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Seminario di Dipartimento: From nuclei to pulsars and dark matter using nuclear theory

 

Physics Department seminar
DIPARTIMENTO DI FISICA, VIA CELORIA 16, MILANO
Aula A in presence and streaming
https://fisica-unimi.zoom.us/j/96889184852?pwd=L1FqLzZCUm9CWSsvRHNYSDl2Zy9Ndz09

6 Maggio 2022– 14:30
ARNAU RIOS HUGUET
University of Barcelona
Institute of Cosmos Sciences and Department of Quantum Physics and Astrophysics

From nuclei to pulsars and dark matter using nuclear theory

Nuclear theory aims at describing the properties of nuclei - from their masses, to
their sizes and their decay modes. In this talk, I will briefly describe recent methods
developed by nuclear theorists to describe nuclei and neutron stars. Along the way,
I will also describe how nuclear theory can also help us answer fundamental
questions in physics like "what does dark matter look like?" or "what is the densest
stable matter in the universe?". The answers to these questions cover a wide range
of scales in length, density, temperature and energy, from femtoscopic nuclei to
macroscopic stars - and require a deep understanding of quantum mechanics and
strong interaction.

Students are cordially invited – Contact silvia.leoni@mi.infn.it

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06 maggio 2022
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