LEE RESEARCH GROUP
How do we connect fundamental physics to forefront experiments?
With new science waiting to be discovered at the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) and the dawning of the era of exascale supercomputing, this question is a profound challenge and opportunity for nuclear theory. The Lee Research Group works to understand the nature and origins of matter by crafting new approaches that link quantum chromodynamics and electroweak theory to precise predictions for nuclear structure and reactions relevant to the FRIB science mission.
Ab Initio Calculations of the Isotopic Dependence of Nuclear Clustering
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"Strive to understand the physics so well
that surprises are not mistakes but new discoveries."
We are always looking to work with experimentalists and theorists on new ideas and creative ways to collaborate. If you are interested in working in or with our group, do not hesitate to contact us.
Collaboration meetings are open to the public. Zoom Meeting ID: 319 520 251. Meeting time: 08:00 AM Michigan time on Saturdays.