Lecture：Three-body reaction theory in a model space
Speaker: Dr. Jin Lei (Postdoctoral Fellow, Ohio University)
Time: January 5 (Fri), 10:00 am -11: 30 am
Venue: School of Physics Science and Engineering, Physics Hall, conference room 512
An important mechanism that takes place in the nuclear collisions is the dissociation of the projectile into two or more fragments. For the two-body dissoci-ation, this corresponds to reactions of the form a + A -> b + x + A. This process can be modeled as three-body systems, giving rise to the idea that they should properly be analyzed by some version of the Faddeev theory. Unfortunately, Faddeev equation methods, with their coupled equations, are complicated, with the result that these methods have only been applied for a few, simple physical systems or for systems with simple, separable interactions. In this talk, Faddeev equations with separable interactions and model space solution of the three body problem will be discussed.