NSCL Alumni Profile

Marielle Chartier

My research interests lie in the study of nuclear structure at the frontiers of the valley of stability, in particular the evolution of single-particle structure and correlations in exotic nuclei.
My current research programme focuses mainly on the use of direct nuclear reactions (nucleon transfer, nucleon removal and quasifree scattering) performed in inverse kinematics with radioactive ion beams at accelerator facilities in Europe (GANIL in Caen, France, and GSI in Darmstadt, Germany).
I also contribute to the exciting developments in this field through the design of new experimental equipment that will be built for the next generation of radioactive beam facilities SPIRAL2 in Caen, France, and FAIR in Darmstadt Germany.