University of Copenhagen
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Atomic physics, Pairing, Condensed matter physics, Excitation and Nucleon. A large part of his Atomic physics studies is devoted to Nuclear reaction. His research in Pairing intersects with topics in Excited state, Fermi energy, Nuclear structure and Surface.
His Condensed matter physics research integrates issues from Landau damping and Dipole. His research investigates the connection with Nucleon and areas like Hadron which intersect with concerns in Elementary particle. He has included themes like Electron and Jellium in his Random phase approximation study.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Atomic physics, Pairing, Condensed matter physics, Nuclear physics and Superfluidity. His studies in Atomic physics integrate themes in fields like Dipole, Excitation and Neutron. His Dipole research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Resonance, Thermal fluctuations, Resonance and Quadrupole.
He interconnects Vibration, Quantum electrodynamics, Mean field theory and Cooper pair in the investigation of issues within Pairing. Many of his studies on Condensed matter physics involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Surface. Much of his study explores Nucleon relationship to Fermi energy.
His primary areas of study are Pairing, Atomic physics, Quantum mechanics, Neutron and Cooper pair. To a larger extent, Ricardo A. Broglia studies Condensed matter physics with the aim of understanding Pairing. In his work, Vortex and Coulomb is strongly intertwined with Neutron star, which is a subfield of Condensed matter physics.
As part of his studies on Atomic physics, Ricardo A. Broglia often connects relevant subjects like Dipole. His Neutron study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Wave function, Astrophysics and Interaction potential. Ricardo A. Broglia focuses mostly in the field of Quasiparticle, narrowing it down to topics relating to Quantum electrodynamics and, in certain cases, Vibration and Fermi energy.
Pairing, Atomic physics, Nuclear structure, Crystallography and Folding are his primary areas of study. His Pairing research includes elements of Cooper pair, Mean field theory and Nuclear reaction. Ricardo A. Broglia frequently studies issues relating to Neutron and Atomic physics.
The Nuclear structure study combines topics in areas such as Born approximation, Renormalization, Superfluidity and Charge radius. In his study, HIV-1 protease, Biophysics and Protein structure is strongly linked to Molecular dynamics, which falls under the umbrella field of Crystallography. His Folding research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Native state, Computational biology and Protein folding.
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PLUMED: a portable plugin for free-energy calculations with molecular dynamics
Massimiliano Bonomi;Davide Branduardi;Giovanni Bussi;Carlo Camilloni.
Computer Physics Communications (2009)
Damping of nuclear excitations
G. F. Bertsch;P. F. Bortignon;R. A. Broglia.
Reviews of Modern Physics (1983)
Dynamics of the shell model
C Mahaux;P.F Bortignon;R.A Broglia;C.H Dasso.
Physics Reports (1985)
Heavy ion reactions
Ricardo A. Broglia;Aage Winther.
Nuclear field theory
P.F. Bortignon;R.A. Broglia;R.A. Broglia;D.R. Bes;R. Liotta.
Physics Reports (1977)
Giant Resonances: Nuclear Structure at Finite Temperature
P. F. Bortignon;Angela Bracco;Ricardo A. Broglia.
Fragmentation of the photoabsorption strength in neutral and charged metal microclusters.
C. Yannouleas;C. Yannouleas;R. A. Broglia;R. A. Broglia;M. Brack;P. F. Bortignon.
Physical Review Letters (1989)
Oscillations in finite quantum systems
G. F. Bertsch;R. A. Broglia;Herman Feshbach.
Landau damping and wall dissipation in large metal clusters
C. Yannouleas;C. Yannouleas;R.A. Broglia;R.A. Broglia;R.A. Broglia.
Annals of Physics (1992)
Role of the nuclear surface in a unified description of the damping of single-particle states and giant resonances
P.F. Bortignon;P.F. Bortignon;R.A. Broglia.
Nuclear Physics (1981)
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