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Jacek Dobaczewski, May 2, 2008

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E-mail address:

user@domain where user=Jacek.Dobaczewski and domain=fuw.edu.pl
WWW address:
http://www.fuw.edu.pl/~dobaczew/
Postal address:
Institute of Theoretical Physics
Faculty of Physics
University of Warsaw
Pasteura 5
PL-02-093 Warsaw, POLAND
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Office no. 5.74, fifth floor
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+48 (22) 5532-974
 Secretary office:
+48 (22) 5532-949
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+48 (22) 5532-995

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Research interests

Physics of exotic nuclei: Pairing and deformation in nuclei near neutron drip line. Coupling to continuum. Isospin and density dependence of effective interactions. Collective excitations in weakly bound nuclei.

Physics of rapidly rotating nuclei: Rotational bands in superdeformed nuclei. Magnetic rotation and chiral rotation. Rotation of exotic shapes: pyramid and diamond shapes. Identical bands. Effective interactions in time-odd channels.

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Research group: Nuclear Structure Theory Division

1996-1997 Activity report

1998-1999 Activity report

2000-2001 Activity report

2002-2003 Activity report

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List of publications

As of August 12, 2017 is available here.

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Papers submitted during the past 12 months

(Links to papers submitted earlier are here)

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arxiv.org

Mirror and triplet displacement energies within nuclear DFT: numerical stability

November 4, 2016

Acta Physica Polonica B48, 259 (2017)

327kB

arXiv:1611.01392

Nonlocal energy density functionals for pairing and beyond-mean-field calculations

November 28, 2016

Journal of Physics G44,045106 (2017)

407kB

arXiv:1611.09311

Landau parameters for energy density functionals generated by local finite-range pseudopotentials

November 30, 2016

Journal of Physics G44,064004 (2017)

251kB

arXiv:1612.00378

Solution of the Skyrme-Hartree-Fock-Bogolyubov equations in the Cartesian deformed harmonic-oscillator basis. (VIII) HFODD (v2.73y): a new version of the program

December 16, 2016

Comput. Phys. Comm.216,145 (2017)

2450kB

arXiv:1612.05314

Strong-force isospin-symmetry breaking in masses of N~Z nuclei

January 18, 2017

Physical Review Letters

1330kB

arXiv:1701.04628

Binding energies and pairing gaps in semi-magic nuclei obtained using new regularized higher-order EDF generators

January 27, 2017

Sanibel Conference

600kB

arXiv:1701.08062

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Curriculum vitae

A concise version of August 12, 2017 is available here.

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What's new

07-08-2016
I have given four one-day lectures at the TALENT Course 4: Density Functional Theory and Self-Consistent Methods, which was held at the University of York in York, UK, from July 17 to August 6, 2016. The other three principal lecturers were Andrea Idini, Alessandro Pastore, and Nicolas Schunck. All of the course materials and videos are made freely available here and TALENT encourages students and scientists worldwide to make use of them.

31-08-2015
"Nuclear structure theory" is a series of lectures presented at the 18th STFC UK Postgraduate Nuclear Physics Summer School, 24 August - 5 September, 2015, Lancaster University, UK. The lectures are also available as a PDF file (15MB) or as a PowerPoint file (20MB). The slides presented during the talk can also be downloaded as a set of 94 zipped GIF pictures (4MB).

27-02-2015
I have been appointed a Chair in theoretical nuclear physics at the University of York, with the mission of establishing new nuclear physics theory activity at York.

06-06-2012
I have obtained the second FIDIPRO grant, which will allow me to continue in years 2013-2017 at the University of Jyväskylä (Finland) a theoretical project aiming at a description of global properties of nuclei, with special emphasis on describing low-energy correlations.

18-08-2010
"Density functional theory and energy density functionals in nuclear physics" is a series of lectures presented at the 9th CNS-EFES International Summer School, 18-24 August 2010, Center for Nuclear Study University of Tokyo in RIKEN. The lectures are here available as a PDF file (6.6MB).

30-01-2009
"Energy density functional methods in nuclear physics" is a series of lectures presented at the 20th Chris Engelbrecht Summer School in Theoretical Physics, 19–28 January 2009, Stellenbosch, South Africa. The lectures are also available as a PDF file (6MB) or as a PowerPoint file (15MB). The slides presented during the talk can also be downloaded as a set of 94 zipped GIF pictures (5MB).

17-08-2008
"Energy Density Functional Methods in Nuclear Physics" is a series of lectures presented at The 18th Jyväskylä Summer School, Jyväskylä (Finland), 18th – 22nd August 2008.

31-10-2007
In collaboration with Matti Manninen and Ramon Wyss, we have prepared proposal to the European Science Foundation on Advanced Research in Theoretical Nuclear Structure for Applications at European Infrastructure Facilities (ARTHENSA).

15-03-2007
In years 2007-2011 I will be leading at the University of Jyväskylä (Finland) a new theoretical project aiming at a description of global properties of nuclei, with special emphasis on describing nuclei far from stability. See also the 2007 FIDIPRO news and brochure.

01-10-2005
"Towards a Universal Density Functional for the Nucleus" was a workshop that I co-organized at the Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle, 26-30 September, 2005, in the framework of the fall INT program Nuclear Structure Near the Limits of Stability (INT-05-3).

25-06-2005
"Effective fields from quarks to exotic nuclei" is a series of lectures presented at the Ecole Doctorale de Physique, Chimie Physique et Mathématiques, Strasbourg, 20-24 June 2005. The lectures are also available as a PDF file (34MB) or as a PowerPoint file (23MB). The slides presented during the talk can also be downloaded as a set of 82 zipped JPG pictures (6MB).

10-06-2005
The 2004 Zdzislaw Szymanski Prize was awarded to Bogdan Fornal for his studies of neutron-rich nuclei excited in deep-inelastic heavy-ion collisions, and in particular for his discovery of the neutron N=32 magic gap.

03-01-2005
The HFODD home page has been established. The code HFODD solves the nuclear Skyrme-Hartree-Fock or Skyrme-Hartree-Fock-Bogolyubov problem by using the Cartesian deformed harmonic-oscillator basis.

25-08-2004
"Nuclear Structure and Rare Isotopes" is a series of lectures presented at the 3rd RIA Summer School, Argonne, August 8-14, 2004. The lectures are here also available as a zipped Postscript (20MB) file or as a PDF (20MB) file. The slides presented during the talk can be downloaded as a PowerPoint (10MB) file, or a zipped set of 53 JPG (4MB) files.

17-06-2004
The 2003 Zdzislaw Szymanski Prize was awarded to Marek Pfützner for his discovery of the two-proton decay and research concerning isomerism in nuclei far from stability.

07-10-2003
The 2002 Zdzislaw Szymanski Prize was awarded to Piotr Magierski of the Warsaw Institute of Technology for his investigations of shell effects in fermion systems, from atomic nuclei through mesoscopic systems to neutron stars.

07-09-2002
"How weakly bound are the strongly interacting systems?" is a course of three lectures presented at the Ecole Internationale Joliot-Curie that was held in Maubuisson, at Hourtin lake, Gironde, France, on 8 - 14 September, 2002. The course will be published in the School Proceedings.

06-08-2001
"Theoretical developments in heavy nuclei" is a talk presented at the International Nuclear Physics Conference that was held in Berkeley, USA, on 30 July - 3 August, 2001. The talk will be published in the Conference Proceedings Series of the American Institute of Physics, and is here available as a gzipped Postscript (8.8MB) file. The slides presented during the talk can be downloaded as a zipped PowerPoint (5.7MB) file, a gzipped Postscript (6.9MB) file, or a zipped set of GIF (896kB) files.

18-11-2000
"Nuclear structure issues at RIA" is a talk presented at the Town Meeting on Nuclear Structure and Astrophysics that was held in Oakland, USA, on November 9-12, 2000.

17-06-2000
Institute of Theoretical Physics has organized in Warsaw on February 6-10, 2001 the conference High Spin Physics 2001, dedicated to the memory of Zdzislaw Szymanski, our teacher, colleague, and collaborator.

20-11-1999
Nuclear structure theory studies in Poland in years 1996-1999 (compressed PS file of 88kB) is a brief note prepared for the Finno-Polish Symposium that has taken place in Warsaw in the beginning of December 1999.

02-03-1999
Nuclear Structure for the 21st Century is a nuclear structure theory program organized at the Institute for Nuclear Theory, Seattle by Jacek Dobaczewski (IFT) and Jerry Draayer (LSU).

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Last modified: August 12, 2017