Proceedings of the XXIII International

Nuclear Theory

Workshop on Nuclear Theory

Edited By S. Dimitrova

December 2004

Heron Press

ISBN: 9545801705

382 pages, Illustrated, 6 ½" x 9 ½"

$250.00 Hardcover

The Twenty Third International Workshop on Nuclear Theory was held from June 14 to June 19, 2004 in the Rila Mountains, Bulgaria. Following the tradition this meeting was devoted mainly to those topics of nuclear physics which are studied and developed in the Nuclear Theory Laboratory of the Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. Colleagues from three continents who work on similar subjects took part in the workshop.

In friendly atmosphere and beautiful environment new results on nuclear theory and experiment as well as achievements of fruitful collaborations were discussed. New joint projects for research were initiated. Young scientists and students had the opportunity to contact prominent physicists. The main topics of discussion were: nucleon-nucleon correlation effects on nuclear structure and reactions, exactly solvable models, exotic nuclei and few-body systems, algebraic methods, and nuclear structure and clustering phenomena.PARTIAL CONTENTS:

Short-range nucleon-nucleon correlations in knockout experiemnts, in photon-, electron-, nucleus reations.

Superscaling in nuclei beyond relativistic Fermi Gas Model.

Green's fuction approach to (e,e') reactions.

A(e, e'p) B experiemnts. High-energy hadronic interaction processes.

Exactly-solvable Richardson-Gaudin Models.

Solving extactly solvable pairing models.

Modified Faddeev-Noble equations for the three-body coulombic problem.

Charge form factors of neutron-rich light exotic nuclei.

Parity shift & fine rotation structure in the spectra of nuclei with octupole deformations.

Prolate to oblate shape phase transitions.

Cluster-coexistence in nuclei.

Nuclei witrh critical point symmetries in rare-earth region.

Entropy & high-lying sinlge-particle modes.

Cluster structure of deformed nuclei.

Chaos and 1/f noise in nuclear spectra.

Physics

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