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Math Professor Presents at the International Conference on Meson-Nucleon Physics

  • Lia Leon Margolin, Ph.D.
  • Dr. Lia Margolin presents her research at MENU-2019 International Conference

Dr. Lia Leon Margolin, Associate Professor of Mathematics, presented a talk, “Constructing Wave Functions for Few-Body Systems in a Hyperspherical Basis Using Parentage Scheme of Symmetrization,” at the 15th International Conference on Meson-Nucleon Physics and the Structure of the Nucleon (MENU-2019), held at Cohon University Center, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The annual conference brings together leading academic scientists, researchers, and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of nuclear physics. Dr. Margolin reported her research findings in Physics of Light Hypernuclei at a special session on Few-Body Systems. This report was a continuation of her research on Model Independent Approaches for the Description of Quantum Systems, presented at the AMS Spring 2017 International Conference, held at Hunter College. Her research findings will be published in the peer reviewed AIP Conference Proceedings, which reports the findings presented at scientific meetings from large international conferences and advances the knowledge of physical sciences and its applications.

Dr. Margolin is invited to present a talk,”Solving Hyperspherical Basis Transformation Problem for Four-, Five-, and Six-Body Systems by the Use of Recurrence Method,” at ICNP-2020: International Conference on Nuclear Physics which is the premier interdisciplinary forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of nuclear physics. She plans on continuing her work in Few-Body Physics, investigating structural characteristics and decay reactions of hyper-nuclear systems with different numbers of particles, and invites MMC students to participate in her research.