Constrained Molecular Dynamics Approach to  Alpha-Clustered Nuclear Systems: Study of the reaction 28Si+12C at 7.5 MeV/nucleon, G. Giuliani; Cyclotron Institute, Texas A & M University,  College Station, Texas USA − Alpha clustering in light even-even nuclei is a well-known phenomenon in nuclear physics. Since Alpha particles are bosons, much attention has been recently devoted to the possibility of Bose Condensation in Alpha-cluster nuclei. Among the existence of Alpha-Clustered nuclear ground states, interesting questions are the dynamics of formation of Alpha clusters in nuclear reactions, and the determination of the critical temperatures and densities for the Bose Condensation phase transition.   In this work results coming from a novel version of the Constrained Molecular Dynamics (CoMD) model, in which Alpha-Cluster correlations have been included, will be shown.  In this framework Alpha-cluster correlations and the Pauli Principle Constraint, the latter being the main feature of the CoMD model, coexist; this allows investigation of the dynamics of formation and breaking of Alpha-Clusters, into lighter bosons or fermions,  in nucleus-nucleus collisions in which the reaction partners can be N/Z symmetric or asymmetric systems.   Alpha-Cluster states lie very close to the threshold energy for the N-Alpha break-up of stable nuclei. The experiment on the reaction 28Si+12C at 7.5 MeV/nucleon, recently performed at the Cyclotron Institute at Texas A&M University, makes use of a Thick Target Inverse Kinematics method in order to search for N-Alpha decay of 28Si and 40Ca in the excitation energy region near threshold.  The comparison between the experimental data and the model calculations, along the search of the Alpha particles Bose Condensate, will be discussed.