Unifying static and dynamic properties for anomalously deformed nuclei
The development of worldwide rare isotope beam facilities has brought many new insights in nuclear physics. In particular, nuclei with exotic deformation have acquired great interest over the years for the challenges and implications it involves. Theoretically, relativistic density functional theory has achieved great success in describing many nuclear phenomena over the past several decades, in particular for the anomalous rod shape and the chirality in triaxial nuclei. In a series of our recent works, by overcoming the variational collapse and the fermion doubling problem, relativistic density functional theory has been solved in three-dimensional lattice space, and the corresponding time-dependent relativistic density functional theory has been established. It allows a unified description of the static and dynamic properties of nuclei without assuming any spatial symmetry restrictions. In this talk, I will review recent progress in the development of time-dependent relativistic density functional theory in space lattice and its application for the structure and dynamics in the rod-shaped nuclei and chiral nuclei.
赵鹏巍，北京大学物理学院研究员。2012年获北京大学理学博士学位，先后在日本京都大学、美国阿贡国家实验室从事研究工作。主要研究方向包括原子核密度泛函理论、有效场论、奇特原子核性质、基本对称性及其破缺等，发表论文80多篇，在“Physical Review Letters”发表论文8篇，总引用2400多次，H因子为28。
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