Talks 1997 - 2003

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AGB and post-AGB evolution (invited talk)
Asymmetrical Planetary Nebulae III ,  
July 28 - Aug 1, 2003, Mt. Rainier, Washington State, USA

Cooking and stirring the elements in giants (invited talk)
STARS: FROM CRADLE TO GRAVE , Meeting of the American Physical Society ,  
April, 2003, Philadelphia, USA

Seminar / Colloquium

Current topics in stellar evolution of low- and intermediate mass stars
LANL Los Alamos, NM, USA, 5 March 2003

Nucleosynthesis on top of degenerate cores
TRIUMF Vancouver, Canada, 6 February 2003

The s-process: nucleosynthesis of heavy elements in low-mass giants
HIA Victoria, Canada, 3 February 2003

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The s-Process in Rotating AGB Stars
IAU Symp 215 Stellar Rotation ,  
November 11 - 15, 2002, Cancun, Yucatan, Mexico

Nuclear Astrophysics in AGB Stars
Annual Fall Meeting of the Astronomische Gesellschaft,  
September, 24-28, 2002, Berlin, Germany.

CNO in low- and zero-metallicity AGB Stars
CNO in the Universe ,  
September 10-14, 2002, St-Luc (Valais), Switzerland.

The s-Process in Rotating AGB Stars
Stellar Abundance & Nucleosynthesis Conference,  
March 27 - 29, 2002, Seattle, USA.

Seminar / Colloquium

The first AGB Stars
Dr. Remeis-Sternwarte Bamberg Astronomical Institute of the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg Bamberg, Germany, 1 Oktober 2002
Institut für Astronomie und Astrophysik Tübingen (IAAT) Tübingen, Germany, 4 Oktober 2002

Aktuelles von den Sternen geringer und mittlerer Masse
Institute of Theoretical Physics and Astrophysics, University of Kiel Kiel, Germany, 30 September 2002

Non-Standard Modes of Nucleosynthesis in Low-Mass Stars
Institute for Nuclear Theory (Program Nucleosynthesis), Seattle, Washington, USA, 9 May 2002

Quantifying Errors of Stellar Abundance Observables due to Uncertainties in Nuclear Reactions: Oxygen in Red Giants
TRIUMF, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 26 April 2002

The Oxygen - Zyrconium Crisis in (post-) AGB stars
Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics, Victoria, BC, Canada 25 March 2002

Cooking and Stirring in Giant Stars: Computer Models for the Origin of Elements
26 Februar 2002, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, USA

Nucleosynthesis and Mixing during the Post-AGB He-flash
31 Jan 2002, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA

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Current models for the evolution of AGB stars (invited talk)
IAU Symposium 209: Planetary Nebulae: Their Evolution and Role in the Universe ,  
November 19-23, 2001, Canberra, Australia.

The s-process in rotating AGB stars
Laboratory for Space Science , Washington University,  
November 9-10, 2001, St Louis, USA.

Seminar / Colloquium

Nucleosynthesis and stellar evolution of Sakurai's object
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Calgary, Canada, 19 Oct 2001

Nuclear Astrophysics: Observations - Stellar Models - Nucleosynthesis
TRIUMF, Vancouver, Canada, 17 Oct 2001

Nuclear Astrophysics in Central Stars of Planetary Nebulae and their Progenitors
Physics and Astronomy Department, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, 15 Oct 2001

Stellar Evolution and Nuclear Astrophysics in Asymptotic Giant Branch stars
University College Cork, Ireland, 27 Aug 2001

The origin of A+B presolar grains: Neutron-capture nucleosynthesis during a post-AGB thermal pulse
Department of Physics, Washington University, St Louis, USA, 17 Aug 2001

AGB and post-AGB stellar evolution: Treatment of convective mixing and competing thermonuclear burning
Seminar talk at Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory, Durham, North Carolina, USA
16 Aug 2001


From Giant Cauldrons to the Stellar Graveyard: The final evolution of stars like our sun.
Lecture for the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Victoria Center, Canada
10 Jan 2001

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Modelling the evolution of Sakurai's object (invited talk)
International Workshop, Sakurai's Object: What have we learned in the first five years? ,  
August 3-4, 2000, Keele, UK.

Stellar evolution and nucleosynthesis of Post-AGB stars
International Workshop, Post-AGB objects (proto-planetary nebulae) as a phase of stellar evolution ,  
July 5-7, 2000, Torun, Poland.

Convective proton and 3He ingestion into helium burning: Nucleosynthesis during a post-AGB thermal pulse
International Conference, Nuclei in the Cosmos 2000,  
June 27 - July 1, 2000, Aarhus, Danmark.

Formation of the Neutron Donor 13C in AGB Stars by Overshoot and Rotation (invited talk)
Torino-Melbourne-Pasadena Workshop in honour of Prof. Gerald J. Wasserburg,
Salting the early soup: Trace nuclei from stars to the solar system,  
June 21-22, 2000, Torino, Italy.

Seminar / Colloquium

Cooking and Stirring the Elements in Giant Stars
Seminar talk at Herzberg Institute of Astrophysics, Victoria, BC, Canada
31 Oct 2000

Konvektive Nukleosynthese in Post-AGB Sternen: Die Lithium Häufigkeit in Sakurai's Objekt
Seminarvortrag, Universität Kiel, Institut für Theoretische Physik und Astrophysik
17. Juli, 2000

Nucleosynthesis of light elements in post-AGB stars?
Univ. Potsdam, May 12, 2000, Potsdam.

Planetary nebula nuclei with extreme surface abundances
Colloquium, March 8, 2000, Sterrenkundig Instituut, Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands.

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TP-AGB evolution with overshoot: 1.0-3.0 Msun as a function of mass and composition
International Workshop, The Changes in Abundances in Asymptotic Giant Branch Stars,  
September 16-18, 1999, Monteporzio Catone, Italy.

Internal mixing and surface abundances of [WC] CSPN
International Workshop Low mass Wolf-Rayet Stars: origin and evolution,  
September 2-3, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Overshoot in giant stars - consequences for structure and chemical evolution
35th Liège International Astrophysics Colloquium, The Galactic Halo: From Globular Clusters to Field Stars,  
July 5-8, 1999, Liège, Belgium.


Thermal Pulses in AGB- and Post-AGB-stars
Workshop Hot stars and stellar evolution, Bamberg, June 18, 1999

Seminar talks

Warum und wie können Post-AGB Sterne wasserstoffarm werden?
Univ. Potsdam, Potsdam, November 5, 1999

Spätphasen der Sternentwicklung: Kühle Riesen und heisse Zwerge
AIP, Potsdam, June 30, 1999

Die erste Generation von Sternen
Univ. Potsdam, 1. Juni, 1999

Der Ursprung der schweren Elemente: s-Prozeß Nukleosynthese in AGB Sternen
Univ. Potsdam, 15. April, 1999

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The role of convective boundaries
IAU Symp. 191 Asymptotic Giant Branch stars, Montpellier, France


The dredge-up phenomena in TP-AGB stars
Torino III workshop, Grenoble, France

Seminar talks

Late stages of stellar evolution: mixing and nuclear burning
TRACS seminar, EPCC, Univ. Edinburgh, UK

Nucleosynthese und Entwicklung von Asymptotischen Riesenaststernen
TU Berlin


Spätphasen der Entwicklung von Sternen mittlerer Masse: Mischprozesse und ihre Bedeutung für Sternentwicklung und Elementsynthese
Vortrag zur Disputation, Univ. Kiel

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New stellar evolution models for Asymptotic Giant Branch stars
Meeting of the AIP, Königs Wusterhausen

Treatment of convective boundaries in AGB stars
Torino II workshop, Turin, Italy

Konvektives Mischen in AGB Sternen
Dr. Remeis-Sternwarte, Bamberg

Sternentwicklungsrechnungen Weisser Zwerge und Anwendungen
Univ. Kiel

Seminar talks

About some aspects of the stellar evolution cycle: masses, yields and final stages.
Royal Observatory Edinburgh, UK.

The white dwarf mass distribution and stellar evolution
Univ. Leicester, UK


Konvektion und Nukleosynthese in AGB Sternen
Vortrag zur Tagung des Wissenschaftlichen Beirats des AIP, Potsdam

Dr. Falk Herwig, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Victoria, BC Canada, tel: +1 (250) 721-7704, fax: ... -7715

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