Department of Physics

Oral presentations

Tuesday 14 April 2015


Tuesday morning 1

Session chaired by Juha Äystö

08:45-­‐09:00
Welcome and introduction
Paul Greenlees, Universtity of Jyväskylä
09:00-­‐09:25
Exploring the extremes with NUSTAR@FAIR
Nasser Kalantar, Universtity of Groningen
09:25-­‐09:50
Super-FRS Science Cases
Isao Tanihata, Beihang University/Osaka University
09:50-­‐10:15
Beam diagnostics at the Super-FRS
Tuomas Grahn, University of Jyväskylä

Tuesday morning 2

Session chaired by Rauno Julin

10:45-­‐11:10
Overview of precision physics with on-line traps
Tommi Eronen, University of Jyväskylä
11:10-­‐11:30
Recent measurements on 102,104,106Zr
Alison Bruce, University of Brighton
11:30-­‐11:50
Multi-reflection ion trap spectroscopy at IGISOL-4
Paul Campbell, University of Manchester
11:50-­‐12:10
Perspectives for low-temperature nuclear orientation at the ALTO facility
Asenath Etile, CSNSM Orsay/University of Helsinki
12:10-­‐12:35
Radioisotope production at ESS - some ideas and a bit of background
Joakin Cederkall, Lund University

Tuesday afternoon

Session chaired by Paul Campbell

16:30 - 16:55
Mass measurements for nuclear astrophysics
Anu Kankainen, University of Jyväskylä
16:55-­‐17:15
Chiral interactions for N-, NN- and NNN-data with theoretical errors
Boris Carlsson, Chalmers University of Technology
17:15-­‐17:35
Finite amplitude method applied to nuclear dipole excitation
Tomohiro Oishi, University of Jyväskylä
17:35-­‐18:00
Gamma ray emission tomography
Peter Dendooven, Universityof Groningen

 

Wednesday 15th April 2015

 

Wednesday morning 1

Session chaired by Sunniva Siem

09:00-09:25
The r-process nucleosynthesis: nuclear and astrophysics challenges
Stephane Goriely, Université Libre de Bruxelles
09:25-09:50
Low-energy enhancements in the nuclear gamma-decay strength – status, perspectives, and consequences for astrophysical (n,γ) rates
Ann-Cecilie Larsen, University of Oslo
09:50-10:10
Nuclear level density and gamma strength function in 64,65Ni
Lucia Crespo-Campo, University of Oslo
10:10-10:30
Measurement of the 23Na(α,p)26Mg cross section at astrophysically relevant energies
Alan Howard, Aarhus University

Wednesday morning 2

Session chaired by Iain Moore

11:00-11:25
The dipole response of exotic nuclei and the nuclear symmetry energy
Tom Aumann, GSI Darmstadt
11:25-11:50
R3B a universal setup for kinematical complete measurements at FAIR: study of Beryllium beyond the neutron drip-line (13Be)
Olof Tengblad, IEM-CSIC Madrid
11:50-12:10
Neutron removal reaction in the 100Sn region
Giordano Cerizza, University of Tennessee
12:10-12:35
Double beta decay and neutrino mass
Jenni Kotila, University of Jyväskylä / Yale University

Wednesday afternoon

Session chaired by Dave Cullen

16:30-16:55
MARA, Mass Analyzing Recoil Apparatus, a new tool at JYFL-ACCLAB
Juha Uusitalo, University of Jyväskylä
16:55-17:20
In gas-jet laser spectroscopy of neutron-deficient actinium isotopes
Piet Van Duppen, KU Leuven
17:20-17:40
The structure of low-lying states in 140Sm studied by Coulomb excitation
Malin Klintefjord, University of Oslo
17:40-18:00
Sensitive lifetime measurement of excited states of low-abundant isotopes via the (p,p’γ) reaction
Andreas Hennig, University of Cologne

 

Thursday 16th April 2015

 

Thursday morning 1

Session chaired by Hans Fynbo

09:00-09:25
Multi-particle decay studies at ISOLDE and IGISOL
Oliver Kirsebom, Aarhus University
09:25-09:50
An overview of nuclear astrophysics studies
Christian Aa. Diget, University of York
09:50-10:10
Lifetimes of states in proton-emitting nuclei from differential plunger measurements
Dave Cullen, University of Manchester
10:10-10:30
Spectroscopy of low-lying states in neutron-deficient astatine and francium nuclei
Ulrika Jakobsson, KTH Stockholm


Thursday morning 2

Session chaired by Piet Van Duppen

11:00-11:25
An overview of the HIE-ISOLDE project
Mark Huyse, KU Leuven
11:25-11:50
Shape co-existence studies at JYFL and ISOLDE
Janne Pakarinen, University of Jyväskylä
11:50-12:10
The SPEDE conversion electron spectrometer: first results
Philippos Papadakis, University of Jyväskylä
12:10-12:35
Nuclear modeling from a bottom-up perspective: Accurate nuclear radii and binding energies from a chiral interaction
Andreas Ekström, University of Tennessee


Thursday afternoon

Session chaired by Alison Bruce

16:30-16:55
Finite-range pseudopotential for nuclear structure calculations
Karim Bennaceur, Université Claude Bernard Lyon/University of Jyväskylä
16:55-17:20
Spectroscopy of element 115 decay chains at TASCA
Ulrika Forsberg, Lund University
17:20-17:40
Novel analysis techniques using the SAGE spectrometer at the limit of prompt in-beam conversion electron and gamma-ray spectroscopy
Mikael Sandzelius, University of Jyväskylä
17:40-18:00
Collectivity and single-particle structures in 166,168Os
Sanna Stolze, University of Jyväskylä

 

Friday 17th April 2015

 

Friday morning

Session chaired by Paul Greenlees

09:00-09:25
The AGATA campaign at GSI
Zsolt Podolyak, University of Surrey
09:25-09:50
Recent results obtained with EURICA at RIKEN
Pär-Anders Söderström, RIKEN
09:50-10:10
Beta-delayed gamma spectroscopy of 75Cu
Frank Bello, University of Oslo
10:10-10:30
Nuclear spectroscopy with GEANT4: proton radioactivity
Luis Sarmiento, Lund University

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