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Frontiers in Nuclear and Hadronic Physics

Feb, 24 2014 - Mar, 07 2014




Organizers
Francesco Becattini (University of Firenze) - Ignazio Bombaci (University of Pisa) - Angela Bonaccorso (INFN - Pisa) - Giampaolo Co (Unisalento - Lecce) - Maria Colonna (INFN - LNS) - Gianni Salmè (INFN - Roma1) - Elena Santopinto (INFN - Genova) - Enrico Vigezzi (INFN - Milano)

Website
http://poincare.unisalento.it/ggi/




Abstract
The lectures are primarily addressed to Ph.D. students in Theoretical Nuclear and Hadronic Physics. Participation of experimentalists and post-docs is also encouraged. The goal of the lectures is to provide a pedagogical introduction to the basic concepts and tools needed for research in nuclear structure and nuclear reactions. The ingredients of modern theories suited to investigate the behavior of normal to exotic nuclei will be presented. A part of the lectures will also illustrate how nuclear properties evolve when heating nuclei and, more generally, the response of nuclear matter in several conditions of density and temperature, as encountered in compact stellar objects.


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Lecturers


Michele Viviani (Pisa),Luigi Coraggio, (Napoli):
From nucleon-nucleon to nucleon-nucleus interactions: from light to heavy nuclei.

Dario Vretenar (Zagreb, Croatia):
Many-body methods: from normal to exotic nuclei.

Francesca Gulminelli (Caen, France):
Thermal properties of nuclear systems.

Carlos Bertulani (Commerce, Texas, USA):
Nuclear structure information from peripheral reactions.

Fridolin Weber (San Diego, CA, USA)
Physics of Neutron Stars .


Talks
Feb, 24 2014 - 10:00 Michele Viviani From nucleon-nucleon to nucleon-nucleus interactions: from light to heavy nuclei. I Lecture Slides
Feb, 25 2014 - 10:00 Michele Viviani From nucleon-nucleon to nucleon-nucleus interactions: from light to heavy nuclei. II Lecture
Feb, 26 2014 - 10:00 Michele Viviani From nucleon-nucleon to nucleon-nucleus interactions: from light to heavy nuclei. III Lecture
Feb, 26 2014 - 11:00 Luigi Coraggio From nucleon-nucleon to nucleon-nucleus interactions: from light to heavy nuclei. III Lecture Slides
Feb, 27 2014 - 11:00 Dario Vretenar Many-body methods: from normal to exotic nuclei. IV Lecture
Feb, 28 2014 - 11:00 Dario Vretenar Many-body methods: from normal to exotic nuclei. V Lecture
Feb, 27 2014 - 11:00 Francesca Gulminelli Thermal properties of nuclear systems. I Lecture Slides
Feb, 28 2014 - 10:00 Francesca Gulminelli Thermal properties of nuclear systems. II Lecture
Feb, 24 2014 - 14:00 Dario Vretenar Many-body methods: from normal to exotic nuclei. I Lecture Slides
Feb, 25 2014 - 14:00 Dario Vretenar Many-body methods: from normal to exotic nuclei. II Lecture
Feb, 26 2014 - 14:00 Dario Vretenar Many-body methods: from normal to exotic nuclei. III Lecture
Feb, 27 2014 - 14:00 Luigi Coraggio From nucleon-nucleon to nucleon-nucleus interactions: from light to heavy nuclei. IV Lecture
Feb, 28 2014 - 14:00 Luigi Coraggio From nucleon-nucleon to nucleon-nucleus interactions: from light to heavy nuclei. V Lecture
Mar, 03 2014 - 09:00 Francesca Gulminelli Thermal properties of nuclear systems. III Lecture
Mar, 03 2014 - 11:00 Carlos Bertulani Nuclear structure information from peripheral reactions. I Lecture Slides
Mar, 03 2014 - 14:00 Fridolin Weber Physics of Neutron Stars. I Lecture Slides
Mar, 04 2014 - 09:00 Fridolin Weber Physics of Neutron Stars. II Lecture Slides
Mar, 04 2014 - 11:00 Francesca Gulminelli Thermal properties of nuclear systems. IV Lecture
Mar, 04 2014 - 14:00 Carlos Bertulani Nuclear structure information from peripheral reactions. II Lecture
Mar, 05 2014 - 10:00 Carlos Bertulani Nuclear structure information from peripheral reactions. III Lecture
Mar, 05 2014 - 14:00 Fridolin Weber Physics of Neutron Stars. III Lecture
Mar, 06 2014 - 10:00 Fridolin Weber Physics of Neutron Stars. IV Lecture
Mar, 05 2014 - 16:00 Massimiliano Razzano High-energy pulsars in the Fermi era Seminar In its first five years of operations, the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope has revolutionized our view of the gamma-ray Universe. Thanks to its unprecedented performance, Fermi has detected about two thousand sources and unveiled new classes of gamma-ray emitters. In particular, pulsars are the main contributors to the gamma-ray source population in our Galaxy and are relevant not only to Astrophysics. In fact, they are excellent natural laboratories to probe the laws of Physics under extreme conditions, e.g. of gravity and elecromagnetic fields. I will review the recent Fermi results on pulsars and how they are helping us to understand the physics of neutron stars and their magnetospheres.
Mar, 06 2014 - 14:00 Carlos Bertulani Nuclear structure information from peripheral reactions. IV Lecture
Mar, 07 2014 - 09:00 Carlos Bertulani Nuclear structure information from peripheral reactions. V Lecture
Mar, 07 2014 - 11:00 Fridolin Weber Physics of Neutron Stars. V Lecture