报告题目: Neutron-Star Lab: a challenge for advanced Nuclear Physics
报 告 人: Prof. Umberto Lombardo (INFN-LNS, Italy)
时 间：9月 12日（星期一）下午 15:30
Prof . Umberto LOMBARDO born in Catania on 02 January 1945. He received his PhD from Catania University in November, 1969. His research topics include nuclear physics: nuclear interaction, correlations and giant resonances in nuclei, nuclear interaction, heavy ion collisions, nuclear matter, nuclear astrophysics: nuclear matter theory, neutron stars, superfluidity and superconductivity: electron pairing, He3, pairing in nuclear systems, transition BCS-BEC, and computational physics: parallel computing. From 1974 to 1984, he was an assistant professor in theoretical physics at Catania University. Then he worked as an associated professor in theoretical physics during 1984-1999. Since 2000, he has been a full professor in nuclear and subnuclear physics. He retired in 2015, but still continues to work as an associate researcher in INFN-LNS at Catania, Italy. From 1994 to 2009, he had been a coordinator in many Scientific Projects, such as an European Network in the framework of EU programme di ‘Human Capital and Mobility’, the theory group at the Southern National Laboratory of INFN (National Institute for Nuclear Physics), an european project in the framework of EU programme di ‘Asia-Link Programme’ , and so on. He worked as an editor in Physics of Neutron Star Interiors, Nuclear Methods and the Nuclear Equation of State, and Isospin Physics in Heavy-Ion Collisions at Intermediate Energies Nova Scientia, etc. He has about 120 publications, and also as a referee for Physical Review C, Physical Review Letters, Nuclear Physics A, Physics Letters, etc.