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Activities
Projects
Collaborations
EU Projects
Publications
Talks
Theses
Software Tools
Detectors
Analysis
Experiments
Data
Literature
Links

 

 

 

Welcome to the website of 

CHARMS

(Collaboration for High-Accuracy Experiments on Nuclear Reaction Mechanisms with magnetic Spectrometers)
 

Our interest:

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Nuclear structure (pairing correlations, shell effects, collectivity)

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Nuclear reactions (fission, spallation, fragmentation)

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Nuclear dynamics (dissipation)

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Nuclear equation of state (momentum dependence of the mean field)

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Nuclear phase transitions (superfluid - Fermi liquid, liquid - gas)

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Nuclear technology (transmutation of nuclear waste, nuclear safety)

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Production of secondary beams (secondary-beam facilities)
 

Our tools:

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Inverse-kinematics methods

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High-resolution magnetic spectrometer FRS
 

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Contact person:
Aleksandra Kelic-Heil             (a.kelicgsi.de)


GSI Darmstadt
Bereich Kernreaktionen
Planckstraße 1
D-64291 Darmstadt

 
 
phone:
+ 49 (0) 6159 71 2739  
fax:      
+ 49 (0) 6159 71 2809                    

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Group members:

Ville Foehr (PhD student)                           (vilfohrcc.jyu.fi)
Aleksandra Kelic-Heil (Staff)                              (a.kelicgsi.de)
Maria Valentina Ricciardi (Post-doc)       (m.v.ricciardigsi.de)  
Karl-Heinz Schmidt                                     (k.h.schmidtgsi.de)  

Previous members of the GSI group:
Jose Benlliure, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Fanny Rejmund, GANIL, Caen, France
Timo Enqvist, CUPP Project, Pyhäsalmi, Finland
Andreas Heinz, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA
Arnd Junghans, Forschungszentrum Rossendorf, Germany
Florence Vives, United Nations, Vienna, Austria
Kerttuli Helariutta, University Helsinki, Finland
Julien Taieb, CEA, Saclay, France
Beatriz Jurado, CENBG, Bordeaux-Gradignan, France
Paolo Napolitani, GANIL, Caen, France
Christelle Schmitt, IPN, Lyon France
Orlin Yordanov, INRNE, Sofia, Bulgaria
Daniela Henzlova, MSU, East Lansing, Michigan, USA
Vladimir Henz, MSU, East Lansing, Michigan, USA
Pavel Nadtochy, Omsk State University, Omsk, Russia
Lydie Giot, Subatech - Ecole des Mines, Nantes, France
Radek Pleskac, GSI, Germany
Strahinja Lukic, Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe, Germany

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This WEB documents the technical tools, the research activities and the scientific results of the group.

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Guide to this WEB:

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Activities
Overview on the research activities and experimental results of the collaboration. The physics motivation of our work and the main experimental and theoretical results are summarised. 

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Projects
New research projects, list of current proposals and experiments.

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Collaborations
Collaborating scientists and institutes.
 

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Dedicated EU projects
   

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Publications
Complete documentation of publications of the collaboration in scientific journals, including abstracts and preprints.
Several tables of experimental data are provided. 
   

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Talks
Transparencies of talks given by members of the collaboration.
   

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Theses
List of diploma theses and PhD theses.
   

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Software Tools
Software tools used for planning experiments and for analysing data.
SATAN: An elaborate software package for analyzing experimental event-by-event data,
AMADEUS: A software tool for calculating interactions of high-energetic heavy ions in matter, relativistic kinematics etc.,
LIESCHEN: Simulation of a momentum-loss achromat for isotopic separation of radioactive beams,
EMD: Cross sections and excitation energies acquired by electromagnetic interactions.
KAROL: Total interaction cross sections in a Glauber-type approach, 
and others codes. 
 

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Detectors
Description of detectors and technical installations.
   

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Analysis
Technical considerations on the analysis of experimental data.
   

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Experiments
Technical documentation of experiments.  

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Data
Collection of data on nuclide production from different sources. These data were collected for systematical comparisons and for developing our nuclear models.

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Literature Base
Personal literature base of publications in scientific journals which are related to our work.
Access to nuclear literature references. 
Electronic publishing.    

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Links
Links to other WEB pages.
Travel information.
   

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Positions
Job opportunities
       

 

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Last modified: 12.01.11