Thierry Stora (CERN)
2/8/06, 11:05 AM
Results obtained with prototypes comprising a graphitic line or a quartz insert will be presented. They will be complemented with data on halogen beams produced this year at ISOLDE with a LaB6 negative surface ion source. In a second part, I introduce how simulation and experimental tools recently acquired in the section are used for new developments for ISOLDE and EURISOLDS.
Ulli Koester (CERN)
2/8/06, 11:25 AM
Off- and on-line experiments within the TARGISOL project will be presented and resulting recent and future improvements of ISOLDE beams will be discussed.
Dr Dorothea Schumann (Paul Scherrer Institute)
2/8/06, 11:45 AM
Exotic radionuclides such as for instance 44-Ti, 60-Fe, 26-Al, 10-Be and many others are of great interest in several research domains like astrophysics, nuclear medicine, geophysics, fundamental nuclear physics or radioactive beam facilities. The production of all these nuclides in sufficient amounts is very time consuming and extremely expensive. Conventional techniques in commercial...
Mr Martin Eller (Technische Universitaet Wien (TU))
2/8/06, 12:05 PM
Diverse data, such as yields, release curves or target ageing, have been collected for the last fifteen years at ISOLDE. We are now improving the procedure for their acquisition, storage and access. The measurements will be performed by an automatic application that controls the hardware settings and record data according to predefined parameters. A dedicated database with different...
Dr Manuela Turrion Nieves (Inst. de Estructura de la Materia)
2/8/06, 12:20 PM
An accurate value of yields is essential for the preparation of experimental proposals for the ISOLDE facility as well as for the success of the experiments themselves. After the adjustment of the target and ion source the ISOLDE technical group provides a first estimation of the measured yield, but in many cases the measurement of the yield in the experimental set-ups is required....
Mr Roman Wilfinger (CERN)
2/8/06, 12:35 PM