24-30 July 2016
Highfield Campus, University of Southampton
Europe/London timezone

Nuclear Physics

26 Jul 2016, 09:00
45m
Building 32 (EEE) Room 1015 and Building 67 (Nightingale) Room 1027 via video link (Highfield Campus, University of Southampton)

Building 32 (EEE) Room 1015 and Building 67 (Nightingale) Room 1027 via video link

Highfield Campus, University of Southampton

Highfield Campus, Southampton SO17 1BJ, UK
Talk Plenary Session Plenary Session

Speaker

Prof. Martin Savage (Institute for Nuclear Theory)

Description

Lattice QCD is making good progress toward calculating the structure and properties of light nuclei and the forces between nucleons. These calculations will ultimately refine the nuclear forces, particularly in the three- and four-nucleon sector and the short-distance interactions of nucleons with electroweak currents, and allow for a reduction of uncertainties in nuclear many-body calculations of nuclei and their reactions. After highlighting their importance, particularly to the Nuclear Physics and High-Energy Physics experimental programs, I will discuss the progress that has been made toward achieving these goals and the challenges that remain.

Primary author

Prof. Martin Savage (Institute for Nuclear Theory)

Presentation Materials

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