# Kärnstrukturteori 2015 (Under construction)

# (Nuclear structure theory (FMF121,FYST11)

- This is the homepage for the course in
Nuclear structure theory (FMF121,FYST11) at Lund University.

- This course is intended for the students, who want to experience some
theoretical exercises in the application of quantum mechanics. It gives an
introduction to the advanced research field of theoretical nuclear physics,
in which several senior staffs at the division of mathematical physics are
working.

- Students for this course are expected to have a knowledge of Quantum
Mechanics corresponding to the Advanced Course.

- Below we provide information and useful documents for the course.

## New stuff

-3/11 2015 -

The deadline for the last hand-in date has been changed to 10/1 2016

-5/11 2015 -

Material from lecture on nucleon-interaction:

nucleon interaction general

isospin symmetry

-5/11 2015 -

Schedual decided:

Lectures: K262, Thuesdays 10-12 and Thursdays 13-15

Exercises: C368 (Go towards FTF from the tai-wagon), Fridays 13-15

## Introduction

Course introduction meeting held on Tuesday, 3/11/2015 at 10:15 in

K262 (Ground floor in house K at fysicum)

## Description of the course

The syllabus is available here

Preliminary list of lectures
## Lecturers

- Lecturers:

Ingemar Ragnarsson,
Sven Åberg , and
Gillis Carlsson

- Exercise assistant:

Asimina Papoulia

- För questions concerning course registration, Ladok, registration for exams and similar
contact:
Sven Åberg
## Location

Each week there are 2 lectures and one excercise session,

Lectures: K262, Thuesdays 10-12 and Thursdays 13-15

Exercises: C368, Fridays 13-15

## Literature

The main literature for the course consists of:

(1) S.G. Nilsson and I. Ragnarsson: Shapes and Shells in Nuclear Structure,
Cambridge Press, 1995.

(printouts distributed during lectures)

(2) I. Hamamoto, Theoretical Nuclear Structure Physics, Kompendium, Div. of
Mathematical Physics

(printouts distributed during lectures)

## Extra reading

Recommended books covering many-body methods applied to nuclear structure are:

P. Ring and P. Schuck: The Nuclear Many-Body Problem

J. Suhonen: From Nucleons to Nucleus

D. J. Rowe: Nuclear Collective Motion

## Course Material

- Course literature: handed out during the lectures

- excercises: (preliminary)

excercises

solutions 1

solutions 2

solutions 3

solutions 4

solutions 5

solutions 6

- Hand-in excercises:

Hand-in friday week 4: set 1

Hand-in friday week 6: set 2

Hand-in friday week 8: set 3

To be handed in during the excercise sessions on fridays.

Alternatively it may be given in the box in the cupboard next to room C368

Computer exercise

Questions for oral exam

## Exam.

Oral exams, take place in dec. 2015 - jan. 2016