
Theory of Nuclear Systems
Armenia, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, China, Czech Republic, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Iran, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Mexico, Moldova, Norway, Poland, Republic of Korea, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, 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.
Investigation of the anomalous behavior of the moment of inertia in well deformed light nuclei. Calculation and analysis of the doublegamma decay widths of quadrupole states of mediumheavy and heavy nuclei. Study of relativistic corrections to the symmetric nuclear matter and pure neutron matter equations of state based on the modified Fayans functional. Study of the nature of lowlying 2^{+}, 1^{+} and 0^{+} states in axially symmetric nuclei by the Wigner function moments method. Calculation of energies, excitation probabilities and the corresponding currents. Analysis of the contribution of 3 particle – 3 hole configurations in the formation of isoscalar giant monopole resonance of ^{48}Ca. Study of the collective dynamics in nuclei from different mass regions within the framework of the protonneutron symplectic model. Study of nonadiabatic effects in the properties of the negative parity bands of the ^{238}U nucleus. Study of the possibility of constructing an energy density functional that allows describing the nucleusnucleus potential.
Study of the structure of lowlying states and electromagnetic transitions in oddproton nuclei in alphadecay chains of superheavy nuclei. Formulation of the collective model with pairing and alphaparticle type correlations. Description of the lowest states of transient nuclei. Suggestion of the method for calculating the preequilibrium emission of clusters in the collision of heavy ions to analyze the mechanism of incomplete fusion of nuclei. Calculation of the angular and energy distributions of these clusters. Investigation of reactions for obtaining superheavy elements 119 and 120. Study of the isotopic dependence of the complete fusion cross section. Prediction of the fission properties of superheavy nuclei. Consideration of fission from isomeric states. Study of the influence of the shape of the scission configuration of a fissioning nucleus on the dynamics of fragments. Investigation of the possibility of obtaining exotic nuclei in cluster transfer reactions. Application of the quantumdiffusion approach to the description of astrophysical fusion reactions. Description of onenucleon transfer reactions in ^{9}Be + ^{3}He collisions. Description of the ^{8}He structure within the fivebody approach. Study of the effects of spinorbit interaction on the transport properties of nanosystems (graphene, quantum dots, wires). Features of the qubit embedded in the thermostat.
Effect of the supernova explosion mechanism in neutrino spectra and prospects for observations by largevolume telescopes. Regularization of the threebody problem with contact and singular interactions at the triple collision point. Investigation of diatomic molecule alignment in twocolor laser fields. Determination of the limit of probabilities of ionization and excitation of atoms by the laser field at a carrier frequency tending to zero. Establishment of quantum speed limits for the subspace evolution governed by timedependent Hamiltonians. Investigation of lowenergy electronneutron scattering. Development of a method for locating extremely narrow resonances and calculating their parameters. Analysis of strongfield atomic dynamics within quantum quasiclassical approach including the center of mass motion. Study of the problem of “tunneling time” in laser ionization of atoms by the method of Bohmian (quantum) trajectories. Development of a method for calculating the parameters of the generalized optical potential model via a scattering matrix of the incoming wave boundary condition model for subbarrier fusion heavy ion reactions.
Analytical calculations of the lepton g2 anomaly. Investigation of the finitetemperature behavior of ghost and gluon propagators within an approach based on the rainbow truncated DysonSchwinger equations in the Landau gauge. Study of essentially multiphoton quantum processes in interaction of ultrarelativistic electrons with polarized intense laser pulses. Finding of observables that are sensitive to the dynamics of multiphoton processes, for example, differential distributions of Compton photons and electronpositron pairs formed in electronlaser interaction. Development of methods of nonextensive statistical mechanics applied to describe the particle production and transverse momentum distributions of hadrons in heavyion and protonproton collisions. Construction of a model for describing shortrange quasideuteron correlations in nuclei and its application for describing of protonnucleus reactions at relativistic energies, including knockout of the correlated pnpair and cumulative production. Development of relativistic methods to study the polarized elastic protondeuteron scattering at high energies. Investigation of the cross sections of Y absorption and Y production in BBcollisions in the framework of the covariant quark model with SU(5) Lagrangian including anomalous interactions. Investigation of twophoton decays and Dalitzdecays of light mesons in the framework of the NJL model at finite temperature and baryon density. Analysis of the BetheSalpeter solutions in coordinate space, establishing some patterns and investigation of abnormal solutions.
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