School of engineering in Physics, Applied Physics, Electronics & MaterialsScience
Intruduction to advanced microscopic and collective approaches used to describe low-energy nucler structure.
Simple models, Collective models
Phenomenological single-particle models (spherical shell modeland deformed Nilsson model).
Angular momentum coupling techniques, calculation of matrixelements of tensor operators
Hartree-Fock method (phenomenological and microscopicapproach), applications to one-particle, one-hole, two-particletwo-hole nuclei.
Pairing interaction, Seniority model, BCS and HFB modelsNucleon-nucleon interactions
Microscopic description of collective vibrations (TDA, RPA)
Modern Topics (exotic nuclei, astrophysics, nuclear matter at highdensities)
Examen Ecrit : 100%
This course brings 2.0 ECTS to students in
This course brings 2.0 ECTS to students in UE Energetic
Date of update December 10, 2018