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Annual Report 2020

   Research Projects

       ■  Joint Usage Program

Decay pion spectroscopy of 5ΛΛH at J-PARC using the LEPS-TPC — Request for usage permission of Time Projection Chamber and Superconducting Magnet at J-PARC—

• 希釈冷凍機用極低バックグラウンド遮蔽材サンプルの微量放射能分析 Research of radioactivity measurement of ultra-low background shielding sample for
dilution refrigerator

       ■   COREnet

Summary of the report
003 Microscopic understanding of nuclear collectivity through collaboration of experiment and theory
004 Theoretical and numerical study of QCD phase
006 Quantum dynamics for superheavy elements
010 Elucidation of heavy hadrons in B-factory by collaboration of experimentalists and theorists
012 Promoting and improving the NLOAccess program for the nuclear physics community
013 Study of αcondensation in 20Ne within the THSR wave function
018 Neutron Electric Dipole Moment Search using Ultra-Cold Neutrons
019 Electric Dipole Response of Nuclei for the Study of Extra-Galactic Propagation of Ultra High-Energy Cosmic Rays (PANDORA project)
020 Development of scintillator-based detection system for laser-accelerated GeV proton
022 Studies of resonant reaction in nuclear astrophysics and alpha cluster structure
025 Structure of neutron-rich hydrogen nucleus (7H) and neutron-rich He (8He) nucleus
026 Development and applications of polarized targets for fundamental physics researches
027 Tensor and quark dynamics in the Pc and X(3872)
028 Studies for the future facilities to produce an extremely high energy and polarized photon beam via coherent bremsstrahlung radiation
030 Research on nuclear clustering by new reaction probes
031 Hunting for T-violation and Majorana Character of Neutrinos in Muon Decays

       ■  Workshop

SNP20 (International School for Strangeness Nuclear Physics; SNP School)
APFB2020 (Yamada Conference LXXII: The 8th Asia-Pacific Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physic)
* Some of reports for domestic workshop are written in Japanese. Thank you for your kind understanding.



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