attend by members of the High-Energy and Nuclear Theory groups of those three institutions. Speakers are asked to provide a fairly general introduction into their respective topics for the non-experts in the audience but then may go into as much detail concerning their current research as is suitable for a nuclear theory seminar. Talking time is 45 minutes plus 15 minutes for discussions. Talks in "Physics 298" are in Room 298 (the faculty lounge) of the Duke Physics building. Talks in "Raleigh N.C." are in Room 400 of Riddick Hall at NC State University.
You can subscribe to the TNT colloquium calendar via .ICS file.
Information on reimbursement of speakers can be found here.
Andrew Jackura (LBNL) It is widely accepted that all observed nuclear phenomena emerge from the strong interactions between quarks and gluons as governed by Quantum ChromoDynamics (QCD). Reactions… read more about Nuclear Reactions and QCD Spectroscopy »
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