ECT*, Trento, Italy
June 6-10, 2011

Nuclear Many-Body Open Quantum Systems:

The scientific program will start on Monday, June 6, 2011 but the social program starts already on Sunday June 5 with the welcome dinner. Recommended arrival in Trento is therefore Sunday, June 5. The meeting ends on Friday, June 10 at around lunch time. Dinner will be arranged on Friday night for those that stay until Saturday.

In the spirit of ECT* we aim to organize this workshop with ample time for discussions on the topics presented by the speakers. We therefore kindly ask the speakers to prepare their contributions with that objective in mind, and to keep the amount of material down aiming for about 30 minutes presentation time. Discussions during the presentations are highly encouraged.

Preliminary schedule

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Carlo BarbieriReactions and structure done with ab-initio Green's function theory
  1. Phys. Rev. C 72, 014613 (2005)
  2. Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 202502 (2009)
Nir BarneaPhotodisintegration of light nuclei
Daniel BayeThe R-matrix method: a tool for studying the continuum
  1. Rep. Prog. Phys. 73 (2010) 036301.
Victor EfrosLorentz integral transform method for nuclear reactions
Paul FallonMany-body correlations observed through EM transitions in heavy C isotopes
Alexandra GadeTesting ab-initio structure calculations with knockout reactions on p-shell nuclei
Eduardo GarridoComplex scaling method, three-body resonances and decay mechanisms
Michail GolovkovCorrelation studies of light unbound systems
Dieter HeissThe Physics of Exceptional Points
Renato HigaHalo EFT for neutron radiative capture on lithium-7
Wataru HoriuchiDescription of nuclear reactions with realistic interactions using a square integrable basis
Aksel JensenObservables from three-body decay of nuclear resonances
Alejandro KievskyVariational description of continuum states in terms of integral relations
Johannes KirscherDependence of low-energy Nucleon-alpha scattering on two- and three-body interactions
Magdalena KowalskaCorrelation and clustering observed through ground-state properties of exotic nuclei
  1. Phys. Rev. Lett 101 (2008) 132502.
Miguel Marques,Three-body correlations in the breakup of 8He and 14Be at GANIL
  1. Phys. Rev. C 64 (2001) 061301.
Ulf MeissnerAb initio calculation of the Hoyle state
Nicolas MichelGamow shell model and models mixing shell model and reaction theory
  1. J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 37 (2010) 064042
  2. J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 36 (2009) 013101
Akram MukhamedzhanovFinite-range correlations, nuclear reactions and scattering and spectroscopic information
Petr NavrátilApplications of the ab initio no-core shell model/resonating group method to deuteron-induced reactions
  1. arXiv:1009.3965
  2. Phys. Rev. C 83 (2011) 044609
Witek NazarewiczComplex-energy shell model description of light nuclei
Thomas NeffContinuum and correlations in Fermionic Molecular Dynamics
Thomas PapenbrockToward model-independent nuclear-structure computations
Marek PloszajczakNear-threshold Configuration Interaction Effects in Nuclear Open Quantum Systems
Sofia QuaglioniThe ab initio no-core shell model / resonating-group method and its applications to nucleon-nucleus scattering
Grigory RogachevAlpha-clustering in light non-self-conjugate nuclei
Jimmy RotureauEffective Field Theory for light nuclear systems
Achim SchwenkThree-nucleon forces and neutron-rich oxygen and calcium isotopes
Haik SimonRemnants of Haloes - correlation studies across the dripline
Stefan TypelCorrelations in nuclear matter - formation and dissolution of clusters
Michele VivianiStudy of the continuum in A=4 systems
Alexander VolyaInterplay between structure and reactions in open quantum many-body systems
Mikhail ZhukovGround-state two-proton radioactivity and related topics
  1. Phys. Rev. C 80 (2009) 034602
  2. Phys. Rev. C 82 (2010) 014615