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Frontiers in Nuclear and Hadronic Physics

Feb, 26 2018 - Mar, 09 2018

Apply (deadline: Dec, 15 2017)


The school is primarily addressed to Ph.D. students in Theoretical Nuclear and Hadronic Physics. Participation of experimentalists and post-docs is also encouraged. The 2018 edition will be devoted to Nuclear Physics, providing a pedagogical introduction to the basic concepts and tools needed for carrying out research in nuclear structure, nuclear reactions and nuclear astrophysics, The lectures will emphasize the intimate connections among these fields, giving much attention to the interpretation of experimental data. Various theoretical frameworks for the study of nuclear systems will be presented, including both ab initio and more phenomenological approaches.


Organizers
Francesco Becattini (University and INFN, Firenze)
Ignazio Bombaci (University and INFN, Pisa)
Angela Bonaccorso (INFN, Pisa)
Maria Colonna (INFN,LNS)
Marzia Nardi (INFN, Torino)
Giovanni Salmè (INFN, Roma)
Elena Santopinto (INFN, Genova)
Enrico Vigezzi (INFN, Milano)

Contact
angela.bonaccorso@df.unipi.it
enrico.vigezzi@mi.infn.it

Website
http://fnhp-school.mi.infn.it




Abstract
The school is primarily addressed to Ph.D. students in Theoretical Nuclear and Hadronic Physics. Participation of experimentalists and post-docs is also encouraged. The 2018 edition will be devoted to Nuclear Physics, and the will provide a pedagogical introduction to the basic concepts and tools needed for carrying out research in nuclear structure, nuclear reactions and nuclear astrophysics, stressing the intimate connections among these fields and giving much attention to the interpretation of experimental data. Various theoretical frameworks for the study of nuclear systems will be presented, including both ab initio and more phenomenological approaches.


Topics
Francisco Barranco, University of Sevilla: Many-body theory and low energy spectroscopy
Horst Lenske, University of Giessen: Theory and applications of nuclear direct reactions
Gabriel Martinez Pinedo, Technical University, Darmstadt: Stellar nucleosynthesis
Petr Navratil, TRIUMF, Vancouver: Ab initio methods in nuclear physics
Cedric Simenel, Australian National University, Canberra: Microscopic dynamical approaches to nuclear reactions