Future of nuclear fission theory

Michael Bender, Rémi Bernard, George Bertsch, Satoshi Chiba, Jacek Dobaczewski*, Noel Dubray, Samuel A. Giuliani, Kouichi Hagino, Denis Lacroix, Zhipan Li, Piotr Magierski, Joachim Maruhn, Witold Nazarewicz, Junchen Pei, Sophie Péru, Nathalie Pillet, Jorgen Randrup, David Regnier, Paul Gerhard Reinhard, Luis M. RobledoWouter Ryssens, Jhilam Sadhukhan, Guillaume Scamps, Nicolas Schunck, Cédric Simenel, Janusz Skalski, Ionel Stetcu, Paul Stevenson, Sait Umar, Marc Verriere, Dario Vretenar, Michał Warda, Sven Aberg

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    Abstract

    There has been much recent interest in nuclear fission, due in part to a new appreciation of its relevance to astrophysics, stability of superheavy elements, and fundamental theory of neutrino interactions. At the same time, there have been important developments on a conceptual and computational level for the theory. The promising new theoretical avenues were the subject of a workshop held at the University of York in October 2019; this report summarises its findings and recommendations.

    Original languageEnglish
    Article number113002
    JournalJournal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics
    Volume47
    Issue number11
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 13 Oct 2020

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