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- Jacek Dobaczewski

University of York

United Kingdom

1998 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For his pioneering contributions to our understanding of the nuclear manybody problem, especially the development of meanfield techniques and boson expansion methods

- Quantum mechanics
- Geometry
- Neutron

Jacek Dobaczewski mainly focuses on Pairing, Atomic physics, Hartree–Fock method, Nuclear theory and Mean field theory. Jacek Dobaczewski has researched Pairing in several fields, including Gyroscope, Coordinate space, Binding energy and Multipole expansion. Jacek Dobaczewski works mostly in the field of Atomic physics, limiting it down to topics relating to Neutron and, in certain cases, Proton.

His work deals with themes such as Basis, Nuclear force, Nuclear physics and r-process, which intersect with Hartree–Fock method. The Nuclear theory study combines topics in areas such as Quantum electrodynamics and Quasiparticle. His biological study deals with issues like Nuclear matter, which deal with fields such as Quantum mechanics, Functional theory, Polarization and Energy density functional.

- Hartree-Fock-Bogolyubov description of nuclei near the neutron-drip line (577 citations)
- Hartree-Fock-Bogolyubov description of nuclei near the neutron-drip line (577 citations)
- Mean-field description of ground-state properties of drip-line nuclei: Pairing and continuum effects (368 citations)

His main research concerns Atomic physics, Pairing, Nuclear physics, Quantum mechanics and Neutron. His Atomic physics research incorporates themes from Spectral line, Isotope and Moment of inertia. In his work, Pseudopotential is strongly intertwined with Mean field theory, which is a subfield of Pairing.

His Quantum mechanics research includes elements of Isospin and Nuclear matter. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Neutron, Isobaric process is strongly linked to Proton. He works mostly in the field of Hartree–Fock method, limiting it down to topics relating to Harmonic oscillator and, in certain cases, Cartesian coordinate system.

- Atomic physics (43.50%)
- Pairing (47.64%)
- Nuclear physics (42.72%)

- Neutron (37.99%)
- Pairing (47.64%)
- Nuclear physics (42.72%)

Jacek Dobaczewski focuses on Neutron, Pairing, Nuclear physics, Nuclear theory and Quantum mechanics. His study in Neutron is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Energy, Isospin, Atomic physics and Proton. Jacek Dobaczewski combines subjects such as Parametrization, Spectral line and Isotope with his study of Atomic physics.

His work carried out in the field of Pairing brings together such families of science as Quasiparticle, Isoscalar, Statistical physics, Isovector and Harmonic oscillator. His Nuclear theory study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Linear equation, Regularization, Binding energy and Applied mathematics. His research investigates the connection between Quantum mechanics and topics such as Energy density functional that intersect with issues in Gravitational singularity.

- Error Estimates of Theoretical Models: a Guide (158 citations)
- Error Estimates of Theoretical Models: a Guide (158 citations)
- Characterization of the shape-staggering effect in mercury nuclei (48 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- Geometry
- Neutron

Jacek Dobaczewski spends much of his time researching Neutron, Nuclear physics, Pairing, Nuclear theory and Quantum mechanics. Jacek Dobaczewski has included themes like Quasiparticle and Atomic physics in his Neutron study. Jacek Dobaczewski is interested in Quadrupole, which is a field of Atomic physics.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Augmented Lagrangian method, Hartree–Fock method, Isospin and Angular momentum. His Nuclear theory research incorporates elements of Applied mathematics, Regularization, Linear equation and Homogeneous space. In his study, Mathematical physics, Cartesian coordinate system and Nuclear matter is strongly linked to Energy density functional, which falls under the umbrella field of Quantum mechanics.

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Hartree-Fock-Bogolyubov description of nuclei near the neutron-drip line

J. Dobaczewski;J. Dobaczewski;H. Flocard;J. Treiner.

Nuclear Physics **(1984)**

899 Citations

Mean-field description of ground-state properties of drip-line nuclei: Pairing and continuum effects

J. Dobaczewski;W. Nazarewicz;T. R. Werner;J. F. Berger.

Physical Review C **(1996)**

805 Citations

Nuclear shell structure at particle drip lines

J. Dobaczewski;J. Dobaczewski;I. Hamamoto;I. Hamamoto;W. Nazarewicz;W. Nazarewicz;J. A. Sheikh;J. A. Sheikh.

Physical Review Letters **(1994)**

566 Citations

Shell structure of the superheavy elements

Stefan Cwiok;Stefan Cwiok;Jacek Dobaczewski;Jacek Dobaczewski;Paul-Henri Heenen;Piotr Magierski.

Nuclear Physics **(1996)**

561 Citations

Shape coexistence and the effective nucleon-nucleon interaction

P.-G. Reinhard;D. J. Dean;D. J. Dean;W. Nazarewicz;W. Nazarewicz;W. Nazarewicz;J. Dobaczewski;J. Dobaczewski;J. Dobaczewski.

Physical Review C **(1999)**

428 Citations

Systematic study of deformed nuclei at the drip lines and beyond

M. V. Stoitsov;J. Dobaczewski;W. Nazarewicz;W. Nazarewicz;W. Nazarewicz;S. Pittel.

Physical Review C **(2003)**

354 Citations

β decay rates of r-process waiting-point nuclei in a self-consistent approach

Jonathan Engel;Michaël Bender;Michaël Bender;Jacek Dobaczewski;Jacek Dobaczewski;Jacek Dobaczewski;Witold Nazarewicz;Witold Nazarewicz;Witold Nazarewicz.

Physical Review C **(1999)**

286 Citations

Error Estimates of Theoretical Models: a Guide

J. Dobaczewski;J. Dobaczewski;W. Nazarewicz;W. Nazarewicz;W. Nazarewicz;P. G. Reinhard.

Journal of Physics G **(2014)**

275 Citations

β decay rates of r-process waiting-point nuclei in a self-consistent approach

J. Engel;W. Nazarewicz;R. Surman;J. Dobaczewski.

Physical Review C **(1999)**

268 Citations

Gamow-Teller strength and the spin-isospin coupling constants of the Skyrme energy functional

Michaël Bender;Jacek Dobaczewski;Jacek Dobaczewski;Jonathan Engel;Witold Nazarewicz;Witold Nazarewicz;Witold Nazarewicz.

Physical Review C **(2002)**

242 Citations

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