TALENT / INT Course on Nuclear Forces
Here is the planned schedule for the principal lectures. The first lecture each day will be from 9am-10:30am and the second from 11am-12:30am.
We meet again at 2pm for discussion and problem sessions. Student presentations are scheduled for two morning slots in the third week plus some 2pm-3pm periods on the second and third weeks.
[Lecturers: Furnstahl (rjf), Schwenk (as), Gezerlis (ag), Zohreh Davoudi (zd)]
|QCD 1 (as)||Nuclear forces 1 (rjf)||Nuclear forces 2, pionless EFT 1, 3-body forces (rjf)||Cold atoms and neutrons, Quantum Monte Carlo (ag)||Quantum Monte Carlo and chiral EFT interactions (ag)|
|Scattering theory 1 (rjf)||Scattering theory 2 (as)||Renormalization and universality in pionless EFT (as)||Pionless EFT 2, one-pion exchange and tensor forces, deuteron (rjf)||Three-body forces and halo nuclei (as)|
|Chiral EFT 1 (as)||Chiral EFT 2 (rjf)||Renormalization group 1 (rjf)||Renormalization group 2 (rjf)||Many-body overview (rjf)|
|Chiral symmetry in NN scattering, QCD 2 (rjf)||Three-nucleon forces 1 (as)||Nuclear forces from lattice QCD (zd)||Three-nucleon forces 2 (as)||Nuclear forces and electroweak interactions (as)|
|Many-body problem and basis considerations (as)||Operators for external probes (rjf)||Nuclear matter (rjf)||Nuclear forces impact on (exotic) nuclei (as)||Impact on fundamental symmetries (neutrinos, dark matter, ...) (as)|
|Many-body perturbation theory (rjf)||Neutron matter and astrophysics (as)||Student presentations||Student presentations||From forces to density functionals (rjf)|