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Tensor optimized antisymmetrized molecular dynamics (TOAMD) by Prof. Hiroshi Toki (Specially Appointed Professor, RNCP Theory Group)
RIBF Conference Hall
RIBF Conference Hall
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Dec. 11th, 2015 13:30-
Prof. Hiroshi Toki (Specially Appointed Professor, RCNP Theory Group)
Tensor optimized antisymmetrized molecular dynamics (TOAMD)
It is important to describe nuclei and nuclear matter using the nucleon-nucleon interaction. The main difficulty was the treatment of the strong tensor interaction caused by the pion exchange, which introduces high momentum components and strong spin correlations. We have developed TOAMD to treat the tensor interaction, which is able to treat two, three and higher order terms caused by the strong tensor interaction. We present numerical results and highlight the important roles of the tensor interaction on the structure of finite nuclei and nuclear matter.