Proceedings of the International School of Physics sENRICO FERMI CXXXVIIIt
Unfolding the Matter of Nuclei
A. Molinari, R.A. Ricci
160x240mm pp.520 Yen21800 1998
The purpose of the CXXXVIII Course of the Varenna School has been to unfold the matter of nuclei. Of the 138 Courses held in Varenna a good 20 focused on nuclear physics and related domains.
P. Armbruster - The production of superheavy elements - A nuclear-structure-dominated cold rearrangement process/F.E. Close - Coloured quarks, glueballs and hybrids/B. Frois - Electron scattering and nuclear structure/F. Lachello - Algebraic methods in nuclear physics : The interacting boson and boson-fermion models/A.K. Kerman and P. Tommasini - Gaussian time-dependent variational principle for .... Field theory and for bosons contact interaction in one dimension/R. Caracciolo, A. de Pace, A. Molinari and H. Feshbach - A statistical approach to the theory of the mean field/J.W. Negele - Understanding hadron structure using lattice QCD/Yu. Ts. Oganessian - Synthesis and properties of the heaviest nuclei/F. Palumbo - Fermionic composites in Nuclear and Particle Physics/M. Pignanelli - Nuclear shapes and the EUROBALL facility/R.A. Ricci - One hundred years of the Italian Physical Society/H. Satz - Quark deconfinement and nuclear collisions/I. Talmi - The nuclear shell model, yesteerday, today and tomorrow/J. Vervier - Nuclear Astrophysics/T. Guhr, A. Muller-Groeling and H.A. Weidenmuller - Random matrix theories in quantum physics : Common concepts/W.M. Alberico, P. Czerski and M. Nardi - A model for quark deconfinement/S.M. Bilenky - Neutrinos: past, present, future/T. Bressani - A-hypernuclei/S. Yu. Kun, B.A. Robson, U. Ab ondanno, P. M. Milazzo, G. Vannini, M. Bruno, M. D'Agostino, N. Cindro, R.A. Ricci, l. Vannucci, T. Ritz, W. Scheid and A. V. Vagov - Traces of intermediate dinuclear states through damped oscillations in the energy autocorrelation functions of the Ni + Ti and Ni + Ni elastic-and inelastic-scattering cross-sections/A. Covello - Nuclear-structure studies using realistic effective interactions