Department of nuclear physics

The main areas of research, carrying out in Department of nuclear physics
  • Particles production processes, exotic nuclear state in nuclei interactions in wide energy range

  • Two-partial hadronic decay of the vector mesons, calculation of nucleon properties and their interactions in nuclear matter;

  • Elastic, inelastic and quasi-elastic scattering of nucleons, light nuclei clusters in the frames of Glauber-Sitenko diffraction theory;

  • KIR+(ß-decay), KIR+(K-capture) type resonance processes, determination of width of nucleon resonances;

  • Excited states in deformed nonaxial nuclei, as well as superdeformed nuclei with isomeric states properties investigation for applications;

  • Quantum properties of excited states in nuclei in a wide range of mass numbers, as well as, study of kinetic energy and charge of fission fragments;

  • Nuclear reactions with   nucleon and nucleon associations transfer for obtaining spectroscopic information and its use in solution of nuclear astrophysics problems at very low energies;

  • Development of three-particle calculation method to study light nuclei clusters decay, the asymptotics of three-particle wave functions for nuclear resonance system;

  • Research for surface barrier and subbarrier resonance state of light nuclei, as well as, the nuclear-molecular system and their properties in quasi-bound states;

  • Research for electromagnetic properties of conducting and plasma mediums in stationary gravitational field;

  • Research for evolution of quantum multiparticle systems;

  • Research for properties of first wall coatings of thermonuclear reactors and other reactor materials by nuclear-physical methods.

Link Theoretical physics laboratory
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Link Nuclear reactions laboratory
Link Laboratory of nuclear physics and technology
Link Multiparticle systems physics laboratory
Link Heavy ions physics laboratory