RIBF Nuclear Physics Seminar

A journey from light neutron rich-nuclei to heavier nuclei near proton-drip line

by Dr Ushasi Datta (Saha Institute Of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, India)

Asia/Tokyo
Nishina Hall

Nishina Hall

Description

=Date and Time=

Mar.29th(Fri.) 13:30~ at Nishina Hall

 

=Lecturer=

Prof.Ushasi Datta

(Saha Institute Of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata, India)

 

=Title=

A journey from light neutron rich-nuclei to heavier nuclei near proton-drip line

 

=Abstract=

This presentation will discuss how experimental investigations of static ground state nuclear properties and dynamic observables such as excitation spectra have unfolded new understanding of the models, the nuclear forces etc.  The shell gaps at magic numbers are the characteristics of a mean nuclear field. Very clear evidences have been observed for melting and merging of magic shell gaps at N=20, 28 via Coulomb breakup at GSI, Darmstadt.  Some valuable bulk properties of the neutron-rich nuclei play a key role in understanding cosmic phenomena. Shapes and symmetries of the   nuclei near proton drip line populated by compound nuclear reaction    are being explored using Indian national gamma array.  Exploring “Island of cluster emitter” near proton drip line using ISOLDE, CERN facility is another activity.  At present, a small high current accelerator has been installed at our institute to explore some key reactions of nucleosynthesis processes.  

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