First Gogny Conference

Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA)
8-11 December 2015, Bruyères-le-Châtel, France

Invited speakers


N. Pillet / M. Dupuis CEA, DAM, DIF, France Introduction
M. Anguiano Universidad de Granada,
Gogny interactions with tensor terms
H. Arellano University of Chile, Chile Di-nucleon structures in homogeneous nuclear matter based on two- and three-nucleon interactions
M. Baldo INFN, Sezione di Catania,
Microscopically Based Effective Interactions - Ground
State and Single Particle States
E. Bauge CEA, DAM, DIF, France From finite-range nuclear effective interaction to applied nuclear data: a journey made possible by HPC
R. Bernard Universidad    Autonóma    de Madrid, Spain The microscopic and non-adiabatic Schrödinger equation derived from the generator coordinate method based on zero- and two-quasiparticle states
J.-P. Blaizot CEA, Saclay, France The RPA, from nuclei to supersymmetric cold atom systems
G. Blanchon CEA, DAM, DIF, France Gogny interaction from a reaction point of view
B. Bonin CEA, Saclay, France Nuclei response to a strong excitation:  do multipolar giant resonances exist ?
D. Bouche CEA, DAM, DIF, France Daniel Gogny and electromagnetic theory
F. Chappert CEA, DAM, DIF, France The D2 Gogny interaction
G. Co’ Universita del Salento, Italy Continuum RPA calculations with Gogny interaction
N. Dubray CEA, DAM, DIF, France Microscopic description of the fission:  automatic production  of  continuous  potential  energy  surfaces
M. Dupuis CEA, DAM, DIF, France

Modeling nucleon induced direct reactions from a nuclear structure description based on the Gogny force

J.-P. Ebran CEA, DAM, DIF, France Relativistic  approaches  to  the  nuclear  many-body problem
L. Egido Universidad    Autonóma    de Madrid, Spain State of the art of beyond mean field theories with the Gogny force with applications to exotic nuclei
B. Frois CEA, Saclay, France Probing mean field theory in the nuclear interior
D. Gambacurta ELI-NP, Bucharest, Romania Second RPA calculations with the Skyrme and Gogny interactions
F. Geleznikoff CEA, DAM, France Address by the CEA military applications director
M. Girod CEA, DAM, DIF, France The Gogny team @ Bruyères
J. Gogny
Livermore, USA
My father’s philosophy

S. Goriely

Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

Nuclear    mass    models    within    the    Gogny-HFB framework
G. Gosselin CEA, DAM, DIF, France Was Daniel Gogny a NEET guy ? (Nuclear Excitation by Electron Transition in plasma)
H. Goutte CEA, Saclay, France Fission studies with Daniel Gogny
B. Grammaticos CNRS IMNC, France How I learned to stop worrying and love the nuclear (Gogny) force
M. Grasso IPN Orsay, France Tailoring new interactions in the nuclear many-body problem for beyond-mean-field models
Ph. Guimbal CEA, Cadarache, France Mister Gogny goes for microwaves
S. Hilaire CEA, DAM, DIF, France

Nuclear reaction input based on a Gogny interaction

Nuclear    mass    models    within    the    Gogny-HFB framework

G. Hupin CEA, DAM, DIF, France Ab Initio Structure and Reactions of Light Nuclei with Effective Nuclear Interactions
D. Iracane / P. Chaix CEA, Saclay, France Detours may (sometime) be the best way, views from former physicists
J. Lachkar CEA, Saclay, France The scientific work of Daniel Gogny told by his friend and collaborator
D. Lacroix IPN, Orsay, France Removing the density dependent term in EDF with a simplified 3-body fitite-range interaction
F. Lechaftois CEA, DAM, DIF, France Introduction of a valence  space  in  QRPA:  impact on vibrational mass parameters and spectroscopic properties
J. Libert CEA, DAM, DIF, France Five dimensional Collective Hamiltonian (5DCH) with the D1S Gogny Force. A collection of spectroscopic predictions produced during four decades, and some prospects
P.-L. Lions Collège de France, France On Mean Field Games
F. Mariotte CEA,      Fontenay-aux-Roses, France Modelling electromagnetic properties of chiral composite materials : Daniel’s contribution
M. Martini ESNT, CEA, Saclay, France Gamow-Teller strength and beta decay in  deformed nuclei within self-consistent pnQRPA with the Gogny force
H. Nakada Chiba University, Japan Can Realistic Interaction be useful for Nuclear Mean- Field Approaches
P. Navrátil TRIUMF,            Vancouver, Canada Nuclear   Structure   and   Reactions   from   Chiral Interactions
T. Otsuka University of Tokyo, Japan Tensor interaction, single particle orbitals behavior
and the Gogny force
D. Peña-Arteaga Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium Towards a Relativistic Mean Field mass model for astrophysical  applications
S. Péru CEA, DAM, DIF, France QRPA with the Gogny force applied to spherical and deformed nuclei
N. Pillet CEA, DAM, DIF, France Multiparticle-multihole    configuration    mixing    approach to the nuclear many-body problem
K. Pomorski UMCS, Lublin, Poland Remarks on the Nuclear Shell-Correction Method
D. Regnier CEA, DAM, DIF, France Microscopic description of fission dynamics: solving the time dependent GCM equation with the finite element method
P. RingTechnische Universität München, Garching, GermanyGogny’s Pairing Forces in Covariant Density Functional Theory
A. RiosUniversity of Surrey, Guildford, UK The Gogny interaction in infinite matter
C. RobinWestern Michigan University, USA

Nuclear response theory for isospin transfer modes in a relativistic framework

Multiparticle-multihole    configuration    mixing    approach to the nuclear many-body problem

L. Robledo Universidad    Autonóma    de Madrid, Spain Day 1: The Gogny force at Madrid: an adventure of more than thirty years;
Day 2: Lights and shadows on the implementation of beyond mean field approaches with the Gogny force
T.R. Rodríguez Universidad    Autonóma    de Madrid, Spain Precise description of nuclear spectra with Gogny energy density functional methods
P. Schuck IPN Orsay, France Alpha particle condensation in nuclear systems
N. Van Giai IPN Orsay, France The making of the Skyrme and Gogny interactions
D. Vanderhaegen CEA, DAM, DIF, France Opening of the conference by the CEA/DAM simulation program director
J. Vary Iowa State University, USA Nuclear Matter and Finite Nuclei with a Realistic Soft Non-Local Interaction
M. Warda UMCS, Lublin, Poland Fission barriers in super-heavy nuclei calculated with the Gogny force
W. Younes LLNL, USA Daniel Gogny’s vision for microscopic theory of fission
R. Ziolkowsky The  Universtity  of  Arizona, USA Many personal thank you’s to Daniel Gogny


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