Laser spectroscopy as a tool for nuclear theories

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October 7-11th

 

PROGRAM   ProgramLaserSpectro2019.pdf

 

 

Organizers: R. Ferrer (KU Leuven), R. Garcia Ruiz (CERN), V. Somà (DPhN, contact), M. Vandebrouck (DPhN, contact)

 

The main goals of the workshop are:
1. To review recent experimental progress and discuss perspectives of forthcoming campaigns;
2. To analyse the impact of precision data on the development of theoretical models;
3. To explore novel ground-state properties that could be inferred from next generation laser spectroscopy measurements.

 

The meeting takes place over five days.

The first day is devoted to introductory lectures on basics of laser spectroscopy and theoretical tools relevant to related observables.

In the following days five or six experimental/theoretical talks per day will be presented, interspaced with ample time for discussion. 

 

 

Program (updated 6th August)

 

Introductory lectures


+ Piet van Duppen (KU Leuven), Introduction to laser spectroscopy
+ Thomas Duguet (CEA Saclay), Theoretical description of nuclear observables accessible via laser spectroscopy


Talks


+ Carlo Barbieri (Univ. of Surrey), Radii and spectroscopy of medium-mass nuclei from Green’s Function theory
+ Michael Bender (IPN Lyon), Recent progress in EDF calculations for heavy nuclei
+ Mark Bissell (The Univ. of Manchester), The hyperfine anomaly and the distribution of neutrons
+ B. Alex Brown (MSU), Mirror nuclei, nucleon skins and the equation of state of nuclear matter
+ Jacek Dobaczewski (The Univ. of York), Nuclear Magnetic Moments in EDF approaches
+ Rafael Ferrer (KU Leuven), In-gas-jet laser spectroscopy
+ Kieran Flanagan (The Univ. of Manchester), Collinear laser spectroscopy techniques

+ Dag Hanstorp (University of Gothenburg), High-precision spectroscopy of Negative ions

+ Jason D. Holt (TRIUMF), Laser spectroscopy as a stringent test for nuclear interactions
+ Mustapha Laatiaoui (Univ. Mainz), Towards ion mobility measurements of actinides
+ Valérie Lapoux (CEA Saclay), Elastic proton scattering and matter radii
+ Nathalie Lecesne (GANIL), Laser spectroscopy at S3
+ Kei Minamisono (MSU/NSCL), Recent laser spectroscopy results at NSCL
+ Iain Moore (Univ. of Jyväskylä), Laser spectroscopy studies at Jyväskylä
+ Peter Müller (ANL, Argonne), Laser spectroscopy of few-nucleon systems
+ Gerda Neyens (CERN/KU Leuven), Nuclear moments for nuclear structure studies
+ Wilfried Nörtershäuser (TU Darmstadt), Laser spectroscopy of highly charged ions
+ Takaharu Otsuka (The Univ. of Tokyo), Precision nuclear structure via the Monte-Carlo shell model
+ Sophie Péru (CEA DAM Bruyères-le-Châtel), Role of precision measurements in designing energy density functionals
+ Xavier Roca Maza (Univ. Degli Studi di Milano, INFN), How does nuclear structure constrain the equation of state of nuclear matter?
+ Bijaya Sahoo (Physical Research Laboratory, Navrangpura), Recent progress and challenges in atomic coupled cluster theory
+ David Verney (IPN Orsay), Perspectives for laser spectroscopy and electron scattering at Orsay
+ Deyan Yordanov (IPN Orsay), Laser Induced Nuclear Orientation

 

 

 

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