Forteenth International Workshop on Nuclear Theory
Rila Mountains, Bulgaria
June 14-19, 1995
From 14-th to 19-thJune, 1995, the 14-th International Workshop on Nuclear Theory was held at the Scientific House of the Sofia University "St.Kliment Ohridsky" in the Rila Mountains for about 30 participants.
The Workshop takes place every year and is organized by the Nuclear Theory Group in the Institute of Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Sofia, Bulgaria). The Workshop was partly supported by the Bulgarian National Science Foundation under contracts Phi - 406 and Phi - 415,the Bulgarian Committee of Atomic Energy and the Foundation "St.St. Cyril and Methodius"
The topics of the nuclear physics treated in the lectures and contributions were short-range nucleon-nucleon correlations in nuclei (Prof. A.N. Antonov, Dr. S.S. Dimitrova, Dr. S. Massen, M.K. Gaidarov), relativistic scaling in nuclear matter and finite nuclei (Dr. M.V. Stoitsov, G. Stoicheva), hadron structure in chiral quark-meson theory (Dr. Chr.V. Christov), residual interaction strength and surface effects in the multistep reaction calculations (Dr. M. Avrigeanu), theoretical and experimental studies of heavy ion collisions (Prof. V.K. Lukyanov, Prof. E. Gadioli, Prof. K.A. Gridnev), quantum algebraic approach to nuclear collective properties (N. Minkov), description of low-lying states in even-even nuclei (Dr. A.I. Georgieva), deformed oscillator potentials (Dr. D. Bonatsos), studies of solar neutrinos by I-127 detectors (Prof. S. Pittel) and gamma-ray astronomy of ultra-high energies (Prof. J. Stamenov).
The wonderful places for mountaineering in the Malyovitza region of the Rila Mountains enable the participants in the Workshop to have good rest hours after the lectures and discussions.
It is supposed that the next Workshop on Nuclear Theory will be held in June 1996.A.N.Antonov and M.V.Stoitsov,
Nuclear Theory Group,
Department of Theoretical Physics,
Institute of Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy,
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences,
Sofia 1784, Bulgaria
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