Workshop on Nuclear Physics using the RISING spectrometer at GSI

Workshop on Nuclear Physics using the RISING spectrometer at GSI




Thursday March 21


9:30 - 10:50    Session 1



        P. Reiter (Univ. Munich)


        Status report of RISING

        H.-J. Wollersheim (GSI, Darmstadt)


        Experimental considerations for the fast-beam campaign

        M. Gorska (GSI, Darmstadt)



11:20 - 13:00   Session 2


        A. Bracco (Univ. Milano)

        Gamma-decay of the GDR in Coulomb excited nuclei


          P. Mayet (GSI, Darmstadt)

          Lifetime measurements in the 32Mg region


        Discussion on Experimental setups and detector configurations



13:00 - 14:00 Lunch at the Campus cafeteria



14:00 - 16:00 Session 3


          Search for octupole correlations in 68Se and 80Zr

          S. Mandal (GSI, Darmstadt)


          Coulomb excitation in the 100Sn region

          C. Fahlander (Univ. Lund) 


        G. DeAngelis or E. Farnea (INFN Legnaro)

        Knockout reaction to investigate the double shell closure in 132Sn. 


16:00 - 16:30 Coffee


16:30 - 18:30 Session 4


        Changing shell structure -- Relativistic Coulex of semi-magic

        neutron- deficient and neutron-rich nuclei

        M. Gorska (GSI, Darmstadt)



        M. A. Bentley or C.Chandler (Univ. Keele)

        Studies of light proton-rich nuclei through secondary fragmentation





Friday March 22


9:00 - 10:45 Session 5


        Shape-coexistences in the medium-mass nuclei

        T. Czosnyka (Heavy Ion Lab., Univ. Warsaw)


        The neutron-rich Hf-Pt nuclei

        Z. Podolyak (Univ. Surrey)


        Nuclear Moments and Spin-Orientation of Isomers from High- and

        Intermediate Energy Projectile Fragmentation

        D. Balabanski (Univ. Leuven)



10:45 - 11:15 Coffee


11:15 - 13:00 Session 6


        Spin-alignment in relativistic Coulomb excitation experiments

          H.-J. Wollersheim (GSI, Darmstadt)


          Magnetic moments in short-lived states of exotic nuclei

          K. Speidel (Univ. Bonn)


        Concluding discussion