21-25 March 2022
Salon de actos del IATA
Europe/Madrid timezone

Nuclear spectroscopy for understan- ding the nuclear forces

21 Mar 2022, 10:05
Salón de Actos del IATA

Salón de Actos del IATA


Dr. Lucía Cáceres (CEA-GANIL)


Nuclear forces that govern the atomic nuclei are still not fully understood. The state-of-the-art nuclear theories are dealing with the complexity of the nuclear systems governed by many
degrees of freedom. In order to shed light to these advance models, nuclear spectroscopy has been proven to be of outmost importance to obtained experimental information of key nuclear observables.
From the etymology, spectroscopy is composed of spectro- which refers to optical spectra and -scopy meaning observation. Therefore, nuclear spectroscopy involves all type of experiments where radiation is emitted/absorbed by the nucleus.
This talk will review some of the key experiments on nuclear spectroscopy that have contributed to the development of our understanding of the nuclear forces.

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