国际合作者
 Vladimir I. Korobov Leading Scientist, Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia. Research Interests: 1)Variational methods in the quantum threebody problem; 2)Relativistic and QED effects in fewbody systems. 3)Nonrelativistic QED. Resonances and complex coordinate rotation method. 4)Precision spectroscopy of light atoms and molecules. Exotic atoms and molecules. Homepage:http://theor.jinr.ru/~korobov/

 James Mitroy Professor, Centre for Antimattermatter studies and School of Engineering, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, Northern Territory University, Australia. Research Interests: 1)Models of Atomic structure, the HartreeFock and relativistic DiracFock methods, semiempirical modifications to abinitio methods, use of many body techniques to obtain high accuracy wave functions, atomic expectation values,polarizabilities and van der Waals interactions. Structure of positronatom bound states. 2)Electron and positron collisions with atoms and ions including excitation and charge transfer, techniques for solving the equations of collision physics, momentum space methods for multicentre integrals, interpretation of scattering experiments. Electronpositron annihilation in complex physical systems. 3)Methods in computational physics, solution of integral and differential equations, diagonalisation of large eigenvalue systems using iterative methods, computational strategies for manybody calculations, simulations of physical systems. Homepage:http://www.cs.cdu.edu.au/homepages/jmitroy/j_mitroy.html

 James F. Babb HarvardSmithsonian Center for Astrophysics, ITAMP, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. Research Interests： 1)Interaction energies at longrange between two atoms, atomwall and atomsurface interactions. 2)Investigations of hyperfine and electronic structure of the hydrogen molecular ions. 3)Investigations of retardation effects (or Casimir effects) in Rydberg states of helium, heliumlike ions and the hydrogen molecule. 4)Applications of atomic and molecular physics for astrophysics, atmospheric physics, coldatom studies, and lighting science. Homepage:https://www.cfa.harvard.edu/~babb/

 Bijaya Kumar Sahoo Theoretical Physics Division, Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India. Research Interests： 1)Theory of atomic electric dipole moments (EDMs) arising from parity and timereversal/CP violation and its role in testing the Standard Model of Particle Physics.Parity nonconservation (PNC) in atomic systems to probe the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics using the relativistic manybody theory. 2)High precision test of atomic manybody theories; Search for new candidates for atomic clocks. Applications of atomic physics to astrophysics.Fine structure constant variation and implications to cosmology. 3)Studies of quantum phase transitions in cold atoms and breachedpair phase in the BECBCS crossover.Strong electron correlation effects in heavy atomic systems, molecules, clusters and accurate estimation of atomic properties. 4)Determination of nuclear properties from atomic studies;Isotope shifts and absolute nuclear charge radii. Homepage:http://www.prl.res.in/~bijaya/
