Nuclear Physics Group
Department of Physics, University of Surrey, Guildford, UK
Seminar programme: Autumn - Winter 2018 - 2019
The Surrey Nuclear Physics Group (NPG) holds regular seminars in experimental,
theoretical and applied nuclear physics. Future seminars and other research activities
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Seminars usually take place at the University of Surrey. The regular venue is the Physics
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Forthcoming Conferences and Schools
The next European Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics (EFB24) will be held
at the University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom, from 2nd to 6th September 2019.
This will be the 24th edition of this conference series which has, most recently, taken
place in Aarhus (2016), Krakow (2013), Salamanca (2010), and Pisa (2007).
First circular is available here
Forthcoming seminars and events
22nd January 2019 at 14.00
in Room 30BB03
Theory (DFT) in nuclear physics. In recent years, the functionals that have been developed
have reached a quite high level of sophistication. I will explain the
attempts by our group
ground-state and excited-state properties. The focus will be on isospin as well as spin-
isospin excitations of finite nuclei. I will also touch upon isospin symmetry and its breaking.
Finally, a link with the properties of the nuclear equation of state, whose relevance is also
related to the recent new signals from neutron stars, will be established.
many-body theory. I will describe our models based on the extension of DFT that take
care of further correlations, I will discuss which observables do call for such extension,
and draw an analogy with the GW-method for electronic systems. In fact, a
The seminar organiser is Dr Natasha Timofeyuk
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