## TALENT / INT Course on Nuclear Forces

# Participant List

Here is the list of students attending the course:

First | Last | Institution | Research specialty (current or planned) |
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Bijaya | Acharya | Ohio University | Electric properties of halo nuclei in effective field theory |

Alexander | Bartl | TU Darmstadt | Neutrino interactions with dense nuclear matter in supernovae based on chiral EFT |

Bridget | Bertoni | University of Washington | Constraining dark matter properties using dark matter scattering inside neutron stars |

Eduardo | Coello Perez | University of Tennessee | Effective theory for deformed nuclei |

Steffen | Cruz | Univ. British Columbia | Studying shape coexistence in nuclei in the vicinity of Z=40 N=60 |

Sergio | Deflorian | University of Trento | Ab initio methods for nuclear physics using the Hyperspherical Harmonics basis expansion. |

Berhan | Demissie | George Washington University | Inelastic Compton scattering on the deuteron in HBChiPT. |

Ulrika | Forsberg | Lund University | Spectroscopy of superheavy elements (Z>=104) |

Yuan | Gao | University of Jyvaskyla | New-generation nuclear energy density functional with systematic inclusion of low-energy correlations. |

Lucie | Grente | IRFU/DSM/CEA SACLAY | Collectivity of neutron rich nuclei in the region of mass 100 with lifetime measurements in fission fragments. |

Boris | Karlsson | Chalmers University | Developing nuclear forces from chiral effective field theory |

Malin | Klintefjord | University of Oslo | Experimental probing of nuclear shapes |

Anna | McCoy | University of Notre Dame | Ab initio methods in nuclear structure theory in the framework of the no core shell model. |

Sushant | More | Ohio State University | Use of the similarity renormalization group (SRG), e.g., for the electro-disintegration of the deuteron. |

Titus | Morris | Michigan State University | Inclusion of induced three-body forces within the In-Medium Similarity Renormalization Group (SRG) method. |

Yevgen | Nosyk | University of Idaho | Developing higher order few-nucleon forces from chiral EFT |

Maria | Piarulli | Old Dominion University | Electromagnetic structure of A=2,3 nuclei in chiral EFT and NN potential up to N3LO with spin-3/2 degrees of freedom |

Caroline | Robin | CEA,DAM Ile de France | Working in nuclear structure theory on a method that aims to describe in a unified way the different types of long-range correlations in nuclei. |

Alessandro | Roggero | University of Trento | Development of Quantum Monte Carlo methods suitable for calculations with chiral EFT potentials. |

Alexander | Rokash | Ruhr University Bochum | Topological volume correction for deuteron-neutron scattering on the lattice. |

Ermal | Rrapaj | University of Washington | Nuclear astrophysics research on finite temperature nuclear and neutron medium effects in the mean free path of neutrinos escaping the the proto-neutron star (I am using XEFT in order to model nuclear reactions). |

Clementine | Santamaria | SPhN CEA SACLAY | Current development and first experiments in 2014 with the MINOS device: a thick liquid hydrogen target coupled with a Time Projection Chamber dedicated to the first spectroscopy of very exotic nuclei for the study of the evolution of magic numbers. |

Johannes | Simonis | TU Darmstadt | Nuclear structure calculations based on chiral NN and 3N forces for neutron-rich nuclei |

Ragnar | Stroberg | Michigan State University | Experimental study of the nuclear structure of neutron-rich isotopes with gamma-ray spectroscopy |

Nicole | Vassh | Univ. Wisconsin-Madison | The effect of sterile neutrinos on the reactor antineutrino anomaly using constraints from measurements of the electron neutrino magnetic moment. |

Chunli | Zhang | University of Tennessee | PAC (principle-axial-cranking) and TAC (tilted-axial-cranking) study in the Nuclear Energy Density Functional Theory |