Prof. Jerzy Dudek presented invited talk“ Nuclear tetrahedral and octahedral symmetries: New research lines” at the Padova conference on ‘Quantum phase transitions’.
It was received with high interest, excellent discussion and several congratulations on private terms on the occasion of ‘opening new roads / horizons’. This is one of the third out of five invitations received within a few months of time only — to present the progress in this domain. The central results have been published as a Rapid Communication in Physical Review C.
Krzysztof Pomorski and Bożena Pomorska continue their stay in China. The visit is successful and a new collaboration between Polish and Chinese physicists will be established.
Tadeusz Domański will co-chair International Workshop on Bound States in Supercondutors and Interfaces (BOSSA). It will be held at Max-Plack Institute in Dresden, Germany from 8 till 10 April 2019.
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XXV Nuclear Physics Workshop will be organized by our Department form 25 till 30 September this year. This conference will be a perfect platform to integrate community of nuclear physicists from all over the world. This year Artur Dobrowolski heads the organising committee.
Prof. Krzysztof Murawski visits Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Austria where he collaborate with prof. Teimuraz Zaqarashvili.
From 12 till 20 April we host a group of scientist from Dubna:
Dr Chuluunbaatar Ochbadrakh (Russia Institute of Mathematics, National University of Mongolia, UlaanBaatar, Mongolia)
Dr Vazgen Sargsyan (JNR, Dubna)
From 4 till 18 April we host a group of scientists from Russia:
Dr Chuluunbaatar Ochbadrakh, Russian Institute of Mathematics and National University of Mongolia, UlaanBaatar, Mongolia
Alexander Gusev, JINR, Dubna
Sergue Vinitsky, JINR, Dubna
They collaborate with Andrzej Góźdź.
Michał Warda participated in workshop en Spontaneous and induced fission of very heavy and super-heavy nuclei
It wa sheld in ECT* in Trento, Italy.
He gave an invited lecture on: Correspondence between cluster radioactivity of and asymmetric fission of super-heavy nuclei
Krzysztof Pomorski is currently at the Tsinghua University in Beijing, where together with prof. Bożena Nerlo-Pomorska gives lectures and classes with doctoral students, as well as participates in scientific symposia.
The stay in China began with the three-day IHIC-2018 conference at the University of Tsinghua, prof. Pomorski presented the latest works of Lublin nuclear theorists on the stability of the heaviest and super-heavy nuclei. The results of the research aroused great interest among nuclear physicists and astrophysicists, as a result of which both scientists received invitations to seminars to the Peking University, the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Institute of Nuclear Energy, as well as to research centers in Japan.
Tsinghua University is the best-rated and largest university in China. The two Nobel Prize winners in the field of physics were graduated there. The university is located in the former imperial gardens. The campus is an almost separate 100,000 inhabitants city.
During the trip of Krzysztof Pomorski also has a seminar "On the theory of almost everything" at the University of Anyang, in the province of Henan, which is partner of wojewodztwo lubelskie.
Next seminar on April 24, 2018 at 10.15 a.m.,
Prof. Bogdan Bułka (Institute of Molecular Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznań) "Full Counting Statistics in Transport through Quantum Dots"