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Prospects on the microscopic description of odd mass nuclei and other multi-quasiparticle excitations with beyond-mean- field and related methods

Registration closed 11/09/2017.


Susan Driessen
+39 0461 314722
Monday, 25 September, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, 29 September, 2017 - 13:00
ECT* Conference room

The importance of a proper description of nuclei with an odd number of protons and/or neutrons is obvious since more than half of the nuclei in the nuclear chart belong to this category. Odd systems are also key to understand nucleosynthesis mechanisms since their beta decays play a major role in those processes. In many facets of the microscopic description of the atomic nucleus there is a clear di erence between the level of sophistication in the treatment of even-even nuclei and the one of odd mass systems. The main purpose of this workshop is to review the present status of the implementation of microscopic many-body techniques to those systems breaking time reversal invariance, with a special emphasis in mean-eld-based many-body methods employing energy density functionals. Additionally, the identication of key issues to close the gap between the level of description in even and odd nuclei will be a relevant part of the workshop. Finally, the special needs of potential applications of the expected developments will be addressed. Finally, the special needs of potential applications of the envisaged developments will be addressed. In particular, the precise modelling of odd nuclei is essential for the better understanding of the nuclear part of many processes relevant for astrophysics and the test of physics beyond the Standard Model.

Registration period: 
24 Jul 2017 to 10 Sep 2017


Michael Bender Institut de Physique Nucleaire de Lyon
Luis Robledo Departamento de Fisica Teorica Madrid
Tomas R. Rodriguez Departamento de Fisica Teorica Madrid

Workshop Attendees

Ackermann Dieter GANIL France
Afanasjev Anatoli Mississippi State University USA
Bally Benjamin Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Spain
Bender Michael CNRS / IN2P3 France
Bernard Remi CEA DAM DIF France
Bottoni Simone Universita degli Studi di Milano Italy
Dobaczewski Jacek University of York UK
Duguet Thomas CEA/Saclay/SPhN France
Gao Zao-Chun China Institute of Atomic Energy China
Heenen Paul Universite Libre de Bruxelles Belgium
Litvinova Elena Western Michigan University USA
Marketin Tomislav University of Zagreb Croatia
Marquez Romero Antonio University of York United Kingdom
Nomura Kosuke University of Zagreb Croatia
PILLET Nathalie CEA/DAM/DIF France
Raimondi Francesco University of Surrey United Kingdom
Robledo Luis Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Spain
Rodriguez Tomas R. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid Spain
Ryssens Wouter Institut Physique Nucleaire Lyon France
Vretenar Dario University of Zagreb Croatia
Yannouleas Constantine Georgia Institute of Technology USA