EFES-NSCL workshop on 
Perspectives on the modern shell model and related experimental topics
National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory,
Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan
February 4-6, 2010


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Thursday
Geoff Grinyer session chair
Feb 4th
 9:00
Alexandra Gade (MSU)
Probing the evolution of shell structure with in-beam spectroscopy

 9:45
Hironori Iwasaki (MSU)
Shell evolution of exotic nuclei studied from level lifetime measurements

10:30
Coffee


11:00
Thomas Faestermann (Munchen)
Shell Model Aspects around 100Sn

11:45
Sam Tabor (Florida State)
Sailing to the Isle of Inversion

12:30
Discussion/Lunch


Taka Otsuka
session chair

 2:00
Maya Takechi (RIKEN)
Measurements of Matter Radii for Ne isotopes at RIBF, and single particle levels in 29,31Ne

 2:45
Koshiroh Tsukiyama (Univ. of Tokyo)
Low-lying continuum states of drip-line Oxygen isotopes

 3:30
Coffee


 4:00
Tadashi Shimoda  (Osaka)
Structure of Mg isotopes explored by beta-decay of spin-polarize Na isotopes

 4:45
Rituparna Kanungo (TRIUMF)
Spectroscopy of light neutron-rich nuclei with transfer and knockout reactions

 5:30
Break


 5:45
Angelo Signoracci (MSU)
 Using CI and EDF methods for nuclear structure calculations

 6:15
Shaohua Liu (Vanderbuilt)
Experimental Tests of Shell-Model Calculations for Seven Neutron-Rich
 Nuclei from I-134 to Cs-139

 6:45
Discussion/Diner

Friday
Alex Brown
session chair
Feb 5
 9:00
Artemis Spyrou (MSU)
Unbound systems along the neutron drip line

9:45
Yutaka Utsuno (JAEA)
Shell evolution of exotic nuclei beyond N=28 described by the universal monopole picture

10:30
Coffee


11:00
Paul Fallon (LBNL)
Measurements of B(E2) transition rates in neutron rich carbon isotopes,16C-20C

11:45
Naofumi Tsunoda (Univ. of Tokyo)
Spin tensor decomposition of the effective interaction for the shell model

12:30
Discussion/Lunch


Kei Minamisono
session chair

 2:00
Gerda Neyens (Leuven)
Shell evolution in the neutron rich N=20, 28 and Z=28 regions from measurements
 of moments and spins

 2:45
Michio Honma (Aizu)
Shell-model description of pfg-shell nuclei

 3:30
Coffee


 4:00
Toshio Suzuki (Nihon Univ.)
Shell model study of spin modes in Ni and Ca isotopes

 4:45
Taka Otsuka (Univ. of Tokyo)
The nuclear 3-body force and exotic nuclei

 5:30
Break


 5:45
Calvin Johnson (San Diego State Univ.)
Making Effective Interactions More Effective

 6:30
Discussion/Diner
Saturday
Calvin Johnson
session chair
Feb 6
 9:00
Vesselin Gueorguiev (Louisana State)
Oblique Basis Approach to Nuclear Structure and Reactions

 9:45
Mihai Horoi (Central Michigan)
Shell Model Analysis of the Double Beta Decay Half-Life

10:30
Coffee


11:00
Noritaka Shimizu (Univ. of Tokyo)
Monte-Carlo Shell Model for ab initio calculation

11:45
Vladimir Zelevinsky (MSU)
Exploring nuclear landscape with random interactions

12:30
Discussion/Lunch








Organized by Alex Brown (MSU) and Takaharu Otsuka (Univ. of Tokyo)