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BNL Physics Colloquia

Ab initio nuclear structure theory and implications for relativistic heavy-ion collisions

by Prof. Dean Lee (Michigan State University)




This talk starts with a review of ab initio nuclear structure theory, covering the various different methods currently being used.  It then considers measurements of nuclear structure in low-energy experiments and the complementary information one might deduce from relativistic heavy-ion collisions.  The talk then focuses on nuclear lattice simulations and the calculation of A-nucleon probability distributions.  The cluster structure of several light nuclei are presented and predictions are discussed for 16O-16O and 20Ne-20Ne collisions.

Zoom link:  https://bnl.zoomgov.com/j/1605020278?pwd=cHJ1bDRuK1FDNnZLSnpxVkZhcDQ3QT09 

Organized by

Aihong Tang