## Sensitivity of the C and O production on the triple-alpha rate [paper+figures]

## Temporal variation of coupling constants and nucleosynthesis [paper]

## Few-body resonances in light nuclei [paper+figures]

## At the edge of nuclear stability: nonlinear quantum amplifiers [paper+figures]

## At the edge of nuclear stability: nonlinear quantum amplifiers (conference paper) [paper+figures]

## Fine-tuning the basic forces of nature through the triple-alpha process in red giant stars [paper+figures]

## Microscopic calculations for solar nuclear reactions [paper+figures]

## Bridging the mass gaps at A=5 and A=8 in nucleosynthesis [paper+figures]

## Stellar production rates of carbon and its abundance in the universe [paper+figure]

## Role of spectroscopic factors in the potential-model description of the

^{7}Be(p,gamma)^{8}B reaction [paper+figures]## Low-lying continuum structures in

^{8}B and^{8}Li in a microscopic model [paper+figure]## Fine-tuning carbon-based life in the universe by the triple-alpha process in red giants (Invited talk given at the "The Future of the Universe and the Future of Our Civilization" Conference, July 2-6, 1999, Budapest, Hungary) [paper+figure]. For a brief review at space.com, go to here.

## Study of the

^{3}He(^{4}He,gamma)^{7}Be and^{3}H(^{4}He,gamma)^{7}Li reactions in an extended two-cluster model [paper+figures]## The triple-alpha process and its anthropic significance [paper]

## Search for excited states in

^{3}H and^{3}He [paper+figure,erratum]## On the three-body continuum spectrum of

^{6}He [paper+figure]## Large-space cluster model calculations for the

^{3}He(^{3}He,2p)^{4}He and^{3}H(^{3}H,2n)^{4}He reactions [paper+figures]## Effects of

^{8}B size and interaction asymptotics on the low-energy^{7}Be(p,gamma)^{8}B cross section [paper, fig1, fig2]## R-matrix and K-matrix analysis of elastic alpha-alpha scattering [paper, fig1, fig2, fig3, fig4]

## Transparencies and the proceedings article of my talk, ``Nuclear physics input for solar models'', given at the ``Innovative Computational Methods in Nuclear Many-Body Problems'' Conference (November 10-15, 1997, Osaka, Japan)

## Contributions to the XVth International Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics (July 21-26, 1997, Groningen, The Netherlands)

## Some transparencies and the proceedings article of my talk, ``

^{7}Be(p,gamma)^{8}B and the high-energy solar neutrino flux'', given at the ``International Symposium on Exotic Nuclear Shapes'' (May 12-17, 1997, Debrecen, Hungary)

## Calculated

^{3 }He(^{3}He,alpha)pp cross section together with the measurement of Krauss et al. This reaction determines the balance between the neutrino-producing and non-neutrino-producing branches of the solar p-p chain.## Experimental data (after the electron screening effect is subtracted) on

^{3}He(^{3}He,alpha)pp (From Tim Shoppa, color 260 kb).## Calculated

^{3 }H(^{3}H,alpha)nn cross section togehter with various measurements. This is the mirror reaction of the above.