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Lecture Room T5, 1/F, Meng Wah Complex (The University of Hong Kong)
Lecture Room T5, 1/F, Meng Wah Complex
The University of Hong Kong
Obtaining information on neutron-proton (np) correlations in nuclei is a long-standing ambition in nuclear physics. The interest in np correlations stems not only from the necessity to fully-understand the isospin T=0 part of nuclear interaction and the interplay between T=0 and T=1 nucleon pairs, but also from their considerable impact on nuclear structure and astrophysical nucleosynthesis. The recent experiments with new techniques and theoretical advances have driven the studies of neutron-proton correlations into new era.
The RIBF Discussion with topics of neutron-proton correlation will be held for the first time outside Japan. RIBF Discussion consists of two lectures (1 theoretical and 1 experimental), which will be delivered by Dr Kenichi Yoshida (Niigata University) and Dr Atsushi Tamii (RCNP, Osaka University ) respectively. The purposes are to simulate new experimental ideas as well as establish collaboration among theory and experiment related to physics in RIBF to achieve maximum outputs from RIBF.
This will be held during an international workshop on proton-neutron correlations (<http://www.physics.hku.hk/~ctcp/ws-np-pair/>HP).
Organizers: Jenny Lee (The University of Hong Kong), Haozhao Liang (RIKEN), Takashi Nakatsukasa (University of Tsukuba/RIKEN), Daiki Nishimura (TUS), Hiroyoshi Sakurai (University of Tokyo/RIKEN), Masaki Sasano (RIKEN), T. Uesaka (RIKEN), Kenichi Yoshida (Niigata University)
The following program is tentative.
np spin-correlation in the ground state studied by spin-M1 transitions1h 30mLecture Room T5, 1/F, Meng Wah Complex