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Seminarium Zakładu Fizyki Neutrin

Jakub Żmuda

Self consistent approach to the lepton-nucleus scattering at intermediate energy transfers

Modelling the lepton- nucleus interactions at intermediate energy transfers of ~100-1000 MeV has been always a theoretical challenge. The proper understanding of nuclear system dynamics in the above mentioned energy range is crucial for modern neutrino accelerator beam experiments, like T2K or MiniBooNE. One of the models, introduced by the theoretical group of Juan Nieves from IFIC, should cover most of the possible nuclear system excitations from the quasielastic peak, through the so-called "dip" region up to the Delta peak. I will give an overview of this model and present some of my preliminary results concerning the neutrino- and electron- nucleus scattering. see more: http://neutrino.ift.uni.wroc.pl/?page=sem.php