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Prof. Dr. Klaus Blaum

Prof. Dr. Klaus Blaum
Name Prof. Dr. Klaus Blaum
Phone +49 6221 516-851
Fax +49 6221 516-852
Address Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik
Saupfercheckweg 1
Gentner lab, room 132
D 69117 Heidelberg

Summer Schools

Summer School on Particle Accelerators and Detectors, Bodrum, Turkey 2006:

Lecture Series: High-precision mass measurements on radionuclides for fundamental studies
Lecture 1 High-precision mass measurements for fundamental studies - Basics (pdf, 3.47 MB)
Lecture 2 High-precision mass measurements for fundamental studies - Experiments (pdf, 5.73 MB)

Euroschool on Exotic Beams, Mainz 2005:

Lecture Series: Atomic Physics Tools in Nuclear Physics
Lecture 1 Atomic physics tools in nuclear physics: Basics (pdf, 3.64 MB)
Lecture 2 Cooling and detection of (charged) particles (pdf, 1.61 MB)
Lecture 3 Recent Laserspectroscopic Results (pdf, 2.14 MB)
Lecture 4 High-Precision Penning Trap Mass Spectrometry (pdf, 3.25 MB)


Frontiers in Atomic and Molecular Physics with Charged Particles
Lanzhou, August 2004

Atomic Physics with Stored and Cooled Ions

Abstract Atomic physics with stored and cooled ions (pdf, 8 KB)
Lecture 1 Principle of storing charged particles (pdf, 2.1 MB)
Lecture 2 Cooling techniques for charged particles (pdf, 2.6 MB)
Lecture 3 Production of highly-charged ions and radioactive nuclei (pdf, 4.5 MB)
Lecture 4 Applications and performance of ion traps (pdf, 2.7 MB)
Lecture 5 Test of QED in extreme fields - g-factor (pdf, 5.5 MB)
Lecture 6 Weak interaction studies (pdf, 2.3 MB)
Lecture 7 Atomic masses and Penning trap mass spectrometry (pdf, 5.7 MB)
Lecture 8 Future techniques and experiments (pdf, 3.6 MB)