♥ Book Title : Advances In Nuclear Physics - Proceedings Of The International Symposium
☯ Full Synopsis : "The interest in understanding the physical world that we live in, the origin of its formation and evolution, is reflected in the world-wide activities in Europe, the USA and Japan to set up powerful research facilities providing beams of radioactive nuclei of various kinds, and beams of extremely large energies. At the same time, complex and large detector arrays with improved technical capabilities are built either around these facilities or independently (dedicated to cosmic rays). Recently, spectacular progress has been made in superheavy nuclei, cold binary and ternary fission, nuclear shell structure and nuclear astrophysics, to mention only a few directions. The energy spectrum of cosmic rays exceeds the upper limits provided by artificial accelerators. An international collaboration has committed itself to the installation of an extremely large area detector array, AUGER, in order to study the highest particle energies in the Universe."Article| Poenaru Dorin| Statement ..."
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♥ Book Title : Proceedings of the European Conference on Advances in Nuclear Physics and Related Areas
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♥ Book Title : Advances in Nuclear Physics
☯ Full Synopsis : "As much by chance as by design, the present volume comes closer to having a single theme than any of our earlier volumes. That theme is the properties of nuclear strength functions or, alternatively, the problem of line spreading. The line spreading or strength function concepts are essential for the nucleus because of its many degrees of freedom. The description of the nucleus is approached by using model wave functions-for example, the shell model or the collective model-in which one has truncated the number of degrees of freedom. The question then is how closely do the model wave functions correspond to the actual nuclear wave functions which enjoy all the degrees of freedom of the nuclear Hamiltonian? More precisely, one views the model wave functions as vectors in a Hilbert space and one views the actual wave functions as vectors spanning another, larger Hilbert space. Then the question is: how is a single-model wave function (or vector) spread among the vectors corresponding to the actual wave functions? As an example we consider a model state which is a shell-model wave function with a single nucleon added to a closed shell. Such a model state is called a single-particle wave function. At the energy of the single-particle waVe function one of the actual nuclear wave functions may resemble the single-particle wave function closely."Article| Michel Baranger| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Frontiers of Nuclear Structure Physics
☯ Full Synopsis : "This is the proceedings of the symposium on Frontiers of Nuclear Structure Physics which was held from March 2–5, 1994, in honor of Akito Arima. Nuclear structure physics is approaching a new era owing to various recent developments such as radioactive nuclear beams, multiple gamma-ray detectors, massive parallel computers, etc. In the near future RHIC, CEBAF and other facilities will further extend the horizons of the field and this meeting offered a look at these exciting possibilities ahead. Topics discussed included (i) new trends in shell model, (ii) electroweak interactions in nuclei, (iii) unstable nuclei, (iv) Interacting Boson Model, (v) proton-neutron degrees of freedom in nuclear collectivity, (vi) quarks in hadrons and nuclei, (vii) nuclear astrophysics, (viii) nuclear and atomic clusters. Contents:A Frontier of Shell Model Calculation: Large-Scale Calculation with G-Matrix Interaction in Middle pf-Shell (H Nakada)Universal Correlations of Collective Observables: Empirical Phenomenology and Model Interpretations (R F Castern et al)Interacting Boson Model for O(6) Nuclei (T Otsuka & T Mizusaki) Scattering of GeV Electrons by Nuclei (V R Pandharipand)Collective String-Like Model of Baryons (F Iachell)Nuclear Spin Responses in Astroparticle Physics (H Ejiri & M Fujiwara)Effective Interactions for Hypernuclei (T T S Kuo)Signature and Parity Splitting in Rotational Bands: Double Minimum Potential Model (R V Jolos et al)Some Current Topics in Nuclear Structure at Drip Lines (I Hamamoto)Nuclear Astrophysics with Secondary (Radioactive) Beams (M Gai)Chiral Perturbation in Dense Matter and Meson Condensation Controversy (K Kubodera)and other papers Readership: Nuclear physicists. keywords:"Article| M Ishihara| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Proceedings of the International Conference on Applications of High Precision Atomic and Nuclear Methods
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♥ Book Title : Nuclear Structure and Dynamics '09
☯ Full Synopsis : "This volume collects the contributions to the international conference "Nuclear Structure and Dynamics", held in Dubrovnik, Croatia, from May 4 to 8, 2009. The conference was hosted by the Physics Department of the University of Zagreb and the Ruder Boškovic Institute. Following the long tradition of nuclear physics meetings on the Adriatic coast, organized by our two institutions, the Conference presented a review of recent experimental and theoretical advances in the physics of nuclear structure and reactions, and provided a broad discussion forum on current and future research projects. The main focus was on the following topics: Nuclear structure and reactions far from stability - Exotic modes of excitation and decays - Collective phenomena and symmetries - Ab initio, cluster model, and shell-model approaches - Nuclear energy density functionals - Heavy-ion reactions at near-barrier energies - Dynamics of light-ion reactions - Nuclear reactions of astrophysical interest - Weak-interaction processes. More than 170 nuclear physicists from over 30 countries participated in "Nuclear Structure and Dynamics". The considerable interest in this meeting was reflected not only in the number of participants but also in the large number of received abstracts. Following the suggestions of the International Advisory Committee, only about half of the submitted abstracts could be selected for oral presentation. In addition to 24 invited talks, more than 80 oral contributions were presented. An evening poster session was organized as part of the conference. An effort was made to provide the opportunity for young researchers to present their work, and selected posters were accepted for very short oral presentation."Article| Matko Milin| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : SPIN 2002
☯ Full Synopsis : "The SPIN 2002 Proceedings describe the recent advances in the field of spin physics. The topics cover research in high energy and nuclear physics and the study of the nuclear spin structure. The symposium also covers advances in polarized proton and electron acceleration and storage as well as polarized ion sources and targets. The first measurement of spin physics observables in pp collisions at center of mass energy of 200 Gev was announced at this symposium."Article| International Spin Physics Symposium| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Bibliographic Guide to Conference Publications
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| New York Public Library. Research Libraries| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Capture Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy and Related Topics
☯ Full Synopsis : "This volume is a collection of invited talks, oral contributions and poster contributions devoted to advances in gamma-ray spectroscopy of various capture reactions. In agreement with the trend of previous meetings in the series, the symposium paid special attention to theoretical and experimental studies of nuclear structure at low energies and to nuclear astrophysics. Among the other topics covered are: statistical properties of nuclei and other quantum many-body systems, fundamental physics, nuclear data, practical application of capture reactions, and new techniques and facilities for capture gamma-ray spectroscopy. Contents:Nuclear StructureNuclear ReactionsNuclear AstrophysicsStatistical Properties of NucleiExperimental FacilitiesNuclear DataApplicationsFundamental Physics Readership: Graduate students and researchers in nuclear physics. Keywords:Gamma-Ray Spectroscopy;Nuclear Reactions;Symmetries in Nuclei;Nuclear Structure;Nuclear Astrophysics;Statistical Properties of Nuclei;Nuclear Data"Article| J Kvasil| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : High Energy Physics Index
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♥ Book Title : Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Polarization Phenomena in Nuclear Physics
☯ Full Synopsis : ""Article| Michiya Kondo| Statement ..."
♥ Book Title : Advances in Nuclear Physics
☯ Full Synopsis : "This volume contains two major articles, one providing a historical retrosp- tive of one of the great triumphs of nuclear physics in the twentieth century and the other providing a didactic introduction to one of the quantitative tools for understanding strong interactions in the twenty-first century. The article by Igal Talmi on “Fifty Years of the Shell Model – the Quest for the Effective Interaction”, pertains to a model that has dominated nuclear physics since its infancy and that developed with astonishing results over the next five decades. Talmi is uniquely positioned to trace the history of the Shell Model. He was active in developing the ideas at the shell model’s inception, he has been central in most of the subsequent initiatives which expanded, cl- ified and applied the shell model and he has remained active in the field to the present time. Wisely, he has chosen to restrict his review to the domin- ing issue: the choice of the effective interactions among valence nucleons that determine the properties of low lying nuclear energy levels. The treatment of the subject is both bold and novel for our series. The ideas pertaining to the effective interaction for the shell model are elucidated in a historical sequence."Article| J.W. Negele| Statement ..."