List of invited presentations

A. Arcones, Univ. Basel, Switzerland
Impact of the nuclear physics input on the r process
M. Arnould, ULB, Belgium
The Ten Commandments of Nuclear Astrophysics
R. Capote, IAEA, Austria
Reference Input Parameter Library (RIPL) for Nuclear Reaction Modeling: RIPL status and outlook
A. Chieffi, INAF-IASFC, Italy
The evolution of massive stars
A. Coc, CSNSM, France
Primordial Nucleosynthesis
F. de Oliveira, GANIL, France
Nuclear astrophysics @ GANIL
P. Descouvemont, ULB, Belgium
Theoretical predictions of reaction rates for light systems
M. Gai, Yale Univ., USA
New Experimental Methods for Determining Reaction Rates in Stellar Evolution
A. Guglielmetti, Univ. of Milano, Italy
LUNA:The experimental status of the art
S. Hilaire, CEA Bruyeres-le-Chatel, France
Nuclear inputs to model codes
M. Igashira, Tokyo Inst. Technology, Japan
Neutron-beam facilities for nuclear astrophysics applications
Ch. Iliadis, Univ. North Carolina, USA
Monte Carlo Charged-Particle Reaction Rates: a New Frontier
N. Iwamoto, JAEA, Japan
p-Process Nucleosynthesis in Type Ia Supernova
J. Jose, UPC/Barcelona, Spain
Hydrodynamic Models of Classical Novae and Type I X-Ray Bursts
A.-C. Larsen, Univ. Oslo, Norway
Experiments of reaction model inputs:level density and gamma strength
A. Lefebvre-Schuhl, CSNSM, France
Present 12C(alpha,gamma)16O reaction knowledge for astrophysical purposes and perspectives for future improvements
D. Lunney, CSNSM, France
Acropolistic view of the mass surface and the columns of nucleosynthesis
M. Paul, Hebrew Univ., Israel
Half-life and (gamma,n) production of p-process nuclide 146Sm
O. Straniero, INAF-OAC, Italy
s process in AGB stars: do we really need a precise evaluation of 13C(alpha,n)16O and 22Ne(alpha,n)25Mg reaction rates?
F. Strieder, Univ. Bochum, Germany
The 12C+12C key reaction for astrophysics applications
H. Utsunomiya, Konan Univ., Japan
Experiments of photoreaction cross sections:what has been done so far and left for a future development
A. Zilges, Univ. Cologne, Germany
Experimental techniques to measure ion-induced cross sections and applications to the p process

List of short presentations

U. Battino, Univ. Basel, Switzerland
p-process in SNIa: Different production channels and main abundance dependences
R. De Boer, Univ. Notre Dame, USA
Simultaneous R-matrix analysis of 16O compound nucleus reactions
S. Harissopulos, NCSR "Demokritos", Greece
In-beam capture reaction cross-section measurements relevant to p-process nucleosynthesis
A. Kontos, Univ. Notre Dame, USA
Measurement of the 17O(p,gamma)18F nuclear reaction cross section in the energy range Elab=360-1625 keV
R. Longland, UPC/Barcelona, Spain
Monte Carlo Rate Propagation for Experimentalists
C. Michelagnoli, Univ. Padova, Italy
Lifetime measurement of the 6.79 MeV state in 15O with the AGATA Demonstrator
L. Netterdon, Univ. Cologne, Germany
Counting Setup for Activation Experiments in Nuclear Astrophysics
A. Sauerwein, Univ. Cologne, Germany
141Pr(alpha,n)144Pm cross section measurement for the astrophysucal p process using the gamma-gamma coincidence technique
G. Tagliente, INFN Bari, Italy
Measurements of the 90,91,92,93,94,96-Zr neutron capture cross section at n_TOF facility
Yi Xu, ULB, Belgium
NACRE II: an update and extension of the NACRE compilation of charged-particle-induced thermonuclear reaction rates for astrophysics