Monday,
Nov. 14
The interaction.
Effective interactions from twoparticle potentials or Tmatrices.
Role of medium polarization
Constraints from symmetries
Tuesday
Nov. 15
Nuclear structure applications
Computational methods.
Wednesday Nov. 16
Astrophysical Context.
Proton and neutron pairing.
vortices
Pasta phase of nuclear matter.
Transport at positive neutron chemical potential.
Thursday
Nov. 17
Summary and Discussion.
Nearterm and farterm open problems, homework problems
Monday 
Tuesday 
Wednesday 
Thursday 





Anatoli
Afanasjev 
Cranking relativistic HartreeBogoliubov theory: pairing in rotating nuclei and the problem of protonneutron pairing 
Francisco Barranco 
Quantum calculation of vortices in the inner crust of neutron stars 
Michael Bender 
Correcting for selfpairing and poles in particleNumber projected HartreeFockBogolyubov method. II Results 
David
Brink 
His thoughts about the
nuclear pairing and the workshop 
Osvaldo Civitarese 
QRPA and
nppairing 
Richard Chasman  Neutronproton pairing in nuclei 
John Clark  Nucleonic pairing and phase transitions inside neutron stars 
Thomas Duguet 
Correcting for selfpairing and poles in particlenumber projected HartreeFockBogolyubov method. I Formal aspects 
Stefan Frauendorf 
Isovector
protonneutron pairing 
Dick Furnstahl  DFT pairing from effective actions 
Umberto Lombardo 
Screening of pairing in the nuclear and
neutron matter 
Augusto Macchiavelli

The (^{3}He,p) reaction to study T=0 and T=1 pairing in N=Z nuclei 
Pierre Pizzochero 
Glitches and vortex pinning in superfluid pulsars 
Peter Ring  Pairing in covariant density functional theory 
Hiroyuki Sagawa

Pairing correlations in nuclei on the neutron drip line 
HansJosef Schultze 
Pairing gaps in neutron stars 
Naoki Tajima 
Canonical basis HFB
method  drip lines and beyond 
Enrico Vigezzi 
Medium polarization effects and pairing interaction in finite nuclei 
Ramon Wyss 
Nuclear symmetry energy 
Vladimir Zelevinsky  Less known aspects of nuclear pairing 