NUCLSunday, August 16, 2009

9:00 AM-12:15 PM Renaissance Washington -- Congressional Hall B, Oral
Recent Advances and Future Directions in Modern Nuclear Science: Graduate Student Research
Organizers:Corina Andreoiu
Jiangyong Jia
Brian A. Powell
9:00 AMHigh pT measurements of reaction plane dependent jet-suppression and azimuthal anisotropy in Au+Au collisions at √sNN = 200 GeV at PHENIX
Rui Wei, Jiangyong Jia
9:20 AMEmission source measurements in Au+Au collisions via two-photon intensity interferometry from PHENIX at RHIC
Xiaoyang Gong
9:40 AMUnderstanding the in-medium modification of jets in heavy-ion collisions at RHIC
Damian L Reynolds, Roy Lacey, Jiangyong Jia
10:00 AMConstraining the nuclear equation of state using charged pions
Michelle Mosby, Abigail Bickley
10:20 AMIntermission
10:35 AMIon transport with radiofrequency carpets at the NSCL
Gregory K. Pang, Georg Bollen, Chris Campbell, Dave Morrissey, Stefan Schwarz
10:55 AMLow-lying structure of 134Xe
Erin E. Peters, Benjamin Crider, Stephen F. Ashley, Steven W. Yates
11:15 AMMeasurements of nanosecond lifetimes with DANTE at TRIUMF-ISAC
David S. Cross, C. Andreoiu, Gordon C. Ball, Smarajit Triambak, S. J. Williams, P. E. Garrett, C. Sumithrarachchi, C. E. Svensson, W. D. Kulp
11:35 AMElectrochemical and surface analytical study of carbon steel corrosion in the presence of either radiolytically-produced or chemically-added oxidants
Kevin J Daub, Xueyuan Zhang, Jamie J Noel, David W. Shoesmith, Jungsook C Wren
11:55 AMElectrochemical and surface analytical investigation of the solid-aqueous phase reaction kinetics for the conversion of silver oxide to silver iodide in aqueous iodide solutions
Sarah D. Pretty, Xueyuan Zhang, Peter G. Keech, David W. Shoesmith, Jungsook C Wren

Recent Advances and Future Directions in Modern Nuclear Science: Graduate Student Research -- Next Session

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Symposium Grid -- Emerging Technologies -- Session Listing

The 238th ACS National Meeting, Washington, DC, August 16-20, 2009