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 High precision calculations of light nuclei (spectra, moments, excitation functions, decays, reactions, etc.) with next-generation chiral EFT interactions complete through N3LO to answer the question of whether we finally have a “standard model” of low-energy nuclear physics. Such calculations would include no core shell model, coupled cluster and monte-carlo shell model in order to reach the widest range of nuclei with the highest precision to form these critical tests. In parallel with these investigations,​ neutron drops would be solved in various external fields to inform the development of next-generation energy-density functionals for application to heavier nuclei and nuclei at the extremes of neutron to proton ratios. High precision calculations of light nuclei (spectra, moments, excitation functions, decays, reactions, etc.) with next-generation chiral EFT interactions complete through N3LO to answer the question of whether we finally have a “standard model” of low-energy nuclear physics. Such calculations would include no core shell model, coupled cluster and monte-carlo shell model in order to reach the widest range of nuclei with the highest precision to form these critical tests. In parallel with these investigations,​ neutron drops would be solved in various external fields to inform the development of next-generation energy-density functionals for application to heavier nuclei and nuclei at the extremes of neutron to proton ratios.
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 +([[wiki:​nuclear_theory_program_on_light_nuclei_at_int|Return]] to summary page.)
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 +From Dean Lee:
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 +Over the next decade, the lattice effective field theory ​                       ​
 +community will focus on ab initio calculations of nuclear ​                      
 +structure for A <= 28, astrophysical capture reactions, ​                        
 +nucleus-nucleus scattering, weak decay rates, ​                                  
 +and properties of the neutron crust. ​ In particular we                          ​
 +plan to calculate proton and alpha capture rates, beta                          ​
 +decay rates, scattering phase shifts, resonance widths, ​                        
 +S-wave and P-wave pairing in neutron matter, and                                ​
 +properties of nuclei in neutron superfluids. ​                                   ​
  
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