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Future of Nuclear Fission Theory

@article{Bender2020FutureON,
  title={Future of Nuclear Fission Theory},
  author={Michael. Bender and Remi Bernard and George F. Bertsch and Satoshi Chiba and Jacek Dobaczewski and N. Dubray and Samuel A. Giuliani and Kouichi Hagino and Denis Lacroix and Zhipan Li and Piotr Magierski and Joachim A. Maruhn and Witold Nazarewicz and Junchen Pei and Sophie P{\'e}ru and Nathalie Pillet and J{\o}rgen Randrup and David Regnier and Paul-Gerhard Reinhard and L. M. Robledo and W. Ryssens and J. Sadhukhan and Guillaume Scamps and Nicolas Schunck and Cedric Simenel and J. Skalski and Ionel Stetcu and Paul. Stevenson and Sait A. Umar and M. Verri{\`e}re and D. Vretenar and Michał Warda and Sven {\AA}berg},
  journal={arXiv: Nuclear Theory},
  year={2020}
}
  • Michael. Bender, Remi Bernard, +30 authors Sven Åberg
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Nuclear Theory
  • There has been much recent interest in nuclear fission, due in part to a new appreciation of its relevance to astrophysics, stability of superheavy elements, and fundamental theory of neutrino interactions. At the same time, there have been important developments on a conceptual and computational level for the theory. The promising new theoretical avenues were the subject of a workshop held at the University of York in October 2019; this report summarises its findings and recommendations. 

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