Dear Nuclear Astrophysics Community,
We will be convening several working group sessions focused on Experimental Nuclear Astrophysics at the upcoming NSAC Long Range Plan Town Hall Meeting on Nuclear Structure, Reactions and Astrophysics to be held Nov 14-16 2022. These sessions will form the basis for a White Paper. In order to accurately represent all in our community, we offer the opportunity to provide input in regards to the town hall meeting charges (see below) using this google form: https://forms.gle/tNRfJ3u5JMT3j4wR7. The form will remain open until November 27. Input received prior to November 1 will be made available to working group participants.
Additionally, if you would like to submit a single-slide contribution to the session, you may upload it through the form also by November 1. Note these contributions should focus on priorities that should be considered/addressed as part of the long-range planning process, as opposed to work that has already been completed (see charge elements below). Based on the number of slides received, this information will be disseminated to the community via document sharing or, if feasible within the schedule, a short 1-2 minute oral presentation during the meeting.
If you have any questions, please contact Hendrik Schatz at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to your input and to a successful meeting in November.
Melina Avila, Dan Bardayan, Kelly Chipps, Aaron Couture, Catherine Deibel, Chuck Horowitz, Richard Longland, Alan McIntosh, Hendrik Schatz, Frank Strieder
Charge to speakers:
- Identify compelling scientific questions and opportunities for the next decade (within the U.S.) and their scientific impact.
- Identify the required resources for realizing these opportunities.
- Articulate a strategy for the use of existing and planned capabilities and the rationale for new investments.
Oak Ridge National Lab