Resonances: from few-body to many-body
Schulich Faculty of Chemistry
and Institute of Atomic and Molecular and Optical Physics (ITAMP) at Harvard
November 2nd - 6th, 2008
Lewiner Institute Seminar Room
Technion, Haifa, Israel
Resonant processes thread through many areas of physics and chemistry and occur in atomic and molecular absorption and spectroscopy, nuclear structure, optics, and mesoscopic systems. Advances in spectroscopy and trapping of atomic and molecular species nowadays permit precise control of interactions using resonances induced in external fields.
In this workshop we wish to bridge from the resonant processes in two- and few-particle interactions to many-body interactions. We hope that this meeting will foster cross fertilization of different methodologies in calculation of resonance lifetimes and cross sections.
Organizer: Nimrod Moiseyev (Technion), Hossein Sadeghpour (ITAMP, Harvard)
Coordinator: Gila Gutman: firstname.lastname@example.org