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Physics beyond the limits of stability: exploring the continuum

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Monday, 17 October, 2016 - 09:00 to Friday, 21 October, 2016 - 13:00
Location: 
ECT* Conference room
Abstract: 

The study of nuclei far from stability is one of the most active domains in nuclear physics today. In particular, the advent in recent years of facilities such as the RIKEN Radioactive Ion Beam Factory has provided a step change in our ability to study the most exotic systems. In parallel, advances in theoretical approaches coupled with dramatically increasing computational capabilities are providing for ever more sophisticated and realistic modelling of light (A<50) nuclei away from stability. The focus of the present workshop will be those systems lying beyond the
limits of stability with emphasis on neutron-rich systems. Quite apart from the extreme tests that their structure provides for the models, the influence of the continuum, together with the increasing importance of the effects of 3 nucleon forces has become apparent. Beyond issues related to their spectroscopy, new phenomena are expected to occur, including, perhaps most intriguingly, correlations (such as dineutron-like configurations) between the unbound valence nucleons. In addition, while two-proton radioactivity is now reasonably well established, two-neutron radioactivity remains an open issue. Interestingly, several light two-proton emitters are mirrors of two-neutron halo systems and we also propose to contrast recent progress in understanding the two phenomena. Finally, the possibility of multi-nucleon correlations, in particular, those involving 4 neutrons, remain to be seriously investigated. 

The workshop will aim to bring together leading players in the field with the goal of exchanging the latest results and developments, as well as looking forward tothe next steps – both theoretically and experimentally. 

Registration period: 
15 Aug 2016 to 28 Sep 2016

Organizers

Angela Bonaccorso INFN Pisa
Nigel Orr LPC Caen

Attendees

Last nameFirst nameInstitutionCountry of Institution
BarrettBruceUniversity of ArizonaUSA
blanchonguillaumeCEA,DAM,DIFFrance
BrinkDavidDepartment Theoretical Physics, Oxford UniversityUK
CarbonellJaumeCNRSFrance
CasalJesúsUniversidad de SevillaSpain
CavallaroManuelaINFNItalian
Dohet-EralyJeremy Dohet-EralyINFNItaly
FukuiTokuroIstituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare Sezione di NapoliItaly
GrigorenkoLeonidJINRРоссия
HaginoKouichiTohoku UniversityJapan
HiyamaEmikoRIKENJapan
HupinGuillaumeCEAFRANCE
KanungoRituparnaSaint Mary's UniversityCanada
KikuchiYumaOsaka City UniversityJapan
KobayashiYoshihikoNiigata UniversityJapan
KubotaYukiRIKEN Nishina CenterJapan
LenskeHorstUniv. GiessenGermany
LindbergSimonChalmers University of TechnologySweden
LovellAmyMichigan State University/NSCLUSA
MarquésFrancisco MiguelLPC-CaenFrance
NakamuraTakashiTokyo Institute of TechnologyJapan
OrrNigelLPC-CaenFrance
PloszajczakMarekGANILFrance
RiisagerKarstenDept of physics and astronomy, Aarhus UniversityDenmark
RogachevGrigoryTexas A&M UniversityUSA
SharovPavelJoint Institute for Nuclear ResearchRussia
SharovPavelJoint Institute for Nuclear ResearchRussia
ShimouraSusumuThe University of TokyoJapan
ShirokovAndreyLomonosov Moscow State UniversityRussia
VigezziEnricoINFNItaly
VolyaAlexanderFlorida State UniversityUSA
WamersFelixGSIGermany
WuosmaaAlanUniversity of ConnecticutUSA