Advances in Heavy Ion Physics

Organizers

Prof. Dr. Şakir Ayık (Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, USA)

Prof. Dr. Ahmet Gökalp (Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey)

Prof. Dr. Osman Yılmaz (Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey)

Local Organizers

Doç. Dr. Serbülent Yıldırım (Namık Kemal University, Tekirdağ, Turkey)

Doç. Dr. Kutsal Bozkurt (Yıldız Technical University, İstanbul, Turkey)

Dr. Bülent Yılmaz (Ankara University, Ankara, Turkey)

Introduction

The present goal of heavy-ion physics is to investigate the structure of exotic nuclei far from stability line, properties of nuclear matter under extreme conditions of high and low densities as a function of excitation energy, extract information about the nuclear equation of states, and learn about possible phase transformations such as liquid-gas transition and quark-gluon plasma formation. Heavy-ion collisions provide the only tool for these investigations. The topics in the summer school will cover various aspects of nuclear structure, fusion and nuclear dynamics at low and intermediate energy heavy-ion collisions. A number of lectures will be presented on nuclear models, giant resonances in exotic nuclei and astrophysics, reaction mechanisms with exotic beams, the mean-field and beyond the mean-field approaches of nuclear structure and nuclear dynamics. Also lectures will be presented on quantal description of nuclear dynamics and nuclear astrophysics with radioactive beams.

Grants for graduate students

Summer School will take place at Davutpasa Campus of Yıldız Technical University, which is located in the European side of Istanbul.

Financial support for the school will be provided by TÜBİTAK. Grants will cover travel and local expenses of lecturers. Also, grants will be available for participants wishing to attend the Summer School, which will cover the accomodation including breakfast and lunch during the Summer School. It will also be possible to provide travel support for the participants.

Program of Summer School VI on Nuclear Collective Dynamics
 

 

June 25, Monday

10:00

Joachim A. Maruhn

Nuclear Shell Structure and Single-Particle Models I

 

11:00

Sait Umar

Mean-Field Dynamics of Nuclear Reactions I

 

12:00

 

Lunch

 

14:00

Şakir Ayık

Stochastic Transport Models for Heavy-Ion Collisions I

 

15:30

Carlos A. Bertulani

Nuclear Astrophysics with Radioactive Beams I

 

 

June 26, Tuesday

 

 

10:00

Joachim A. Maruhn

Nuclear Shell Structure and Single-Particle Models II

 

11:00

Sait Umar

Mean-Field Dynamics of Nuclear Reactions II

 

12:00

 

Lunch

 

14:00

Şakir Ayık

Stochastic Transport Models for Heavy-Ion Collisions II

 

15:30

Carlos A. Bertulani

Nuclear Astrophysics with Radioactive Beams II

 

 

June 27, Wednesday

 

 

10:00

Osman Yılmaz

Spinodal Instabilities in Hot Nuclear Matter I

 

11:00

Bülent Yılmaz

Nuclear Fusion with Coupled-Channels and Stochastic Methods

 

12:00

 

Lunch

 

14:00

Osman Yılmaz

Spinodal Instabilities in Hot Nuclear Matter II

 

15:00

Serbülent Yıldırım

Solutions of Vlasov Equation with Test Particle Method

 

 

June 28, Thursday

 

 

10:00

Joachim A. Maruhn

Collective Rotations and Vibrations

 

11:00

Sait Umar

Mean-Field Dynamics of Nuclear Reactions III

 

12:00

 

Lunch

 

14:00

Cédric Simenel

Quantum Mechanical Description of Nuclear Dynamics I

 

15:00

Theodoros Gaitanos

Introduction to Relativistic Kinetic Theory for Nuclear Dynamics

 

 

June 29, Friday

 

 

10:00

Cédric Simenel

Quantum Mechanical Description of Nuclear Dynamics II

 

11:00

Carlos A. Bertulani

Nuclear Astrophysics with Radioactive Beams III

 

12:00

 

Lunch

 

14:00

Cédric Simenel

Quantum Mechanical Description of Nuclear Dynamics III

 

15:00

Theodoros Gaitanos

Description of Low and Intermediate Energy Nuclear Reactions
within the Relativistic Kinetic Theory

CEVAP VER

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