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    :: Nature article on neutron star crust cooling, co-authored by
       INT Fellow Andrew Steiner

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    :: The EMC effect still puzzles after 30 years

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      :: Nuclear Structure 2014 to be held at TRIUMF, July 20-24, 2014

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:: The Council of the American Physical Society voted on March 31, 2012 to establish the Herman Feshbach Prize for theoretical nuclear
    physics. Contribute to the Establishment of the Herman Feshbach Prize for theoretical nuclear physics.

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Recent Activity at INT:

Quantitative Large Amplitude Shape Dynamics: fission and
heavy ion fusion
(INT Program September 23 - November 15, 2013)

Reported by A.N. Andreyev, G.F. Bertsch, W. Loveland, W. Nazarewicz
Reported on November 15, 2013

The intent of this program was to: (i) bring together theorists working on predictive theories of the underlying shape dynamics to compare various approaches and computational methodologies; (ii) actively foster collaborations between the major actors in the field, including collaborations between experiment and theory; (iii) identify critical experimental data that will inform theoretical developments; and (iv) identify strategies and resources to break computational barriers in this area. Read more...






TALENT/INT Course on Nuclear forces and their impact on structure, reactions, and astrophysics
(INT Program July 1-19, 2013)

Reported by Dick Furnstahl and Achim Schwenk
Reported on November 21, 2013

The course covered modern theoretical approaches to nuclear forces, including pionless and chiral effective field theory, renormalization group methods, and connections to QCD. Read more...








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