- Asymptotically correct shell model for nuclear fission (1970)
- A two-center shell model with oscillator potentials, l→·s→ forces, and l→2 terms is developed. The shell structures of the original spherical nucleus and those of the final fragments are reproduced. For small separation of the two centers the level structure resembles the Nilsson scheme. This two-center shell model might be of importance in problems of nuclear fission.
- Strangeness production in antiproton-nucleus annihilation (2012)
- The results of the microscopic transport calculations of -nucleus interactions within a GiBUU model are presented. The dominating mechanism of hyperon production is the strangeness exchange processes → γπ and → ΞK. The calculated rapidity spectra of Ξ hyperons are significantly shifted to forward rapidities with respect to the spectra of S = −1 hyperons. We argue that this shift should be a sensitive test for the possible exotic mechanisms of -nucleus annihilation. The production of the double Λ-hypernuclei by Ξ− interaction with a secondary target is calculated.