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Nuclear Seminars 2015 Spring

  Title: Mass measurements for nuclear structure and astrophysics with JYFLTRAP
  Speaker: Dr. Anu Kankainen
  Institute: University of Jyväskylä, Finland
  Date: Monday, June 8, 2015
  Time: 4:00 - 5:00 pm EST
  Place: Nieuwland Science Hall, Room 124


JYFLTRAP is a cylindrical double-Penning trap mass spectrometer located at the Accelerator Laboratory of the University of Jyväskylä in Finland. Over 270 groundstates and 25 isomers have been measured at JYFLTRAP with a typical precision of about10 keV or better. The chemically insensitive ion-guide isotope separator on-line (IGISOL) technique has been successful in producing these nuclei via fusion-evaporation reactionsand proton-induced fission. In this talk, I will present selected highlights of JYFLTRAP massmeasurements for nuclear structure and astrophysics.




Investigation of transitional rare earth
nuclei using light ion reactions: Nuclear Structure and Surrogates
January 19 Prof. Cornelius Beausang
University of Richmond
Stellar Neutron Sources
and s-Process in Massive Stars
January 26 Rashi Talwar
University of Notre Dame
Low energy nuclear physics research at LLNL February 3 Tuesday Dr. Jason Burke
Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Measurement of the plasma astrophysical
S factor for the 3He(d, p)4He reaction in exploding molecular clusters
February 9 Dr. Marina Barbui
Texas A&M University
Inelastic Neutron Scattering Studies Relevant to Neutrinoless Double-Beta Decay February 16 Dr. Benjamin Crider
Study of fission dynamics and nuclear viscosity using particle emission as a probe February 23 Dr. Yogesh Gupta
University of Notre Dame
Proton-capture reactions in thermonuclear supernovae and the p process February 26 Thursday 2pm Dr. Kerstin Sonnabend
Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany
Beta decay of deformed nuclei with the
proton-neutron finite amplitude method
March 2 Thomas Shafer
University of North Carolina
Spring Break March 9
Jet Modification and the Question of Quark Gluon Plasma in Small Collision Systems March 16 Prof. Justin Frantz
Ohio University
Optically Probing Nuclei Trapped in Cryogenic Solids: Opportunities for Nuclear Physics March 30 Prof. Jaideep Singh
Easter Break April 6
The TITAN facility at TRIUMF: precision experiments with ion traps April 13 Dr. Ania Kwiatkowski
TRIUMF, Canada
Covariant density functional theory: the journey across three-dimensional nuclear landscape April 20 Prof. Anatoli Afanasjev
Mississippi State University
The photonuclear cross section of Boron-10 from the No Core Shell Model April 27 Dr. Michael Kruse
Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Shell model nuclear level densities and applications in nuclear astrophysics May 4 Prof. Mihai Horoi
Central Michigan University
Experimental measurement of 16O+12C
fusion at stellar energies
May 11 Xiao Fang
University of Notre Dame
Electromagnetic processes in few-nucleon systems with the Chiral Effective Field Theory May 18 Dr. Dagmara Rozpedzik
Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
Mass measurements for nuclear structure
and astrophysics with JYFLTRAP
June 8 Dr. Anu Kankainen
University of Jyväskylä, Finland

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