Faculty Development Competitive Research Grant Program 2018-2020
The few-body problem has always been of special significance in natural sciences, whether it is a classical problem in celestial mechanics or a more complicated quantum problem. A considerable portion of objects that are studied in quantum physics and chemistry are few-body systems. Such objects as atoms, molecules, nuclei, quantum dots, hadrons, etc. represent typical examples of those systems. Inability to solve the few-body problem for these systems with sufficient accuracy often represents a major limiting factor in scientific research.
|Effective start/end date||3/20/18 → 5/31/21|
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