Dr. Radu Budaca
dynamical symmetries, algebraic models, semiclassical methods, group theory, atomic
The research interests revolve mainly around the deformation related phenomena in atomic nuclei considered at relatively low energies, about several MeV. A special attention is given to the symmetries emerging in many-body systems, such as dynamical symmetries of the collective nuclear motion or the spatial symmetry of combined single-particle and collective degrees of freedom. Another venue of research is the nuclear radioactivity in its many facets: proton emission, alpha and cluster radioactivity, and spontaneous fission.
- R. Budaca, P.Buganu, M. Chabab, A. Lahbas, M. Oulne, Extended study on a quasi-exact solution of the Bohr Hamiltonian, Annals of Physics (New York) 375, 65 (2016).
- R. Budaca, A. I. Budaca, Emergence of Euclidean dynamical symmetry as a consequence of shape phase mixing, Physics Letters B 759, 349 (2016).
- R. Budaca, P. Buganu, A. I. Budaca, Bohr model description of the critical point for the first order shape phase transition, Physics Letters B 776, 26 (2018).
- R. Budaca, Tilted-axis wobbling in odd-mass nuclei, Physical Review C 97, 024302 (2018).
- R. Budaca, Semiclassical description of chiral geometry in triaxial nuclei, Physical Review C 98, 014303 (2018).