SPIRAL2 Week 2010
SPIRAL2 Week 2009
Shifting the closed proton shell to Z = 122 : a possible scenario to understand the production of superheavy elements Z = 112-118
La Physique dans tous ses états
34Si ; a bubble nucleus to probe the spin-orbit interaction and the nuclear matter incompressibility ?
Study of one stellar outburst called Nova : measurement of spectroscopic properties of 19Ne by a new method of inelastic scattering
Probing the symmetry energy for 40,48 Ca +40,48 Ca collisions with INDRA-VAMOS : Preliminary results
Study of the 19Ne spectroscopic properties of astrophysical interest via a new improved inelastic scattering method
Charge breeding of radioactive ion beams for ISOL facilities: world-wide status, and the EMILIE project
Inverse-kinematics fission in MAYA: a first step towards the investigation of exotic fissioning systems in active-target detectors
Development of a Multi-reflections time-of-flight mass spectrometer for mass resolution and mass measurement of exotic beams at S3/DESIR
ACTAR TPC meeting 2015
November 18-20, 2015 - Caen, France
The next ACTAR TPC collaboration workshop will be held from November 18–20, 2015 at GANIL in Caen, France. A particular emphasis of this year’s meeting will be on the mechanical design of the detectors and preparation for first experiments with ACTAR TPC that are foreseen in 2017.
The workshop program will consist of mainly invited talks. The first day (Nov. 18) will be dedicated to the scientific goals of the project, future experiments, and timeline. The second day (Nov. 19) will be devoted to technical aspects, mechanical design, and detector integration. The workshop will conclude after an open discussion and summary at noon on November 20.
Registration deadline is November 10, 2015.
We look forward to seeing you in Caen this fall !
The Local Organizing Committee