In-depth discussions of selected, important recent experimental and theoretical developments in the field of low-energy nuclear
among the world's leading scientists would be timely, which is the central objective of this workshop.
This will help us to identify what is holding up progress in the field.
Key controversial aspects (without order of importance) to be addressed in this meeting include:
- single- and pair-nucleon transfer reactions and the role of simultaneous and sequential transfer mechanisms;
- quantum approaches to a unified description of near-barrier reaction processes, including breakup, transfer, complete and incomplete fusion
- role of dissipation and quantum decoherence in low-energy reaction dynamics.
The meeting will bring together leading experts (circa 35 participants, both theorists and experimenters)
low-energy nuclear reaction physics. It will be an excellent opportunity to
join theoretical and experimental efforts to tackle the critical issues mentioned above.
Besides key people who have tentatively
agreed to participate in the workshop, the workshop organizers expect a number of additional researchers on the experimental as well as
the theoretical side to sign up for participation. The applicants will be selected
based on both the adequacy between their current research work and the topics of the workshop as well as the boundary condition of having about 35 participants.
The scientific program will start around 9:30am on Monday, May
26th, and end on Friday, May 30th, around noon.
Registration will be opened in April on the webpage of the ECT* and closed about two
weeks before the workshop.
A detailed program will be published here soon after the registration
There is no any support for travel costs. The large number of participants must be selfsupported for local expenses.
Dr. Alexis Diaz-Torres (ECT*, Italy, Coordinator) – Strada delle Tabarelle 286, 38050 Villazzano (Trento), Italy.
Prof. Nikolai Antonenko (BLTP, JINR, Organizer) - Joliot-Curie, 6, 141980 Dubna (Moscow region), Russia.
Prof. Paulo Gomes, (UFF, Brazil, Organizer) – 24210-340 Niteroi, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Hotels in downtown Trento and near the Workshop venue will be reserved for all participants by the Workshop secretary at the ECT*.
All the detail concerning the hotel reservation will be sent to the participants in due time.
Further information on the workshop site, accommodation,
and the surroundings can be found at the ECT* website: