Enrico Farnea (INFN PD)
6/30/11, 9:05 AM
The expected experimental conditions at the planned future facilities for radioactive ion beams and for high-intensity stable beams are extremely challenging, requiring unprecedented levels of efficiency and sensitivity, which cannot be reached with the conventional 4π arrays of Compton-suppressed high-purity germanium detectors. The approach pursued in the past few years implies covering...
Francesco Recchia (University of Padova)
6/30/11, 9:30 AM
The future progress of gamma-ray spectroscopy studies relies on the capabilities of powerful devices based on the novel techniques of pulse shape analysis and gamma-ray tracking. The foreseen enhancement in performance compared to the present generation arrays depends on the capability to determine the amount of energy deposited in each interaction point of the photons and the position as...
Wolfram KORTEN (IRFU, CEA/Saclay)
6/30/11, 9:45 AM
The AGATA spectrometer will move to GSI at the of this year for a series of in-beam experiments at the GSI Fragment Separator (FRS) as part of the PreSpec campaign. The status of the AGATA set-up for the GSI campaign and the preparation of the experimental program will be presented.
Emmanuel Clement (GANIL)
6/30/11, 10:15 AM
In this presentation, the possible physics programs that can be pursued combining the AGATA demonstrator with the existing detection systems at GANIL will be presented. The possible programs best utilizing the various facets of GANIL range from the spectroscopy of transuranium elements using fusion evaporation, the characterization of exotic nuclei from deep inelastic collisions using the high...