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Time evolution of fermonic systems from first principles

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  • UserArnau Rios Huguet (University of Surrey)
  • ClockWednesday 07 December 2011, 14:30-15:30
  • HouseW106.

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Time-dependent approaches provide a realistic description of central collisions of heavy isotopes with minimal assumptions. Simulations in the mean-field picture have provided insight on both nuclear structure and many-body reaction mechanisms. In this context, non-equilibrium Green’s functions techniques have the potential to improve the description of the time evolution of nuclear systems by introducing effects beyond the mean-field. I will describe the formalism and present its potential applications in our physics. I will also motivate a possible connection to ultra-cold atom physics with results on collisions of one-dimensional systems.

This talk is part of the Nuclear physics seminars series.

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