1984 - Max Born Medal and Prize, German Physical Society, Institute of Physics
Fellow of the Royal Society of South Africa
His primary areas of study are Particle physics, Nuclear physics, Nucleon, Double beta decay and Neutrino. His Meson, Quark, Quark model, Baryon and Isospin study are his primary interests in Particle physics. His Nuclear physics study which covers Atomic physics that intersects with Cross section, Mean field theory and Isotope.
In Nucleon, Amand Faessler works on issues like Quantum electrodynamics, which are connected to Pion, Renormalization and Quantum mechanics. His Double beta decay study also includes
Amand Faessler mainly focuses on Particle physics, Nuclear physics, Atomic physics, Nucleon and Quark. His is doing research in Meson, Quark model, Neutrino, Baryon and Pion, both of which are found in Particle physics. His Nuclear physics research includes themes of Heavy ion and Cross section.
His research investigates the link between Atomic physics and topics such as Neutron that cross with problems in Proton and Pairing. Amand Faessler works mostly in the field of Nucleon, limiting it down to topics relating to Quantum electrodynamics and, in certain cases, Quantum mechanics and Hamiltonian. His work in Double beta decay addresses subjects such as Random phase approximation, which are connected to disciplines such as Matrix.
Amand Faessler mainly investigates Particle physics, Nuclear physics, Double beta decay, Neutrino and Nucleon. As part of his studies on Nuclear physics, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Production. His Double beta decay study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Atomic physics, Random phase approximation, Isospin, Beta decay and Beta.
The Random phase approximation study which covers Quasiparticle that intersects with Pairing. His Neutrino research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Electron and Electron capture. His Nucleon study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Pion, Proton and Mathematical physics.
Amand Faessler mostly deals with Particle physics, Nuclear physics, Hadron, Neutrino and Meson. As part of his studies on Nuclear physics, Amand Faessler often connects relevant subjects like Production. His Hadron research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecule, Lambda, Quantum number and Bound state.
His research investigates the connection between Neutrino and topics such as Electron capture that intersect with issues in Atomic physics, Atom and Energy. His Meson research integrates issues from Crystallography and Resonance. His research in Double beta decay intersects with topics in Neutron, Radioactive decay, Isotope and Random phase approximation.
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Double beta decay
Amand Faessler;Fedor Simkovic.
Journal of Physics G (1998)
Suppression of the two-neutrino double β decay
O. Civitarese;Amand Faessler;T. Tomoda.
Physics Letters B (1987)
Constraints on the high-density nuclear equation of state from the phenomenology of compact stars and heavy-ion collisions
T. Klähn;T. Klähn;D. Blaschke;S. Typel;E. N. E. van Dalen.
Physical Review C (2006)
Assessment of uncertainties in QRPA $0νββ$-decay nuclear matrix elements
V.A. Rodin;Amand Faessler;F. Šimkovic;Petr Vogel;Petr Vogel.
Nuclear Physics (2006)
Anatomy of the 0νββ nuclear matrix elements
Fedor Šimkovic;Fedor Šimkovic;Amand Faessler;Vadim Rodin;Petr Vogel.
Physical Review C (2008)
Additional nucleon current contributions to neutrinoless double beta decay
F. Simkovic;G. Pantis;J.D. Vergados;Amand Faessler.
Physical Review C (1999)
Quasi-elastic electroproduction of charged ho -mesons on nucleons
L. L. Sviridova;D. K. Fedorov;V. G. Neudatchin;I. T. Obukhovsky.
European Physical Journal A (2010)
Beta Decay and the Cosmic Neutrino Background
Amand Faessler;Rastislav Hodak;Sergey Kovalenko;Fedor Šimkovic.
Epj Web of Conferences (2014)
The Quark Model and the Nature of the Repulsive Core of the Nucleon Nucleon Interaction
Amand Faessler;F. Fernandez;G. Lübeck;K. Shimizu.
Physics Letters B (1982)
Assessment of uncertainties in QRPA $0 u eta eta$-decay nuclear matrix elements
V. A. Rodin;Amand Faessler;F. Šimkovic;Petr Vogel.
Nuclear Physics (2006)
Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics
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