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Light clusters in nuclei and nuclear matter: Nuclear structure and decay, heavy ion collisions, and astrophysics

Registration closed 30/07/2019.

Secretariat

Susan Driessen
+39 0461 314722
Monday, 2 September, 2019 - 08:00 to Friday, 6 September, 2019 - 14:00
Location: 
ECT* meeting room
Abstract: 

Nuclear systems are important examples for strongly interacting quantum liquids. New experiments in nuclear physics and observations of compact astrophysical objects require an adequate description of correlations, in particular the formation of clusters and the occurrence of quantum condensates in low-density nuclear systems. Alpha clustering is an important phenomenon in light 4-n self-conjugated nuclei (Hoyle state). New results have been obtained for such nuclei with additional nucleons (e.g. the 9B and (9-11)Be nuclei). Collective excitations show also effects of α-like clustering. In addition, clustering is of relevance for radioactive decay, alpha preformation and the life-time of heavy nuclei. Cluster formation is essential to investigate nuclear systems in heavy ion collisions. Transport codes have to be worked out to describe the time evolution of correlations and bound states for expanding hot and dense matter. An interesting issue is the BEC-BCS transition in nuclear systems.

Registration period: 
16 May 2019 to 29 Jul 2019
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Organizers

Gerd Roepke Universitaet Rostock
Peter Schuck Université Paris-Sud - IN2P3/CNRS - Orsay
Hisashi Horiuchi RCNP - Osaka University
David Blaschke Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics - JINR Dubna

Attendees

Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
BaiDongTongji UniversityChina
BaranVirgilHoria Hulubei National Institute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH)Romania
BarbuiMarinaTexas A&M UniversityTexas USA
BastianNiels-UweUniversity of WroclawPoland
BlaschkeDavidUniversity of WroclawPoland
CsehJozsefInstitute for Nuclear Research, Hungarian Academy of SciencesHungary
DelionDoru-SabinHoria Hulubei National lnstitute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear EngineeringRomanian
DumitrescuAlexandruHoria Hulubei National Institute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear EngineeringRomania
DönigusBenjaminGoethe-University Frankfurt, Institut für KernphysikGermany
FischerTobiasUniversity of WroclawPoland
FujikawaYukiKyotoJapan
FUNAKIYasuroKanto Gakuin UniversityJapan
GauthierJeromeTexas A&M Cyclotron InstituteUnited States
Han(韩)Jiaxing(家兴)Peking UniversityChina
ItoMakotoDepartment of Pure and Applied Physics, Kansai UniversityJapan
ItohMasatoshiTohoku UniversityJapan
Kanada-En'yoYoshikoKyotoJapan
KawabataTakahiroOsaka UniversityJapan
KimuraMasaakiHokkaido UniversityJapan
Kokalova WheldonTzanyUniversity of BirminghamUnited Kingdom
LasseriRaphael-DavidCEA SaclayFrance
LiuYangPeking UniversityChina
LyuMengjiaoResearch Center for Nuclear Physics, Osaka UniversityJapan
MarinaKozhevnikovaJoint Institute for Nuclear ResearchRussia
MireaMihailHoria Hulubei National Institute for Physics and Nuclear EngineeringRomania
MrowczynskiStanislawNational Centre for Nuclear ResearchPoland
NazarovaElizavetaUniversity of WroclawPoland
NeffThomasGSI Helmholtzzentrum für SchwerionenforschungGermany
PaisHelenaUniversity of CoimbraPortugal
PyszKrzysztofInstitute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of SciencesPoland
RENZhongzhouTongji UniversityChina
RoepkeGerdInstitute of Physics, University of RostockGermany
SamarinViacheslavJINRRussia
Santa RitaPedroUniversity of BirminghamUK
SchuckPeterInstitut de Physique Nucleaire OrsayFrance
ShlomoShalomTexas A&M UniversityTexas, USA
SzalaMelanieGoethe University FrankfurtGermany
Tohsaki(Suzuki)AkihiroResearch Center for Nuclear Physics, Osaka UniversityJapan
TypelStefanTechnische Universität DarmstadtGermany
VretenarDarioUniversity of ZagrebCroatia
WolterHermannLMU MunichGermany
XuChangSchool of Physics, Nanjing UniversityChina
YamadaTaiichiKanto Gakuin UniversityJapan
ZarubinPavelJoint Institute fot Nuclear ResearchRussia
ZarubinaIrinaJoint Institute for Nuclear ResearchRussia
ZHOUBOHokkaido UniversityJapan