Recent applications of the Gamow Shell Model to neutron-rich nuclei

Thursday 11 May 2017, 3.00PM to 4.00pm

Speaker(s): Dr Witold (Witek) Nazarewicz, FRIB Laboratory, Michigan State University, USA

The Gamow Shell Model (GSM) is an extension of the traditional shell model into the complex-energy plane through the use of the Berggren ensemble. The advantage of GSM is that it can describe many-body bound states, resonances, and non-resonant scattering continuum within one consistent framework. In this talk, recent GSM applications to structure of exotic nuclei, such as 26,28O and 39Mg, will be discussed.

Location: G/020