Ab initio nuclear theory
We study the nucleus and its interactions with different probes from an ab initio perspective.
We try to solve the quantum many-body problem using a variety of techniques and interactions, often exploiting high-performance computing and advanced theoretical physics developments. Our main thrust is the use of many-body techniques like self-consistent Green’s functions. Our work has applications, and is motivated by contemporary physics needs.
- Nuclear structure, providing relevant theoretical analysis to ongoing experimental developments
- Nuclear astrophysics, predicting and simulating the properties and dynamics of neutron stars
- Neutrino physics, providing an understanding of neutrino-nucleus interactions
- Quantum many-body physics, applied to electronic and clustering systems.
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