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Workshop on “Recent Developments on Nuclear Density Functional Theory”

2019-11-27  澳门线上真人赌博网址

November 29th, 2019, Lanzhou University, China
 
 
We are pleased to announce that the workshop on “Recent Developments on Density Functional Theory” will be held at Lanzhou University in Lanzhou, China on November 29th (Friday), 2019, hosted by School of Nuclear Science and Technology, Lanzhou University (LZU). This workshop aims at intensive discussions on recent developments in nuclear density functional theories and its applications on nuclear shell evolution, nuclear excitations, as well as neutron star properties. This workshop will include the following topics:
 
·        Nuclear density functionals
·        Nuclear excitations and gamma decay
·        Shell evolution in exotic nuclei
·        Hypernuclei
·        Superheavy nuclei
·        Nuclear weak interaction processes
·        Neutron star and equation of state
·        …
 
 
Organizers:
Wenhui Long  
Hongfei Zhang 
Baoyuan Sun  
Yifei Niu
Zhiheng Wang
 
Contact:
Yifei Niu (Email: niuyf@lzu.edu.cn)
Zhiheng Wang (Email: Wangzhh2013@lzu.edu.cn)
 
 
 
November 4th, 2019
 
 
 
Workshop Program
Room 321, School of Nuclear Physics and Technology, Lanzhou University
Chair: Hongfei Zhang (Lanzhou Uni.)
08:30-08:40
Welcome
Wenhui Long (Lanzhou Univ.)
08:40-09:20
(30+10)
EoS from terrestrial experiments: static and dynamic polarizations of nuclear density
Hiroyuki Sagawa (Aizu Univ. & RIKEN)
09:20-09:45
(15+10)
Generalized Isobaric Multiplet Mass Equation and its applications
Jianmin Dong (IMP)
09:45-10:10
Effects of tensor force on nuclear spin-isospin excitations in covariant density functional theory
ZhihengWang (Lanzhou Univ.)
10:10-10:40
Break, photo
Chair: Baoyuan Sun (Lanzhou Uni.)
10:40-11:05
The correlations between nucleons and their influence on the superfluidity in nuclear matter
Xinle Shang (IMP)
11:05-11:30
Pseudospin symmetry restoration and the in-medium balance between nuclear attraction and repulsion
Jing Geng (Lanzhou Univ.)
11:30-11:55
New magicity in neutron-rich mid-mass nuclei  with -tensor couplings
Bin Wei (Lanzhou Univ.)
11:55-12:20
New magicity N=32 and 34 due to the strong couplings between Dirac inversion partners
Jia Liu (Lanzhou Univ.)
12:20-14:00
Lunch Break
Chair: Wei Zuo (IMP)
14:00-14:40
(A few) new ideas and tests for nuclear Energy Density Functionals
Gianluca Colo (Milan Univ.)
14:40-15:05
Numerical theory for allowed beta decay
Dongliang Fang (IMP)
15:05-15:30
An improved empirical formula for -decay half-lives
Jungang Deng (Lanzhou Univ.)
15:30-16:00
Break
Chair: Wenhui Long (Lanzhou Univ.)
16:00-16:25
Relativistic random phase approximation description of magnetic dipole resonance
Shiyao Chang(Lanzhou Univ.)
16:25-16:50
Description of single Λ hypernuclei in the RHF theory
Zhuang Qian(Lanzhou Univ.)
16:50-17:15
Microscopic study on the -decay of nuclear giant resonances
Wanli Lv(Lanzhou Univ.)
17:15-17:40
The Landau parameters in the relativistic mean-field theory
Xiangdong Sun(Lanzhou Univ.)
17:40-18:05
Correlations between nuclear dipole excitations and symmetry energy in Tin isotopes
Zhengzheng Li(Lanzhou Univ.)
18:05-18:10
Closing
19:00-22:00
Banquet

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