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CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Personal information
Name: Mahir Saleh Hussein
Place of birth: Baghdad, Iraq
Date of birth: 21/11/1944
Citizenship: Brazilian
Date of current job: October 1971
Current position: Professor of Physics (full professor – fulltime)
Phone number: 55 (11) 3091-6737
Fax number: 55 (11) 3091-6833
E-mail: [email protected]
2. Undergraduate education
BSc in Physics, University of Baghdad, Iraq (1965) (First graduate in the University).
3. Graduate education
Ph.D. in Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), 1971.
Research support received during the study period 1966-1971, through an MIT Assistantship.
4. Teaching
Has been teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in Physics at Univ. São Paulo, since
1972. All together, he has given 32 undergraduate courses and 34 graduate courses (nuclear
physics, statistical mechanics, quantum mechanics) one of which on nuclear physics, he gave at
MIT while visiting in 94-95.
5. Participation in scientific meetings
5.1. Brazilian: 21
5.2. International: 44
6. Participation in scientific meetings as an invited speaker
6.1. Brazilian: 19
6.2. International: 37
7. Advisor for MSc and PhD students
7.1. MSc: 6
7.2. PhD: 6
8. Honors, distinctions and prizes
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Martin Gutzwiller Fellow at the Max-Planck- Institute fur Physik komplexer SystemeDresden, 07/08.
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Adjunct Professor of Physics, Department of Physics and Astronomy- Michigan State
University.
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TWAS member since 2005.
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Member of the Board of Directors of the Iraqi Society for Higher Edugation Abroad (2003).
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Brazilian Academy of Sciences, member since 2000.
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Smithsonian Foundation Fellow, 1995.
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The State of São Paulo Academy of Sciences, member since 1990.
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J.S. Guggenheim Fellowship (1987).
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Holds the highest CNPq (Federal Brazilian Agency) scientific fellowship since 1982.
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Distinguished Tinker Visiting Professor, University of Wisconsin, Madison (1979-1980).
9. Professional Activities
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Head of Nuclear Physics Department, University of São Paulo, 1995–1999.
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Visiting Professor, Center for Theoretical Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
Cambridge, January/94-July/95 – Regular visitor 1995 - present.
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Visiting Scientist, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, Cambridge, January-July/
95 – Regular visitor 1995-present.
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Scientific Secretary of the Nuclear Science Advisory Committee's Long Range Plan for the
US Department of Energy and the US-NSF, February-July/95.
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Referee of Annals of Physics (NY), Nuclear Physics A, Physics Letters A&B, Physical
Review A, C and E, Physical Review Letters, J. Phys. A&B.
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Member Editorial Board, Brazilian Journal of Physics, 1996-present.
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Member of the Advisory Committee in the area of Physics and Astronomy of the CNPq,
1997-1999.
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Coordinator of the Thematic Project of FAPESP (São Paulo Funding Agency),
“Theoretical Nuclear Physics”, 1996-2000.
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Coordinator of the Thematic Project of FAPESP (São Paulo Funding Agency), “Dynamics
of Many-Body systems”, 2000-2004.
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Principal investigator of the project PRONEX/CNPq, in the area of Nuclear Physics,
1997-1998.
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Member of the visiting Committee of PRONEX/CNPq, 1998-present.
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Brazilian Correspondent of “Nuclear Science News”, EU, since 1998.
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“Link member” of Brazil in “European Center of Theoretical Nuclear Physics and Related
Ares: ECT*”, Trento, Italy.
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Principal investigator and member of the Scientific Council of the “Instituto do Milênio”,
“Institute for Quantum Information”, 2001-2003.
Coordinator or principal investigator of the following bilateral cooperative agreement:
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NSF/CNPq: Univ. Wisc.-Madison(USA)) / USP (1980) Coordinator
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NSF/CNPq: MIT (USA) / USP (1981) Coordinator
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NSF/CNPq: MIT (USA) / USP (1982) Coordinator
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NSF/CNPq: MSU (USA) / USP (1990) Coordinator
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NSF/CNPq: TUNL-NCSU (USA) / USP (1999) Coordinator
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NSF/CNPq: TUNL-NCSU (USA) / USP (2001) Coordinator
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CAPES/DAD: GSI (Germany) / USP (1999) Principal investigator
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CAPES/INEA: Orsay (França) /USP (2001) Principal investigator
10. Research funds which were under Hussein’s responsability
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Project “Instituto do Milênio: Instituto de Informações Quânticas”.
R$ 5.700.000,00, Principal investigator, Member of the Scientific Council (2001present)
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Project Multiusuário (FAPESP)
R$ 1.800.000,00, Coordinator (1999-present)
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Project Infra (FAPESP) in the Departamento de Física Nuclear of IFUSP
R$ 800.000,00, Coordinator (1998-present)
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Project RIBRAS (FAPESP) in the Departamento de Física Nuclear of IFUSP
US$ 500,000.00, Coordinator (1997-present)
11. Invited talks at the following events
Has given over 30 invited talks during the last 8 years. Prior to 2001 he has given talks at the
following events:
- “Direct Reactions with Exotic Beams”, Orsay, France, 27-29 June 2001.
- “Reaction Mechanisms of Exotic Nuclei”, Trento, Italy, February 2001.
- “9th International Conference on Nuclear Reaction Mechanisms”, Varenna, Italy, June 2000.
- “Giant Resonances 2000”, Osaka, Japan, June 2000.
- “International Workshop DGDR99”, Trento, Italy, May 1999.
- “Quantum Mechanical Approaches to Multistep Direct Reactions”, Trento, Italy, July 1998.
- “HALO 98’’, Lisboa, Portugal, April 1998.
- “International Conference on Physics with Radioactive Nuclear Beams”, Puri, India, January
1998.
- “ANIS’97 – International Conference on Exotic Nuclei”, Caen, France, November 1997.
- “International Symposium on Structure and Reactions of Unstable Nuclei”, Niigata, Japan,
November 1994.
- “Saclay Workshop on Exotic Nuclei”, Saclay, France, November 1992.
- “APS Workshop on Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos”, East Lansing, Michigan, October
1991.
- “International Symposium on Structure and Reactions of Unstable Nuclei”, Niigata, Japan,
June 1991.
- “6th International Conference on Nuclear Reaction Mechanisms”, Varenna, Italy, June 1991.
- “5th International Conference on Nuclear Reaction Mechanisms”, Varenna, Italy, June 1988.
- “Europhysics Study Conference ‘’From Cold to Hot Nuclei’’, Varna, Bulgaria, September
1987.
- “Workshop on the Relation Between Reaction and Structure in Nuclear Physics”, Drexel,
University, Philadelphia, USA – September 1986.
- “International Conference on Nuclear Reaction Mechanisms”, Varenna, Italy, June 1985.
- “International Conference on Nuclear Structure and Heavy Ion Reactions”, Legnaro, Italy,
May 1985.
- “Nuclear Physics Workshop in Buenos Aires”, Argentina –June, 1984.
- “International Conference on Light Ion Reaction Mechanisms”, Osaka, Japan, May 1983.
- “3rd International Conference on Nuclear Reaction Mechanisms”, Varenna, Italy, June 1982.
- “III Oaxtepec Symposium”, Oaxtepec, Mexico, January 1980.
12. Publications
Published over 260 papers in international journals. Of these, 25 were published in the Physical
Review Letters covering nuclear reaction theory and applications, accelerator physics, quantum
chaos and Bose-Einstein Condensation.
13. Biographical information
I was born in Baghdad-Iraq on November 21, 1944. I attended public schools in several districts
of Baghdad and eventually entered the College of Sience in the University of Baghdad (UB)
during the period 1964-1965. I then was an instructor of physics at the UB until July of 1966. After
that I started my graduate studies in physics at MIT, where I remained until completion of my PhD
in September 1971. I started my career at the University of São Paulo in October of 1971.
I then was promoted to associate professor in 1977 and later to full professor in 1987. I received
the J. S. Guggenheim fellowship during the academic year of 1987-1988. I then continued my
activities at USP both on resarch and teaching. I published over 200 papers in refereed jornals.
I was the distinguished Tinker Visiting Professor at the University of Wisconsin at Madison during
the year 1979-1980. I was a visiting professor at MIT during the period of January 1994 - July
1995. I was a visiting scientist (consultant) at the Institute of Theoretical Atomic and Molecular
Physics at Harvard University. I also served as the Scientific Secretary of the DOE - NSF Nuclear
Science Long Range Plan (Jan. - July 1995). I served as the head of the Nuclear Physics
Department of the Instituto de Física of the University of São Paulo during the period of October
1995- October 1999. I then served on the Research Evolution Committee of the CNPq
(1997-1998). A bit later I served as the President of the Committee on Research of the Physics
Department at USP (November 1999- November 2003).
Over the last 19 years I have been involved rather heavily in four major research efforts, These
are: 1. Laser Driven Accelerators, 2. Theoretical Nuclear Physics, 3. Quantum Chaos Theory and
Applications and 4.Theory of Bose-Einstein Condensation. Of the four, the second, Theoretical
Nuclear Physics, is my main research specialty. I have, in collaboration with several colleagues,
developed the reaction theory for exotic (neutron-or proton-rich) nuclei, a detailed model for the
excitation and decay of multiple giant resonances and studied in details fundamental symmetry
violation in nuclei. I have also collaborated with experimental colleagues in Brazil, USA, Germany
and France, in interpreting data in the field of heavy-ion reactions and dynamics as well as in
assessing the degree of isospin violation in light nuclei.
The first topic, Laser Driven Accelerators, was inspired by the desire of developing less expensive
and smaller TeV-energy accelerators at the time when the SSC was under debate. Together with
a colleague at the Univ. São Paulo we suggested, in a Phys. Rev. Lett. article, a mechanism
where a powerful laser is coupled to a beam of electrons and through an ingenious setup
involving magnets with alternating polarities placed at distances (determined self consistently)
along the accelerator, the electrons injected with MeV energies, could reach GeV-energies after
travelling one meter. This work was later further developed with A. Kerman (MIT) and the
mechanism is being looked at Livermore National Laboratory.
Currently we are studying the problem of taking into account, nonperturbatively, the effect of
radiation damping in the calculation and eventual design of the accelerator.
The third topic, Quantum Chaos and Applications, has received considerable attention from me
and my collaborators and. I have developed (together with M.P. Pato) the Deformed Gaussian
Orthogonal Ensemble (DGOE), which can be used to investigate cases intermediate between
chaos and order in the quantum domain. The DGOE has been generalized to the other universal
ensembles (Gaussian Unitary and Simplectic). We have used the DGOE to investigate isospin
violation in nuclei, metal-insulator transition and the curvature distribution of levels representing
standing waves in acoustic resonators. Most of these investigations were reported in the Physical
Review Letters. Currently, together with experimental colleagues we are in the process of
establishing a "Center for Experimental and Theoretical Studies in Quantum Chaos and Related
Areas- ETC*) funded through a US$120,000.00 FAPESP fund, where an acoustic resonator
setup is being assembled (similar to the one at the NBI in Copenhagen).
The fourth topic, Theory of Bose-Einstein Condensation (BEC), which is a natural extension of my
activity in Nuclear Many-Body Theory, has been under my scrutiny since 1998. At the time I was
visiting the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CFA) and the Institute for Theoretical
Atomic and Molecular Physics (ITAMP), housed at the CFA, and started discussing the
importance of Feshbach Resonances in the phenomenon of BEC with colleagues there. This
resulted in a proposal (appeared in Phys. Rev. Lett.), supported with calculation, in which the idea
of a hybrid atomic-molecular BEC was advanced for the first time. I am still working on hybrid
BEC's, be them atomic,-molecular or atom-atom (different species or at different states). Further,
during the last 5 years I have been investigating the high angular momentum states of rotating
BEC's. The BEC activity is being fully supported by FAPESP and also by the Brazilian Institute for
Quantum Information (BIQI), one of seventeen Millennium Institutes established in 2002 by the
Brazilian Federal Government. I was a Principal Investigator and Member of the Scientific
Counsel of the BIQI. The BIQI has been recently renewd under a new name: “National Institute
for Science and Technology: Institute of Quantum Information”. The NIST- IQI will last three years
starting in 2009.
I should mention that science policy making and administrative tasks, which I undertook during
the last 14 years, were of paramount importance to enhance my scientific vision and leadership:
The first task was acting as the Scientific Secretary of the US "Long Range Plan" in Nuclear
Science prepared by NSAC of the US NSF-Department of Energy in 1995 at MIT, and the
second, administrative, task was acting as the Head of the Nuclear Physics Department of the
Institute of Physics of the University of São Paulo during the four-year period, October 1995October-1999. During my tenure as Head of the Department, I helped shape a scientifically more
competitive Department, by redirecting the effort towards the area of Rare Isotope Physics. This
branch of nuclear science is currently of great priority in the USA and Japan. I am the coordinator
of a half-million $US project (RIBRAS), fully funded by FAPESP, aimed at equipping the
Department with a twin-solenoid system that will enable me and my experimental colleagues to
produce rare (neutron-rich) isotopes. The study of the reactions induced by these nuclei will shed
light on several important issues in astrophysics.
One comment that I would like to make concerns my publications over the past 19 years. I
published 16 Physical Review Letters, 9 in Physics Letters (8 in B and 1 in A), 81 in the Physical
Review [C (Nuclear Physics), A (Clod atomic gases), E (Quantum Chaos)], 8 in Annals of
Physics, 1 Advances in Nuclear Physics, 6 Physics Reports, 27 in Nuclear Physics A, 3 Physica
A&B, and 11 in other refereed journals, totalling 131 papers during the 19 year period 1990-2009.
With regards to international bilateral collaboration, I should mention that over the past ten years I
have been the Principal Investigator (Brazilian side) of two consecutive NSF (USA)/CNPq(Brazil)
collaborative programs involving USP here and the TUNL laboratory at Duke University (Principal
Investigator, US-side, Gary Mitchell, an experimental nuclear physicist). These two projects span
the period 1999-2003. Further, I was also the Principal Investigator of a DAAD
(Germany)/CAPES(Brazil) involving USP, The Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and the
Brazilian Aeronautical Institute, on the Brazilian side and the GSI-Darmstadt in Germany, during
the two -year period, 2000 and 2001. Finally I was also the Principal Investigator of a CAPES
(BRAZIL)/INEA(FRANCE) agreement involving USP and Orsay (France).
Finally, I mention that I have been very active in helping Iraqi scientists to get involved in
exchange.programs. I am doing this through my association, as a member of the Board of
Directors, with the Iraqi Society for Higher Education Abroad (www.iraqihighereducation.com).
Highlights of my work in Nuclear Physics
I have worked on a wide range of topics in nuclear theory. I will give below a description of my
major accomplishments in this field:
1. The usual scenario of a typical nuclear reaction involves the gradual, multistep, increase
in complexity through the excitation of configurations with two, three, etc. pairs of particlehole excitations. This picture was advanced by Weisskopf back in the early sixties, but
was never put through a direct experimental test till K. W. McVoy and I suggested that
the test should be done through an Ericson-type analysis, using a model we have
developed for this purpose; the Nested-Doorway Model (M.S.Hussein and K.W.McVoy,
Phys.Rev.Lett. 43 (1979) 1645). A strong collaboration with the experimental group at
Milan, lead by Laura Colli-Milazzo and Roberto Bonetti, lead to the confirmation of our
findings and thus supplied a backing to Weisskopf’s picture.
2. During the eighties I worked mainly in heavy-Ion reaction theory and collaborated closely
with experimentalists in São Paulo. In particular, I clarified the origin of the anomalous
large-angle scattering of systems such as 16O +28Si (anomalous in the sense that the
cross section, after dropping to small values at intermediate values of the angle, a
behaviour expected of strongly absorptive system, starts increasing as 180o is
approached) as being related to the alpha-cluster nature of these nuclei which allows
elastic transfer (L.F.Canto, R.Donangelo, M.S.Hussein and A.Lepine, Phys.Rev.Lett.51
(1983) 95). This was later verified in other alpha-cluster systems by my experimental
collaborator, Alinka Lepine.
3. I have always maintained interest in formal development in scattering and reaction
theories. Over the last twenty years, I have developed the formal complex potential
scattering theory which culminated in two publications in the Annals of Physics
(Ann.Phys.175(1987)197; ibid 177(1987)58 ). For this and other related works, I was
awarded in 1987 a J.S.Guggenheim Fellowship. Just three years earlier I published a
work with E.J.Moniz (M.S. Hussein and E.J.Moniz, Phys.Rev.C29 (1984) 2054) which
demonstrated the futility of putting into practical use an equivalent energy-independent
version of the otherwise physically motivated energy-dependent optical potential. This
lead the community to critically assess the wisdom of seeking such an energyindependent potential. Another important development in nuclear scattering theory was
accomplished in 1994, through the extension of the Doorway Expansion Method to
coupled channels treatment of heavy-ion reactions (A. Breitschaft, L.F.Canto,
H.Schechter, M.S.Hussein and E.J.Moniz, Ann.Phys. (NY) 234 (1994) 162).This
semianalytical method allows a better assessment of the convergence.
My work in scattering theory is rather extensive and I am in the process of finalizing the
writing of a text on the subject with L.F.Canto. The book, invited by the publisher, entitled
“SCATTERING THEORY OF ATOMS, MOLECULES AND NUCLEI”, is tentatively
scheduled to be delivered to the Editor of World Scientific Publishing Company in mid
2010.
4. Over the last 19 years, I have been heavily involved in research in the area of reactions
induced by neutron- and proton- rich nuclei. My major contribution in this area is the work
I did in 1991-1992 on the relevance of the low-lying dipole excitations of these exotic
nuclei on their fusion with other nuclei and the potential enhancement of the production
of superheavies (M.S.Hussein, Nucl.Phys.A531 (1991) 192). This work prompted an
extensive theoretical and experimental investigation by several groups. Other types of
reactions involving these nuclei were studied and experiments were proposed. In
particular the coupling of the different channels (elastic, inelastic, fusion, etc.) to the low
Q-value breakup channels is calculated and is found to be of paramount importance,
even at low energies.
I consider myself a world expert in this important and expanding field of research in
nuclear physics. The first book on the subject, co-authored with Carlos Bertulani and
Gottfreid Muenzenberg has appeared: “PHYSICS Of RADIOACTIVE NUCLEI”, C. A.
Bertulani, M. S. Hussein and G. Muenzenberg, NOVA SCIENCE PUBLISHERS (NY)
2001.
5. Recently, I have also been quite involved in assessing the degree of parity and isospin
violation in nuclei. My NSF/CNPq collaborative project allowed me and my colleagues in
São Paulo to maintain a strong interaction with the experimental group at TUNL led by
Gary Mitchell. We have developed a new scheme, within random matrix theory, to assess
partial breakdown of a given symmetry and successfully applied the idea to isospin
mixing in 26Al (studied extensively by Mitchell). The average Coulomb matrix element
responsible for isospin violation was extracted from the Mitchell data and was found to be
in agreement with values extracted from other data (width of isobaric analog
resonances). Our findings are summarized in: M.S.Hussein and M.P.Pato, Phys. Rev.
Lett.70 (1993)1089; ibid. 80 (1998) 1003; ibid. 84, 3783 (2000). We are currently
assessing the degree of mixing of the K quantum number in deformed compound nuclei.
The issue of parity violation in epithermal neutron scattering from 238U and 232Th was also
studied by us. The TRIPLE data was analyzed using a simple doorway picture. So far this
model, which explains the positive average (nonzero) value of the longitudinal asymmetry,
is the only one which survived. More work is needed. The results of this effort were
published in a review article in 2000: H.Feshbach, M.S.Hussein, A.K.Kerman and
O.K.Vorov, Advances in Nuclear Physics, 25 (2000) 207-273.
6. Since 1998, I have been involved in the development of a theory of excitation and decay
of multiphonon resonances (double, triple, etc. giant dipole resonances). My collaborators
and I incorporate in the usual treatment of the Coulomb excitation of these resonances in
heavy-ion reactions, the Brink-Axel mechanism (the excitation of collective states on top
of intrinsic complex configurations, which are reached in the intermediate stage(s) of two
or three step excitations through the damping of the single phonon resonance), which
renders the model close to microscopic models, with the advantage of being able to treat
cases such as triple phonon states, much too complicated to be treatable microscopically.
See, e.g., B.V.Carlson, M.S.Hussein, A.F.R.de Toledo Piza and L.F.Canto,
Phys.Rev.C60 (1999) 4604. This theory accounts for the experimental cross sections of
double giant resonances over a wide range of projectile masses. It can also explain the
observed large value of the direct decay of these resonances. The theory is unique in this
respect. Finally, this theory allows my collaborators and I to predict the cross sections of
triple resonances, a feat not shared by other realistic models.
7. One of my most important contributions has been in the area of building a leading center
of research in nuclear physics in my working place, the University of São Paulo. Though I
am a theorist, I have been a key player in equipping the Department of Nuclear Physics
at USP with a rare isotope facility coined by me “RIBRAS” (Rare Ion Beam in BRASsil).
This twin solenoid separator, which is coupled with the local Pelletron was installed in
2003 and is functioning normally. Through this endeavor, Brazil has become the only
country in the southern hemisphere to possess such an important facility and has joined
Europe, Japan and the USA in this type of basic research in nuclear science of great
importance in the study of the limit os stability of the elements as more neutrons and/or
protons are added. The field is extremely important in the quest to understand the
evolution of stars and the general field of nucleosynthesis. I was the Head of the Nuclear
Physics Department-USP during the period October 1995- October 1999, and during my
tenure I convened a group of international experts: Professor Rick Casten of Yale,
Professor James J. Kolata of the University of Notre Dame, Professor Antonio Villari of
GANIL-France, in the area of RIB ( Rare Ion Beams) who, together with many of the
Brazilian nuclear physicists ( both at USP and from institutions in Rio de Janeiro and
others in Brazil), had a two-day workshop to discuss the best option for Brazil to enter in
this important research area. A report was drafted, and a few months later, I used this
report as a background material to submit a proposal to FAPESP to acquire the twin
solenoid in 1998. The approval of the proposal by FAPESP was quite prompt, with the
three referees who were consulted, giving very positive reports. The funding started in
1999.
Of course I invited a group of trusted and very competent experimentalists to do the hard
work of actually using the US$ 500,000.00 given to us by FAPESP for RIBRAS, to buy
and install the equipment. The group, who is actually in charge of RIBRAS, is Professor
Alinka Lepine, Professor Rubens Lichtenthaler, and Professor Valdir Guimaraes, all of the
Nuclear Physics Department of USP. Two experimental PhD and 1 MSc theses have been
concluded in the area of RIB with RIBRAS since it´s commissioning in February 2004. Two
other PhD theses will be concluded in 2009. Over the last 5 years ( 2004 -2009), two
years passed with no primary beam, as the Pelletron was in maintenance. Thus I can fairly
say, that the RIBRAS, which I had the key role in planning and acquiring, produced 4 PhD
and 1 MSc theses over a period of only 3 years. Furthermore, one letter paper (in Physics
Letters B) and several other publications in refereed journals as well as contributions, as
invited talks in the proceedings of international conferences, have already been published.
I consider this a remarkable feat, considering the usual difficulties in this kind of research
activity, in our country.
I should mention that I have been the in-house theorist for the experimental group of
RIBRAS. I participated as an active co-author in all of the RIB publications produced so
far. The last one, which will appear in one of the future (May 2009) AIP conference
proceedings, contains a detailed description of the scientific activities, present and future,
at RIBRAS.
I consider this a very successful leap forward in basic nuclear research in Brazil. I should
mention that the commissioning of RIBRAS in February 2004, occurred during the Jorge
Andre Swieka Summer School in Experimental Nuclear Physics which was held in the
Pelletron Laboratory at the Nuclear Physics Department. The summer school had about
40 students, and besides attending formal lectures given by authorities in the field, such
as James J. Kolata, they had the assignment of participating in collecting the first data on
reactions induced by the exotic two-neutron halo 6He (a Borromean nucleus with none of
the three two-body subsystems bound), produced in the first inaugural run of RIBRAS. All
students participated in this work under the guidance of Alinka Lepine, and James Kolata.
It was indeed a thrilling experience both for the students and professors.
Our RIBRAS is much more modest in scope than bigger labs elsewhere, but it fills an important
gap that big laboratories leave out. The only other laboratory with similar characteristics as
RIBRAS, at Louvain La Neuve in Belgium has just been shut down owing to prioritization policy
by the European Science Foundation which oversees and supplies recommendations about
experimental nuclear facilities in Europe. The group in Belgium are encouraged to be a user
group to perform experiments in RIB physics at GANIL in Caen and the GSI in Darmstadt. Thus
we have, with RIBRAS, a unique facility in the world. The Twin- Solenoid facility at Notre Dame,
which is identical to RIBRAS (except for improved and higher intensity of 6He at the latter), uses
a pulsed beam, and thus they could produce other exotic light secondary beams besides 6He,
such as 6He and 8B (considered a one-proton halo). Currently there are attempts being
undertaken to have the primary beam in the Pelletron changed into a pulsed one to enhance the
capability of RIBRAS. I should mention here that in all plenary talks about RIB facilities in the
World, given at international nuclear conferences, a map is shown. Above the equator one sees
black points indicating where RIB facilities are operating or being built ( besides the RIBF, FAIR,
and MSU, there are smaller operating ones in India, China and Italy, and a large one in DubnaRussia). Below the equator, there is only one black point; in São Paulo!. This gives my
experimental collaborators and me personally a great measure of pride and satisfaction as
scientists.
Publications
1.
DE CARVALHO, J.X.; SARIKA JALAN; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Deformed Gaussian Orthogonal
Ensemble description of Small-World networks. Phys. Rev. E 79, 056222 (2009).
2.
BAUER, E.; GALEAO, A.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; KRMPOTIC, F.; PARKER, J.D.;
Nonmesonic weak decay spectra. Physics Letters B 674, 1036 (2009).
3.
HUSSEIN, M.S.; LI, W.; and S. Wuester, Canonical quantum potential scattering theory.
Journal of Physics. A, 475207 (2008).
4.
BAPTISTA, M.S.; DE CARVALHO, J.X.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Optimal network topologies for
information transmission in active networks. PlosONE e 3479 (2008).
5.
DE CARVALHO, J.X.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; LI, W.; Quantum reflection: The invisible
quantum barrier. Phys. Rev. A78, 032906 (2008).
6.
GALEAO, A.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; KRMPOTIC, F.;BARBERO, C.; Kinetic energy sum
spectra in nonmesonic weak decay of hypernuclei. Phys. Rev.C78 044312 (2008).
7.
ADHIKARI, S.K.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Semi-classical scattering in two dimensions. Am. J.
Phys. 76 (2008).
8.
BETULANI, C.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; VERDE, G.; Blurred femtoscopy in two-proton decay.
Phys. Lett. B666, 86 (2008).
9.
DE CARVALHO, J.X.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, P.M.; SARGEANT, A.J.; Perturbation
Treatment of Symmetry Breaking Within Random Matrix Theory. Phys. Lett. A 372 4898
(2008).
10. HUSSEIN, M.S.; LICHTENTHALER, R.; Exit Doorway Model for Nuclear Breakup of
Weakly Bound Projectiles. Phys. Rev. C 77, 054609 (2008).
11. CARDENAS, W.H.Z.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; CANTO, L.F.; LUBIAN, J.; Local approximation
for polarization potentials. Phys. Rev. C 77, 034609 (2008).
12. BENJAMIN, E.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Elastic scattering and total reaction cross section for
the 27Al + 6He system. Phys. Lett. B 647, 30 (2007).
13. SAMANA, A.R.; KRMPOTIC, F.; TARUTINA, T.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; KUO, T.T.S. 2007.
Pairing correlations in odd-mass Carbon isotopes and effect of Pauli principle in particlecore coupling in 13C and 11Be. Nuclear Physics A. Vol. 791, p. 36 (2007).
14. BETULANI, C.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Geometry of Borromean Halo Nuclei. Phys. Rev. C
76, 051602 (2007).
15. HUSSEIN, M.S.; CARVALHO, J.X.; PATO, M.P. and SARGEANT, A.J.; Spectral
observables for two- and three- fold symmetry breaking. Few-Body Syetems 38, 209
(2006).
16. HUSSEIN, M.S.; LICHTENTHALER, R.; NUNES, F.M.; THOMPSON, I.J.; Scaling and
interference in the dissociation of halo nuclei. Phys. Lett. B 640, 91 (2006).
17. CARDENAS, W.H.Z.; CANTO, L.F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Low-energy transfer cross section
for Borromean halo nuclei. Phys. Rev. C73, 047603 (2006).
18. HUSSEIN, M.S., CARVALHO, J.X., PATO, M.P. and SARGEANT, A.J.; Spectral
observables for two- and three- fold symmetry breaking. Few-Body Syetems 38, 209
(2006).
19. LIN, CHI-YONG; DE PASSOS, E.J.V.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; LEE, DA-SHIN;
HUSSEIN, M.S.; Bogoliubov theory for mutually coherent hybrid atomicmolecular
condensates: Quasiparticles and superchemistry. Physical Review A 73, 013615 (2006).
20. CANTO, L.F.; GOMES, P.R.S., DONANGELO, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Fusion and breakup
of weakly bound nuclei, Physics Reports. 424, 1-111 (2006)
21. CHAMON, L.C.; GOMES, P.R.S.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Breakup threshold anomaly: New
manifestation of the dispersion relation. Phys. Rev. C 73, 077610 (2006).
22. YAMASHITA, M.T.; FREDERICO, T.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; A doorway to Borromean halo
nuclei: the Samba configuration. Modern Physics Letters. A21, 1749 (2006)
23. CARLSON, B.V.; CANTO, L.F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Semiclassical Coulomb interaction.
Physical Review C 72, 041603 (2005).
24. BERTUOLA A.C.; DE CARVALHO J.X.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; SARGEANT, A.J.;
Level density for deformations of the Gaussian orthogonal ensemble. Physical Review E
71, 036117 (2005).
25. WILSON, A.N; SARGEANT, A.J.; DAVIDSON, P.M.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; How large is the
spreading width of a superdeformed band? Physical Review C 71, 034319 (2005).
26. GOMES, P.R.S.; RODRIGUEZ, M.D.; MARTI, C.V.; PADRON, I.; CHAMON, L.C.;
FERNANDEZ NIELLO, J.O.; CAPURRO, O.A.; PACHECO, A.J.; TESTONI, J.E.; ARAZI,
A.; RAMIREZ, M.; ANJOS, R.M.; LUBIAN, J.; VIEGA, R.; LIGUORI NETO, R.; CREMA,
R.; ADDED, N.; TENREIRO, C.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Effect of the breakup on the fusion and
elastic scattering of weakly bound projectiles on 64Zn. Physical Review C 71, 034608
(2005).
27. ALVAREZ, M.A.G.; ALAMANOS, N.; CHAMON, L.C.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Study of the
effects of Pauli blocking and Pauli non-locality on the optical potential. Nuclear Physics A
753, 83-93 (2005).
28. VOROV, O.K.; VAN ISACKER, P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; BARTSCHAT, K.; Nucleation and
growth of vortices in a rotating Bose-Einstein condensates. Physical Review Letters 95,
230406 (2005).
29. BERTUOLA, A.C.; DE CARVALHO, J.X.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; SARGEANT,
A.J.; Level Density for Deformation of the Gaussian Orthogonal Ensemble. Physical
Review E 71, 036117 (2005).
30. GOMES, P.R.S.; PADRON, I.; RODRIGUEZ, M.D. et al.; Fusion, reaction and break-up
cross sections of weakly bound projectiles on Zn-64. Physics Letters B 601, 20-26
(2004).
31. CARDENAS, W.H.Z.; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R. et al.; Schematic coupled-channel
calculations for nuclear reactions with unstable beams. Brazilian Journal of Physics 34,
1254-1264 (2004).
32. TARUTINA, T.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Interference effects in the Coulomb dissociation of
15,17,19
C. Physical Review C 70, 034603 (2004).
33. LIKHACHEV, V.P.; ARRUDA-NETO, J.D.T., DA CRUZ, M.T.F., et al.; Residual nucleus
excitation energy in (e, e'p): reaction. Brazilian Journal of Physics 34, 753-755 (2004).
34. BALDINI-NETO, E.; CARLSON, B.V.; REGO, R.A. et al.; p+6,8He elastic scattering at
intermediate energies. Brazilian Journal of Physics 34, 773-776 (2004).
35. CARLSON, B.V.; CANTO, L.F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Semiclassical coulomb excitation matrix
elements. Brazilian Journal of Physics 34, 859-861 (2004).
36. REBELLO, P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Nuclear fragmentation in protontherapy. Brazilian
Journal of Physics 34, 942-943 (2004).
37. UEDA, M.; SARGEANT, A.J.; PATO, M.P. et al.; Resonances and thermonuclear
reaction rates for charged particle collisions. Physical Review C 70, 025802 (2004).
38. ALVARES, M.A.G.; CHAMON, L.C.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; PEREIRA, D.; GASQUES, L.R.;
ROSSI, E.S.; SILVA, C.P.; A parameter-free optical potential for heavy-ion elastic
scattering process. Nuclear Physics A 723, 93-103 (2003).
39. TOMMASINI, P; PASSOS, E.J.V.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.;
TIMMERMANS, E.; Bogoliubov theory for mutually coherent condensates. Physical
Review A 67, 023606 (2003).
40. TARUTINA, T; CHAMON, L.C.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Coulomb excitation of 11Be reexamined.
Physical Review C 67, 044605 (2003).
41. LIN, C.Y.; DE PASSOS, E.J.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; LEE, D.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.;
Equilibrium properties of a coupled two-component Bose-Einstein condensate. Physica A
318, 423-434 (2003).
42. HUSSEIN, M.S.; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; Fusion and breakup of halo nuclei.
Nuclear. Physics A 722C, 321-327 (2003).
43. LIKHACHEV, V.P.; ARRUDA-NETO, J.D.T.; CARVALHO JR., W.R.; DEPPMAN, A.;
EVSEEV, I.G.; GARCIA, F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; MACEDO, L.F.R.; MARGARYAN, A.;
MESA, J.; NESTERENKO, V. O.; RODRIGUEZ, O.; PASHCHUK, S.A.; SCHELIN, H.R.;
VAUDELUCI, M.S.; Inclusive quasifree electrofission cross section for 238U. Physical
Review C 68, 014615 (2003).
44. BALDINI-NETO, E.; CARLSON, B.V.; REGO, R.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; p+4,6,8He elastic
scattering at intermediate energies. Nuclear Physics A 724, 345-353 (2003).
45. LICHTENTHÄLER, R; Lépine-SZILY, A; GUIMARÃES, V; LIMA, G.F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.;
Progress in RIBRAS radioactive ion beams in Brasil project. Nuclear Instruments and
Methods in Physics Research A: Accelerators, Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated
Equipment, v. 505, 612-615 (2003).
46. LIKHACHEV, V.P.; MESA, J.; ARRUDA-NETO, J.D.T.; CARLSON, B.V.; CARVALHO JR,
W.R.; CHAMON, L.C.; DEPPMAN, A; DIAS, H; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Quasi-free 238U (e,e'f)
cross section in macroscopic-microscopic approach. Nuclear Physics A, 713 24-44
(2003).
47. VOROV, O.K.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; VAN ISACKER, P.; Rotating ground states of trapped
atoms in a Bose-Einstein condensate with arbitray two-body interactions. Physical
Review Letters 90, 200402 (2003).
48. CARDENAS, W.H.Z; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R; HUSSEIN, M.S.; LUBIAN, J;
ROMANELLI, A.; Approximations in fusion and breakup reactions induced by radioactive
beams. Nuclear Physics A 703, 633-648 (2002).
49. SARGEANT, A.J; HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P; TAKIGAWA, N; UEDA, M.; Attenuation
of the intensity within a superdeformed band. Physical Review C 65, 024302 (2002).
50. HUSSEIN, M.S.; VOROV, O.K.; Bose-Einstein atoms in atomic traps with predominantly
attractive two-body interactions. Physical Review A 65, 053608 (2002).
51. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; WELLS, J.C.; Causal classical theory of radiation
damping. Modern Physics Letters A 17, 1635-1642 (2002).
52. HUSSEIN, M.S.; VOROV, O.K.; Condensed vortex ground states of rotating BoseEinstein condensate in harmonic atomic trap. Annals of Physics (New York) 298,
248-272 (2002).
53. HUSSEIN, M.S.; MALTA, C.P.; PATO, M.P.; TUFAILE, A.P.B.; Effect of symmetry
breaking on level curvature distributions. Physical Review E 65, 057203 (2002).
54. SARGEANT, A.J.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; UEDA, M.; Energy averages and
fluctuations in the decay out of superdeformed bands. Physical Review C 66, 06430
(2002).
55. UEDA, M; SARGEANT, A.J.; PATO, M.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Evaluation of effective
astrophysical S factor for non-resonant reactions. Progress of Theoretical Physics
Supplement, Kyoto, v. 146, p. 634-635 (2002).
56. HUSSEIN, M.S.; CARLSON, B.V.; CANTO, L.F.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; Excitation of
triple giant resonances in heavy-ion reactions. Physical Review C 66, 034615 (2002).
57. LEISTENSCHNEIDER, A; AUMANN, T; BORETZKY, K; CANTO, L.F.; CARLSON, B.V.;
CORTINA, D; PRAMANIK, U.D.; ELZE, T.W.; EMLING, H; GEISSEL, H.;
GRUNSCHLOSS, A; HELARIUTTA, K; HELLSTROM, M; HUSSEIN, M.S.; ILIEVSKI, S.;
JONES, K.L.; KRATZ, J.V.; KULESSA, R.; KHIEM, L.H.; LUBKIEWICZ, E.;
MUNZENBERG, G.; PALIT, R.; REITER, P.; SCHEIDENBERGER, C.; SCHMIDT, K.H.;
SIMON, H.; SUMMERER, K.; WAJDA, E.; WALUS, W.; Fragmentation of unstable
neutron-rich oxygen beams. Physical Review C 65, 064607 (2002).
58. HUSSEIN, M.S.; VOROV, O.K.; Generalized yrast states of a Bose-Einstein condensate
in a harmonic trap for a universality class of interactions. Physical Review A 65, 035603
(2002).
59. HUSSEIN, M.S.; VOROV, O.K.; Ground states of a system of interacting particles in a
parabolic trap. Physica B 312, 550-551 (2002).
60. DE PASSOS, E.J.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; CANTO, L.F.; CARLSON, B.V.; Mean energy,
strength, and width of triple giant dipole resonances. Physical Review C 65, 034326
(2002).
61. ROOS, M.O.; DIAS, H.; RODRIGUEZ, O.; TERUYA, N.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Preequilibrium
escape widths of giant resonances. Physical Review C 66, 024611 (2002).
62. LIKHACHEV, V.P.; MESA, J.; ARRUDA-NETO, J.D.T.; CARLSON, B.V.; DEPPMAN, A;
HUSSEIN, M.S.; NESTERENKO, V.O.; GARCIA, F.; RODRIGUEZ, O.; Quasifree
electrofission of 238U. Physical Review C 65, 044611 (2002).
63. CHAMON, L.C.; CARLSON, B.V.; GASQUES, L.R.; PEREIRA, D.; DE CONTI, C.;
ALVAREZ, M.A.G.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; RIBEIRO, M.A.C.; ROSSI, E.S; SILVA, C.P.;
Toward a global description of the nucleus-nucleus interaction. Physical Review C 66,
014610 (2002).
64. DE PAULA, D.T.; AUMANN, T.; CANTO, L.F.; CARLSON, B.V.; EMLING, H.; HUSSEIN,
M.S.; Anharmonicities of giant dipole excitations. Physical Review C 64, 064605 (2001).
65. HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; VOROV, O.K.; KERMAN, A.K.; Estimate of
the anapole moment of an exotic nucleus. Nuclear Physics A 686, 163-172 (2001).
66. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Theory of complex scattering lengths. Modern Physics Letters B 15,
105-109 (2001).
67. CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Transverse isotropy in identical
particle scattering. Modern Physics Letters A 16, 1027-1034 (2001).
68. HUSSEIN, M.S.; UEDA, M; SARGEANT, A.J.; PATO, M.P.; Effective astrophysical Sfactor for non-resonant reaction. Physical Review C 61, 45801 (2000).
69. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; Fractal Structure of Random Matrices. Physica A 285, 383
(2000).
70. HUSSEIN, M.S.; FESHBACH, H; KERMAN, A.K.; VOROV, O.K.; Fundamental symmetry
violation in nuclei. Advances in Nuclear Physics 25 207 (2000).
71. HUSSEIN, M.S.; KHARCHENKO, V; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; Long-Range
Excitation of Collective Modes in Mesoscopic Metal Clusters. Annals of Physcis 284,
167-177 (2000).
72. HUSSEIN, M. S.; PATO, M P.; Matrix elements of Random Operators and Discrete
Symmetry Breaking in Nuclei. Physical Review Letters 84, 3783 (2000).
73. HUSSEIN, M.S.; SARGEANT, A.J.; PATO, M.P.; UEDA, M.; Saturation of the width of
the strength function. Physical Review C 61, 11302 (2000).
74. HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; VOROV, O.K.; SU(2,1) Model of Multiple
Giant Dipole Resonance Coulomb Excitation. Annals of Physcis 284, 178-194 (2000).
75. HUSSEIN, M.S.; DELFINO, A.; FREDERICO, T.; TOMIO, L.; Virtual states of light nonBorromean halo nuclei. Physical Review C 61, 51301 (2000).
76. CARLSON, B.V.; CANTO, L.F.; CRUZBARRIOS, S.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO
PIZA, A.F.R.; Coulomb excitation of a damped oscillator and the brink-Axel mechanism.
Physical Review C 59, 2689-2694 (1999).
77. HUSSEIN, M.S.; BARBOSA, C.I.; LIMA, C.L.; PATO, M.P.; Deformed Gaussian
Orthogonal Ensemble and the Statistical Fluctuations in the Spectra of the Quartic
Oscillator. Physical Review E 59, 321-329 (1999).
78. CANTO, L.F.; CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; Effective
widths and effective number of phonons of multiphonon giant resonances. Physical
Review C 60, 64624 (1999).
79. HUSSEIN, M.S.; LÉPINE-SZILY, A.; LICHTENTHÄLER, R.; CSEH, J.; LÉVAI, G.; Elastic
transfer: A nondispersive component in the optical potential, and its effect on the
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C+24Mg elastic scattering. Physical Review Letters 82, 3972-3975 (1999).
80. HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; VOROV, O.; KERMAN, A.K.; Enhancement
of parity violating mixing in halo nuclei and the problem of neutron weak parity
nonconserving potential constant. Physical Review C 60, 64615 (1999).
81. HUSSEIN, M.S.; TIMMERMANS, E.; TOMMASINI, P.; KERMAN, A.K.; Feshbach
resonances in atomic Bose-Einstein condensates. Physics Reports 315, 199-230 (1999).
82. UEDA, M.; PATO, M.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; TAKIGAWA, N.; Glory In The Shadow of The
Rainbow. Nuclear Physics A 648, 229-259 (1999).
83. DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; CARLSON, B.V.; BERTULANI, C.A.;
CANTO, L.F.; CRUZ-BARRIOS, S.; Isospin structure of one-and two-phonon giant dipole
resonance excitations. Physical Review C 59, 3093-3098 (1999).
84. CARLSON, B.V.; CANTO, L.F.; CRUZ-BARRIOS, S.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO
PIZA, A.F.R.; Multiphonon and 'hot'-phonon isovector electric-dipole excitations. Annals
of Physics (New York) 276, 111 (1999).
85. HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; VOROV, O.; Nonlinear Enhancement of the
Multiphonon Coulomb Excitation in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collision. Physical Review C
59, 1242-1246 (1999).
86. LICHTENTHÄLER, R.; LÉPINE-SZILY, A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Nuclear transparency and
the onset of strong absorption regime in the
41601 (1999).
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C+24Mg system. Physical Review C 60,
87. HUSSEIN, M.S.; et al.; Open problems in quantum-mechanical approaches to multistep
direct nuclear reactions. Acta Physica Slovaca 49, 365-379 (1999).
88. HUSSEIN, M.S.; GARCIA, F.; RODRIGUEZ, O.; GUZMAN, F.; DIAS, H.; ARRUDA
NETO, J.D.T.; KERMAN, A.K.; Particle-hole level densities in deformed nuclei. Physical
Review C 60, 64311 (1999).
89. HUSSEIN, M.S.; TIMMERMANS, E.; TOMMASINI, P.; CÔTÉ, R.; KERMAN, A.K.;
Rarified liquid propeties of hybrid atomic-molecular Bose-Einstein condensates. Physical
Review Letters 83, 2691-2694 (1999).
90. CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; CANTO, L.F.; Theory fo
multiple giant dipole resonance excitation. Physical Review C 60, 14604 (1999).
91. CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Time scales of multiple giant dipole resonance
excitation and decay. Physical Review C 59, 2343-2346 (1999).
92. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; Broken time reversal symmetry modifies the critical
behavior In disordered quantum systems. Physical Review Letters 80, 1003-1006 (1998).
93. CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; Decay Theory of Double
Giant Resonances. Physics Letters B 431, 249-253 (1998).
94. UEDA, M.; PATO, M.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; TAKIGAWA, N.; Forward Glory Phenomenon in
the Dark-Side of Heavy-Ion Nuclear Rainbow Scattering. Physical Review Letters 81,
1809-1812 (1998).
95. GALETTI, D.; MIZRAHI, S.S.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; PEREIRA, D.; CHAMON, L.C.; RIBEIRO,
M.A.C.; Nonlocal Effects In The 8Be Break-up. Physical Review C 58, 1627-1633 (1998).
96. CHAMON, L.C.; PEREIRA, D.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Parameter Free Account of Quasielastic
Scattering of Stable and Radioactive Nuclei. Physical Review C 58, 576-578 (1998).
97. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; Reply to Comment on "Critical Behavior in Disordered
Quantum Systems Modified by Broken Time-Reversal Symmetry". Physical Review
Letters 81, 3049-3049 (1998).
98. PATO, M P; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Semiclassical Treatment of Electron Molecule Scattering
Within the Vibron Model. Physical Review A 57, 976-983 (1998).
99. CENEVIVA, N.; TERUYA, N.; DIAS, H.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Statistical Calculations of the
Damping Width of Giant Resonances. Physical Review C 57, 3220-3224 (1998).
100. CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; DE MATOS, L.M.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; LOTTI, P.; Theory
of Complete and Incomplete Fusion in Heavy Ions Collisions. Physical Review C 58,
1107-1117 (1998).
101. PAES, A.C.J.; SERBETO, A.; ALVES, M.V.; GALVÃO, R.M.O.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; A
Particle in Cell Simulation of Nonlinear Amplification of Inverse Bremsstrahlung Electron
Acceleration. Journal of Physics D 30, 1759-1762 (1997).
102. CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; LOTTI, P.; Complete and Incomplete
Fusion of Two-Cluster Nuclei. Journal of Physics G 23, 1465-1471 (1997).
103. PAES, A.C.J.; SERBETO, A.; ALVES, M.V.; GALVÃO, R.M.O.; HUSSEIN, M.S.;
Computer simulation on nonlinear amplification of inverse Bremsstrahlung Electron
Acceleration. Journal of Plasma Physics 57, 697-707 (1997).
104. CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; ROMANELLI, A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA,
A.F.R.; Elastic break-up of the Deuteron revisited: A typical case of post acceleration in
exotic nuclei fragmentation. Physical Review C 55, 570-572 (1997).
105. HUSSEIN, M.S.; LICHTENTHÄLER, R.; PATO, M.P.; BERTULANI, C.A.; Gravity Effects
on Nuclear Reactions at Low Energies. Brazilian Journal of Physics. 27, 464-467 (1997).
106. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P; KHARCHENKO, V.; Inverse Dynamics in the Classical
Fermi Accelerator. Brazilian Journal of Physics 27, 492-498 (1997).
107. CHAMON, L.C.; PEREIRA, D.; HUSSEIN, M.S; RIBEIRO, M.A.C.; GALETTI, D.; Nonlocal
Description of the Nucleus-Nucleus Interaction. Physical Review Letters 79, 5218-5221
(1997).
108. RIBEIRO, M.A.C.; CHAMON, L.C.; PEREIRA, D.; HUSSEIN, M.S;GALETTI, D.; Pauli
Nonlocality in Heavy-Ion Rainbow Scattering: A Further Test of the Folding Model.
Physical Review Letters 78, 3270-3273 (1997).
109. CENEVIVA, C.A.P.; TERUYA, N.; DIAS, H.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Preequilibrium Proton
Decay in 40Ca. Physical Review C 55, 1246-1249 (1997).
110. BALANTEKIN, A.R.; BERTULANI, C.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Small Effects In Astrophysical
Fusion Reactions. Nuclear Physics A 627, 324-333 (1997).
111. CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Spin Polarization and Rotation of Polarized
Epithermal Neutrons Scattered of Heavy Nuclei. Physical Review C 56, 292-295 (1997).
112. HUSSEIN, M.S; PATO, M.P.; Uniform Expansion of the Thermonuclear Reaction Rate
Formula. Brazilian Journal of Physics, Brasil 27, 364 (1997).
113. HUSSEIN, M.S; LIN, C.Y.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; Dipole States in the Deuteron,
Other Exotic Nuclei, and "Schrödinger'S Cat". Zeitschrift Fuer Physik 355, 165-168
(1996).
114. HUSSEIN, M.S; KHARCHENKO, V.; Quantized Fermi Accelerator: A Soluble Model for
Quantum Friction. Annals of Nuclear Energy 250, 352-366 (1996).
115. BRANDAN, M.E.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; MCVOY, K.W.; SATCHLER, G.R.; Supernumerary
Rainbows in Nuclear Scattering. Comments on Nuclear and Particle Physics 77, 22
(1996).
116. BERTULANI, C.A; CANTO, L.F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; Theory Of
Multiphonon Excitation In Heavy Ion reactions. Physical Review C 53, 334-346 (1996).
117. BERTULANI, C.A.; CANTO, L.F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; A Coupled Channels Study of 11Be
Coulomb Excitation. Physics Letters B 353, 413-416 (1995).
118. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; Analytical treatment of heavy-ion elastic scattering at
intermediate energies. Physical Review C 51, 2681-2685 (1995).
119. BREITSCHAFT, A.M.S.; CANTO, L.F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; MONIZ, E.J.; CHRISLTEY, J.;
THOMPSON, I.J.; Coupled Channels Effects on Heavy-Ion Sub-Barrier Fusion Within the
Doorway Expansion Method. Annals of Physics (New York) 243, 420-429 (1995).
120. CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; LOTTI, P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Dipole Polarizability of
Neutron-Rich Nuclei. Nuclear Physics A 589, 117-128 (1995).
121. CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; LOTTI, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Effect of Coulomb Dipole
Polarizability of Halo Nuclei on their Near-Barrier Fusion With Heavy Target. Physical
Review C 52, 2848-2850 (1995).
122. HUSSEIN, M.S.; KERMAN, A.K.; LIN, C.Y.; Fine Structure Discussion of ParityNonconserving Neutron-Scattering at Epithermal Energies. Zeitschrift Fuer Physik 351,
301-303 (1995).
123. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Fusion of Halo Nuclei. Nuclear Physics A 588, 85-89 (1995).
124. HUSSEIN, M.S.; CHADWICK M.B. et al; Multistep scattering in the 160MeV
208
Pb(α,α)
reaction. Heavy Ion. Physics 2, 347-353 (1995).
125. CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; KERMAN, A.K.; LIN, C.Y.; Optical-Model Analysis of
Parity-Nonconserving Neutron-Scattering at Epithermal Energies. Physical Review C 52,
11-14 (1995).
126. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; The Influence of Resonant
Channels on Sub-Barrier Heavy-Ion Fusion. Physical Review C 51, 846-856 (1995).
127. PATO, M.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Time Delay in Semiclassical Scattering Theory. Modern
Physics Letters A 33, 2509-2517 (1995).
128. FESHBACH, H.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; KERMAN, A.K.; Time Reversal Symmetry Breaking
Effects in Resonant Nuclear Reactions. Zeitschrift Fuer Physik 351, 133-136 (1995).
129. PATO, M.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; An Alternative Classical Representation of the PhaseShifts and Inverse Scattering Problem. Physics Letters A 194, 97-100 (1994).
130. SATCHLER, G.R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Comment on Evidence for a Nuclear Halo from 11Li
Elastic Scattering Measured at 637 MeV Incident Energy on a
Review C 49, 3350-3351 (1994).
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C Target. Physical
131. PATO, M.P.; NUNES, C.; LIMA, C.L.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; ALHASSID, I.; Deformed
Gaussian Orthogonal Ensemble Analysis of the Interacting Boson Model. Physical
Review C 49, 2919-2923 (1994).
132. BREITSCHAFT, A.M.S.; CANTO, L.F.; SCHECHTER, H.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; MONIZ, E.J.;
Doorway state expansion approach to choupled channels problems and application to
heavy ions. Annals of Physics (New York) 162, 162-182 (1994).
133. SATCHLER, G.R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Evidence for a nuclear halo from
scattering measured at 637 MeV incident energy on a
Review C 49, 2250-3351 (1994).
11
Li elastic
C target comment. Physical
12
134. HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; Giant Resonance Effects on Heavy-Ion
Fusion. Physical Review Letters 72, 2693-2696 (1994).
135. HUSSEIN, M.S.; SATCHLER, G.R.; Halos and Rainbows. Nuclear Physics A 567,
165-182 (1994).
136. CANTO, L.F.; ROMANELLI, A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; DE TOLEDO PIZA, A.F.R.; Heavy-Ion
Excitation of One and-Two Phonon Giant Dipole States as an Exit Doorway
Phenomenon. Physical Review Letters 72, 2147-2150 (1994).
137. REGO, R.A.; FREDERICO, T.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Semiclassical analysis of the elasticscattering of protons from 6Li and 11Li. Modern Physics Letters A 9, 375-379 (1994).
138. GALVÃO, R.M.O.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; SERBETO, A.; Space-Charge Effects
on Nonlinear Amplification of Inverse Bremsstrahlung Electron Acceleration. Physical
Review E 49, 4807-4810 (1994).
139. HUSSEIN, M.S.; REGO, R.A.; WKB analysis of proton scattering from halo nuclei.
Modern Physics Letters A 49, 375-379 (1994).
140. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; Deformed Gaussian orthogonal ensemble description of
isospin mixing and spectral fluctuation properties. Physical Review C 47, 2401-2403
(1993).
141. ALEIXO, A.N.F.; BERTULANI, C.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Heavy-ion excitation of giant
resonances: A bridge from the elastic scattering to the inelastic data. Modern Physics
Letters A 8, 997 (1993).
142. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P. KERMAN, A.K.; Inverse free electron laser acceleration.
Nuclear Instruments And Methods In Physics Research A 328, 342-343 (1993).
143. CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Perturbative treatment of parity nonconservation in
neutron-nucleus scattering within the optical model. Physical Review C 47, 376-386
(1993).
144. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; The NAIBEA accelerator: An improved inverse free
electron laser. International Journal of Modern Physics A 8, 3235-3262 (1993).
145. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; The real part of the
polarization potential for 11Li induced fusion reactions. Physical Review C 47, 2398-2400
(1993).
146. BERTULANI, C.A.; CANTO, L.F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; The structure and reactions of
neutron-rich nuclei. Physics Reports-Review Section of Physics Letters 226, 281-376
(1993).
147. FREDERICO, T.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; The structure of
11
Li: A Rydberg nucleus?. Modern
Physics Letters A 8, 295-299 (1993).
148. BERTULANI, C.A.; CANTO, L.F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Closed form theory of elastic break-up
and applications to astrophysically relevant heavy-ion reactions. Physical Review C 45,
2995-2999 (1992).
149. ADDED, N.; ANJOS, R.M.; CARLIN, N.; FANTE JR, L.; FIGUEIRA, M.C.S.; MATHEUS,
R.; SZANTO, E.M.; SZANTO DE TOLEDO, A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; BERTULANI, C.A.;
CANTO, L.F.; Direct versus statistical break-up processes in the 16,18O+27Al, 28Si reactions
at E\A less-than-or-equal-to 4 MeV. Nuclear Physics A 540, 238-340 (1992).
150. CARLSON, B.V.; MASTROLEO, R.C.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Fragment Production in HeavyIon Reactions. Physical Review C 46, R30-R33, (1992).
151. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; Near-barrier fusion of 11Li
with heavy spherical and deformed targets. Physical Review C 46, 2403-2408 (1992).
152. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; Nonlinear amplification of inverse bremsstrahlung electron
acceleration. Physical Review Letters 68, 1136-1139 (1992).
153. HUSSEIN, M.S.; ALEIXO, A.N.; BERTULANI, C.A.; Nucleon-nucleon correlation effects
in the elastic scattering of alpha-particles from 11Li at 26 MeV/nucleon. Physical Review C
45, 2403-2408 (1992).
154. FIGUEIRA, M.C.S.; SZANTO, E.M.; SZANTO DE TOLEDO, A.; PATO, M.P.; HUSSEIN,
M.S.; CANTO, L.F.; Role of the break-up process in the hindrance of light-heavy ion
fusion reactions. Physical Review C 46, 1139-1142 (1992).
155. CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; The nuclear two-neutron
removal cross-section of 11Li: A dynamic polarization potential approach. Nuclear Physics
A 542, 131-140 (1992).
156. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; The super collider revisited. Modern Physics Letters B 12,
747 (1992).
157. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; KERMAN, A.K.; Theory of free wave acceleration.
Physical Review A 46, 3562-3565 (1992).
158. HUSSEIN, M.S.; A viable route to the production of superheavy elements: Low energy
fusion of very neutron-rich nuclei. Nuclear Physics A 531, 192-204 (1991).
159. FREDERICO, T.; CARLSON, B.V.; MASTROLEO, R.C.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Ambiguity in
the three-body description of inclusive break-up reactions. Journal of Physics G 17,
1139-1142 (1991).
160. HUSSEIN, M.S.; LIMA, C.L.; PATO, M.P.; BERTULANI, C.A.; Color van der waals force
acting in heavy-ion scattering at low energies. Physical Review Letters 65, 839-842
(1991).
161. BERTULANI, C.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Direct projectile break-up and its relation to the
astrophysically relevant fusion reactions. Nuclear Physics A 524, 306-320 (1991).
162. SZANTO DE TOLEDO, A.; FANTE JR, L.; ANJOS, R.M.; ADDED, N.; COIMBRA, M.M.;
FIGUEIRA, M.C.B.; CARLIN, N.; SZANTO, E.M.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; CARLSON, B.V.;
Dissipative processes in light-heavy ion induced reactions and their time scales. Physical
Review C 42, R815-R818 (1991).
163. CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Eikonal form of the dynamic
polarization potential and its applications to the scattering of exotic nuclei. Nuclear
Physics A 529, 243-252 (1991).
164. ALEIXO, A.N.; BERTULANI, C.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Elastic scattering of protons from 11Li
and the neutron halo. Physical Review C 43, 2722-2727 (1991).
165. SATCHLER, G.R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; MCVOY, K.M.; Exploratory studies of the elastic
scattering of 11Li+12C. Nuclear Physics A 522, 621-634 (1991).
166. TERUYA, N.; BERTULANI, C.A.; KREWALD, S.; DIAS, H.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Hybrid
Random-phase-approximation cluster model for the dipole strength function of
Physical Review C 43, R2049-R2051 (1991).
167. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; BERTULANI, C.A.; Low-energy behaviour of
11
Li.
11
Li
dissociation cross-section. Physical Review C 44, 2219-2221 (1991).
168. HUSSEIN, M.S.; REGO, R.A.; ABERTULANI, C.A.; Microscopic theory of the total
reaction cross-section and application to stable and exotic nuclei. Physics ReportsReview Section of Physics Letters 201, 279-334 (1991).
169. LI, B.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; BAUER, W.; Pion production with radioactive nuclei. Nuclear
Physics A 533, 749-760 (1991).
170. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Role of the pygmy resonance in the synthesis of heavy elements with
radioactive beams. Physical Review C 44, 446-449 (1991).
171. HUSSEIN, M.S.; SPEHLER, D.; MARQUES, G.C.; Symmetrical representation of the
transition matrix II: Relativistic extentions. Annals of Physics (New York)(New York) 207,
343-373 (1991).
172. BONETTI, R.; CARLSON, B.V.; CHADWICK, M.; HOGDSON, P.E.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; The
Feshbach-Kerman-Koonin multistep compound reaction theory. Physics Reports-Review
Section of Physics Letters 202, 171-231 (1991).
173. BERTULANI, C.A.; BAUR, G.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Two neutron removal cross-sections of
11
Li projectiles. Nuclear Physics A 526, 751-761 (1991).
174. BERTULANI, C.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Direct versus sequential fragmentation of neutronrich nuclei. Physical Review Letters 64, 1099-1102 (1990).
175. CARLSON, B.V.; FREDERICO, T.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; ESBENSEN, H.; LANDOWNE, S.;
Dispersion relation for effective interations. Physical Review C 41, 933-936 (1990).
176. HUSSEIN, M.S.; FREDERICO, T.; MASTROLEDO, R.; Faddeev and DWBA Theories of
inclusive break-up reactions. Nuclear Physics A 511, 269-278 (1990).
177. FREDERICO, T.; CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; TOMIO, L.; Inclusive annihilation of
antiprotons on deuterion. Physical Review C 42, 138-141 (1990).
178. PATO, M.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; SAM revisited: Absorptive uniform semiclassical
approximation and application to heavy-ion elastic scattering. Physics Reports-Review
Section of Physics Letters 189, 127-164 (1990).
179. REGO, R.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; A new closed form expression for the total reaction crosssection of heavy-ions. Modern Physics Letters A 4, 995-999 (1989).
180. DIAS, H.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; OLIVEIRA, N.A.; WILDENTHAL, B.H.; Chaotic behavior of the
nuclear shell-model Hamiltonian. Journal of Physics G 15, 179-184 (1989).
181. HUSSEIN, M.S.; MASTROLEO, R.C.; Glauber calculation of heavy-ion and light-ion
inclusive break-up cross-sections. Nuclear Physics A 491, 468-476 (1989).
182. FREDERICO, R.; CARLSON, B.V.; REGO, R.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Quark structure of the
nucleon and quantum hadrodynamics. Journal of Physics G 5, 297-302 (1989).
183. DIAS, H.; ARRUDA NETO, J.T.D.; CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Statistical
calculation of fission decay probabilities of nuclear giant multipole resonances. Physical
Review C 39, 564-567 (1989).
184. FRANZIN, V.L.M.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Dispersion relation approach to sub-barrier heavy-ion
fusion reactions. Physical Review C 38, 2167-2172 (1988).
185. FREDERICO, R.; ADHIKARI, S.K.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Estimate of the triton asymptotic-D
to asymptotic-S ratio. Physical Review C 37, 364-369 (1988).
186. ALEIXO, A.N.; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; CARRILHO, P.; DE PAULA, L.S.;
HUSSEIN, M.S.; Multiple alpha-transfer and dynamic Regge-Poles in anomalous largeangle scattering. Physical Review C 37, 1062-1066 (1988).
187. PATO, M.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Refraction-diffraction interference in heavy-ion elastic
angular distributions. Physics Letters B 207, 121-124 (1988).
188. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; IACHELLO, F.; Semiclassical analysis of the SO(3,1) Smatrix. Physical Review C 38, 1072-1075 (1988).
189. ADHIKARI, S.K.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Sum rule approach to the study of statistical decay
properties of nuclear giant resonances. Physical Review C 37, 2332-2333 (1988).
190. ALMEIDA, F.A.; CHEN, T.Y.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; DONANGELO, R.; The limiting excitationenergy of the nucleus and Levinson Theorem. Journal of Physics G 14, L61-L65 (1988).
191. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; Uniform semiclassical approximation for absorptive
scattering systems. Modern Physics Letters A 3, 469-476 (1988).
192. HUSSEIN, M.S.; ALEIXO, A.N.; CANTO, L.F.; CARRILHO, P.; DONANGELO, R.;
Dynamic alpha-transfer polarization potentials and the large-angle scattering of 16O+28Si.
Journal of Physics G 13, 967-974 (1987).
193. HUSSEIN, M.S.; WRESZINSKI, W.F.; On the second order virial coefficient and the
relationships between quantum and classical statistics and scattering. Physics Letters A
125, 184-187 (1987).
194. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Statistical multistep direct reaction theories and the unitarity defect of
the optical S-matrix: angle self averaging. Arab Journal of Physics 8, 7 (1987).
195. HUSSEIN, M.S.; The unitarity defect of the S-matrix and the underlying absorptive
potential II: The case of energy-dependent optical potentials. Annals of Physics (New
York) 77, 58-62 (1987).
196. HUSSEIN, M.S.; The unitarity defect of the S-matrix and the underlying absorptive
potential. Annals of Physics (New York) 175, 197-209 (1987).
197. BONETTI, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Calculation of elastic and inelastic p+ 12C scattering at
Ep=46.8 MeV with the RIA optical potential. Journal of Physics G 12, L19 (1986).
198. DIAS, H.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; ADHIKARI, S.K.; Decay properties of giant multipole
resonances - collective doorways and statistical doorways. Physical Review Letters 57,
1998-2001 (1986).
199. DIAS, H.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; CARLSON, B.V.; MERCHANT, A.C.; Direct and statistical
gamma decay of the giant quadrupole resonance of
355-358 (1986).
208
Pb. Physics Letters B 173,
200. REGO, R.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Double NN scattering effects in the ion-ion interaction at
intermediate energies. Physical Review C 33, 2003 (1986).
201. HUSSEIN, M.S.; FARRELLY-PESSOA, E.; SCHELIN, H.R.; DOUGLAS, R.A.; Isospin
mixing in compound nuclear reactions: A study in the
MeV. Nuclear Physics A 458, 397-411 (1986).
11
B(p,n)11C system at Ep=14.3
202. CARLSON, B.V.; CIVITARESE, O.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; SZANTO DE TOLEDO, A.;
Multistep compound model of heavy ion fusion. Annals of Physics (New York) 169,
167-190 (1986).
203. BONETTI, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Statistical doorway role of the dinucleus in heavy ion
deep inelastic reactions. Physical Review Letters 57, 194-197 (1986).
204. HUSSEIN, M.S.; MARQUES, G.C.; Symmetrical representation of the transition matrix I:
Formal development. Annals of Physics (New York) 172, 191-212 (1986).
205. HUSSEIN, M.S.; The compound nucleus fluctuation cross-section in the intermediate
coupling regime C/D=1. Physical Review C 32, 14 (1986).
206. GUIDRY, M.W.; DONANGELO, R.; RASMUSSEN, J.O.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Zero point
fluctuations and the diffuseness of the - nuclear surface. Physical Review C 36, 609-611
(1986).
207. ALMEIDA, F.I.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Deformation effects in the heavy-ion quarter-point
angle. Physical Review C 31, 2120 (1985).
208. HUSSEIN, M.S.; MCVOY, K.W.; Inclusive projectile fragmentation in the spectator model.
Nuclear Physics A, v. 445, p. 124.1985.
209. CARLSON, B.V.; ISIDRO FILHO, M.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Near/far decomposition of the
proton-nucleus and anti-proton-nucleus elastic scattering angular distribution. Physics
Letters B 154, 89 (1985).
210. HUSSEIN, M.S.; BALTZ, A.J.; CARLSON, B.V.; Polarization potentials in heavy-ion
scattering. Physics Reports-Review Section of Physics Letters 113, 133 (1985).
211. HUSSEIN, M.S.; CARLSON, B.V.; CIVITARESE, O.; SZANTO DE TOLEDO, A.; The
dinucleus: a doorway to heavy ion fusion. Physical Review Letters 54, 2659 (1985).
212. CARLSON, B.V.; ISIDRO FILHO, M.P.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; The reactive content of the
proton-nucleus impulse approximation Dirac optical potential. Physical Review Letters
53, 2222 (1984).
213. BONETTI, R.; CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; SZANTO DE TOLEDO, A.; The
Average angular distribution of emitted particles in multistep compound processes.
Physics Letters B 138, 357-360 (1984).
214. HUSSEIN, M.S.; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; Channel non-orthogonality effects on
the heavy-ion transfer polarization potential. Physics Letters B 139, 19-21 (1984).
215. CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Effects of static deformation on the
heavy-ion forward glory scattering. Physical Review C 31, 910 (1984).
216. HUSSEIN, M.S.; MONIZ, E.J.; Energy independent optical potentials: construction and
limitations. Physical Review C 29, 2054 (1984).
217. HUSSEIN, M.S.; LÉPINE-SZILY, A.; SAAD, M.M.; VILLARI, A.C.C.; Forward glory effects
in the scattering of 12C+12C. Physical Review Letters 52, 511 (1984).
218. HUSSEIN, M.S.; General characteristics of the forward glory energy oscillations in heavyion scattering. Physics Letters B 127, 165 (1984).
219. HUSSEIN, M.S.; BALTZ, A.J.; Giant resonance effects on sub-barrier heavy-ion elastic
scattering. Physics Letters B 132, 274 (1984).
220. HUSSEIN, M.S.; MCVOY, K.W.; Heavy-ions optics. Progress in Particle And Nuclear
Physics, v. 12, p. 103.1984.
221. CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; LÉPINE-SZILY, A.; Multistep-transfer
description of anomalous heavy-ion elastic scattering. Physical Review Letters 51, 95
(1984).
222. HUSSEIN, M.S.; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; Probing the interior region of the
heavy-ion interaction through ALAS. Physical Review C 29, 2383 (1984).
223. HUSSEIN, M.S.; FRANZIN, V.L.M.; FRANZIN, R.; BALTZ, A.J.; Small effects in subbarrier heavy-ion elastic scattering. Physical Review C 30, 184 (1984).
224. HUSSEIN, M.S.; SALVADORI, M.C.B.S.; The coherent component of the heavy-ion
elastic scattering cross-section. Physics Letters B 138, 249 (1984).
225. HUSSEIN, M.S.; CHEN, Y.T.; ALMEIDA, F.I.A.; The validity of the classical description of
nuclear scattering. American Journal of Physics 52, 650 (1984).
226. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Theory of the heavy-ion fusion cross-section. Physical Review C 30,
1962 (1984).
227. HUSSEIN, M.S.; KERMAN, A.K.; MCVOY, K.W.; Decay properties of overlapping nuclear
resonances. Physics Letters B 131, 8-10 (1983).
228. BONETTI, R.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; MELLO, P.A.; Couting the peaks in excitation function for
pre-compound processes. Physical Review C 28, 923 (1983).
229. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; Description of chaos-order transition with Random
matrices within the maximum-entropy principle. Physical Review Letters 70, 1089-1092
(1983).
230. CIVITARESE, O.; CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; SZANTO DE TOLEDO, A.;
Multistep nature of heavy ion fusion reactions. Physics Letters B 125, 22 (1983).
231. HUSSEIN, M.S.; LI, J.Q.; TANG, K.T.; WEIDENMULLER, H.; Extended domain of validity
of the Hauser-Feshbach formula in the framework of the statistical theory. Z. Phys. A
305, p. 53 (1982).
232. CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Multiple Coulomb excitation effects in heavy-ion
compound and fusion cross-sections. Physical Review C 26, 2007 (1982).
233. BONETTI, R.; COLLI-MILLAZZO, L.; MELANOTTE, M.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Multistep
compound processes in heavy-ions induced reactions. Physical Review C 25, 1406
(1982).
234. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; On the back-angle scattering of 12C+28Si. Physical Review
C 25, 1895 (1982).
235. FRAHN, W.E.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; S-matrix description of
anomalous large-angle heavy ion scattering. Nuclear Physics A 369, 166 (1982).
236. HUSSEIN, M.S.; SZANTO DE TOLEDO, A.; Statistical windows in angular momentum
space: the basis of heavy-ion compound cross-section. Physics Letters B 107, 173
(1982).
237. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Sum rules for pre-equilibrium reactions. Physics Letters B 107, 327
(1982).
238. HUSSEIN, M.S.; NUSSENZVEIG, H.M.; VILLARI, A.C.C.; CARDOSO JR, J.L.; The
optical theorem and forward glory effects in heavy-ion scattering. Physics Letters B 114,
1 (1982).
239. HUSSEIN, M.S.; BONETTI, R.; The statistical multistep direct emission theory revisited.
Physics Letters B 112, 189 (1982).
240. ACQUADRO, J.C.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; PEREIRA, D.; SALA, O.; Contributions of quasielastic processes to the total reactions cross-section of heavy ions. Physics Letters B
110, 381 (1981).
241. HUSSEIN, M.S.; SZANTO DE TOLEDO, A.; Low angular momentum-cutoff in statistical
heavy-ion processes. Physical Review Letters 46, 985 (1981).
242. CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; BALTZ, A.J.; Multiple Coulomb potential for heavy-ion
scattering. Physics Letters B 98, 409 (1981).
243. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P.; CANTO, L.F.; DONANGELO, R.; Phase-shift vs wavefunction-equivalent polarization potentials. Physical Review C 23, 926-927 (1981).
244. HUSSEIN, M.S.; FRIEDMAN, W.A.; MCVOY, K.W.; MELLO, P.; Pre-equilibrium
reactions: statistical fluctuations and doorways. Physics Reports-Review Section of
Physics Letters 77, 47 (1981).
245. CARLSON, B.V.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; BALTZ, A.J.; Quantal theory of Coulomb absorption in
heavy-ion scattering. Annals of Physics (New York) 138, 215 (1981).
246. FRAHN, W.E.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Coupled channels extension of the closed formalism for
heavy-ion collisions (I): Elastic scattering. Nuclear Physics A 346, 237-265 (1980).
247. HUSSEIN, M.S.; MCVOY, K.W.; SALONER, D.; Direct and non-direct contributions to
projectile fragmentation at 20 MeV/nucleon. Physics Letters B 98, 162 (1980).
248. FRAHN, W.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Effective potentials for heavy-ion scattering derived from
channel coupling. Physics Letters B 90, 358 (1980).
249. Friedman W.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; MCVOY, K.V.; MELLO, P.; Ericson fluctuations in the
nested-doorway model. Physics Letters B 99, 179-182 (1980).
250. FIEDMAN, W.A.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; MCVOY, K.W.; MELLO, P.; On the connection among
the different compound processes. Physics Letters B 92, 253-255 (1980).
251. CARLSON, B.V.; NEMES, M.C.; HUSSEIN, M.S.; Optical model description of DIC.
Physics Letters B 91, 332 (1980).
252. HUSSEIN, M.S.; PEREIRA, J.G.; STOJANOFF, V.; TAKAI, H.; The sufficient condition
for an extremum in the classical action integral as an eigen value problem. American
Journal of Physics 48, 767 (1980).
253. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Low energy one-neutron transfer reactions between heavy ions.
Physical Review C 19, 807 (1979).
254. HUSSEIN, M.S.; On the heavy-ion Coulomb polarization potential. Physics Letters B 88,
31-34 (1979).
255. HUSSEIN, M.S.; MCVOY, K.W.; Pre-equilibrium components of the fluctuation crosssection. Physical Review Letters 43, 1645 (1979).
256. HUSSEIN, M.S.; DONANGELO, R.; CANTO, L.F.; Semiclassical derivation of a local
optical potential for heavy-ion elastic scattering. Nuclear Physics A 320, 422 (1979).
257. HUSSEIN, M.S.; DONANGELO, R.; CANTO, L.F.; Static and dynamic deformation
effects in the fusion cross-sections of light heavy ions at sub-barrier energies. Physical
Review C 21, 772 (1979).
258. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Under the barrier absorption effects in low energy heavy ion fusion
reactions. Physics Letters B 71, 249 (1977).
259. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Fluctuation cross-section in the case of an isolated doorway resonance.
Physical Review C 13, 1420 (1976).
260. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Level-level correlation and absorption in nuclear reactions. Physics
Letters B 60, 421 (1976).
261. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Photo-two proton production: a study in nuclear sequential decay. II.
Annals of Physics (New York) 99, 355 (1976).
262. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Four-nucleon transfer reactions between heavy-ions below the
Coulomb barrier. Physical Review C 12, 1557 (1975).
263. HUSSEIN, M.S.; CHEN, H.T.; Pairing back bending. Physical Review C 12, 2103 (1975).
264. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Two-particle transfer reactions: a four body treatment I. Annals of
Physics (New York) 90, 48 (1975).
265. HUSSEIN, M.S.; A formula for the fluctuation cross-section of nuclear reactions at low
energies. Physical Review C 10, 395 (1974).
266. HUSSEIN, M.S.; Gauge-Spin Model of Pairing Collective Motion. Physics Letters B 53,
158 (1974).
Other publications have appeared in conference
proceedings, book chapters, etc.
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Total number of citatations: 3,114
H-Factor: 27
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Published books:
1) Physics of Radioactive Beams
C. A. Bertulani, M. S. Hussein and G. Muenzenberg
Nova Scinece Publishing Company (N.Y.), 2001
2) Scattering Theory for Molecules, Atoms and Nuclei.
L. F. Canto, and M. S. Hussein
Invited Book (graduate text/monograph) to be Published by World Scientific (2010)
Edited books :
BERTULANI, C.A. (Org.); GOMES, P.R.S. (Org.); HUSSEIN, M.S. (Org.); SZANTO DE TOLEDO,
A. (Org.). Nucleus-Nucleus Collisions (NN2006). Amesterdam: Elsevier/ Nuclear Physics A
787/1-4, 2007. v. 1. 670 p.
HUSSEIN, M.S. (Org.); SALINAS, S.R.A. (Org.). 100 Anos de Física Quântica. 1. ed. São Paulo:
Editora Livraria de Física, 2002. v. 1. 220 p.
BERTULANI, C.A.; CANTO, L.F.; HUSSEIN, M.S.. Collective Excitations in Fermi and Bose
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Patents
HUSSEIN, M.S.; BERTUOLA, A.C. - "Método de Dimensionamento dos Meios de Fixação
de Estruturas Mecânicas Submetidas a Abalos Sísmicos": Stability of Mechanical Structures
Subject to Seismic Activity (Patent Registration n° PI06008682). (University of São Paulo) 2006.
HUSSEIN, M.S.; PATO, M.P. - "Acelerador de Partículas Movido à Laser" : Laser Driven
Particle Accelerator (Patent Registration n° PI9201269). (University of São Paulo) 1992.
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