# Intensive Week Course: Nuclear Shell Model - Hands-on

## Prof. K. Heyde et al, 22.-26. March 2010

### General Information:

The course was held within the Bonn-Cologne Graduate School of Physics and Astronomy. The opening lecture by the main lecturer Prof. Heyde was on Monday, March 22nd, 10:00 - 12:00. There were also practical sessions for introducing some Nuclear Shell Model computer programs.### Some Photos:

Here are some selected photos from the SM Intensive week:

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### Lecturers:

- Prof. Dr. Kris Heyde (University of Gent)
- Prof. Dr. Ulf Meißner (University of Bonn/FZJ)
- Dr. Hubert Grawe (GSI, Darmstadt)
- Dr. Andrey Blazhev (IKP, University of Cologne)

### Time and Place:

- 22.-26. March 2010, seminar room IKP
- Mo - Fr 10:00 - 12:00, 14:00 - 16:00
- Tu - Th 16:00 - 17:00

### Program:

Monday (22.03.) | Tuesday (23.03.) | Wednesday (24.03.) | Thursday (25.03.) | Friday (26.03.) | |
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10:00 - 12:00 | Prof. Dr. K. Heyde | Prof. Dr. K. Heyde | Prof. Dr. K. Heyde | Prof. Dr. K. Heyde | Prof. Dr. K. Heyde |

14:00 - 16:00 | Dr. A. Blazhev | Dr. H. Grawe | Prof. Dr. U. Meißner | Dr. H. Grawe | exercise 4 (A.B.) |

16:00 - 17:00 | exercise 1 (A.B. + H.G.) | exercise 2 (A.B.) | exercise 3 (A.B. + H.G.) |

### Exercises:

- Solution part 1: Pandya transformation of p(f7/2).n(f7/2) PP(42Sc) to PH(48Sc)
- Solution part 2: the rest of exercise 1

- Solutions to exercise 2 done by RITS-TK calculations and construction and diagonalisation of 3x3 matrix using external program

- Solutions to exercise 3 done by OXBASH calculation

### Literature:

- K. Heyde, The nuclear shell model, Springer-verlag, Berlin, (1990)
- R. Casten, Nuclear structure from a simple perspective, Oxford University Press, (2000)
- Euroschool on exotic beams, Lecture notes on Physics, Springer, including lecture notes of H. Grawe LNP 651, 33 (2004)
- E. Caurier et al., The shell model as a unified view of nuclear structure, Rev. Mod. Phys. 77, 427 (2005)

### Helpful links:

Location of the Physics Institutes and the Institute of Nuclear Physics (IKP):

Here is a figure how to find the "Seminar IKP" inside the institute's building: