NUSPRASEN Workshop 2019

chaired by Christoph Scheidenberger (GSI Darmstadt, JLU Gießen), Rolf-Dietmar Herzberger (U Liverpool), Michael Block (HIM Mainz, GSI Darmstadt), Christoph E. Düllmann (U Mainz, HIM Mainz, GSI Darmstadt), Wolfram Korten (IRFU Saclay), Bettina Lommel (GSI Darmstadt)
from to (Europe/Berlin)
at GSI ( Lecture Hall )
Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH Planckstr. 1 D-64291 Darmstadt Germany
Description

Superheavy element research, target techniques and related topics

The aim of this workshop is to provide an exchange platform for European scientists working in the field of SHE research, to present and discuss R&D work, to establish new collaborations and to network. It aims at further stimulating the cooperation among European laboratories. It is the opportunity to dwell on topics which are not usually treated in regular conferences or collaboration meetings. One of the major goals is to support young scientists. The Scientific Committee has identified the following three major topics of interest for this workshop:

  • Update of ongoing activities in Europe: presentations by PhD students, postdocs and early career researchers
  • Review all aspects of target developments for the next generation of experiments using high intensity beams and to explore synergies between target-related challenges for different research fields, their requirements and specific solutions.
  • Overview of recent highlight results and achievements world-wide 

With these pillars, the workshop will be able to raise new synergies between European laboratories and user groups that are active in SHE research. It will also give a close look at the activities and developments of the NUSTAR collaboration at GSI/FAIR which are beneficial for SHE research and vice versa. The workshop is organised within the NUSPRASEN network of ENSAR2 and some financial support is available on request. More information on NUSPRASEN can be found at the NUSPRASEN Homepage

Material:
Support Email: Sekretariat-NUSTAR@gsi.de
Go to day
  • Monday, February 25, 2019
    • 13:30 - 15:40 Presentations by young researchers: (1)
      • 13:30 Welcome, purpose and goal of the meeting 10'
        Speaker: Prof. Rolf-Dietmar Herzberger
      • 13:40 Spectroscopy and identification of rare isotopes using S3 20'
        Speaker: Julien Piot
      • 14:00 Production cross-sections of 243Es and 249Md: reaction mechanism towards the spectroscopy of SHN 20'
        Speaker: Dr. Marine Vandebrouck (GANIL)
      • 14:20 Towards ion mobility measurements of actinides 20'
        Speaker: Elisabeth RICKERT
      • 14:40 Actinide beams by light ion induced fusion evaporation reactions for collinear laser spectroscopy 20'
        Speaker: Ilkka Pohjalainen
      • 15:00 Spectroscopy of the isotopes of transfermium elements at FLNR-JINR 20'
        Speaker: Alyona (Alena) Kuznetsova
      • 15:20 Toward Flerovium Spectroscopy and Lundium 20'
        Speaker: Mr. Anton Såmark-Roth (Lund University)
    • 15:40 - 16:10 Coffee break ( Foyer )
    • 16:10 - 18:10 Presentations by young researchers: (2)
      • 16:10 Highly efficient synthesis of carbonyl complexes of short-lived transition-elements 20'
        Speaker: Michael Götz
      • 16:30 Developing Techniques for Lifetime Measurements in the Heaviest Elements 20'
        Speaker: Jacob Heery
      • 16:50 Supersonic jets for laser spectroscopy of heavy elements at the S3-LEB 20'
        Speaker: Rafael FERRER
      • 17:10 Investigation of the spontaneous fission properties of neutron-deficient nobelium isotopes 20'
        Speaker: Andrey ISAEV
      • 17:30 Simulations of the future SEASON detector for spectroscopy at the Low Energy Branch of S3 and results from 249Md experiment at JYFL 20'
        Speaker: Thomas GOIGOUX
      • 17:50 Total kinetic energy measurements in Rf region and new isomers in Rf-255 20'
        Speaker: Pavol Mosat (Univ. Bratislava)
    • 18:10 - 20:10 Buffet dinner ( Canteen )
  • Tuesday, February 26, 2019
    • 08:30 - 10:30 Target techniques and developments: (1)
      • 08:30 Target preparation techniques at the GSI target laboratory 20'
        Speaker: Dr. Bettina Lommel (GSI, Darmstadt)
      • 08:50 Target preparation and characterization at JRC-Geel 20'
        Speaker: Goedele SIBBENS
      • 09:10 Targetry at PSI 20'
        Speaker: Emilio MAUGERI
      • 09:30 Developments on a Drop-on-Demand System for Actinide-Targets 20'
        Speaker: Dennis RENISCH
      • 09:50 Nuclear Spectroscopy Group activities around MARA and RITU separators at JYFLACCLAB 20'
        Speaker: Juha UUSITALO
      • 10:10 Target developments for S3 experiments 20'
        Speaker: Christelle Stodel (GANIL)
    • 10:30 - 10:50 Coffee break ( Foyer )
    • 10:50 - 12:50 Target techniques and developments: (2)
      • 10:50 Intermetallic actinides targets for intense heavy ion-beam irradiations 20'
        Speaker: Elizaveta MELNIK
      • 11:10 Target performance under beam influence: comparison of different production methods and different incident projectiles - status and perspectives 20'
        Speaker: Raphael HAAS
      • 11:30 Uranium targets prepared by Pulse Molecular Plating and target characterization 20'
        Speaker: Chunli YANG
      • 11:50 Consolidating Target Manufacturing Methods for Nuclear Physics Experiments at Accelerators 20'
        Speaker: Mrs. Andreea Mitu (IFIN-HH)
      • 12:10 Activities related to SHE target production at RIKEN and aqueous chemistry of SHEs 20'
        Speaker: Yukiko KOMORI
      • 12:30 Characterization methods at the GSI target laboratory 20'
        Speaker: Birgit Kindler (GSI, Darmstadt)
    • 12:50 - 12:55 Conference photo 5'
    • 12:55 - 14:30 Lunch break
    • 14:30 - 16:00 Tour to GSI accelerators and experiments, including FAIR construction site
      Location: Foyer
    • 16:00 - 16:30 Coffee break ( KBW Foyer )
    • 16:30 - 17:30 Tour to GSI Target Laboratory
      Location: KBW Foyer
  • Wednesday, February 27, 2019
    • 14:30 - 16:10 Plenary Session NUSTAR: (1)
      • 14:30 Status of the factory of superheavy elements at FLNR 25'
        Speaker: Andrey Popeko
      • 14:55 Present Status and Perspectives of SHE Researches at RIKEN 25'
        Speaker: Hiromitsu Haba
      • 15:20 Direct mass measurements of ground states and isomers in the heaviest elements at SHIPTRAP 25'
        Speaker: Francesca Giacoppo
      • 15:45 Study of non-fusion products in the 50Ti+249Cf 25'
        Speaker: Antonio Dinitto
    • 16:10 - 16:40 Coffee break
    • 16:40 - 17:55 Plenary Session NUSTAR: (2)
      • 16:40 Recent results on spectroscopy of 250No and future experimental campaign on super heavy elements at S3 25'
        Speaker: Barbara Sulignano
      • 17:05 Recent results with FIONA 25'
        Speaker: Jacklyn Gates
      • 17:30 Density and shell-effects in superheavy nuclei 25'
        Speaker: Bastian Schütrumpf (GSI)