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Monday

 January 7th

 

Ron Johnson

U-Surrey

Transfer Reactions with Deuterons

Pierre Descouvemont

ULB Brussels

Challenges for three-body scattering problems

Winfried Leidemann

U-Trento

Study of reactions with the Lorentz integral transform (LIT) method

Mahir Hussein MPI Dresden

Absorption-fluctuation theorem for nuclear reactions

Raquel Crespo

IST Lisbon

Faddeev multiple scattering calculations for proton elastic and

break-up scattering from halo nuclei

Tuesday

 January 8th

Antonio Fonseca

U-Lisbon

Three-body approach to direct nuclear reactions

Joaquin Gomez Camacho

U-Sevilla

Algebraic approach to the scattering with internal degrees of freedom

Marek Ploszajczak (Lead)

GANIL

Post Helsinki: FP7 Network and Joint Research Initiatives

Antonio Moro

U-Sevilla

Extracting spectroscopic information from transfer reactions involving

weakly bound nuclei

Pierre Capel

ULB Brussels

Analysis of 8B break-up experiments with a Dynamical Eikonal

Approximation

Wednesday

 January 9th

Marek Ploszajczak

GANIL

Many-body calculations for weakly-bound and unbound states

Jimmy Rotureau

ORNL

Density Matrix Renormalization Group Approach for many body open

quantum systems

Sofia Quaglione

LLNL

Extending the ab initio no-core shell model to the continuum via the

resonating-group method

Gaute Hagen

ORNL

Coupled-Cluster Approach to Nuclear Structure

Markus Stauf

U-Manchester

Coupled cluster method with a hardcore potential for finite nuclei

Thursday

 January 10th

Paul Stevenson

U-Surrey

Time-Dependent Hartree-Fock for structure and reactions

Arnau Rios Huguet

NSCL/MSU

A time-dependent Green's functions approach to nuclear reactions

Hermann Wolter

U-Munich

The nuclear symmetry energy at low density

Marcella Grasso

Orsay

Evolution of proton states in neutron-rich Ca and Ar isotopes

Jeff Tostevin

U-Surrey

Observing correlations using reactions

Friday

 January 11th

Giuseppina Orlandini  

U-Trento

Ab-initio (LIT) method for reactions in the continuum and applications

Haik Simon

GSI

Correlation studies in 3-body halo break-up reactions

Manuela Rodriguez Gallardo

U-Lisbon

Standard four-body CDCC calculations

Jim Al-Khalili

U-Surrey

The two-potential approach to one-proton emission

(updated 21 January 2008)

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