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Refereed Publications:

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  1. The momentum-dependent tensor interaction in intermediate-energy deuteron scattering, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.A. Tostevin, R.C. Johnson and M Kawai, J. Phys. G: Nucl. Phys. 14 (1988) L103-L108.
  2. Effects of singlet break-up effects in intermediate energy deuteron elastic scattering, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.A. Tostevin, and R.C. Johnson, Phys. Rev. C 41 (1990) R806-R810.
  3. Singlet channel coupling in deuteron elastic scattering at intermediate energies, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.A. Tostevin, and R.C. Johnson, Nucl. Phys. A514 (1990) 649-681.
  4. An alternative non-relativistic optical potential parameterisation for the proton-nucleus interaction, J.S. Al-Khalili and E.D. Cooper, Nucl. Phys. A513 (1990) 43-52.
  5. Application of the cluster-folding model to polarised Li scattering at intermediate energies, J.S. Al-Khalili, Phys. Lett. B252 (1990) 327-330.
  6. A three-body Glauber model for polarised deuteron scattering at intermediate energies, J.S. Al-Khalili and R.C. Johnson, Nucl. Phys. A546 (1992) 622-652.
  7. An analysis of h-production via the p 6Li → η 7Be reaction, J.S. Al-Khalili, M.B. Barbaro and C. Wilkin, J. Phys. G: Nuclear and Particle Phys. 19 (1993) 403-415.
  8. Quasielastic scattering of 11Li using realistic three-body wavefunctions, I.J. Thompson, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.A. Tostevin and J.M. Bang, Phys. Rev. C 47 (1993) R1364-R1368.
  9. The dynamic polarisation potential for 11Li scattering, J.S. Al-Khalili and J.A. Tostevin, Phys. Rev. C 49 (1994) 386-390.
  10. Effect of the break-up channel on 11Li elastic scattering, J.S. Al-Khalili, Nucl. Phys. A 581 (1995) 315-330.
  11. Evaluation of an eikonal model for 11Li-nucleus elastic scattering, J.S. Al-Khalili, I.J. Thompson and J.A. Tostevin, Nucl. Phys. A 581 (1995) 331-355.
  12. Structure and reactions of the Li and Be halo nuclei, I.J. Thompson, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.M. Bang, B.V. Danilin, V.D. Efros, F. Nunes, J.S. Vaagen and M.V. Zhukov, Nucl. Phys. A 588 (1995) C59-C64.
  13. A relativistic optical model for alpha + nucleus elastic scattering, S. Ait-Tahar, J.S. Al-Khalili and Y. Nedjadi, Nucl. Phys. A589 (1995) 307-319.
  14. Sensitivity of reaction cross sections to halo nucleus density distributions, M.P Bush, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.A. Tostevin, and R.C. Johnson, Phys. Rev. C 53 (1996) 3009-3013.
  15. Elastic scattering of 6He and its analysis within a four-body eikonal model, J.S. Al-Khalili, M.D. Cortina-Gil, P. Roussel-Chomaz, N. Alamanos, J. Barrette, W. Mittig, F. Auger, Y. Blumenfeld, J.M. Casandjian, M. Chartier, V. Fekou-Youmbi, B. Fernandez, N. Frascaria, A. Gillibert, H. Laurent, A. Lepine-Szily, N.A. Orr, V. Pascalon, J.A. Scarpaci, J.L. Sida, T. Suomijarvi, Phys. Lett. B378 (1996) 45-49.
  16. Quasielastic scattering of 9Li on 12C, M. Zahar, M. Belbot, J.J. Kolata, K. Lamkin, D.J. Morrissey, B.M. Sherrill, M. Lewitowicz, A.H. Wuosmaa, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.A. Tostevin and I.J. Thompson, Phys. Rev. C 54 (1996) 1262-1266.
  17. Revised size determinations for light halo nuclei, J.S. Al-Khalili and J.A. Tostevin, contribution to RIKEN Workshop: Nuclear Physics in RI Beam Factory, RIKEN, Tokyo, Japan, 17 June 1996. Proceedings published by RIKEN Laboratory.
  18. Matter radii of light halo nuclei, J.S. Al-Khalili and J.A. Tostevin, Phys. Rev. Lett. 76 (1996) 3903-3906.
  19. Radii of halo nuclei from cross section measurements, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.A. Tostevin and I.J. Thompson, Phys. Rev. C 54 (1996) 1843-1852.
  20. Beyond the eikonal model for few-body systems, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.A. Tostevin and J.M. Brooke, Phys. Rev. C 55 (1997) R1018-R1022.
  21. Four-body adiabatic model applied to elastic scattering, J.A. Christley, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.A. Tostevin and R.C. Johnson, Nucl. Phys. A 624 (1997) 275-292.
  22. Elastic scattering and elastic breakup of halo nuclei, R.C. Johnson, J.S. Al-Khalili and J.A. Tostevin, Phys. Rev. Letts. 79 (1997) 2771-2774.
  23. How large are the halos of light nuclei? J.A. Tostevin and J.S. Al-Khalili, Nucl. Phys. A616 (1997) C418-C425.
  24. Elastic and quasielastic scattering of 8He from 12C, J.A. Tostevin, J.S. Al-Khalili, M. Zahar, M. Belbot, J.J. Kolata, K. Lamkin, D.J. Morrissey, B.M. Sherrill, M. Lewitowicz and A.H. Wuosmaa, Phys. Rev. C 56 (1997) R2929-R2933.
  25. Manifestation of halo size in scattering and reactions, J.A. Tostevin, R.C. Johnson and J.S. Al-Khalili, Nucl. Phys. A630 (1998) C340-C351.
  26. Few-body calculations of proton- 6,8He scattering, J.S. Al-Khalili and J.A. Tostevin, Phys. Rev. C 57 (1998) 1846-1852.
  27. Sizes and interactions of halo nuclei, J.A. Tostevin, J.S. Al-Khalili, J.M. Brooke, and J.A. Christley, J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 24 (1998) 1589-1597.
  28. Sizes of the He isotopes deduced from proton elastic scattering measurements, J.A. Tostevin, J.S. Al-Khalili, in Proc. 2nd Int. Conf. on Exotic Nuclei and Atomic Masses (ENAM98) (Bellaire, Michigan) ed B M Sherrill, D J Morrissey and C N Davids, AIP Conf. 455 (AIP, New York 1998) 227-232.
  29. Calculations of reaction cross sections for 19C at relativistic energies, J.A. Tostevin and J.S. Al-Khalili, Phys. Rev. C 59 (1999) R5-R8.
  30. Noneikonal calculations for few-body projectiles, J.M. Brooke, J.S. Al-Khalili and J.A. Tostevin, Phys. Rev. C 59 (1999) 1560-1566.
  31. A quantum mechanical model of adaptive mutations, J. MacFadden and J.S. Al-Khalili, BioSystems 50 (1999) 203-211.
  32. Nuclear reactions involving weakly bound nuclei, R.C. Johnson, J.S. Al-Khalili, N.K. Timofeyuk and N. Summers, in Proc. Int. Conf. on Experimental Nuclear Physics in Europe, 21-26 June 1999 (Seville, Spain) eds. B. Rubio, M. Lozano and W. Gelletly, AIP Conf. Proc. 495 (AIP, New York 1999) 297-300.
  33. Three-body effects in the (d,2He) charge-exchange reaction, S. Rugmai, J.S. Al-Khalili, R.C. Johnson, and J.A. Tostevin, Phys. Rev. C 60 (2000) 7002.
  34. Validity of spectator core model in neutron knock-out reactions, J.S. Al-Khalili, Nuclear Physics A, 689 (2001) 551-554.
  35. Non-diffractive mechanisms in the phi-meson photoproduction on nucleons, Q. Zhao, B. Saghai and J.S. Al-Khalili, Phys. Lett. B 509 (2001) 231-238.
  36. Quark model predictions for K* photoproduction on the proton, Q. Zhao, J.S. Al-Khalili and C. Bennhold Physical Review C 64 (2001) 052201.
  37. Pion photoproduction on the nucleon in the quark model, Q. Zhao, J.S. Al-Khalili, Z.-P. Li and R.L. Workman Physical Review C 65 (2001) 065204.
  38. Few-body models of nuclear reactions, J.S. Al-Khalili and J.A. Tostevin, in Scattering: multi-volume reference book edited by P. Sabatier and E.R. Pike, 2002, pp 1373 – 1392.
  39. Contribution of vector meson photoproduction on the Gerasimov-Drell-Hearn sum rule, Q. Zhao, J.S. Al-Khalili and C. Bennhold Physical Review C 65 (2002) 032201.
  40. Structure and reactions of halo nuclei: an entangled approach, J.S. Al-Khalili, Euro. Phys. J. A 15 (2002) 27-31.
  41. Nonadiabatic corrections to elastic scattering of halo nuclei, N. Summers, J.S. Al-Khalili and R.C. Johnson, Physical Review C 66 (2002) 014614.
  42. Many-body approach to proton emission and the role of spectroscopic factors, Jim Al-Khalili, Carlo Barbieri, Jutta Escher, Byron K. Jennings, and Jean-Marc Sparenberg, Physical Review C 68 (2003) 024314.
  43. Reaction models to probe the structure of light exotic nuclei J.S. Al-Khalili and F. Nunes, J. Phys. G: Nucl. and Part. Phys 29 (2003) R89.
  44. Structure of halo nuclei – overview of theoretical status, J.S. Al-Khalili, Proceedings of the International Workshop XXXI on Gross Properties of Nuclei and Nuclear Excitations Hirschegg, Austria (2003), edited by H. Feldmeier et al.(2003) 176.
  45. Double Polarization asymmetry as a filter for the parity of the Θ+, Q. Zhao and J.S. Al-Khalili, Phys. Lett. B 585 (2004) 91.
  46. An Introduction to Halo Nuclei, J.S. Al-Khalili, Lect. Notes Phys. 651 (2004) 77.
  47. A quark model framework for the study of nuclear medium effects, Q. Zhao, J.S. Al-Khalili and R.C. Johnson, J.Phys. G: Nucl and Part. Phys. 30 (2004) 1153.
  48. Eikonal corrections for the scattering of spin-one particles, M.W. Gaber, C. Wilkin and J.S. Al-Khalili, Euro. Phys. J. A 21 (2004) 185.
  49. Halo neutron survival in the beta-decay of 11Li, F.Sarazin, J.S. Al-Khalili, G.C. Ball, G. Hackman, P.M. Walker, R.A.E. Austin, B. Eshpeter, P.E. Garrett, G.F. Grinyer, W.D. Kulp, J.R. Leslie, D. Melconian, C.J. Osborne, H.C. Scraggs, M.B. Smith, C.E. Svensson, J.C. Waddington and J.L. Wood, Phys. Rev. C 70 (2004) 031302(R).
  50. A case for British Research into the transmutation of radioactive wastes and other problematic materials, W.J. Nuttall, D.G. Ireland, J.S. Al-Khalili and W. Gelletly, Int. J. Critical Infrastructures, Vol. 1, No. 4 (2005) 380.
  51. The Thrill of Discovery: Nuclear Physics Research in the 21st Century, J. S. Al-Khalili, Nucl. Phys. A 751 (2005) 469
  52. Vector meson photoproduction studied in its radioactive decay channel, Q. Zhao, J.S. Al-Khalili and P.L. Cole, Phys. Rev C 71 (2005) 054004.
  53. High Resolution Gamma-ray Spectroscopy: A Versatile tool for nuclear beta-decay Studies at TRIUMF ISAC, G. Ball, J.S. Al-Khalili et al., J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 31 (2005) S1491.
  54. Coupled channels calculations of 11Be breakup, D. Howell, J.A. Tostevin and J.S. Al-Khalili, J. Phys. G: Nucl. Part. Phys. 31 (2005) S1881.
  55. Excited state halos in 10Be, Jim Al-Khalili and Koji Arai, Phys. Rev. C 74 (2006) 034312
  56. Pion photoproduction on the deuteron within chiral perturbation theory, B. Krippa, J. S. Al-Khalili and Q. Zhao, in preparation.
  57. Probing the limits of nuclear existence: Proton emission from 159Re, D.T. Joss et al, Phys. Lett B 641 (2006) 34-37
  58. Few-body multiple scattering calculations for 6He on protons , J.S. Al-Khalili, R. Crespo, R.C. Johnson, A.M. Moro and I.J. Thompson, Phys. Rev. C 75 (2007) 024608
  59. Alpha decay of 159Re and proton emission from 155Ta, R.D. Page et al., Phys. Rev. C 75 (2007) 061302(R).
  60. The two potential approach to proton emission, J.S. Al-Khalili, A.J. Cannon and P.D. Stevenson, AIP Conf. Proc 961 (2007) 66–71.
  61. Discovery of the proton emitting nucleus 159Re, D.T. Joss et al., AIP Conf. Proc 961 (2007)  28–33.
  62. Probing single-particle structures beyond the proton drip line, R.D. Page et al., AIP Conf. Proc 961 (2007) 137–142.
  63. Simulating the quantum Zeno and anti-Zeno effects during position measurements, J.S. Al-Khalili and P. D. Stevenson, Adv. Sci. Lett. 1 (2008) 140–144.
  64. Decays of New Nuclides and Isomers Beyond the Proton Drip Line—The Influence of Neutron Configurations, R.D. Page et al, AIP Conf. Proc.1072 (2008) 172-178.
  65. Discovery of 157W and 161Os, L. Bianco, et al, Phys. Lett. B 690 (2010) 15-18
  66. Three-body spectrum of 18C and its relevance to r-process nucleosynthesis, A. Yakhelef, N. Timofeyuk, J.S. Al-Khalili and I.J. Thompson, Few-Body Systems 47 (2010) 213-224.
  67. Discovery of 157W and 161Os, L.Bianco, R.D.Page, I.G.Darby, D.T.Joss, J.Simpson, J.S.Al-Khalili, A.J.Cannon, B.Cederwall, S.Eeckhaudt, S.Erturk, B.Gall, M.B.Gomez Hornillos, T.Grahn, P.T.Greenlees, B.Hadinia, K.Heyde, U.Jakobsson, P.M.Jones, R.Julin, S.Juutinen, S.Ketelhut, M.Labiche, M.Leino, A.-P.Leppanen, M.Nyman, D.O’Donnell, E.S.Paul, M.Petri, P.Peura, A.Puurunen, P.Rahkila, P.Ruotsalainen, M.Sandzelius, P.J.Sapple, J.Saren, C.Scholey, N.A.Smirnova, A.N.Steer, P.D.Stevenson, E.B.Suckling, J.Thomson, J.Uusitalo, M.Venhart, Phys.Lett. B 690, 15 (2010)
  68. The electron–ion scattering experiment ELISe at the International Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR)—A conceptual design study, A.N. Antonov et al., Nucl. Instr. and Meth. in Phys. Res. A 637 (2011) 60–76.
  69. Role of the tensor exchange potential in nucleon-nucleus scattering, E.S. Cunningham, J.S. Al-Khalili, and R.C. Johnson, Phys. Rev. C 84 (2011) 041601(R).
  70. The effect of spin-spin interactions on nucleon-nucleus scattering, E.S. Cunningham, J.S. Al-Khalili, and R.C. Johnson, Phys. Rev. C 87 (2013) 054601.

Other Published Work:

  1. Software lessons, J.S. Al-Khalili, R. Bacon, J.Blakey, D. Faux, and D. Lancefield, Physics World, Vol. 6 No. 2 (February, 1993) 43û46.
  2. Nuclei on the dripline, Physics World, 9 (June, 1996) 33û37.
  3. The Halo at the Centre of the Atom, brochure for Royal Society New Frontiers in Science Exhibition 1997.
  4. Nuclear Halos and Borromean Rings, Jeff Tostevin and Jim Al-Khalili, Highlights in Physics 1996, Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
  5. El halo del centro del atomo, Jeff Tostevin and Jim Al-Khalili, Tecnicas de Laboratorio, No. 230, April 1998, 161-162.
  6. Time Travel, Physics Review, Vol. 9 No. 4 (March, 2000) 2û5.
  7. Nuclear Magic Numbers Appear and Disappear, Physics World, Vol. 13 No. 8 (August, 2000) 24-25.
  8. Cleaning Up Our Nuclear Waste, D. Ireland and J. Al-Khalili, Physics World, Vol. 14 No. 11 (November, 2001) 14-15.
  9. In Search of Wormholes, Astronomy Now, May 2002, p.62.
  10. Time travel: separating science fact from science fiction, Physics Education, 38 (2003) 14
  11. “Are we doing enough for our field”, editorial for Nuclear Physics News, vol 13, #1 (2003) p.3
  12. “Blurring the lines betweenm science fiction… and fact”, Weekend cover story,Portsmouth News, 19 April 2003, p.18
  13. Ways in Life, Interview in GM Magazine, Thailand, 6 October 2005, p.198
  14. Short cut to space-time, a review of A Briefer History of Time, by Stephen Hawking, Nature 438, 159 – 161 (09 Nov 2005)
  15. Weird, sexy and mind-blowing, a review of The Quantum Zoo, by Marcus Chown, Nature 440, 871 – 871 (12 Apr 2006)
  16. “A quick chat with…” interview with Jheni Osman, Focus Magazine #168 (2006) p.38
  17. Life in the universal porridge, a review of The Goldilocks Enigma, by Paul Davies, Nature 444, 423 – 424 (23 Nov 2006)
  18. A Brief History of the Atom, Focus Magazine #178 July (2007) 42-46.
  19. “Nuclear waste is hardly a worry when climate change threat is so urgent”, Comment and Debate, The Guardian, 26 July 2007, p.35
  20. Integrated Sciences, article in the Times Higher Education Supplement, J.S. Al-Khalili, 2007
  21. On Perpetual Motion Machines, J.S. Al-Khalili, Comment&Analysis, BBC Focus Magazine, August 2007.
  22. Nuclear waste is hardly a worry when the climate change threat is so urgent, J.S. Al-Khalili, The Guardian, 26 July 2007
  23. “Cala-te enquanto calculas” ou “cala-te e calcula”? J.S. Al-Khalili, Gazeta da Fizica, Vol 30, no.2/3, Autumn 2007
  24. In a parallel universe this theory would make sense, J.S. Al-Khalili, The Guardian, 1 December 2007
  25. Science: Islam’s forgotten geniuses, J.S. Al-Khalili, The Telegraph, 29 January 2008
  26. It’s time to herald the Arabic science that prefigured Newton and Darwin, J.S. Al-Khalili, The Guardian, 30 January 2008
  27. A teoria quantica em 30 segundos, Gazeta da Fizica, J.S. Al-Khalili, Vol 31, no.1/3, Spring 2008
  28. Beyond the Standard Model, The Guardian, Monday 30 June 2008
  29. While our scientists struggle with ethics, the Islamic world forges ahead, J.S. Al-Khalili, The Guardian, 31 July 2008
  30. A Maquina do Big Bang, Gazeta da Fizica, J.S. Al-Khalili, Vol 31, no. 3/3, Autumn 2008
  31. We can’t hide in our labs and leave the talking to Dawkins, J.S. Al-Khalili, The Guardian, 25 November 2008
  32. The age of brilliance, J.S. Al-Khalili, Abu Dhabi National, 10 January 2009
  33. The First True Scientist, J.S. Al-Khalili, BBC Online, 4 January 2009 http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/7810846.stm
  34. Book Review of Cosmic Anger: Abdus Salam – The First Muslim Nobel Scientist, by Gordon Fraser, J.S. Al-Khalili, New Scientist, March 2009.
  35. Feature article: Time travel: science fact or science fiction? J.S. Al-Khalili, Science in School Magazine, Spring 2009.
  36. Mainstream experiments: Science belongs on TV, J.S. Al-Khalili, The Guardian, 25 May 2009
  37. An atomic catastrophe, J.S. Al-Khalili, The Guardian, 15 December 2009
  38. The greatest scientific advances from the Muslim world, J.S. Al-Khalili, The Guardian, 1 February 2010
  39. Science in the Muslim World, J.S. Al-Khalili, Physics World feature article, 1 April 2010
  40. When Baghdad was centre of the scientific world, J.S. Al-Khalili, The Observer, 26 September 2010
  41. Is Tevatron’s particle a new force of nature? J.S. Al-Khalili, The Guardian, 10 April 2011

More recent newspaper articles can be found on Journalisted.com

Books:

Popular Science

  1. Quantum Life: How Fundamental Physics is Revolutionising Biology (Bantam, to be published Sep 2013/2014)
  2. Paradox: Nine Great Engimas in Physics (Bantam, to be published in March 2012)
  3. Litmus: Short Stories from Modern Science, Comma Press, June 2011 – contributing author
  4. Pathfinders: The Golden Age of Arabic Science (Penguin Press, 2010) – translated into 12 languages
  5. 30 Second Theories, (Fall River Press, 2009) – contributing author
  6. Quantum: A Guide for the Perplexed, (Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 2004) – translated into 4 languages
  7. Invisible Worlds, consultant editor, (Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 2004) – contributing author
  8. Nucleus: A Trip into the Heart of Matter, (Canopus Press, 2001) – translated into 6 languages
  9. Collins Encyclopaedia of the Universe, (Harper-Collins, 2001) – contributing author
  10. Black Holes, Wormholes and Time Machines, (Taylor and Francis, 1999) – translated into 13 languages

Chapters in Textbooks and Monographs:

  1. Scattering, co-author, with Dr J.A. Tostevin, chapter in multi-volume reference book edited by P. Sabatier and E.R. Pike, 2001.
  2. Collins Encyclopaedia of the Universe, Harper-Collins, 2001.
  3. Lecture Notes in Physics: Nuclear Physics with Exotic Beams Volume I, Eds. J.S. Al-Khalili and E. Roeckl, Springer-Verlag, 2004.
  4. Lecture Notes in Physics: Nuclear Physics with Exotic Beams Volume II, Eds. J.S. Al-Khalili and E. Roeckl, Springer-Verlag, 2006.
  5. Lecture Notes in Physics: Nuclear Physics with Exotic Beams Volume III, Eds. J.S. Al-Khalili and E. Roeckl, Springer-Verlag, 2008.
  6. Contributing Author in Quantum Aspects of Life, ed. P.C.W Davies, D. Abbott, A.K. Pati, Oxford University Press, 2008

Invited and Plenary Talks at Conferences and Workshops:

  1. Elastic scattering of 11Li in a four-body Glauber model, Nordita/Norfa Study Weekend on Halo Nuclei, Neils Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, 19-21 March 1993.
  2. The dynamic polarization of 11Li, Nordita/Norfa Study Weekend on Halo Nuclei, Neils Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, 28-30 January 1994.
  3. Effect of the breakup channel on 11Li elastic scattering, Theory Workshop: Physics of Exotic Beams, GANIL, Caen, 23-24 February 1994.
  4. Reaction mechanisms in 11Li scattering, Post-IoP-Conference Workshop on Halo Nuclei, University of Surrey, 14 April 1994.
  5. Nuclear reactions of halo nuclei, Nordita Workshop on Aspects of Nuclear and Astrophysics, Neils Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, 12-13 September 1994.
  6. Revised size determinations for light halo nuclei, Workshop on Nuclear Physics in RI Beam Factory, RIKEN, Tokyo, 17 June 1996.
  7. Renaissance of Glauber methods in the Study of Reactions with Halo Nuclei, Workshop on the Physics of Halo Nuclei, ECT*, Trento, Italy,  7-17 October 1996
  8. The Glauber model: A tool for studying reactions of light dripline nuclei, UK Annual Nuclear Physics Study Weekend, University of Birmingham,  26-27 October 1996.
  9. Advances in reaction models for halo nuclei, Symposium on New Spectroscopy and Nuclear Structure 1997 dedicated to Aage Bohr and Ben Mottelson, Copenhagen, 16-20 September 1997.
  10. An impact parameter multiple scattering prescription for few-body projectiles, HALO’98, Lisbon, 3-5 April 1998.
  11. Findings of EPSRC Young Researchers’ Committee on Future Direction of Physics Programme, Physics Programme Community Meeting, London, 21 April 1998.
  12. Reactions with loosely-bound projectiles, 13th Nordic Meeting on Intermediate and High Energy Nuclear Physics, Graftvallen, Oviken, Sweden 4-10 January 1999.
  13. New reaction theories for loosely-bound projectiles, HALO’99, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, 28–30 May 1999.
  14. 6He and 6Li: Twins or Distant Cousins?, Institute of Physics Half-Day Meeting on New Results in the Study of Neutron-rich Nuclei., University of Manchester, 27 October 1999.
  15. Exploring the Nuclear Halo, IoP Nuclear Physics Conf. 2000, Univ. of Birmingham, 12-14 April 2000.
  16. Stripping reaction calculations to probe the structure of 12Be, HALO 2000, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, 28-30 April 2000.
  17. Dynamic core excitations in one-neutron knockout reactions, One Day GANIL Workshop on exotic Nuclei, GANIL, Caen, France, 29 June 2000.
  18. Stripping reactions as a probe of the structure of light exotic nuclei, ECT* Workshop on Physics with radioactive beams: key experiments and requirements, Trento, Italy, 27 November – 1 December 2000.
  19. Structure and reactions of halo nuclei: an entangled approach, ENAM 2001, the 3rd International Conference on Exotic Nuclei and Atomic Masses, July 2-7, 2001, Hämeenlinna, Finland.
  20. The Status of nuclear theory in the UK, invited talk at UK Nuclear Physics Study Days: Future Directions in Nuclear Physics, 19 – 20 April, 2002, Cosener’s House, Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
  21. Probing halo nuclei with electron beams, Halo’02, Gothenberg, Sweden, 13 – 15 June, 2002
  22. Structure of halo nuclei – overview of theoretical status, International Workshop XXXI on Gross Properties of Nuclei and Nuclear Excitations, Hirschegg, Austria (2003)
  23. Few-body models of direct nuclear reactions, series of 10 lectures as part of ECT* Marie Curie Doctoral Training Programme, Trento, Italy, 25-29 Aug, 2003.
  24. Quantum superpositions in biological systems, Workshop on Quantum Origins of Life, NASA Ames, California, 30 Sep – 3 Oct 2003.
  25. High energy reactions to probe the structure of light nuclei, GSI, Future Project 2nd International Workshop, 14-17 October 2003.
  26. Review of Nuclear Reactions, RIA Theory Working Group, 1st Workshop, Tucson, Arizona, 2-3 Nov 2003.
  27. Quantum: still crazy after all these years, Univ. of Birmingham Physics Dept. Colloquium, 26 Nov 2003.
  28. Nuclear Transmutation: an alchemist’s dream? IoP South East Branch, Sussex University, 4 Dec 2003.
  29. The Thrill of Discovery: nuclear physics research in the 21st century, invited plenary lecture at the International Nuclear Physics Conference INPC2004, Gothenberg, 27 June – 2 July 2004.
  30. The Status of nuclear theory in the UK, invited talk at UK Nuclear Physics Study Days: Future Directions in Nuclear Physics, 25,26 May 2005, Cosener’s House, Abingdon, Oxfordshire.
  31. Communicating Physics to the Wider Public, invited talk at “Journey Towards and Beyond the Driplines”, a Symposium in honour of Bjorn Jonson, Gothenburg, 16,17 October 2008.

Research Seminars and Colloquia:

  1. Polarised deuteron elastic scattering at intermediate energies, Department of Physics, University of Maryland, Washington DC, April 1989.
  2. Polarised deuteron elastic scattering at intermediate energies, Department of Physics, Ohio State University, Colombus, Ohio, November 1990.
  3. Neutron halos are even bigger than we thought, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan, June 1996
  4. Neutron halos are even bigger than we thought, Niigata University, Japan, June 1996
  5. Nuclei with neutron halos, Osaka City University, Japan, June 1996
  6. Neutron halos are even bigger than we thought, Yukawa Institute, Kyoto, Japan, June 1996
  7. Neutron halos: A new form of matter, Departmental seminar, Dept of Physics, University of Edinburgh, 26 February 1997.
  8. Reaction studies of halo nuclei, GANIL Laboratory, Caen, France, 29 January 1998
  9. Structure and reactions of neutron rich nuclei, Dept of Physics, University of Birmingham, 13 May 1998
  10. The Neutron Halo, Dept of Physics, UMIST, 13 January 1999
  11. The Neutron Halo, The Maxwell Society, Kings College London, 15 February 1999
  12. Neutron halos: A new form of matter, Inst. Superior Tecnico Lisboa, Portugal, 8 November 1999.
  13. 6He and 6Li: Twins or Distant Cousins? NSCF Theory Seminar, Michigan State University, USA, 12 January 2000.
  14. Few-body Methods in Direct Reactions (I), NSCF Theory Seminar, MSU, USA, 13 January 2000.
  15. Few-body Methods in Direct Reactions (II), NSCF Theory Seminar, USA, 20 January 2000.
  16. Recent Advances in Few-body Reaction Theory, Argonne National Lab, Illinois, 27 January 2000.
  17. The importance of single particle transitions in stripping reactions, NSCF Theory Seminar, Michigan State University, USA, 3 May 2000.
  18. Nuclei with Neutron Halos, Department of Physics, University of Bristol, 23 October 2000.
  19. Exploring the nuclear halo, TRIUMF Laboratory, Vancouver, 30 July, 2002.
  20. Nuclear Halos, University of York, Physics and Astronomy Departmental seminar, 26 Feb. 2003.
  21. Quantum: still crazy after all these years, University of Birmingham Colloquium, 26 Nov 2003.
  22. Neutron halos: a new state of matter, Balliol College, Oxford Physics Society, 3 May 2005.
  23. The Golden Age of Arabic Science, Royal Society Michael Faraday lecture, 31 January 2008.
  24. Structure and dynamics of halo nuclei, DAMTP Colloquium, Cambridge, 2 February 2011
  25. Quantum Biology: nutty science or a new revolution, Unilever Discover, 10 November 2011
  26. Creating a Star on Earth: The Future of Nuclear Fusion, Firmenich, Lausanne, 25 July 2011.

Conferences Contributions:

Over 100 conference papers in theoretical nuclear physics either as oral contribution or posters, many given by students and collaborators.

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