- Joseph A. Carlson, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM
For this talk, I will review recent results on low-energy transitions and quasi-elastic scattering, both electromagnetic and weak interactions. One expects that these processes will be dominated by one- and two-nucleon current operators, the relative importance and strength of which will be process dependent with associated energy and momentum dependence. I will discuss EM transitions, nuclear-beta decays, and quasi-elastic electron and neutrino scattering and discuss possibilities for future work in neutrino scattering and double-beta decay.
Refreshments served at 10:40 am