AntropologiaArcheologia / ArteBiotechChimicaDirittoEconomiaFilologiaFilosofiaFisica e AstronomiaInformaticaIngegneria / ArchitetturaLatinoLetteraturaLinguisticaManagementMatematicaMusicologiaPedagogiaPsicologiaScienze agrarieScienze ambientaliScienze biologicheScienze del farmacoScienze della TerraScienze e tecnologie alimentariScienze medicheScienze naturaliScienze politicheSociologiaStoriaStoria del cinema

Probing Nuclear Correlations with Direct Reactions

Gregory Potel Aguilar (Michigan State University, Usa)

The evaluation of nuclear matrix elements is one of the cornerstones of the theoretical description of neutrinoless double beta decay rates. Unfortunately, different state-of-the-art structure calculations show very different results when computing them. 

Nucleon-nucleon pairing correlations are essential ingredient, it is thus important to devise experimental probes sensitive to the relevant correlations, in order to have a tool to assess for the quality of the structure calculations. 

Within this context, we will thus try to highlight in this talk the role of pairing correlations in multi-nucleon transfer reactions.

"CNNP 2017 - Conference on Neutrino and Nuclear Physics" (Catania, 15-21 October 2017)

Vedi anche