Davi Da Silva Monteiro

Guest Associate Professor

310 Nieuwland Science Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46556


Prof. Monteiro has been working with the fusion of heavy nuclei since 1994. Having worked at the open nuclear physics laboratory at the University of São Paulo, at the Tandar laboratory in Buenos Aires, Argentina, several previous stays at the University of Notre Dame and one at Michigan State University, he currently works as a Guest Associate Professor at the University of Notre Dame working with the group of Prof. Daniel Bardayan, focusing his experimental work on topics related to Nuclear Astrophysics. His main interests are the dynamics of reactions between unstable and weakly bound nuclei.


PhD. Physics, University of Sao Paulo, 2006
M.Sc. Physics, University of Sao Paulo, 2001
B.S. Physics, University of Sao Paulo, 1998


Cluster Configuration Effects in the Elastic Scattering of Boron Isotopes B-8, B-10, B-11 and B-12 on Ni-58
V Guimaraes, EON Zevallos, EN Cardozo, J Lubian, OCB Santos, ...

Near- and subbarrier elastic and quasielastic scattering of the weakly bound projectile on
DS Monteiro, OA Capurro, A Arazi, JOF Niello, JM Figueira, GV Martí, ...
Physical Review C 79 (1), 014601 (2009)

Backscattering measurement of on : Critical interaction distance
V Guimarães, JJ Kolata, EF Aguilera, A Howard, A Roberts, FD Becchetti, ...
Physical Review C 93 (6), 064607 (2016)

Interpretation of quasi-elastic barrier distributions for weakly bound systems
DS Monteiro, PRS Gomes, J Lubian
Physical Review C 80 (4), 047602 (2009)

Using 19F (3He, t) 19Ne*(γ) to study astrophysically important levels near the 18F+ p threshold
MR Hall, DW Bardayan, S Ahn, JM Allen, JT Anderson, AD Ayangeakaa, ...
AIP Conference Proceedings 2160 (1) (2019)