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TALENT: Training in Advanced Low Energy Nuclear Theory
Training the next generation of nuclear physicists
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The website is undergoing many renovations, including a change is servers, which will lead to enhanced functionality and access to course material. We hope to have everything in place by the first part of October, 2016, but please be patient in the meantime. Please email Dick Furnstahl at furnstahl.1@osu.edu if you are having problems with the TALENT site or if you have comments.

TALENT courses in 2016

Two TALENT courses were offered in 2016. The topics, principal lecturers, and application links were:

Course 4: Density Functional Theory and Self-Consistent Methods at the University of York in York, UK was held from July 17 to August 6, 2016. The principal lecturers were Jacek Dobaczewski, Andrea Idini, Alessandro Pastore, and Nicolas Schunck. For general information on this course, go to Course 4: Density functional theory and self-consistent methods and this link. The written course materials and videos of the lectures are freely available. Contact: Jacek Dobaczewski (jacek.dobaczewski@york.ac.uk).

Course 9: Quantum Monte Carlo Methods for Nuclear Physics and Related Areas at North Carolina State University in Raleigh, North Carolina was held from from July 11 to July 29, 2016. The principal lecturers included Joe Carlson, JoaquĆ­n Drut, Stefano Gandolfi, and Dean Lee. For information on the course, go to Course 9: High-performance computing and computational tools for nuclear physics and the local website. Lectures and codes are freely available; this is the schedule. Contact: Stefano Gandolfi (stefano@lanl.gov).

[Note: Course 8: Atomic Nuclei as Open Quantum Systems: Unifying Nuclear Structure and Reactions is postponed until 2018.]

TALENT courses in 2015

Course 7: Nuclear Physics of Neutron Stars and Supernovae at the University of Washington Institute for Nuclear Theory was held in Seattle, WA, from June 21 to July 11, 2015. For information on the course, go to Course 7: Nuclear theory for astrophysics.

Course 2: Many-Body Methods for Nuclear Physics at GANIL was held in Caen, France, from July 5 to July 25, 2015. 'For information on the course, go to Course 2: Many-body methods for nuclear physics.

Course 3: Few-Body Methods and Nuclear Reactions at the ECT* was held in Trento, Italy, from July 19 to August 8, 2015. For information on the course, go to Course 3: Few-body methods and nuclear reactions.