Three-Nucleon Interactions from Few- to Many-Body Systems

March 12 - 16, 2007

 
   

Program - held in the TRIUMF Auditorium

Monday
Mar 12
  Few-nucleon observables and sensitivities to 3N interactions
7:30
  Coffee/Tea and breakfast  
 
  Chair/Discussions Griesshammer
9:30
  Welcome Shotter
9:40
  Brief introduction/Questions Griesshammer
10:00
  R-matrix analysis in the A=3,4 systems and 3N interactions Hale
10:45
  Coffee/Tea break  
11:15
  Nd scattering and EM-induced reactions on 3He as a tool to
study 3N interactions
Skibinski
12:00
  Few-nucleon effective range parameters Black
1:00
  Lunch  
 
  Chair/Discussions Horowitz
2:30
  Study of three-body systems at KVI Kalantar
3:15
  Nd scattering as a tool to study 3N interactions Sekiguchi
4:00
  Coffee/Tea Break  
4:30
  Study of polarization observables in pd elastic scattering and pd break-up at intermediate energies Meyer
Tuesday
Mar 13
  EFT and relation of 3N interactions to other processes
7:30
  Coffee/Tea and breakfast  
  Chair/Discussions Nogga
9:00
  Subleading 3N interactions in chiral EFT Epelbaum
9:45
  Relativistic boost corrections to nd scattering
Miller
10:30
  Coffee/Tea break  
11:00
  Determination of the chiral low-energy coefficients c_i from piN data Meissner
11:45
  2N partial-wave analysis and 3N interactions Rentmeester
12:30
  Leave for Dim Sum lunch at Golden Ocean restaurant
  RG approach to nuclear interactions/effective operators
  Chair/Discussions Jennings
2:30
  SRG interactions and evolution of 3N forces Perry
3:15
  Low-momentum 3N interactions in light nuclei and nuclear matter Bogner
4:00
  Coffee/Tea Break  
4:30
  Many-Body Forces and Microscopic DFT for Nuclei Furnstahl
5:15
  Long-range phenomena in the NCSM Vary
Wednesday
Mar 14
  3N contributions to nuclear structure
7:30
  Coffee/Tea and breakfast  
    Chair/Discussions Bertsch
9:00
  Nuclear structure with 8pi/TIGRESS at TRIUMF Garrett
9:45
  Light nuclei and 3N interactions Wiringa
10:30
  Coffee/Tea break  
11:00
  Application of chiral NN and 3N interactions to p-shell nuclei Navratil
12:30
  Lunch  
  Chair/Discussions Schwenk
2:30
  Nuclear physics with the TITAN facility at TRIUMF Dilling
3:15
  Application of coupled-cluster theory to light and medium-mass nuclei, benchmarks and future directions Dean
4:00
  Coffee/Tea Break  
4:30
  Coupled-cluster calculations with 3N interactions Papenbrock
5:15
  Medium-mass nuclei with the UCOM potential Feldmeier
7:00
  Workshop dinner at Thai House  
Thursday
Mar 15
  Halo nuclei and nuclear reactions
7:30
  Coffee/Tea and breakfast  
    Chair/Discussions Griesshammer
9:00
  Halo nuclei and the MAYA experiment at TRIUMF Tanihata
9:45
  Constraints on 3N interactions from scattering in light nuclear systems Nollett
10:30
  Coffee/Tea break  
11:00
  Structure of He isotopes and hints of missing physics due to 3N interactions Hagen
12:30
  Lunch  
2:00
  TRIUMF Tour Dilling
    Chair/Discussions Tanihata
3:00
  Few-Body Systems in the pionless EFT Platter
3:45
  Three-body interactions and halo nuclei Hammer
4:30
  Coffee/Tea break  
5:00
  Microscopic calculations of the electro-magnetic response including 3N interactions Bacca
5:45
  Hyperspherical calculations in momentum space for chiral interactions Girlanda
Friday
Mar 16
  Future developments
7:30
  Coffee/Tea and breakfast  
  Chair/Discussions Furnstahl
9:00
  Using chiral EFT to relate three-nucleon forces to other reactions Phillips
9:45
  Towards microscopic approaches for nuclear reactions Quaglioni
10:30
  Coffee/Tea break  
11:00
  Towards theoretical error estimates for neutron star masses and radii Tolos
12:30
  Lunch  
    Chair/Discussions Horowitz
2:30
  Summary Horowitz
3:00
  Final Discussions  

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