The focus of my research is centered on the study of exotic nuclei and the most efficient ways to unravel their properties.
Faculty in experimental research at NSCL study a diverse set of topics related to the physics of rare isotopes. They use a wide variety of tools and techniques and perform experiments at NSCL and other facilities. Their research groups are also heavily involved in the development of state-of-the-art equipment for experiments at FRIB and work together closely with researchers from all over the U.S. and the world to make discoveries that further our understanding of nuclei and nuclear matter, give us a better understanding astrophysical processes and lead to novel societal applications.
All faculty in experimental research are listed below with a link to their profiles pages: