On the Use of Charged-Particle Auxiliary Detectors with Gamma-Ray Spectrometers: Past, Present, and Future
- Alfredo Galindo-Uribarri, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
Thursday, February 21, 11:00 AM - Research Discussion
NSCL Lecture Hall
I will describe our experience of more than a decade on the development of instrumentation, methods and techniques with charged-particle auxiliary detectors used for in-flight spectroscopy of exotic nuclei. With recent examples I will make emphasis on Coulomb excitation and single-nucleon transfer, two powerful techniques for the study of structure at low energies using neutron-rich RIBS, especially near closed shells (e.g. 78Ni, 132Sn). Finally, I will describe prospects for future arrays based on newer technologies such as Silicon Photomultipliers.