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How Much do we Trust Stellar Models? Foreword

Abstract : The aim of this workshop was to bring together experts of theoretical stellar physics and Galactic archeology to discuss the current issues connected to stellar structure and evolution. Topics ranged from microphysical ingredients such as atomic diffusion and radiative opacities to macrophysical pro-cesses such as rotational mixing and turbulence and their connexion to the solar modeling problem, the evolution of solar-like and massive stars, as well as the modeling of red giants and the importance of these Galactic candles to unravel the history of the Galaxy.
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Annie Baglin, Gaël Buldgen, Marc-Antoine Dupret, Andrea Miglio, Josefina Montalban, et al.. How Much do we Trust Stellar Models? Foreword. Bulletin de la Société Royale des Sciences de Liège, in Proceedings of the workshop "How Much do we Trust Stellar Models?", September 2018, held in Liège, Belgium, 2019, 88, pp.1-4. ⟨insu-03717025⟩

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