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  • From: Dr. Tamás Belgya <belgya.tamas AT>
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  • Subject: [Fizinfo] Fwd: Atommagfizikai szeminárium
  • Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2018 09:12:23 +0200
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Tisztelt Kollégák!

Szeretnék emlékeztetni a mai napra meghírdetett szemináriumra. AZ érdeklődőket szeretettel várjuk.

Üdvözlettel, Tamás

-------- Eredeti üzenet --------
Tárgy: Atommagfizikai szeminárium
Dátum: 2018-09-07 09:34
Feladó: Dr. Tamás Belgya <belgya.tamas AT>
Címzett: Fizinfo <fizinfo AT>
Válaszcím: belgya.tamas AT

Prof. Umesh Garg
University of Notre Dame

"Chirality, Wobbling and Chiral Wobblers"


Helye: MTA EK, Budapest, Konkoly-Thege M. út 29-33, 19. ép. fsz. tanácsterem

Ideje: 2018. szeptember 14. (péntek), 11:00

Abstract: Chirality in nuclei is now well established, both theoretically and experimentally, as an interesting consequence of triaxiality in nuclei. Another essential characteristic of triaxial nuclei is wobbling, first observed in the A~160 region almost contemporaneously with experimental observation of nuclear chirality. A few years ago, wobbling was observed in the nucleus 135Pr, opening a new region for detailed investigation of this phenomenon. Since then, both "transverse" and "longitudinal" wobbling have been observed in other nuclei in the A~130 region. In our recent work at Gammasphere, wobbling has now been identified in a new region of nuclei (A~190). Furthermore, for the first time, we may have observed both chirality and wobbling in the same nucleus--a case of chiral wobblers.

In this talk I will present the new results on wobbling in the A~130 and A~190 regions and a possible case of chiral wobbler in 135Pr.

Prof. Umesh Garg During Fall 2018, at:
Professor of Physics University of Notre Dame (USA) in England
Fellow, Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies 1--4 Suffolk Street
Fellow, Rome International Scholars Program London SW1Y 4HG

Dr. Tamás Belgya
Director of MTA EK EKBI
Deputy Director General of MTA EK
Konkoly-Thege M. str. 29-33, H-1121 Budapest, Hungary
Centre for Energy Research (MTA EK):
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e-mail: belgya.tamas AT
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