- Angela Bracco (MI)
Francesca Soramel (PD) , Mauro Mezzetto (PD)
Dino Bazzacco (PD)
Dr Gilles de FRANCE (GANIL)
The EXOGAM array is a high efficiency germanium-array installed at GANIL since 2001. It is heavily used to study the structure of exotic nuclei produced in heavy-ion induced reactions. Most of the time, the array is coupled to other ancillary detectors, and in particular to the VAMOS large acceptance spectrometer. Another key setup is the combination of EXOGAM, the Neutron Wall –a large array...
Prof. Alfredo Poves (Departamento de Fisica Teorica, UAM, Madrid)
The physics underlying the appearance of the so called "islands of inversion" will be described in the framework of large scale shell model calculations, with special emphasis in the structure and correlation energies of the intruder states. Evidences will be presented suggesting the merging of the N=20 and N=28 islands in the Magnesium isotopes.