Program

The Virtual SHE seminars are on Tuesday at 1 p.m. GMT
Seminars are available on the GoToMeeting platform:

http://www.gotomeet.me/NCBJmeetings/virtual-she-seminars

Meeting ID: 581-684-125

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13.10.2020

recording of lectures

Yuri Oganessian
JINR,Dubna, Russia
Experiments with nuclei and atoms of super heavy elements (reasoning while in isolation)
Yuri Oganessian
Witold Nazarewicz
FRIB, Michigan State University, USA
Superheavy elements: theoretical challenges (an update)
Witold Nazarewicz

 

27.10.2020

recording of lecture

Mustapha Laatiaoui
Johannes Gutenberg Universität, Mainz, Germany
Prospects for optical spectroscopy beyond nobelium (Z>102)
Mustapha Laatiaoui

 

10.11.2020

recording of lecture

Odile R. Smits
Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand
Studies on the melting temperature of Oganesson -
A noble gas element that is neither noble nor gas
Odile R. Smits

 

24.11.2020

recording of lecture

Anatoli Afanasjev
Mississippi State University, USA
Super- and hyperheavy nuclei in covariant density functional theory
Anatoli Afanasjev

 

8.12.2020

Kouichi Hagino
Kyoto University, Japan
Role of quantum mechanics in a diffusion process for fusion for super heavy elements
Kouichi Hagino
Taiki Tanaka
ANU, Canberra, Australia
Fusion dynamics in the synthesis of superheavy elements: role of static
deformation of actinoid target nucleus and a new method to estimate the
optimum incident energy to synthesize unknow superheavy elements
Taiki Tanaka

 

22.12.2020

Jennifer Pore
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
Studies of the Lightest Mendelevium Isotopes: Highlighting the Importance of Mass-Number Measurements for Products of Fusion Evaporation Reactions
Jennifer Pore