10-12 May 2022 HYBRID
GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH
Europe/Berlin timezone

General Info


All topics that are within the scope of the workshop shall be discussed:

  • Heavy element studies performed at recoil separators on
    • Nuclear reactions
    • Nuclear structure
    • Atomic structure
    • Chemical properties
  • Technical aspects of recoil separators including
    • Targets
    • Separation techniques (in-flight and post-separation)
    • Detection
    • Data acquisition and processing
  • Experimental contributions are welcome, as are theoretical contributions supporting the experimental program

Venue & Participation

The TASCA 22 workshop will be held as a video-conference-meeting via Zoom.
For a small limited number of people we also offer the opportunity to be present in person. If you are interested, please contact us at tasca@gsi.de

Important Dates

  • The deadline for submission of abstracts for the invited speakers has passed!
  • The deadline for submission of abstracts for the "poster presentations" has passed!
  • Authors for the "poster presentations" will be notified by April 15, 2022
  • A preliminary program will be available around mid-April 2022
  • The deadline for registration is April 29, 2022

Contributions & Program

The program will include invited oral presentations in a plenary format and presentations by young scientists.

Invited Speakers

  • The deadline for submission of abstracts has passed!


Presentations by young scientist

  • The deadline for submission of abstracts has passed!


The official language is English.

It is planned to make copies of all files / transparencies presented during the workshop, and make these available on the workshop website (subject to author's permission).

Authors are requested to provide the organizers with an electronic file before the end of the workshop.


No fee will be charged for the workshop.

Certificate of Participation

Certificates for participation in the virtual TASCA 22 workshop will not be issued.

History of the TASCA Workshops

In the 20-year history of our workshops, TASCA 22 is the nineteenth: