24th European Conference on Few-Body Problems in Physics

from Sunday, September 1, 2019 (4:55 PM) to Friday, September 6, 2019 (9:45 PM)
University of Surrey

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Sep 1, 2019
Sep 2, 2019
Sep 3, 2019
Sep 4, 2019
Sep 5, 2019
Sep 6, 2019
AM
8:30 AM --- Registration & Morning Coffee ---
9:00 AM
Plenary Session 1 Monday (until 10:45 AM) ()
9:00 AM Observation of Efimov states in ultracold atoms - Cheng Chin (University of Chicago)   ()
9:35 AM Exotic structures in exotic nuclei - Dr F. Miguel Marqués (LPC-Caen, France)   ()
10:10 AM Constraining Hyperon-Nucleon and Hyperon-Hyperon interactions with femtoscopy in ALICE - Andreas Mathis (Technische Universität München (DE))   ()
10:45 AM --- Morning Coffee ---
11:15 AM
Plenary Session 2 Monday (until 1:00 PM) ()
11:15 AM Ultra cold chemistry using the R-matrix method - Jonathan Tennyson (University College London)   ()
11:50 AM Solutions of the Faddeev-Yakubovsky equations for five-nucleon systems - Dr Rimantas Lazauskas (IPHC, Strasbourg)   ()
12:25 PM The molecular nature of some exotic hadrons - Prof. Angels Ramos (University of Barcelona and ICC)   ()
8:30 AM --- Morning Coffee ---
9:00 AM
Plenary Session 1 Tuesday (until 10:45 AM) ()
9:00 AM Skyrmions and clustering in light nuclei - Prof. Paul Sutcliffe (Durham University)   ()
9:35 AM Lattice simulations for nuclei, ultracold atoms, and ions - Prof. Dean Lee (Michigan State University)   ()
10:10 AM Nucleon structure from Lattice QCD and future prospects - Prof. Constantia Alexandrou (University of Cyprus and The Cyprus Institute)   ()
10:45 AM --- Morning Coffee ---
11:15 AM
Special Session: in memoriam of Roy Glauber -Prof. Jim Al-Khalili (University of Surrey) (until 12:35 PM) ()
11:15 AM Roy Glauber and asymptotic diffraction theory   ()
12:00 PM The eikonal model of reactions involving exotic nuclei; Roy Glauber's legacy in today’s nuclear physics - Pierre Capel (Universität Mainz)   ()
8:30 AM --- Morning Coffee ---
9:00 AM
Plenary Session 1 Wednesday (until 10:45 AM) ()
9:00 AM Hyperons - a strange key to the strong interaction - Stina Karin Schoenning   ()
9:35 AM Nuclear structure corrections in light muonic atoms - Sonia Bacca (University of Mainz)   ()
10:10 AM Energy-dependent 3-body loss in 1D Bose gases - Prof. David Weiss (Penn State)   ()
10:45 AM --- Morning Coffee ---
11:15 AM
Plenary Session 2 Wednesday (until 1:00 PM) ()
11:15 AM Exploring Three-Nucleon Forces in Three- and Four Nucleon Scattering - Kimiko Sekiguchi (Tohoku University)   ()
11:50 AM d^* (2380) hexaquark: from Photoproduction to Neutron Stars - Dr Mikhail Bashkanov (University of York)   ()
12:25 PM Dibaryon resonances and NN interaction - Dr Olga Rubtsova (Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University)   ()
8:30 AM --- Morning Coffee ---
9:00 AM
Plenary Session 1 Thursday (until 10:45 AM) ()
9:00 AM Few-body strangeness nuclei and their puzzles - Dr Takehiko Saito (RIKEN/GSI)   ()
9:35 AM Ab Initio Calculations of Light Hypernuclei - Dr Daniel Gazda (Nuclear Physics Institute of the CAS)   ()
10:10 AM Weakly bound nuclei: A unified description of intrinsic and relative degrees of freedom - Prof. Eduardo Garrido (IEM-CSIC)   ()
10:45 AM --- Morning Coffee ---
11:15 AM
Young Researcher's Award Session - Alejandro Kievsky (INFN) (until 12:40 PM) ()
11:15 AM --- Young Researcher's Award Ceremony ---
11:30 AM The Hoyle Family: precision break-up measurements to explore nuclear $\alpha$-condensates - Dr Robin Smith (Sheffield Hallam University)   ()
12:05 PM Few nucleons and other stories - Sebastian König (TU Darmstadt)   ()
8:30 AM --- Morning Coffee ---
9:00 AM
Plenary Session 1 Friday (until 10:45 AM) ()
9:00 AM Study of light nuclei by polarization observables in electron scattering - Simon Sirca (Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, U of Ljubljana)   ()
9:35 AM Universal few-body clusters in cold atoms - Shimpei Endo (Tohoku University)   ()
10:10 AM Giving a twist to Halo states: Helium Dimer and Trimer in Rotation - Reinhard Doerner (University Frankfurt)   ()
10:45 AM --- Morning Coffee ---
11:15 AM
Parallel Session Friday: Atoms and Molecules (until 1:00 PM) ()
11:15 AM Spin-orbit-coupled Bose-Einstein Condensate as playground to explore quantum collision and chemistry - Yong Chen (Purdue Univ)   ()
11:45 AM Four-Body Scale in Universal Few-Boson Systems - Johannes Kirscher (The University of Manchester)   ()
12:10 PM Elastic scattering of three ultracold bosons - Paul Mestrom (Eindhoven University of Technology)   ()
12:35 PM An investigation for the appearance of long range nuclear potential on the ultra low energy nuclear synthesis - Prof. Shinsho Oryu (Tokyo university of science)   ()
11:20 AM
Parallel Session Friday: Nuclear Reactions (until 1:00 PM) ()
11:20 AM Effects of an induced three-body force in the incident channel of (d,p) reactions - Mr Michael Dinmore (University of Surrey)   ()
11:45 AM Analysis of breakup of halo nuclei using configuration space Faddeev-Yakubovsky formalism - Prof. Mantile Leslie Lekala (University of South Africa)   ()
12:10 PM Multi-neutron transfer in the scattering of 8He at Coulomb barrier energies - Prof. Ismael Martel Bravo (Univ. Liverpool (UK), Univ. Huelva (Spain))   ()
12:35 PM Few-body results for 12C(p,pN) at high energies - Dr Arnoldas Deltuva (Vilnius University)   ()
PM
5:00 PM --- Welcome Drinks Reception ---
1:00 PM
Lunch (until 2:00 PM) ()
2:00 PM
Parallel Session Monday: Atoms and Molecules (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Three-body systems in novel two-dimensional materials - Roman Kezerashvili (City University of New York)   ()
2:30 PM Accuracy of the Born-Oppenheimer approximation and universality in a one-dimensional three-body system - Lucas Happ (Universität Ulm)   ()
2:55 PM Universal Short Range Correlations in Bosonic Helium Clusters - Betzalel Bazak   ()
3:20 PM Link between the complex rotation resonances and scattering matrix resonances - Prof. Alexander K. Motovilov (BLTP, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)   ()
2:00 PM
Parallel Session Monday: Few-Nucleon Systems (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Investigations of the Few-Nucleon Systems \newline within the LENPIC Project - Jacek Golak (M. Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University)   ()
2:30 PM Tracing a few-fermion system inside the unitary window - Dr Alejandro Kievsky (INFN)   ()
2:55 PM Four-nucleon continuum: from near-threshold resonances to intermediate-energy collisions - Dr A Deltuva (Vilnius U.)   ()
3:20 PM Derivation of relativistic Yakubovsky equations under Poincare invariance - Prof. Hiroyuki Kamada (Kyushu Institute of Technology)   ()
2:00 PM
Parallel Session Monday: Short-range Correlations in Nuclei (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Short-range nucleon correlations studied with electron and photon probes. - Prof. Douglas MacGregor (University of Glasgow)   ()
2:30 PM Measurement of the ratio of the nucleon structure functions, F2n/ F2p, from electron deep inelastic scattering off the A=3 mirror nuclei. - Jason Bane (University of Tennessee)   ()
2:55 PM Latest results concerning short range correlations obtained in the dp elastic and dp breakup processes at Nuclotron, JINR. - Dr Marian Janek (Zilina University, Physics Dept.)   ()
3:20 PM Theoretical study of Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering off 4He - Sara Fucini (INFN - National Institute for Nuclear Physics)   ()
3:45 PM --- Afternoon Coffee ---
4:15 PM
Parallel Session Monday: Few-Nucleon Systems (until 6:25 PM) ()
4:20 PM Measurement of Spin Correlation Coefficients in ${\it p-}$$^{3}$He Scattering at 65 MeV - Ms Minami Inoue (Tohoku univ., Japan)   ()
4:45 PM Studies of the star configurations at intermediate energies with the use of the BINA detector - Andrzej Gabriel Wilczek (University of Silesia (PL))   ()
5:10 PM Dynamical effects in deuteron-proton reaction at 100 MeV - Izabela Skwira-Chalot (Faculty of Physics University of Warsaw)   ()
5:35 PM Differential Cross Section for Proton Induced Deuteron Breakup at 108 MeV - Mrs Angelina Łobejko (University of Silesia)   ()
6:00 PM Studies of Few-Nucleon Systems via $^2H(dn)p$ Deuteron Breakup Reaction. - Bogusław Włoch (Institute of Nuclear Physics, PAS)   ()
4:15 PM
Parallel Session Monday: Hadrons and particles (until 6:25 PM) ()
4:15 PM Mesons with charm and bottom quarks in a covariant quark model - Alfred Stadler (University of Évora)   ()
4:45 PM The charged $Z_c$ and $Z_b$ structures in a constituent quark model approach - Dr Pablo Garcia Ortega (University of Salamanca)   ()
5:10 PM Generalized parton distribution functions of $\rho$ meson - Prof. Yubing Dong (Institute of High Energy Physics)   ()
4:20 PM
Parallel Session Monday: Clustering in Nuclei (until 6:25 PM) ()
4:25 PM Impact of uncertainties of unbound $^{10}$Li on the ground state of two-neutron halo $^{11}$Li - Dr JAGJIT SINGH (Research Center for Nuclear Physics (RCNP), Osaka University, Ibaraki 567-0047, Japan)   ()
4:50 PM 19B isotope as a 17B-n-n three-body system in the unitary limit - Jaume Carbonell (CNRS)   ()
5:15 PM Clustering in $^{18}$O – absolute determination of branching ratios via high-resolution particle spectroscopy - Stuart Pirrie (University of Birmingham)   ()
5:40 PM Deuteron-Alpha Scattering in a Three-Body Approach - Charlotte Elster (Ohio University)   ()
12:35 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Parallel Session Tuesday: Atoms and Molecules (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Donor impurities in silicon as a platform for few-body problems: donor excitation and donor-donor interactions - Benedict Murdin (University of Surrey)   ()
2:30 PM Energy spectrum of excitons in semiconductor quantum wells - Pavel Belov   ()
2:55 PM Theory of three and four body quantum dots in Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides - Dr Shalva Tsiklauri (The City University of New york-BMCC)   ()
3:20 PM Dipolar condensed atomic mixtures and miscibility under rotation - Prof. LAURO TOMIO (UNESP)   ()
2:00 PM
Parallel Session Tuesday: Few-Nucleon Systems (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Few-Nucleon System Dynamics Studied via Deuteron-Deuteron Collisions at 160 MeV - Izabela Ciepał (H. Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics PAS)   ()
2:30 PM Quasi-free limit in the deuteron-deuteron three-body break-up process - Prof. Nasser Kalantar-Nayestanaki (KVI-CART, University of Groningen)   ()
2:55 PM Measurement for $p$--$^3$He elastic scattering with a 65 MeV polarized proton beam - Mr Shinnosuke Nakai (Tohoku Univ.)   ()
3:20 PM Measurement of $^3$He analyzing power for $p-^3$He scattering using the polarized $^3$He target - Mr Atomu Watanabe (Tohoku University)   ()
2:00 PM
Parallel Session Tuesday: Short-Range Correlations in Nuclei (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Study Nucleon-Nucleon Interaction with Short Range Correlation - Eli Piasetzky (Tel Aviv University)   ()
2:30 PM Towards Renormalization Invariant Equation of State of Nuclear Matter - Dr Mehdi Drissi (University of Surrey)   ()
2:55 PM Bogoliubov Many-Body Perturbation Theory - Dr Pierre Arthuis (University of Surrey)   ()
3:20 PM Nuclear short range correlations and universality - Nir Barnea (The Hebrew University)   ()
3:45 PM --- Afternoon Coffee ---
4:15 PM
Parallel Session Tuesday: Atoms and Molecules (until 6:00 PM) ()
4:15 PM Revealing missing charges in few-body cold-atom systems with generalised quantum fluctuation relations - Dr Jordi Mur-Petit (University of Oxford)   ()
4:45 PM A coherent superposition of Feshbach dimers and Efimov trimers. - Lev Khaykovich (Physics Department, Bar-Ilan University)   ()
5:10 PM Phase Transitions of an Ultracold Gas in a Quasicrystalline Potential - Mr Dean Johnstone (Heriot-Watt University)   ()
5:35 PM The nodal structure of wave functions with non-local potentials - Dr Arnau Rios (Surrey)   ()
4:15 PM
Parallel Session Tuesday: Hyperon interactions and hypernuclei (until 6:00 PM) ()
4:15 PM Exploring the Unknown $\Lambda n$ Inteaction - Dr Benjamin Gibson (Physical Review C)   ()
4:45 PM Light single- and double-lambda hypernuclei in pionless effective field theory - Lorenzo Contessi (Racah institute, Hebrew University of Jerusalem)   ()
5:35 PM Study of the Hyperon-nucleon interaction using the CLAS detector - Dr Nicholas Zachariou (University of York)   ()
4:15 PM
Parallel Session Tuesday: Light Nuclei (until 6:00 PM) ()
4:20 PM Influence of the Pauli principle on two-cluster potential energy - Dr Yuliya Lashko (Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics )   ()
4:45 PM Electric-dipole transitions in 6Li with a fully microscopic six-body calculation - Wataru Horiuchi (Hokkaido University)   ()
5:10 PM From three- to six-body systems within a properly symmetrized hyperspherical harmonics approach - Dr Jérémy Dohet-Eraly (Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB))   ()
5:35 PM Study of 3- and 4-neutron systems using the hyperspherical method - Dr Alejandro Kievsky (INFN)   ()
7:00 PM
Public Lecture (until 8:00 PM) ()
7:00 PM The day without a yesterday - Marcus Chown   ()
1:00 PM --- Lunch ---
2:30 PM --- Conference Excursion & Dinner ---
12:40 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Parallel Session Thursday: Atoms and Molecules (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Fully Differential Study of Ionization of H2 by p Impact Near Velocity Matching - Prof. Michael Schulz (Missouri University of Science & Technology)   ()
2:30 PM Hyperfine state-to-state ultracold atom-dimer reaction in a magnetic field - Dr Jinglun Li (CQT, Department of Applied Physics, Eindhoven University of Technology)   ()
2:00 PM
Parallel Session Thursday: Few-Nucleon Systems (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Electroweak processes in few-nucleon systems - Michele Viviani   ()
2:30 PM Response functions and cross sections for inclusive neutrino scattering off $^2$H, $^3$H and $^3$He - Alessandro (for LENPIC Collaboration) Grassi (M. Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University, PL-30348 Cracow, Poland)   ()
2:55 PM Isospin-breaking nucleon-nucleon interaction up to fifth order in chiral EFT - Mr Patrick Reinert (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)   ()
3:20 PM Application of the JISP16 potential to the nucleon induced deuteron breakupprocess at E=13 MeV and E=65 MeV. - Mr Volodymyr Soloviov (Marian Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University)   ()
2:00 PM
Parallel Session Thursday: Hadrons and Particles (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Heavy-Baryon Spectroscopy - Prof. Willibald Plessas (Institute of Physics, University of Graz)   ()
2:30 PM Hadronic molecules of heavy hadrons with tensor force - Yasuhiro Yamaguchi (RIKEN)   ()
2:55 PM Properties of heavy mesons at finite temperature - Ms Gloria Montaña (University of Barcelona)   ()
3:45 PM --- Afternoon Coffee ---
4:15 PM
Parallel Session Thursday: Clustering in Nuclei (until 6:25 PM) ()
4:15 PM Few-body reactions investigated via the Trojan Horse Method - Dr Roberta Spartà (Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia - Università di Catania (Catania, Italy) and INFN Laboratori Nazionali del Sud (Catania, Italy))   ()
4:45 PM Beryllium-9 in Cluster Effective Field Theory - Mrs Elena Filandri (Department of Physics, Università di Trento and INFN-TIFPA Trento Institute of Fundamental Physics and Applications)   ()
5:10 PM How to determine the shape of nuclear molecules with polarized gamma-rays - Lorenzo Fortunato (1) University of Padova and 2) I.N.F.N.- Padova)   ()
5:35 PM Description of continuum structures in a discrete basis: Three-body resonances and two-nucleon decays - Dr Jesús Casal (Univ. Padova)   ()
4:15 PM
Parallel Session Thursday: Kaonic Atoms and Clusters (until 6:00 PM) ()
4:15 PM Kaonic atoms experiments at the DAFNE collider - Magdalena Skurzok (INFN-LNF Frascati)   ()
4:45 PM Isospinless Model for $ppK^-$ Kaoinc Cluster - Prof. Branislav Vlahovic (North Carolina Central University)   ()
5:10 PM Four-body Faddeev-type calculation of the $\bar{K}NNN$ system - Dr Nina Shevchenko (Nuclear Physics Institute of CAS, Rez, Czech Republic)   ()
5:35 PM Hyperspherical Harmonics Method with Particle Transition Degrees of Freedom - Dr Fabrizio Ferrari Ruffino (Universita' di Udine)   ()
4:20 PM
Parallel Session Thursday: Few-Body Techniques (until 6:00 PM) ()
4:20 PM Removing the Wigner bound in non-perturbative EFT - Betzalel Bazak   ()
4:45 PM On the determination of response functions obtained from their Lorentz integral transforms - Prof. Winfried Leidemann (University of Trento)   ()
5:10 PM Extrapolation of bound state energies obtained in the oscillator basis - Vasily Kulikov (Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia)   ()
5:35 PM Effective field theory in finite volume - Nir Barnea   ()
6:30 PM
Poster Session (until 7:30 PM) ()
7:10 PM An Accurate Allowance for Initial and Final State Interections in The Treatment of The alpha-alpha Bremsstrahlung - Mr Adam Arslanaliev (V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Kharkiv, Ukraine)   ()
7:10 PM Calculation of asymptotic normalization coefficients in the complex-range Gaussian basis - Dr Olga Rubtsova (Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University)   ()
7:10 PM Continuum-Discretized Coupled Channel description of (d,p) reactions with nonlocal optical potentials - Natalia Timofeyuk (University of Surrey)   ()
7:10 PM Effect of Isospin Averaging for $ppK^-$ Kaonic Cluster - Branislav Vlahovic (North Carolina Central University)   ()
7:10 PM How to interpret a noisy dimer-trimer interferometer signal. - Mr Yaakov Yudkin (Physics Department, Bar Ilan University)   ()
7:10 PM Hyperspherical harmonics expansion on Lagrange meshes for bosonic systems in one dimension - Natalia Timofeyuk (University of Surrey)   ()
7:10 PM Identifying $\alpha$-cluster states in $^{14}\text{O}$, using the thick target inverse kinematics method to measure $\alpha$ strength via resonance scattering. - A. Hollands (University of Birmingham)   ()
7:10 PM Modelling incomplete fusion of complex nuclei at Coulomb energies: Superheavy element formation - Rafael Van den Bossche (University of Surrey)   ()
7:10 PM Muonic Lithium atoms: nuclear structure corrections to the Lamb-shift - Simone LiMuli (Universität Mainz)   ()
7:10 PM QED in the Clothed-Particle Representation (CPR): a fresh look at positronium bound states description - Mr Yan Kostylenko (V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Kharkiv, Ukraine)   ()
7:10 PM Search for 7H at ACCULINNA-2 - Mr Ivan Muzalevskii (JINR)   ()
7:10 PM Solution of the four-body Coulomb problem by the modified Faddeev-Yakubovsky equations - Rimantas Lazauskas (University of Strasbourg)   ()
7:10 PM Three-Nucleon Force Effects in the FSI configuration of the $d (n, nn) p$ Breakup - Prof. Hiroyuki Kamada (Kyushu Institute of Technology)   ()
7:10 PM Time-dependent exploration of 3-alpha states in $^{12}$C - Paul Stevenson (University of Surrey)   ()
7:10 PM Universality in few-body physics around the unitary limit - Simone LiMuli (Universität Mainz)   ()
1:00 PM --- Lunch ---
2:00 PM
Parallel Session Friday: Atoms and Molecules (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:00 PM Low-dimensional few-body collisional processes in atom-ion traps - Prof. Vladimir Melezhik (Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)   ()
2:30 PM Three-body correlations in mesonic-atom-like systems - Hajime Moriya (Hokkaido Univ.)   ()
2:55 PM Scattering phase shifts and mixing angles for an arbitrary number of coupled channels on the lattice - Lukas Bovermann (Ruhr-Universität Bochum)   ()
3:20 PM Solving the few-body problem with artificial neural networks - Mr James Keeble (University of Surrey)   ()
2:05 PM
Parallel Session Friday: Few-Nucleon Systems (until 3:45 PM) ()
2:05 PM Study of deuteron-proton backward elastic scattering at intermediate energies. - Dr Nadezhda Ladygina (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)   ()
2:30 PM Three-nucleon force effects in nucleon-deuteron scattering at backward angles - Prof. Souichi Ishikawa (Hosei University)   ()
2:55 PM Correlation analysis and statistical uncertainty of three-nucleon scattering observables - Mr Yuriy Volkotrub (Jagiellonian University)   ()
3:20 PM The $D_{03}(2380)$ dibaryon resonance excitation in $pd$ collision in the GeV region - Nurbek Tursunbayev (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)   ()
3:45 PM --- Afternoon Coffee ---
4:15 PM
Final session (until 5:30 PM) ()
4:15 PM --- Poster Prize Awards ---
4:25 PM Experiments and analyses aimed at understanding nuclear clustering - Dr Carl Wheldon (University of Birmingham)   ()
5:00 PM Few-body physics: getting more effective - Prof. Mike Birse (University of Manchester)   ()