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

INT Program on Effective Field Theories and the Many-Body Problem

April 6 - April 10, 2009,

Sonia Bacca TRIUMF 4/5-4/11
Simone Baroni INT Local
Bruce Barrett Univ of Arizona 3/20-5/15
George Bertsch INT Local
Michael Birse Univ of Manchester 4/1-6/6
Aurel Bulgac Univ of Washington Local
Thomas Duguet CEA 4/6-4/22
Doron Gazit INT Local
Biruk Gebremariam MI State Univ 4/5-4/18
Gaute Hagen ORNL 3/21-4/13
Wick Haxton INT Local
Kai Hebeler TRIUMF 4/5-4/25
Jason Holt TRIUMF 4/4-4/12
Calvin Johnson San Diego State Univ 3/22-6/6
Markus Kortelainen ORNL 4/5-4/18
Plamen Krastev San Diego State University 3/22-5/2
Michael Kruse Univ of AZ 4/5-4/11
Thomas Lesinski ORNL 4/5-4/18
Judith McGovern Univ of Manchester 4/1-6/6
Gerald Miller Univ of Washington Local
Petr Navratil LLNL 4/5-4/17
Sofia Quaglioni LLNL 3/23-4/10
Robert Roth Tech Univ Darmstadt 3/21-4/8
Jimmy Rotureau Univ of AZ 3/29-4/19
Jeremy Sadoudi CEA 4/6-4/22
Nicolas Schunck ORNL 4/5-4/11
Achim Schwenk TRIUMF 4/5-4/10
Ionel Stetcu Univ of Washington Local
Ubirajara van Kolck Univ of Arizona 3/22-4/25



This Week's Seminars:

Monday, April 6, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:15 am - Achim Schwenk, TRIUMF

"Three-nucleon forces and neutron-rich nuclei"

Tuesday, April 7, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:15 am - Gaute Hagen, ORNL
"Ab-initio coupled-cluster theory for nuclei"

Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:15 am - Petr Navratil, LLNL
"From EFT interactions to a unified ab initio description of light nuclei"

Thursday, April 9, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:15 am - Kai Hebeler, TRIUMF
"Nuclear matter and pairing in finite nuclei from low-momentum interactions"

Friday, April 10, 2009
Room C421, Physics and Astronomy Tower

10:15 am - Thomas Lesinski, ORNL
"Non-empirical pairing functional and first-order contribution to pairing in finite nuclei"



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