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Prof. Yang Sun (Jiao Tong University of Shanghai)

Nuclear shell model studies of exotic nuclei and implications in astrophysics

Mardi 4 Octobre à 16h

The knowledge of nuclear structure in exotic mass regions is important for understanding nucleosynthesis processes. In a recent paper published in Physical Review Letters, scientists of the Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, have reported their results from the Cooler Storage Ring at the Heavy Ion Research Facility in Lanzhou. Significantly, detailed X-ray burst model calculations that use the new mass value of 65As suggest that the N=Z nucleus 64Ge is no longer a good waiting point along the path of rp-process nucleosynthesis in type-I X-ray bursts. This talk will discuss some recent shell model results of exotic nuclei that may be involved in the rp- and r-processes, make possible connections of the current nuclear research to the astrophysical interests, and discuss the future plans of the shell model study for nuclear astrophysics.