EMMI program

Halo Physics at the Neutron Drip Line

The scientific program will start on Monday, January 27, 2013 and run until Friday, February 21. We plan to have one talk per day followed by a discussion session. The discussion will be lead by the speaker, and will therefore give every participant the opportunity to have her or his most important issues to be addressed.

During the program we intend to organize a one week workshop: "Threshold Physics at the Neutron Drip Line", for theorists and experimentalists. During this workshop, progress on topics related to the program will be reviewed and possible future experiments will be discussed. The workshop is scheduled for the second week of the program (Feb 3-7). It will start around 9 am on Monday, and end just after lunch on Friday.

Workshop schedule

Please download the workshop schedule (updated 2014-01-31) below.
Each speaker will have approximately 45 minutes which includes up to 15 minutes in discussion time. schedule
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Program schedule

Each speaker will have 45 min for presentation (including questions). We encourage much discussions, and there will also be opportunities to continue these after the presentations. 10: 45
Week 1
Mon 27/01
10:00 Stefanos Paschalis TU Darmstadt Quasifree scattering reactions in inverse kinematics as a tool for spectroscopic studies
Tue 28/01
10:00 Riza Ogul Selcuk University Probing the isospin dependence of the symmetry energy in nuclear reactions
Wed 29/01
10:00 Daniel Sääf Chalmers University Core+N+N overlap functions in Helium-6 from No-Core Shell Model
10:45 Shisheng Zhang Beihang University, Beijing Microscopic self-consistent study of neutron-deficient and neutron-rich Neon isotopes with resonant contributions
Thu 30/01
10:00 Yulia Lashko Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kiev Unusual manifestations of the Pauli principle in scattering of atomic nuclei
Fri 31/01
10:00 Leonid Grigorenko FLNR, Dubna Few-body phenomena near driplines
10:45 Jacob Johansen TU Darmstadt Transfer reactions using the two halo nuclei 11Be and 2H
Week 2
Mon 3/02 to Fri 7/02 WORKSHOP
Week 3
Mon 10/02
10:00 Kevin Fossez Ganil Bound and resonant states of dipolar molecules studied with the Berggren expansion method
Tue 11/02
10:00 Ana Henrique University of Lisbon Breakup of the halo nucleus 11Be at Quasi-Free Scattering kinematical conditions
10:45 Chieh Jen Yang ECT * Recent progress on EFT approach to nuclear structure calculation
Wed 12/02
10:00 Guillaume Hupin LLNL Recent progress towards ab initio calculations of light-nuclei reactions.
Thu 13/02
10:00 Raquel Crespo University of Lisbon Dynamics and structure interplay for the scattering of halo nuclei.
Fri 14/02
10:00 Yulia Parfenova FLNR, Dubna Role of correlation effects in 3- body halo systems in the Coulomb and nuclear induced reactions.
Week 4
Mon 17/02
10:00 Francisco Barranco University of Seville Coupling of core excitated states and single-particle continuum in halo nuclei
Tue 18/02
10:00 Jeremy Holt University of Washington Nuclear few-body systems in a discrete variable representation basis
Wed 19/02
10:00 Enrico Vigezzi INFN, Pisa Interplay of collective and quasi particle degrees of freedom in nuclear structure and reactions: from the stability valley to the drip line and halo nuclei
Thu 20/02
10:00 Alessandro Lovato ANL Neutral current response function from light nuclei to infinite neutron matter
Fri 21/02
10:00 Arnoldas Deltuva University of Lisbon Reactions with halo nuclei: effects of the core excitation