Program of the INT Workshop on Reaction
Theory for Nuclei Far from Stability
September 16 - 20, 2002

  • Monday, September 16
  • 9:00-10:15M. Ueda
    University of Tsukuba
    One-Neutron Halo Reactions
    10:15-10:45Coffee Break
    10:45-12:00K. Hencken
    University of Basel
    A Realistic Solvable Model
    for the Coulomb Dissociation of Halo Nuclei
    12:00-2:15Lunch Break
    2:15-3:30W. Friedman
    University of Wisconsin
    TBA
    3:30-4:00Coffee Break
    4:00-5:15W. Lynch
    Michigan State University
    TBA
    5:15-6:30H. Wolter
    University of Munich
    Multistep Description of
    Preequilibrium Reactions

  • Tuesday, September 17
  • 9:00-10:15N. Takigawa
    Tohuku University
    Fusion of Unstable Nuclei
    10:15-10:45Coffee Break
    10:45-12:00S. Typel
    Michigan State University
    Higher-Order Effects
    in Coulomb Dissociation
    12:00-2:15Lunch Break
    2:15-3:30F. Dietrich
    Lawrence Livermore National Lab
    Multistep Reactions
    3:30-4:00Coffee Break
    4:00-5:15I. Thompson
    University of Surrey
    Multistep Coulomb and Nuclear Breakup
    5:15-6:30D. Brown
    Lawrence Livermore National Lab
    TBA

  • Wednesday, September 18
  • 9:00-10:15Y. Suzuki
    Niigata University
    Monte-Carlo Integration
    of Glauber Amplitudes
    10:15-10:45Coffee Break
    10:45-12:00H. Wolter
    University of Munich
    Isospin Dynamics in Heavy-Ion
    Fragmentation Reactions
    12:00-2:15Lunch Break
    2:15-3:30A. Ono
    Tohoku University
    AMD Study of Nuclear
    Collisions with H igh Isospin Asymmetry
    3:30-4:00Coffee Break
    4:00-5:15R. Shyam
    Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics
    DWBA Description of the
    Coulomb and Nuclear Breakup
    of Exotic Nuclei
    5:15-6:30H. Esbensen
    Argonne National Laboratory
    Higher-Order Effects
    in Coulomb Dissociation

  • Thursday, September 19
  • 9:00-10:15B.A. Li
    Arkansas State University
    Probing the High-Density
    Behavior of Symmetry Energy
    10:15-10:45Coffee Break
    10:45-12:00P. Navratil
    Lawrence Livermore National Lab
    Application of ab Initio No-Core
    Shell Model to Nuclear
    Reactions on Light Nuclei
    12:00-2:00Lunch Break
    2:00-3:15A. Bonaccorso
    INFN, Pisa
    Two Ideas for New Experiments
    with RIBs and Their Theoretical Analysis
    3:15-3:45Coffee Break
    3:45-4:45P. Danielewicz
    Michigan State University
    Neutron-Proton Correlations
    ner the Coulomb Barrier
    4:45-5:45L. Shi
    Michigan State University
    Isospin Diffusion
    7:00Workshop Dinner

  • Friday, September 20
  • 9:00-10:15R. Johnson
    University of Surrey
    Validity of the Frozen-Halo
    Approximation for the Scattering
    of Halo Nuclei
    10:00-10:30Coffee Break
    10:30-11:30C. Bertulani
    Michigan State University
    Peripheral Reactions
    with Rare Isotopes

    Note: In 1 hour 15 talks, 50 min. is dedicated to the talk itself and 25 min. to discussion. In 1 hour talks, 40 min. is dedicated to the talk and 20 min. to discussion. The pgoram lists talks for the participants confirmed as of August 19. Additional talks may be scheduled on Friday afternoon.

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