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PROGRAM
Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction and Nuclear Many-Body Problem

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

Venue:  Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai

Dates: 18 - 27 November, 2010

This program aims to review the exciting new developments in our knowledge of the nucleon-nucleon (N-N) interaction and its applications to the nuclear many-body system. Nuclear Physics is undergoing a renaissance with the advent of new theoretical methods and several new experimental facilities.This program is an effort to provide a common platform to the leading experts in the world for in-depth discussions and exchange of ideas.The primary topics of discussion will be different approaches to understand the N-N interaction, few-body problems in nuclear physics, nuclear physics with polarized beams and targets, no-core shell model, nuclear physics of neutron stars and electron scattering and photo-absorption reactions.The first four days of the program will be devoted to introductory and pedagogical lectures for Ph.D students followed by more advanced lectures and discussions in the remaining days.

ORGANIZERS
Rajeev S. Bhalerao, Nilmani Mathur, Indranil Mazumdar, Subrata Pal, Amit Roy and Anthony W. Thomas
DATES
Thursday 18 Nov, 2010 - Saturday 27 Nov, 2010
CONTACT


Email - nninteraction@tifr.res.in