Advances in experimental and theoretical studies of heavy, very heavy and super-heavy nuclei

16-19 November 2015 

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PROGRAM          ProgESNTHeavyNuclei05nov15.pdf

 

Organizers:  Ch. Theisen (CEA-Saclay, SPhN contact, christophe.theisen at cea.fr), E. Clément (GANIL), M. Bender (CENBG).

 

The upgrade or construction of several new devices for prompt spectroscopy (e.g. the AGATA array, the VAMOS Gas-Filled separator at GANIL, SAGE coupled to RITU and MARA at the University of Jyväskylä) will present unprecedented means to study the heaviest elements: collective states throughout the chart of nuclei and will allow for the detailed study of shape coexistence, K isomerism, the evolution of moments of inertia with angular momentum, and the role of intruder states for these phenomena. We propose to have overviews of experimental (theoretical) techniques with an emphasis on observables in a direct link with theory (experiment), in a realistic way. We expect that new ideas will emerge from the workshop on both experimental and technical sides even if very challenging (also on both sides). Perspectives on a longer term should be discussed, e.g. with future (radioactive beam) facilities.

 

 

Exposés -TALKS

 


• M. Bender (CENBG Bordeaux, France), Mean-field-based tools for the description of excited states of heavy nuclei

Bender_esntNov2015.pdf

 

• M. Sandzelius (University of Jyväskylä, Finland), Overview of recent and future experiments of transfermium nuclei in the deformed region around N=152     Sandzelius_esntNov2015.pdf

 


• B. Sulignano (CEA Saclay, France), Investigation of high-K states in transfermium nuclei Sulignano_esntNov2015.pdf


• A. Afanasjev. (Mississippi State University, USA), From actinides to superheavy nuclei:benchmarking theory and addressing theoretical uncertainties  Afanasjev_esntNov2015.pdf


• J. Piot (GANIL, Caen, France),  Investigation on the collectivity in the transfermium region Piot_esntNov2015.pdf

 

• C. Scholey (University of Jyväskylä, Finland), Selective techniques for Gamma-ray Spectroscopy, using gas-filled separators


• J. Pakarinen (University of Jyväskylä, Finland), In-beam spectroscopy in the neutron-deficient Pb region

 

• B. Cederwall (KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden), Probing quadrupole and octupole collectivity, superallowed alpha decays and cluster radioactivity in the N~Z, Te-Ce region with the next generation recoil-decay tagging experiments.
 
• A. Poves (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain), Shape Coexistence: A Shell Model View  Poves_esntNov2015.pdf

 

• P. Van Isacker (GANIL, Caen, France), Aligned neutron-proton pairs in N=Z nuclei Isacker_esntNov2015.pdf


• P.-H. Heenen (Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium), Effects of the introduction of correlations beyond a mean-field approach in the description of heavy nuclei

 

• B. Birkenbach (IKP Köln, Germany), Spectroscopy of heavy nuclei after multi-nucleon transfer reactions Birkenbach_esntNov2015.pdf


• C. Fransen (IKP Köln, Germany), Exploring heavy nuclei from lifetime measurements of excited states Fransen_esntNov2015.pdf

 

 

• Th. Duguet (CEA Saclay France, KU Leuven Belgium and MSU USA), Non-observable nature of the nuclear shell structure: meaning, illustrations and consequences Duguet_esntNov2015.pdf

• E. Clément (GANIL, Caen, France), Quadrupole collectivity: A probe for nuclear structure studies around 100Sn   Clement_esntNov2015.pdf

 

• L. Robledo (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain), Octupole correlations in Heavy and SuperHeavy nuclei Robledo_esntNov2015.pdf


• J. Ljungvall (CSNSM Orsay, France), Lifetime measurements of excited states in (super)-heavy nuclei Ljungvall_esntNov2015.pdf


• T. Niksic (University of Zagreb, Croatia), Relativistic Nuclear Energy Density Functionals: applications in the region of heavy nuclei


• G. Henning (IPHC Strasbourg, France), Stability of V&SHE: fission barrier measurements  Henning_esntNov2015.pdf


• J.P Delaroche (CEA Bruyères le Châtel, France), Two- and four-quasiparticle states in Z = 94-112 nuclei with HFB/D1S calculation,    Delaroche_esntNov2015.pdf

 

 

Program 

(version 5th November) 
 

 

Room 135

Monday

16th Nov.

Tuesday

17th

Wed.

18th  Nov.

Thursday

19th Nov.

09h15-

10h15

Coffee

Welcome

C. Scholey B. Birkenbach T. Niksic

10h15-

10h30

Coffee Break

10h30-

11h30

M. Bender

J. Pakarinen  C. Frensen   G. Henning

11h30-

12h30

M. Sandzelius B. Cederwall Th. Duguet

N. Pillet

12h30-

14h00

 Lunch  Lunch 

14h00-

15h00

B. Sulignano A. Poves E. Clément

 

General discussion:

Future

experimental

and theoretical

trends

15h00-

15h15

Coffee Break

15h15-

16h15

A. Afanasjev P. Van Isacker L. Robledo

16h15-

17h15

J. Piot 

P.-H. Heenen J. Ljungvall
17h15 Free discussions  

 

 

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