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Nuclear Shell Model Applications

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A JINA School on Tools and Toys of Nuclear Astrophysics

room


Morten Hjorth-Jensen
Link to Morten Hjorth-Jensen's codes, inputs and papers
homework
output for o20 with third order heff
Alex Brown
Slides
BAB-lecture-notes
Link to Oxbash updated to March 28 2006
Cheat Sheet
References
Link to oxgygen isotope paper
33Ar paper
MSU-Spectroscopic-factor-paper-1
MSU-Spectroscopic-factor-paper-2
Link to 2001 review article
Marta Wloch and Jeff  Gour Coupled-Cluster talk
Mihai Horoi
High-Performance Shell Model talk
Hang Liu
High-Performance Computing

Michigan State University, MI, USA, Feb. 13 - 17, 2006

The workshop will start on Monday morning at 9 am in the seminar room of the NSCL. Participants should bring laptops. Wireless internet access is available. Computer programs and lecture notes can be downloaded from websites. Some programs such as Oxbash will be execution code that will run directly on windows (without the need for a fortran compiler). Some source codes may be available and the participants will need to have their own fortran compiler to use them. The main lectures will be given by Alex Brown (BAB) and Morten Hjorth-Jensen (MHJ). Special topics lectures will be given as indicated. If the participants finish a project they may report on the results on Thursday afternoon.

The conference secretary is Jean McIntyre mcintyre@nscl.msu.edu


Monday
9
Session 1 (MHJ)
NN interactions from QCD to mesonic exchange models
Feb 13th
10:15
Break


10:45
Session 2 (MHJ)


12
Lunch


1-4
Problem solving


5
Hendrik Schatz
Topics in Nuclear Astrophysics




Tuesday
9
Session 3 (MHJ)
From NN interactions to effective interactions
Feb 14th
10:15
Break


10:45
Session 4 (MHJ)


12
Lunch


1
Problem solving


4
Marta Wloch and Jeff  Gour
Topics in the Coupled Cluster Method




Wednesday
9
Session 5 (BAB, MHJ)
Basis, model space and wave functions
Feb 15th
10:15
Break


10:45
Session 6 (BAB, MHJ)


12
Lunch


1
Problem solving


4
Mihai Horoi and Hang Liu
Topics in High Performance Computing




Thursday
9
Session 7 (BAB)
Spectroscopic factors - constructing the elements
Feb 16th
10:15
Break


10:45
Session 8 (BAB)


12
Lunch


1
Problem solving


4
Participants
Results of  problem solving

6:30
Banquet Buffet
NSCL Atrium




Friday
9
Session 9 (BAB)
Gamma and Beta decay
Feb 17th
10:15
Break


10:45
Session 10 (BAB)


12
wrap up


 



JINA will hold a third special "Tools and Toys of Nuclear Astrophysics School on Nuclear Shell Model Applications" at Michigan State University during February 13 - 17, 2006. The school will cover the basic theoretical methods and computational tools used for shell model configuration mixing calculations.

This workshop will cover the basic theoretical methods and computational tools used for shell model configuration mixing calculations. The input for these calculations will be explained and defined. The outputs such as those for binding energies, excitation energies, electromagnetic transitions, beta decay and spectroscopic factors will be defined and used in examples. The emphasis will be on a "hands-on" use of computer codes.

After completion, the participants should be able to use modern shell model tools for analyzing experimental data and perform theoretical studies and explorations of nuclear structure properties.

Organizers:

Alex Brown (brown@nscl.msu.edu)
Morten Hjorth-Jensen (morten.hjorth-jensen@fys.uio.no)

Contact:

Jean McIntyre mcintyre@nscl.msu.edu