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Nuclear Structure and Skyrme's Interaction

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Nuclear structure is a manifestation of the nature of the strong interaction which binds the system. Aside from Skyrmions, Skyrme devisedan effective interaction designed to reproduce the binding energies of a wide range of nuclear systems – the Skyrme interaction. This interaction remains popular today and we will follow it to its breaking point. Modern ab inito approaches will be touched upon as will some of their predictions for the structure of light nuclear systems. The range of structural possibilities for light nuclei, some of them rather exotic, will be presented together with experimental techniques used to gain access to them.

This talk is part of the Theoretical Physics Colloquium series.

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