
Theory of Nuclear Systems
Armenia,
Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Czech
Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Iran,
Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, Poland,
Republic of Korea, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, South Africa,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA,
Uzbekistan. Suggestion of new theoretical approaches for description and prediction of properties of superheavy, unstable nuclei and exotic nuclear systems, calculation of their characteristics; improvement of models for explanation of mechanisms of reactions of nuclei with particles and nuclei at low and intermediate energies; establishment of universal laws in lowdimensional smallparticle systems and smallparticle systems at ultralow energies; development of the twostage hybrid model of nuclear collisions at relativistic energies; study of nonlinear quantum processes in the interaction of photons with ultrashort highfrequency laser pulses.
Study of the effects of the phononphonon coupling on the properties of lowlying quadrupole states in the N=80 isotopes. Study of the nature of three branches of the nuclear scissors mode and associated neutron and proton currents taking into account spin degrees of freedom within the framework of the Wigner function moments method. Microscopic analysis of the nature of the spin scissors mode in deformed nuclei. Analysis of the γγdecay width of a lowenergy quadrupole state. Study of electromagnetic transitions in superheavy atomic nuclei.
Study of the energy dependence of the total kinetic energy of fission fragments in the preactinide and actinide regions. Derivation of the analytical formula for the fusion reaction cross section at subbarrier energies. Study of open quantum systems in external timedependent fields. Calculation of spontaneous fission halflives within the cluster approach. Investigation of the shape coexistence phenomenon and phase transitions in atomic nuclei. Investigation of isovector pair correlations in nuclei with A~56. Analysis of the contribution of various nparticle nhole configurations in the formation of spreading widths of giant nuclear resonances. Calculation of partial cross sections of angular and mass distributions for products formed in deep inelastic reactions and quasifission.
Investigation of cluster correlations of 1pshell nuclei in direct nuclear reactions. Computation of resonances in Efimovtype systems. Study of the structure of weakly bound triatomic systems. Study of the effect of inelastic nuclear scattering on supernova neutrino spectra. Investigation of the time evolution of the system of two interacting dipoles in external fields in twodimensional geometry of an optical trap. Development of the model of interaction between neutral particles and nonspherical nuclei. Calculations of the 0_{3}^{+ }state of the ^{12}C nucleus in the α cluster model. Development of a nonperturbative approach for quantitative analysis of the Coulomb and nuclear breakup of halo nuclei in the region of intermediate and low energies. Optimal bounds on the speed of the subspace time evolution generated by quantummechanical Hamiltonians. Calculation of the population of atomic levels under the action of a laser pulse of finite length in the adiabatic limit. Lowenergy asymptotics of the twodimensional scattering phase shifts by а central powerlike potential. Modelling of the high harmonic generation by elliptically polarized strong laser fields beyond the dipole approximation. Calculation of bound states in the continuum generated by superinterference. Study of the nearsurface diffusion in tunneling of diatomic beryllium molecules through the potential barriers in the strong channel coupling method.
Modification of theoretical models for the processes of photo and hadro production in order to study the reaction mechanism and structure of exotic hadrons. Calculation of the cross sections for reactions of the Ymeson with light mesons in the framework of the chiral model using different formfactors. Investigation of the phase diagram structure for the quark matter under rotation in the framework of the NambuJonaLosinio model. Development of the existing and new approaches to solve the DysonSchwinger equations for quark and gluon propagators and the BetheSalpeter equations for quarkonia and glueballs at zero and finite temperature, and investigation of the analytical properties of the obtained solutions in the complex Euclidean plane. Detailed study of the temperature dependence of gluon and quark propagators in the neighbourhood of temperatures of possible phase (crossover) transitions within the framework of Matsubara imaginary time formalism. Theoretical analysis of the peculiarities of the pionnucleon 33 resonance in pionmeson scattering on bound nucleons in nuclei. Investigation of the transverse momentum distributions of hadrons created in heavyion and protonproton collisions in the framework of statistical models. Calculation of relativistic corrections to the form factors of threenucleon bound states caused by Lorentz transformations using multirank separable potentials. Investigation of the impact of the quark anomalous magnetic moment on the pion electromagnetic form factor.
