TCP2010

Program & Presentations

See list of posters at the bottom of this page.

MONDAY, APRIL 12
08:30-10:25 Session I [chair: Oscar Naviliat-Cuncic]
08:30-08:35
A. Jokinen
(5 min) Opening words

08:35-09:15
G. Gabrielse
(40 min) The g-2 experiment on the free electron (pdf, 6 MB)

09:15-09:50
O. Versolato (35 min) Atomic parity violation (pdf, 2 MB)
09:50-10:25
M. Sternberg (35 min) Measuring the bn correlation in the beta-decay of 8Li confined in a Paul trap (slides not received)


Coffee break
10:45-12:05 Session II [chair: Oscar Naviliat-Cuncic]
10:45-11:15
T. Eronen (30 min) Mass measurements for fundamental subatomic physics (pdf, 0.9 MB)

11:15-11:40
T. Brunner (25 min) In-trap spectroscopy for 2nnbb decay experiments (ppt, 8 MB)

11:40-12:05
M. Tandecki (25 min) WITCH, a Double Penning Trap Experiment for Weak Interaction Studies (pdf, 5 MB)


Lunch break + outing
15:30-16:55 Session III [chair: Michiharu Wada]
15:30-16:05
W. Noertershaeuser
(35 min) QED tests in highly-charged ions using laser spectroscopy (pdf, 6 MB)

16:05-16:30
S. Eliseev
(25 min) PENTATRAP - A precision Penning trap mass spectrometer for highly-charged ions (pdf, 1.2 MB)

16:30-16:55
M. Hobein
(25 min) Evaporative Cooling and Coherent Axial Oscillations of Highly-Charged Ions in a Penning Trap (pdf, 3 MB)


Coffee break
17:20-19:00 Session IV [chair: Michiharu Wada]
17:20-17:45
J. Goldman (25 min) Optimized Planar Penning Traps for Quantum Information Studies (pdf, 1.4 MB)

17:45-18:10
M. Siggel-King (25 min) Electrostatic Extreme-Low-Energy Antiproton Recycling Ring (pdf, 1.1 MB)

18:10-18:35
Ph. Velten
(25 min) Measurement of the βν Correlation with Trapped 6He+ Ions (pdf, 22 MB)

18:35-19:00
D. Pinegar (25 min) Progress with the MPIK/UW-PTMS in Heidelberg (pdf, 1.3 MB)

 
TUESDAY, APRIL 13
08:30-10:20 Session I [chair: Juergen Kluge]
08:30-09:10
E. Myers (40 min) Review of Highest-Precision Mass Measurements with Penning Traps (pdf 5.7 MB)

09:10-09:50
T. Rosenband (40 min) Optical clocks and the time variation of the fine structure constant (pdf, 6 MB)

09:50-10:20
S. Friedreich (30 min) HFS Spectroscopy of Antiprotonic 3He and 4He (pdf, 8.4 MB)


Coffee break
10:40-12:05 Session II [chair: Juergen Kluge]
10:40-11:15
G. Colo (35 min) Some open questions for microscopic nuclear structure models and hints for spectroscopic measurements (pdf, 1 MB)

11:15-11:40
R. Ringle (25 min) High-precision Penning trap mass measurements of refractory elements produced via projectile fragmentation with LEBIT (pdf, 7 MB)

11:40-12:05
M. Dworschak (25 min) Recent mass measurements on heavy ions with SHIPTRAP (pdf, 0.7 MB)


Lunch break + outing
15:30-17:25 Session III [chair: Eberhard Widmann]
15:30-16:00
C. Hendrickson
(30 min) Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance: Ion Traps for Chemistry (not available)

16:00-16:30
L. Schweikhard (30 min) Ion Trapping for Cluster Research (pdf, 4 MB)

16:30-17:00
M. Ubieto-Diaz (30 min) A broad-band FT-ICR detection system for KATRIN (pdf, 2 MB)

17:00-17:25
S. Naimi (25 min) Fine structure of the nuclear mass surface from Penning-trap mass spectrometry (pdf, 1.5 MB)


17:30-19:00 Poster session
 
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14
08:30-10:20 Session I [chair: Guy Savard]
08:30-09:10
Y. Yamazaki (40 min) Advances in trapping anti-Hydrogen (pdf, 8.5 MB)

09:10-09:45
E. Butler (35 min) Towards antihydrogen spectroscopy at ALPHA (pdf, 1.3 MB)

09:45-10:20
C. Canali (35 min) Particle manipulation techniques in AEGIS (Antimatter Experiment: Gravity Interferometry Spectroscopy) (pdf, 1.4 MB)


Coffee break
10:40-12:15 Session II [chair: Guy Savard]
10:40-11:45
J. Home (35 min) Scalable quantum computation with trapped ions (pdf, 1 MB)

11:15-11:50
C. Roos (35 min) Quantum simulation of the Dirac equation with a trapped ion (pdf, 11 MB)

11:50-12:15
S. Ulmer (25 min) Progress Towards an (Anti)Proton g-Factor Measurement (pdf, 2.4 MB)


Lunch break + outing
15:45-17:00 Session III [chair: Jens Dilling]
15:45-16:25
W. Morse (40 min) EDM of the muon, deuteron, and proton trapped in storage rings (pdf, 1.1 MB)

16:25-17:00
S. Paul (35 min) EDM of the neutron (pdf, 4 MB)


Coffee break
17:30-19:10 Session IV [chair: Jens Dilling]
17:30-18:25
A. Herlert (25 min) Space-charge effects on the mass selection in Penning traps (pdf, 4.2 MB)

17:55-18:20
M. Kowalska (25 min) Trap-assisted decay spectroscopy setup at ISOLTRAP (pdf, 1.0 MB)

18:20-18:45
S. Van Gorp (25 min) Ab initio simulations for the WITCH Penning traps utilizing a graphics cards for faster coulomb interaction calculations (pdf, 0.8 MB) + animation (avi, 33 MB, external link)

18:45-19:10
M. Redshaw (25 min) Technical Developments for an Upgrade of the LEBIT Penning Trap Mass Spectrometry Facility for Rare Isotopes (5.3 MB)

 
THURSDAY, APRIL 15
08:30-10:05 Session I [chair: Michael Doser]
08:30-09:05
N. Nakamura (35 min) Structure and dynamics of highly charged heavy ions studied with the electron beam ion trap in Tokyo (slides not received)

09:05-09:40
J. Crespo (35 min) Resonant photonic interactions of trapped highly charged ions using free electron lasers and synchrotrons (pdf, 8 MB)

09:40-10:05
V. Simon (25 min) Cooling of Highly Charged Ions at TITAN - CPET (pdf, 5 MB)


Coffee break
10:30-11:55 Session II [chair: Michael Doser]
10:30-11:05
M. Brodeur (35 min) Precision mass measurements of neutron halo nuclei and first radioactive HCIs using the TITAN Penning trap (pdf, 11 MB)

11:05-11:30
S. Schwartz (25 min) Status of the EBIT in the ReA3 reaccelerator at NSCL (pdf, 2 MB)

11:30-11:55
M. Wada (25 min) Precision measurements of the hyper ne constants and optical isotope shifts of 7,9,10,11Be+ ions in an online ion trap (slides not received)


Lunch break + outing
16:00-17:35 Session III [chair: Georg Bollen]
16:00-16:35
N. Winckler (35 min) Recent results on the two-body beta-decay studies at GSI (ppt, 9 MB)

16:35-17:10
A. Wolf (35 min) Molecular physics studies at ion storage rings (pdf, 12 MB)

17:10-17:35
F. Herfurth (25 min) The HITRAP project at GSI: A Penning trap for preparation of cold, heavy, highly-charged ions (pdf, 1.4 MB)


Coffee break
17:55-19:10 Session IV [chair: Georg Bollen]
17:55-18:20
S. Nagy (25 min) Towards high-precision mass measurements of neutron-rich fission products at TRIGA-TRAP (slides not available)

18:20-18:45
G. Savard (25 min) Mass measurements on neutron-rich isotopes at the CARIBU facility (pdf, 5.3 MB)

18:45-19:10
D. Rodriquez (25 min) MATS and LaSpec: Precision Experiments at FAIR using Ion Traps and Lasers (pdf, 8 MB)

20:00-22:00
Conference dinner in Restaurant Lutto
 
FRIDAY, APRIL 16
09:00- Session I [chair: Juha Äystö]

V. Shabaev (35 min) Tests of fundamental theories with heavy ions at low-energy regimefew-electron ions (pdf, 0.3 MB)


A. Gumberidge (35 min) Precision studies of fundamental atomic structure with heavies (pdf, 4.5 MB)

R. Reuschl (25 min) Accurate spectroscopy of excited levels in He-like uranium (slides not received)


Coffee break

Session II [chair: Juha Äystö]

H. Schatz  CANCELLED
(40 min) The need of masses for astrophysics (cancelled due to volcanic ash cloud)


A. Kankainen (25 min) Masses for nuclear astrophysics with JYFLTRAP (pdf, 0.6 MB)


A. Surzhykov (25 min) Two-photon transitions in heavy ions: From relativistic and many-body effects to parity non-conservation phenomena (pdf, 0.7 MB)


Posters

Poster board width is 98 cm and height 142 cm, in which size A0 portrait fits nicely.

 

Christoph Diehl The MPIK/UW-PTMS-experiment for the determination of the 3H/3He mass ratio
H.-Juergen Kluge A collimated-hole structure as efficient dfferential pumping barrier and one-way valve
Holger Kracke Developements for the determination of the magnetic moment of the (anti)proton in a Penning trap
Katharina Kubicek High precision wavelength measurements of X-ray Li- and Be-like Fe satellite lines
David Lindenfels Bound electron g-Factor Measurement by Double-Resonance Spectroscopy on a Fine-Structure Transition
Sebastian Menk CTF: a new tool for molecular and cluster physics
Brianna Mount High-Precision Atomic Mass Spectrometry with Applications to Fundamental Constants, Neutrino Physics, and Physical Chemistry
Volkhard Mäckel Laser spectroscopy of highly charged argon at the Heidelberg electron beam ion trap
Julia Repp Design of the Penning traps and the cryogenic components of the Penning trap mass spectrometer PENTATRAP
Maria Schwarz A cryogenic Paul Trap for highly charged ions
Anke Wagner Towards a g-factor determination of the electron bound in medium-heavy, highly charged ions
Gleb Vorobjev Charge breeding in a compact, room-temperature EBIT
Ernesto Mane
Collinear laser spectroscopy with reverse-extracted bunched beams at TRIUMF
Hiroyuki Sakaue
Spectroscopy of iron and tungsten ions using a low energy compact electron beam ion trap
Gilles Ban The Spiral II High Intensity RadioFrequency Cooler
Iain Moore
Optical manipulation of ions in a radiofrequency quadrupole cooler-buncher
Veli Kolhinen
Accurate Q value for the 74Se double-electron-capture decay
Vladimir Shabaev
Tests of fundamental theories with heavy ions at low-energy regime
F. Martinez (presented by L. Schweikhard)
Excitation of Ions in an ICR-Trap by Two-Electrode Axialization
Juho Rissanen
 JYFLTRAP-assisted beta-decay studies of exotic fission products
Martin Breitenfeldt
 Mass measurements for cadmium nuclides in the neutron shell between N = 50 and 82
N. R. Wolf (presented by L. Schweikhard)
A multi-reflection time-of-flight mass separator for isobaric purification at ISOLTRAP
X. Flechard
Temperature measurement of 6He+ ions confined in a transparent Paul trap
M. Rosenbusch (presented by M. Breitenfeldt)
Investigation of the octupolar excitation in a buffer gas filled Penning trap at ISOLTRAP
J. Hakala
Mass measurements of neutron-rich nuclei with JYFLTRAP