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Séminaire présenté par le Dr Kamila SIEJA

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Recent shell model studies from 56Ni to 132Sn.

Dr Kamila SIEJA
(GSI-Gesellschaft fuer Schwerionenforschung Technische Universitaet Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany)

Mardi 17 mars 2009 à 16h

Salle de Séminaires, Bât 27, 2e étage
IPHC, 23 rue du Loess, Strasbourg-Cronenbourg

Résumé :

The Shell Model approach is nowadays one of the most powerful tools used in the theoretical nuclear structure studies, which enables a unified description of spectroscopy and decays of atomic nuclei. In this talk, after a short introduction concerning the shell model itself, we will discuss recent progress in constraining the effective interactions in enlarged valence spaces and the resulting studies in different parts of the nuclear chart. In particular, we will present the shell model results around mass A \sim 95, discussing the origin of deformation in this region and structure of high-spin isomers. Then, we will adress the problem of shell quenching in Cadmium isotopes. The nuclear structure calculations relevant for double beta decays will be also presented. Finally, we will discuss recent progress in the half-life calculations for nuclei of astrophysical importance.

Personne à contacter :

Sandrine COURTIN