Nuclear Structure: Gamma Spectroscopy
- Joakim Cederkall (Lund University (SE))
23. Decay spectroscopy at RIBF: The EURICA project and its impact on nuclear structure and astrophysics
12/2/15, 11:10 AM
Isomer- and $\beta$-decay spectroscopy are very effective approaches to study nuclear structure far from the $\beta$ stability, where the production rates are extremely low. Thus they are capable to address many open questions in nuclear physics such as persistence of shell gaps, evolution of nuclear structure, shape coexistance and deformation in exotic nuclei with unbalanced neutron to...
Emmanuel Clement (GANIL)
12/2/15, 11:40 AM
The European germanium array AGATA has been transferred from the GSI facility to GANIL mid 2014. The GANIL experimental campaign was started beginning of 2015 and will be followed by different sub-campaigns until 2018. The presentation will mainly present the 2015 data taken at GANIL and some recent results obtained in the previous campaign in LNL and GSI. Perspectives on the 2016-2018...
Dimiter Balabanski (ELI-NP, IFIN-HH)
12/2/15, 12:10 PM
The possibilities for photofission experiments at the new ELI-NP facility will be discussed. At ELI-NP, high power laser systems together with a very brilliant gamma beam are the main research tools [1-3]. The status of the project will be reported. The $\gamma$-beam system and the expected performance of the electron accelerator and the production lasers will be discussed. The targeted...
Magdalena Zielinska (CEA Saclay)
12/2/15, 12:30 PM
Neutron rich 96,98Sr isotopes were investigated by safe Coulomb excitation of radioactive beams at the REX-ISOLDE facility. Reduced transition probabilities and spectroscopic quadrupole moments have been extracted from the differential Coulomb excitation cross sections. These results allow for the first time to draw definite conclusions about the shape coexistence of highly deformed prolate...