

Leaders: 
N.V. Antonenko 
Participating
Countries and International organizations:
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, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA, Uzbekistan.
Issues
addressed and main goals of research:
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.
Expected
main results in the current year:
Calculations of βdecay and electron capture halflives for superheavy deformed nuclei.
Development of the formalism of the coupling with complex configurations within selfconsistent nuclear models.
Investigation of Coriolis mixing in dipole states of light deformed nuclei.
Study of the betadelayed gammaspectroscopy of the cadmium isotope ^{126}Cd.
Study of the properties of isoscalar giant monopole resonance with using elements of random matrix theory.
Estimation of the influence of pair correlation strength on the formation of nuclear scissors states within the framework of the Wigner function moments method.
Study of the spinflip resonance and 2+ collective excitations by the Wigner function moments method.
Analysis of isomeric states in heavy nuclei and their influence on the αdecay spectrum.
Calculation and analysis of cross sections of the formation of superheavy nuclei in different evaporation channels.
Comparative analysis of cross sections of the formation of nuclei with Z=119 and 120 in reactions with the use of ^{50}Ti and ^{54}Cr beams.
Study of the mass and energy distributions of transactinide fission fragments.
Analysis of the cross section of fusion reactions of interest in astrophysics.
Study of qubits in external fields.
Calculation of spontaneous fission inhibiting factors for odd nuclei in the cluster approach.
Analysis of the contribution of various nparticle nhole configurations in the formation of the spreading width of giant nuclear resonances.
Description of the decay widths of giant monopole and quadrupole resonances inheavy nuclei within random matrix theory. Study of the evolution of mirrorasymmetric deformation in isotopic chains of actinides and rareearth nuclei.
Investigation of the early stage tunneling dynamics of ultracold twoatom systems.
Investigation of a highly excited state of the 1p shell nuclei.
Calculation of bound states and scattering processes in two and threeatom systems formed of the rare gas atoms.
Analysis of the threebody energy spectra of twocomponent systems with zerorange interactions in one and two dimensions.
Study of the spectra of lowlying states for a chain of zirconium isotopes within the geometric collective model.
Development of computational schemes based on twodimensional discretevariable representations in application to fewbody quantum systems.
Proof of bounds for the maximal possible speed of subspace time evolution generated by unbounded Hamiltonians.
Justification of the use of single and double Compton ionization of atoms as a new method for dynamical spectroscopy of the electron momentum distribution.
Analysis of the quasitwodimensional motion of two interacting hydrogen atoms on a liquid helium film.
Study of the analytic structure of the multichannel Rmatrix.
Study of dynamics of a hydrogen atom in a strong elliptically polarized laser field within the timedependent numerical approach.
Study of total reflection induced by the superinterference phenomenon
Analysis of the effect of deformation on the breakup of the ^{11}Be halo nucleus within the timedependent approach.
Correct formulation of the entangled exit channels in the model of incoming wave boundary conditions in subbarrier heavyion fusion reactions.
Theoretical analysis of the proton and nucleusnucleus scattering crosssections over some targetnuclei in the energy range from 30 MeV to 1 GeV/nucleon basing on the development of the respective microscopic model of optical potential.
Study of essentially multiphoton quantum processes expected in reactions induced by intense short and ultrashort laser pulses with arbitrary polarization.
Application of nonextensive statistical methods to describe the particle production andtransverse momentum distributions of hadrons in heavy ionproton and protonproton collisions.
Study of protondeuteron elastic scattering in the framework of the relativistic BetheSalpeterFaddeev formalism with a separable kernel. Investigation of the polarization characteristics in this reaction.
Investigation of the properties ofbaryon and pseudoscalar mesons at finite temperature and density in the framework of threeflavour PolyakovNambuJonaLasinio model.
Investigation of the cross sections of Y absorption and Y production in BBcollision in the framework of the covariant quark model with SU(5) Lagrangian including anomalous interactions.
Analysisof the BetheSalpeter solutions in coordinate space, establishment of some patterns and investigation of abnormal solutions.
Study of the shortrange deuteron structure and of the color transparency effect in protondeuteron interactions at relativistic energies within the generalized eikonal approximation.
List of Activities: 



Activity or experiment 
Leaders 


Laboratory
or other 
Main researchers 

1. 
Microscopic
models for exotic 
V.V.
Voronov 


BLTP 
N.N.
Arsenyev, E.B. Balbutsev, H. Ganev, V.A. Kuz'min, 

MLIT 
N.Yu. Shirikova 

FLNP 
A.M. Sukhovoi 
2. 
Lowenergy
nuclear dynamics 
S.N.
Ershov 


BLTP 
G.G.
Adamian, A.V. Andreev, A.N. Bezbakh, Sh. Kalandarov, 

FLNR 
L.V. Grigorenko, Yu.E. Penionzhkevich, A.I. Svirikhin 

DLNP 
A.S.
Zhemchugov 
3. 
Quantum fewbody systems 
A.K.
Motovilov 


BLTP 
Ishmukhamedov, D.
Janseitov, E.A. Kolganova, 

DLNP 
O.I. Kartavtsev 

MLIT 
O. Chulunbaatar, A.A. Gusev 
4. 
Relativistic
nuclear dynamics 
V.V.
Burov 


BLTP 
M.
Baznat, S.M. Dorkin, A.V. Frisen, L.P. Kaptari, A.B. Larionov,
V.K. Lukyanov, A.S. Parvan, A.I. Titov, V.D. Toneev, S.A.
Yur'ev, 1 student 

MLIT 
Yu.L. Kalinovskiy, K.V. Lukyanov, E.V. Zemlyanaya 

VBLHEP 
V.P.
Ladygin, N.B. Ladygina, 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 
ULB 




VUB 



LouvainlaNeuve 
UCL 


Brazil 
Florianopolis, SC 
UFSC 



Niteroi, RJ 
UFF 



Sao Jose dos Campos, SP 
ITA 



Sao Paulo, SP 
UEP 


Bulgaria 
Sofia 
INRNE BAS 




NBU 


Canada 
Hamilton, ON 
McMaster 



Saskatoon 
U of S 



Waterloo 
WLU 


China 
Beijing 
CIAE 




ITP CAS 




PKU 


Czech Republic 
Prague 
CU 


Egypt 
Giza 
CU 


France 
Bordeaux 
UB 



Caen 
GANIL 



Orsay 
CSNSM 




IJCLab 


Germany 
Berlin 
HZB 



Bielefeld 
Univ. 



Bonn 
UniBonn 



Cologne 
Univ. 



Darmstadt 
GSI 




TU Darmstadt 



Dresden 
HZDR 



Erlangen 
FAU 



Frankfurt/Main 
Univ. 



Giessen 
JLU 



Hamburg 
Univ. 



Leipzig 
UoC 



Mainz 
JGU 



Regensburg 
UR 



Rostock 
Univ. 



Siegen 
Univ. 


Greece 
Athens 
INP NCSR "Demokritos" 


Hungary 
Budapest 
Wigner RCP 



Debrecen 
Atomki 


India 
Chandigarh 
PU 



Kasaragod 
CUK 



New Delhi 
IUAC 


Iran 
Zanjan 
IASBS 


Italy 
Bologna 
BRC ENEA 



Catania 
INFN LNS 



Messina 
UniMe 



Naples 
INFN 



Perugia 
INFN 



Turin 
UniTo 


Japan 
Kobe 
Kobe Univ. 



Morioka 
Iwate Univ. 



Osaka 
Osaka Univ. 




RCNP 


Kazakhstan 
Almaty 
INP 




KazNU 


Lithuania 
Kaunas 
VMU 


Mexico 
Mexico City 
UNAM 


Moldova 
Chisinau 
IAP 


Norway 
Bergen 
UiB 



Oslo 
UiO 


Poland 
Krakow 
INP PAS 



Lublin 
UMCS 



Otwock (Swierk) 
NCBJ 



Warsaw 
UW 


Republic of Korea 
Daegu 
KNU 



Daejeon 
IBS 



Jeonju 
JBNU 



Seoul 
SNU 


Romania 
Bucharest 
IFINHH 




UB 


Russia 
Dolgoprudny 
MIPT 



Gatchina 
NRC KI PNPI 



Khabarovsk 
PNU 



Moscow 
MSU 




NNRU "MEPhI" 




NRC KI 




PFUR 




SINP MSU 



Moscow, Troitsk 
INR RAS 



Omsk 
OmSU 



Saratov 
SSU 



St. Petersburg 
SPbSU 



Vladivostok 
FEFU 


Serbia 
Belgrade 
IPB 


Slovakia 
Bratislava 
CU 




IP SAS 


South Africa 
Johannesburg 
WITS 



Pretoria 
UP 



Somerset West 
iThemba LABS 



Stellenbosch 
SU 


Spain 
Palma 
UiB 


Sweden 
Goteborg 
Chalmers 



Lund 
LU 


Taiwan 
Taipei 
NTU 


Ukraine 
Kiev 
BITP NASU 




KINR NASU 




NUK 


United Kingdom 
Guildford 
Univ. 


USA 
Lemont, IL 
ANL 


Los Alamos, NM 
LANL 


Notre Dame, IN 
ND 


Raleigh, NC 
NCCU 


University Park, PA 
Penn State 

Uzbekistan 
Namangan 
NamMTI 


Tashkent 
Assoc. P.S. PTI 



IAP NUU 



INP AS RUz 