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Advanced seminar, WS17/18

Physics with stored and cooled ions

Central Seminar Room
fortnightly, on Wednesdays 15:00

Seminar program

Date: 25 Oct 2017
Speaker: Christoph Schweiger, MPIK
Title: A room-temperature EBIT as a source of highly-charged 163-Ho for the PENTATRAP experiment


Date: 8 Nov 2017
Speaker: Rodric Seutin, TU Darmstadt
Title: Development of electroweak currents in light nuclei


Date: 29 Nov 2017
Speaker: Dr. Bingsheng Tu, MPIK
Title: Studies of photorecombination process and plasma simulation at an electron beam ion trap


Date: 13 Dec 2017
Speaker: Dr. Arindam Sikdar, Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Kolkata, India
Title: Studies of fission time anomaly in very heavy nuclei and Penning-trap studies


Date: 10 Jan 2018
Speaker: Dr. Alexandre Obertelli, Institut für Kernphysik, Technische Universität Darmstadt
Title: PUMA: a trap project for antiprotons and short-lived nuclei


Antiprotons as probe for nuclear studies with short-lived isotopes remain unexploited despite past pioneer works at CERN/LEAR and Brookhaven. Antiprotons may represent a unique probe sensitive to the ratio of neutron and proton densities at annihilation site, i.e. at the very surface of the nucleus. In this seminar, a new project named PUMA (antiProton Unstable Matter Annihilation) is described.


Date: 17 Jan 2018
Speaker: Dr. Martin Eibach, GSI Darmstadt
Title: Precise Atomic Mass Measurements for Tests of Fundamental Interactions