FRONTIERS IN NUCLEAR AND HADRONIC PHYSICS
School at the Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics
Florence, March 1 - March 12, 2021
The school is primarily addressed to Ph.D. students in Theoretical Nuclear and Hadronic Physics. The participation of experimentalists and post-docs is also encouraged. The 2021 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.
Four one-hour lectures will be scheduled each morning, for a total amount of about forty hours, over two weeks. Presentations will be given on the blackboard, with the support of slides. The afternoon will be devoted to exercises, study, and discussions with lecturers and senior participants. Some seminars, mostly by experimentalists, will also be organized. A desk and standard research facilities will be provided to all participants.
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DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION:
31 DECEMBER 2020
GIANLUCA COLO' (Milano Univ.):             Density functional theory methods for nuclear physics
ALESSANDRO DRAGO (Ferrara Univ.):     Dense nuclear matter in neutron stars
ANTONIO MORO (Sevilla Univp;             Modelling nuclear reactions probing the structure of exotic nuclei
FRANCESCO PEDERIVA (Trento Univ):    New computational approaches to nuclear physics
ROBERT ROTH (Darmstadt Univ.):           Ab initio calculations of nuclear structure
Francesco Becattini (Firenze Univ. & INFN)         Ignazio Bombaci (Pisa Univ. & INFN)
Angela Bonaccorso (INFN Pisa)                          Maria Colonna (INFN LNS)
Vincenzo Greco (Catania Univ. & INFN)              Giovanni Salmè (INFN Roma)
Elena Santopinto (INFN Genova)                        Enrico Vigezzi (INFN Milano)