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From nuclear structure to particle-transfer reactions and back II

Registration closed 27/10/2014.
Monday, 10 November, 2014 - 09:00 to Friday, 14 November, 2014 - 19:30
ECT* Conference room

Advances in the microscopic reaction theory are crucial for the science program at the existing and future RNB facilities. The practical spectroscopic tools to study the shell evolution and nucleon-nucleon correlations can be advanced by interfacing nuclear structure models with reactions methods. Acceleration of the process of development of practical tools, which are adapted for spectroscopic studies of rare-isotopes, is the aim of this workshop. We will be discussing how to (i) advance the reaction theory and its methods for the description of spectroscopic properties of rare isotopes, (ii) provide a microscopic input for transfer and knockout reactions from most advanced nuclear structure models, and (iii) study nucleon-nucleon correlations in exotic nuclear systems that are close to the breakup threshold and whose properties are determined by a combination of many-body correlations and couplings to the continuum.

Registration period: 
25 Aug 2014 to 26 Oct 2014


Jacek Dobaczewski Warsaw University (PL)
Marek Ploszajczak GANIL


Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
BonnardJérémyINFN, section of PadovaItaly
BrogliaRicardoDepartment of Physics,Univ. of MilanITALY
CapelPierreUniversité Libre de BruxellesBelgium
CatfordWiltonUniversity of SurreyUnited Kingdom
corradilorenzoLaboratori Nazionali di Legnaro - INFNItaly
DelionDoruHoria Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear EngineeringRomania
DeltuvaArnoldasVilnius UniversityLithuania
DimitrovaSevdalinaInstitute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear EnergyBulgaria
DobaczewskiJacekUniversity of WarsawPoland
FortunatoLorenzoUniv. Padova & INFNItaly
Gómez RamosMarioUniversity of SevilleSpain
IdiniAndreaJyväskylä UniversityFinland
JohnsonRonaldUniversity of SurreyUK
Lay ValeraJosé AntonioUniv. Padova & INFN, Sezione di PadovaItaly
LeebHelmutTU Wien, AtominstitutAustria
LenziSilviaUniversita' di PadovaItaly
MagierskiPiotrWarsaw University of TechnologyPoland
MATTAAdrienUniversity of SurreyUk
OkolowiczJacekInstytut Fizyki JadrowejPoland
PapadimitriouGeorgeIowa State UniversityUSA
PetroviciAlexandrinaNational Institute for Physics and Nuclear Engineering -Horia HulubeiRomania
SatulaWojciechUniversity of WarsawPoland
SekizawaKazuyukiGraduate School of Pure and Applied SciencesJapan
ShimouraSusumuCenter for Nuclear Study, University of TokyoJapan
SzpakBartlomiejFaculty of Physics, University of WarsawPoland