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 Heavy Ion Spectroscopy and QED Effects in Atomic Systems
(1992, NS 85)
Ingvar Lindgren, Indrek Martinson, Reinhold Schuch
June 29 - July 3, Göteborg
Proceedings: Ingvar Lindgren, Indrek Martinson, Reinhold Schuch: Heavy-Ion Spectroscopy and QED Effects in Atomic Systems, Physica Scripta (1993), Stockholm, Sweden / World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., Singapore

ISSN 0031-8949
ISBN 91-87308-01-0

 

Table of Contents  
Preface
I. Lindgren, I. Martinson and R. Schuch
3
International Program Committee and Local Organizing Committee 4
Scientific Program 4
List of Participants and Nordic Observers 5
   
Invited Papers  
Experimental aspects and Z-dependent systematics in one- and two-electron ions and single vacancy systems
R. D. Deslattes
9

P and/or T violation
P. G. H. Sandars
16
Dynamic aspect of electron correlation in atomic collisions: The role of dielectronic processes
N. Stolterfoht
22

Highly ionized atoms in space; or highly ionized atoms, what are they teaching us about the solar coronal heating processes?
U. Feldman
34

Quantum electrodynamics calculations in few-electron systems
P. J. Mohr
44
Theory of many-electron atoms
J. Sapirstein
52
Lamb shift measurement in lithiumlike uranium (UR89+)
H. Gould
61
Classification of highly correlated electronic states
C. D. Lin
65
Electron capture in highly charged ion-atom collisions
R. Morgenstern
75
Latest hot topics in atomic physics research at GSI
P. Kienle
81
On the checks of fundamental symmetries in atomic physics
I. B. Khriplovich
90
Atomic parity nonconservation and electric dipole moment experiments - a 1992 review
E. D. Commins
92
   
Structure Symposium  
Remarks on the structure symposium
Y.-K. Kim
101
Many-body perturbation theory in atomic structure calculations
A.-M. Mårtensson-Pendrill
102
Projection operator in the multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock method
P. Indelicato and J. P. Desclaux
110
   
QED Symposium  
Introduction to the QED symposium
G. Soff
115
High precision calculations and QED effects for two- and three-electron atoms
G. W. F. Drake
116
A new approach to the electron self energy calculation
H. Persson, I. Lindgren and S. Salomonson
125

Partial-wave mass renormalization in atomic QED calculations
H. M. Quiney and I. P. Grant
132
Inner shell transitions in heavy atoms
E. Lindroth and P. Indelicato
139
Calculations of QED effects in Li-like, Na-like and Cu-like ions
S. A. Blundell
144
Higher-order QED corrections for multi-charged ions
L. Labzowsky, V. Karasiev, I. Lindgren, H. Persson and S. Salomonson
150
Present status and prospect of the experimental study of QED in high Z ions
J. P. Briand
157
Lamb shift experiments with the laser resonance method: Present and future
P. von Brentano, D. Platte, D. Budelsky, L. Kremer, H. J. Pross and F. Scheuer
162
Density functional theory of relativistic systems
R. M. Dreizler
167
Quantum electrodynamics of multiphoton ionization
T. Åberg
173
   
PNC Symposium  
Parity non-conserving effects in atomic systems
A.-M. Mårtensson-Pendrill
182
Atomic structure calculations associated with PNC experiments in atomic cesium
W. R. Johnson, J. Sapirstein and S. A. Blundell
184
The possibility to observe P and PT violation using the NMR frequency shift in a laser beam
O. P. Sushkov
193

Dynamical enhancement of weak interactions and quantum chaos
V. V. Flambaum
198
   

Collision Symposium
 
Interactions of highly charged ions with atoms and surfaces: Introduction to the mini-symposium
A. Niehaus
208

Multiple electron capture by highly charged ions (electron-nucleus versus electron-electron interactions)
M. Barat, M. N. Gaborieud and P. Roncin
210

Strong radiative decay of double Rydberg states in high-q ions
H. Cederquist, C. Biedermann, N. Selberg, L. Liljeby and E. Beebe
218
Above-surface neutralization of highly charged ions: the formation of hollow atoms
J. Burgdöfer and F. Meyer
225
Evolution of ions after multiple electron capture from surfaces
R. Morgenstern and J. Das
231
   
Summaries  
Atomic collision physics - a summary and some projections
S. Datz
236
QED in the ion age
J. Sucher
239
   
Contributed Papers  
Non-adiabatic ionization of hydrogen atoms by highly charged ions
A. Bárány and S. Ochinnikov
243
Interaction between slow positrons and atoms
V. A. Dzuba, V. V. Flambaum, W. A. King, B. N. Miller and O. P. Sushkov
248
Logarithmic corrections in the two-body QED problem
I. B. Khriplovich, A. I. Milstein, and A. S. Yelkhovsky
252
Computer graphics based analysis and visualization of semiclassical collision theory
L. Kocbach
261
Radiative corrections in strong Coulomb fields
G. Soff
266

 

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