- Conference date: 30 Jul-3 Aug 2001
- Location: Berkeley. California (USA)
The present-day nuclear structure theory exhibits a great degree of synergy with respect to methods that are used to describe various phenomena in heavy nuclear systems. From few-body methods, through the shell model to mean-field approaches, the bridges are being built between different ways of describing the stable as well as the most exotic nuclei. In the present talk, I give a review of several selected subjects that are currently at the fore front of new developments in this domain of nuclear science.
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