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Advances in time-dependent methods for quantum many-body systems
Many nuclear processes must be fundamentally addressed in time rather than energy representation. To describe these processes, advances in the study of the time-evolution of quantum many-body systems are needed. While techniques in other areas are emerging and rapidly evolving, nuclear physics is still mostly relying on a few approaches developed decades ago. The aim of this workshop is to provide a meeting point for researchers of differents fields to discuss extensively fundamental concepts, new techniques and computational issues in the broad area of time-dependent quantum mechanics.
|Pavel Danielewicz||Michigan State University & National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory|
|Arnau Rios Huguet||University of Surrey|