Towards the Universal Nuclear Energy Density Functional

Developing a nuclear density functional requires a better understanding of the density and gradient dependence, spin and isospin effects, and pairing, as well as an improved treatment of symmetry-breaking effects and many-body correlations. Below are summarized the areas of current theoretical activities in this field.

- Density and gradient dependence
- Time-odd fields
- Dynamical corrections
- Center-of-mass correction
- Particle-number and isospin corrections
- Rotational and vibrational zero-energy corrections

- Fitting Strategy and Error Analysis

Jacek Dobaczewski 2006-01-17