One-day workshop on ab initio study of nuclear structure and reaction

We are pleased to inform you that a one-day workshop with Dr. J. Carlson (LANL) will be held at Osaka University. The aim of this workshop is to discuss recent progress and future perspectives of ab initio studies of nuclear structure and reaction. Treatment of strong short-range and tensor correlations as well as the description of nuclear clustering will intensively be discussed.

Date and Place

December 11, 2012
Icho Kaikan meeting room C (3rd floor), Suita Campus, Osaka University


ERCNP, Osaka University
EGrant-in-Aid for innovative areas (Grant No. 20105003) "Nuclear Structure based on quark dynamics"
ESPIRE Field 5

Workshop topics

1) Ab initio calculation with nuclear force
2) Tensor correlation in nuclei
3) Clustering in nuclei
4) Reaction dynamics of light nuclei


N. Itagaki (YITP), T. Myo (OIT), and K. Ogata (RCNP)


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Every talk contains 10 min. discussion.

10:00-11:00 J. Carlson (LANL)
Tensor Correlations in Nuclei and Nucleonic Matter
11:00-11:30 T. Hatsuda (RIKEN Nishina Center)
Nuclear Force from Lattice QCD
11:30-12:00 H. Toki (RCNP)
Importance of pion and the tensor optimized shell model
12:00-12:30 A. Tamii (RCNP)
p-n Spin Correlation in the Ground State Studied by Measuring Spin-M1 Excitations in the sd-Shell Region
12:30-13:30 (Lunch)
13:30-14:00 K. Arai (Nagaoka)
Tensor force manifestations in ab initio study of the 2H(d,gamma)4He, 2H(d,p)3H, and 2H(d,n)3He reactions
14:00-14:30 N. Shimizu (CNS)
New Generation of the Monte Carlo Shell Model for the K Computer Era
14:30-15:00 Y. Kikuchi (RCNP)
Description of three-body scattering states using complex scaling method and its application to Coulomb
breakup reactions of two-neutron halo nuclei
15:00-15:30 (Break)
15:30-16:00 W. Horiuchi (Hokkaido)
Electroweak strength functions and tensor correlations in 4He
16:00-16:30 Y. Fujiwara (Kyoto)
Few-Nucleon Systems Interacting via Non-Local Quark-Model Baryon-Baryon Interaction
16:30-17:00 T. Kawabata (Kyoto)
Cluster structures probed by inelastic scattering
17:00-18:00 Discussion

[RCNP Theory Group]