Faculty of Physics, Hanoi University of Science


Seminar: Nuclei from scratch: Ab initio nuclear structure and emergent symmetries

Email In PDF.
Xem kết quả: / 0
Bình thườngTuyệt vời 
Bộ môn Tin Vật lý thuộc Khoa Vật lý, trường Đại học Khoa học Tự nhiên Hà nội trân trọng kính mời quý vị đến dự seminar khoa học tháng 10/2017 do Khoa Vật lý tài trợ
Seminar tháng 10/2017 sẽ được tổ chức theo lịch như sau:
Ngày: 02/10/2017 (Thứ 2)
Giờ: từ 2 giờ 00 chiều đến 3 giờ 00 chiều
Địa điểm: Phòng 408F, nhà T1, 334 Nguyễn Trãi

Speaker: Prof. Mark A. Caprio (Department of Physics, University of Notre Dame, USA)

Title: Nuclei from scratch: Ab initio nuclear structure and emergent symmetries

Abstract: Atomic nuclei are highly-correlated, nonperturbative quantum many-body systems. A rich variety of collective phenomena emerge from the correlations in the nuclear many-body wave function, from pair condensation and superfluidity to the formation of tightly-bound cluster substructures within the nucleus. A successful theoretical description of these phenomena must encompass multi-scale physics, involving interactions and correlations at multiple length, momentum, and energy scales.
Our goal in an ab initio (that is, “from the beginning”) theoretical treatment of nuclei is to predict nuclear phenomena, in quantitative detail, starting from the underlying physics of the internucleon interactions.  However, as we consider nuclei with larger numbers of nucleons, and as we attempt to improve the resolution of the treatment, the dimension of the many-body problem rapidly explodes and becomes intractible. We must therefore seek out approaches which allow us to efficiently describe the correlations in the nuclear many-body wave function.
This talk will provide an introduction to ab initio nuclear theory in the no-core configuration interaction (NCCI) framework. We will explore the emergence of nuclear rotation and of “symplectic” symmetry in the nuclear wave function.
Trân trọng,
Bộ môn Tin Vật lý.
Download this file (Poster_seminar_Oct_2017.pdf)Poster[Poster]487 Kb