
 
  Status:  Approved for completion in 2018


Theory of Nuclear Structure and Nuclear Reactions
Leaders:  V.V. Voronov A.I. Vdovin N.V. Antonenko 
Participating Countries and International organizations: Armenia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Egypt,
France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Norway, Poland,
Republic of Korea, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain,
Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, USA, Uzbekistan.
Scientific Programme: The main goals are to predict and analyze properties of atomic nuclei beyond the stability valley and investigate structure
peculiarities of superheavy and exotic nuclei; to study dynamics of nuclear collisions at low and intermediate energies accompanied by
production of stable as well as radioactive nuclides; to investigate fundamental properties of various fewbody systems and develop
rigorous and effective mathematical methods of calculations of their properties; to explore the dynamics of particlenucleus and
nucleusnucleus collisions at relativistic energies and nuclear matter properties and its phase transitions at extreme values of
temperature and density.
Expected main results in 2018:
 Calculation of electron capture cross sections and rates for hot
neutronrich nuclei within the thermal quasiparticle RPA with Skyrme forces.
Development of a general scheme to extract spurious admixtures in selfconsistent
calculations for electric and magnetic nuclear excitations.
Investigation of the fine structure of the giant dipole resonance in ^{48}Ca
taking into account the coupling of the QRPA phonons with two and threephonon states.
Study of the neutron multiplicities in muon capture by spherical nuclei.
Development of a microscopic model including the Skyrme interaction with
tensor components, phononphonon coupling and effective (S=1, T=0)
pairing interaction to study a delayed multineutron emission.
Analysis of experimental data on the low lying M1 excitations in rare earth
and actinide nuclei to confirm the existence of spinscissors excitations.
 Prediction of the mass and charge distributions of fission products of
actinides and transactinides
Comparison of different reactions leading to the production of
superheavy nuclei with Z=119 and study of the nuclear structure of these
nuclei.
Development of a microscopic method of calculating the mass
distributions of fusionfission and quasifission products.
Investigation of alpha particle and heavy cluster emission
from excited superheavy compound nuclei.
Investigation of the structure of the unstable nucleus ^{22}C in view of the appearance of
the new experimental data.
Analysis of the spreading widths of giant resonances close to
doubly magic nuclei by means of the random matrix theory.
 Elaboration of a method for numerical solution of the timedependent Schroedinger
equation with nonseparable angular part and its application to confinementinduced
resonances in atomion systems.
Analysis of twodimensional scattering of a slow quantum particle by a central longrange potential.
Proof of the solvability of the Riccati operator equation in the Feshbach (resonance) spectral case.
Calculation of bound states and scattering observables for a Beryllium threeatom system in a collinear configuration with pairwise interactions.
Study of the Efimov properties of the vanderWaals clusters using Faddeev differential equations.
Study of proton halo in Coulomb decay of the ^{11}Be and ^{17}F nuclei within the
nonstationary quantummechanical approach.
Consistent formulation of the threeparticle problem with two types of particles and zerorange pairwise interactions for arbitrary values of total angular momentum and parity.
 Inclusion of viscosity effects at the hydrodynamic stage of the system evolution within the hybrid model, HydHSD, joining the initial fast stage,
described by the hadron string dynamics (HSD) model, and subsequent hydrodynamical expansion. Calculation of the rapidity distributions as well as transverse
momentum spectra of identified hadrons (including strange particles), produced in the NICA energy range.
Search for the analytical solutions for the transverse momentum distributions of the massive particles given in the framework of the nonextensive statistics.
Their applications to describe experimental data for the hadron momentum distributions in protonproton and nucleusnucleus collisions at LHC, RHIC and NICAMPD energies.
Investigation of the wide dybarions in the 3D2, 3D33G3, 1F3 partialwave states by analyzing the phase shifts and parameter of inelasticity.
Investigation of the nucleondeuteron scattering process using the relativistic BetheSalpeterFaddeev approach. Calculation of phases, scattering
lengths and cross section for this process.
Extension of the PartonHadronStringDynamics model to ultrarelativistic energies and comparison the results for global characteristics of Au+Au
collisions with recent experimental data at =2.6 and 5.2 TeV.
Calculation of the thermodynamical (temperaturedependent) vorticity for particles created at the NICA energies within the PartonHadronStringDynamics
model and study its properties.
Study of the scattering and breakup processes of the halonuclei ^{12,14}Be in nucleusnucleus collisions within the microscopic folding optical potential.
List of Activities   Activity or experiment  Leaders  
 Laboratory or other Division of JINR  Main researchers

1.  Nuclear properties at the border of
stability  V.V. Voronov A.A. Dzhioev J. Kvasil 


BLTP
 N.N. Arseniev, E.B. Balbutsev, A.I. Vdovin, H. Ganev,
V.A. Kuz'min, L.A. Malov, I.V. Molodtsova, V.O. Nesterenko,
A.P. Severyukhin, V.M. Shilov,
A.V. Sushkov, E.O. Sushenok + 3 students

2.  Lowenergy dynamics and nuclear system
properties  S.N. Ershov N.V. Antonenko R.V. Jolos 


BLTP
 G.G. Adamian, A.V. Andreev, A.N. Bezbakh,
I.A. Egorova, V.G. Kartavenko,
Sh. Kalandarov, A.K. Nasirov, R.G. Nazmitdinov, H. Paska, I.S. Rogov, T.M. Shneidman + 1 students


FLNR
 L.V. Grigorenko, Yu.E. Penionzhkevich

3.  Quantum fewbody systems  A.K. Motovilov A.S. Melezhik 


BLTP
 D. Dzhanseytov, I. Ishmukhametov, S.S. Kamalov, O.P. Klimenko, E.A. Kolganova, V.N. Kondratyev, A.A. Korobitsyn, E.A. Koval, A.V Malykh,
V.S. Melezhik, V.V. Pupyshev, \\E.A. Soloviev, D. Valiolda,
S.I. Vinitsky + 4 students


LIT
 O. Chulunbaatar, V.P. Gerdt, A.A. Gusev

4.  Processes with nuclei at relativistic energies and extreme states of matter  V.V. Burov M. Gaidarov 


BLTP
 A. Bekzhanov, S.G. Bondarenko, A.V. Frisen, L.P. Kaptari,
A. Khvorostukhin, V.K. Lukyanov, E. Myrzambekova, A.S. Parvan,
N. Sagimbaeva, A.I. Titov, V.D. Toneev, S.A. Yur'ev + 1 students


LIT
 K.V. Lukyanov, E.B. Zemlianaya


VBLHEP
 A.I. Malakhov, N.M. Piskunov, Yu.A. Panebratsev,
E.P. Rogochaya

Collaboration 
Country or International Organization  City  Institute or Laboratory 
Armenia
 Yerevan
 RAU



 YSU


Austria
 Innsbruck
 Univ.


Belarus
 Minsk
 IP NASB


Belgium
 Brussels
 VUB


 LouvainlaNeuve
 UCL


Brazil
 Florianopolis, SC
 UFSC


 Sao Paulo, SP
 UEP


 Sao Jose dos Campos, SP
 ITA


 Niteroi, RJ
 UFF


Bulgaria
 Sofia
 INRNE BAS



 NBU


Canada
 Hamilton
 McMaster


 Saskatoon
 U of S


China
 Beijing
 ITP CAS



 CIAE



 PKU


Czech Republic
 Prague
 CU


 Rez
 NPI ASCR


Egypt
 Cairo
 EAEA


 Giza
 CU


France
 Bordeaux
 UB


 Caen
 GANIL


 Orsay
 CSNSM



 IPN Orsay


Germany
 Bonn
 UniBonn


 Bielefeld
 Univ.


 Cologne
 Univ.


 Darmstadt
 GSI



 IKP



 TU Darmstadt


 Dresden
 HZDR


 Erlangen
 FAU


 Hamburg
 Univ.


 Giessen
 JLU


 Leipzig
 UoC


 Mainz
 JGU


 Rostock
 Univ.


 Siegen
 Univ.


Greece
 Thessaloniki
 AUTH


 Athens
 INP NCSR ``Demokritos''


Hungary
 Budapest
 Wigner RCP


 Debrecen
 Atomki


India
 Kasaragod
 CUK


 Chandigarh
 PU


Italy
 Bologna
 Centro, ENEA


 Catania
 INFN LNS


 Naples
 INFN


 Messina
 UniMe


 Perugia
 INFN


 Trento
 ECT*


 Turin
 UniTo


Japan
 Kobe
 Kobe Univ.


 Morioka
 Iwate Univ.


 Osaka
 RCNP



 Osaka Univ.


Kazakhstan
 Almaty
 INP


Lithuania
 Kaunas
 VMU


Moldova
 Chi sina
 IAP ASM


Norway
 Bergen
 UiB


 Oslo
 UiO


Poland
 Krakow
 NINP PAS


 Lublin
 UMCS


 OtwockSwierk
 NCBJ


 Warsaw
 UW



 WUT


Republic of Korea
 Seoul
 SNU


 Daejeon
 IBS


Romania
 Bucharest
 IFINHH



 UB


Russia
 Moscow
 NNRU "MEPhI"



 MSU



 NRC KI



 SINP MSU



 PFUR


 Moscow, Troitsk
 INR RAS


 Gatchina
 NRC KI PNPI


 Krasnoyarsk
 KIP SB RAS


 Omsk
 OmSU


 Saratov
 SSU


 St. Petersburg
 SPbSU


 Vladivostok
 FEFU


Serbia
 Belgrade
 IPB


Slovakia
 Bratislava
 CU



 IP SAS


 Kosice
 IEP SAS


South Africa
 Pretoria
 Unisa


 Stellenbosch
 SU


 Cape Town
 iThemba LABS


Spain
 Palma
 UIB


Sweden
 Lund
 LU


 Goteborg
 Chalmers


Switzerland
 Bern
 Uni Bern


Taiwan
 Taipei
 NTU



 IP AS


Ukraine
 Kiev
 KINR NASU



 BITP NASU



 NUK


 Kharkov
 NSC KIPT


USA
 Lemont, IL
 ANL


 Los Alamos, NM
 LANL


 Notre Dame, IN
 ND


 University Park, PA
 Penn State


Uzbekistan
 Tashkent
 IAP NUU



 INP AS RUz



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