INT Seminar Schedule and Participant List
Institute for Nuclear Theory
University of Washington
C411 Physics/Astronomy Building
Box 351550, Seattle WA 98195-1550
Office: 206-685-3360
Fax: 206-685-9829

Program INT-05-3: Nuclear Structure Near the Limits of Stability

Program participants for the week of October 3 - 7, 2005

Participant Name
Institution
Dates
Auerbach, Naftali Tel Aviv Univ September 25 - December 2
Bender, Michael Michigan State U. September 25 - October 15
Bennaceur, Karim IPNL September 25 - October 8
Borycki, Piotr U. Tennessee September 26 - October 11
Dhiman, Shashi Kumar H.P. Univ. September 26 - October 14
Dobaczewski, Jacek Inst. Theoretical Phys. September 25 - October 8
Duguet, Thomas Michigan State U. September 28 - October 15
Engel, Jonathan U. North Carolina September 25 - October 22
Langanke, Karlheinz GSI October 1 - October 8
Lenske, Horst U. Giessen September 25 - October 2
Martinez-Pinedo, Gabriel GSI October 1 - October 8
Paar, Nils T U Darmstadt September 25 - October 26
Roth, Robert T U Darmstadt October 1 - October 23
Rotival, Vincent Michigan State U. September 28 - October 15
Schwenk, Achim Indiana U. September 24 - December 3
Shukla, Amritanshu Inst. Phys. Bhubaneswar September 25 - November 22
Stoitsov, Mario ORNL September 25 - October 8
Vretenar, Dario U. Zagreb September 25 - October 22

This week's seminars


Monday, October 3, 2005
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Building
10:30: Achim Schwenk, Indiana Univ.

Seminar on: "How Low-Momentum Interactions Can Help Constrain the Nuclear Density"

Tuesday, October 4, 2005
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Building
10:30: Dario Vretenar, Univ. of Zagreb

Seminar on: "Evolution of Shells, Shapes, and Exotic Modes Far From Stability"
Room C441, Physics and Astronomy Building
3:00: Piotr Borycki, Univ. of TN

Informal Discussion:"Non-unitarity of the Bogoliubov transformation"

Wednesday, October 5, 2005
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Building
10:30: Robert Roth, TU-Darmstadt

Seminar on: "Nuclear Structure Based On Correlated Realistic NN-Interactions"

Thursday, October 6, 2005
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Building
10:30: Karlheinz Langanke, GSI

Seminar on: "Neutrino Nucleus Reactions On Supernovae"
Room C441, Physics and Astronomy Building
3:00: Gabriel Martinez-Pinedo, GSI

Informal Discussion: "Neutrino Induced Nucleosynthesis In Supernovae: The nup-process"

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