Notices for In-beam Nuclear Structure
Dear Workshop Colleagues,
We are looking forward to seeing you at the HRIBF Users Workshop November 13-14, where we will build the science case for a modern, reliable ISOL facility at ORNL. (Remember a new cyclotron driver is proposed to replace ORIC.) A white paper will be generated from the meeting.
On the Friday afternoon we will be breaking into parallel sessions to discuss future experimental plans at the upgraded HRIBF. The goals of the breakout sessions are to provide the conveners with enough material to write the scientific case for a cyclotron driver upgrade for HRIBF. The material should focus on the scientific strengths of HRIBF in the future FRIB-era and what research can be done in support of FRIB science. New equipment necessary to take advantage of the expected increase in RIB intensity and the many new isotopic beams to be available should be covered.
We are writing as the organizers for the breakout session entitled Nuclear Structure "In-beam Spectroscopy". This session will start on Friday at 5:30 and end at 10:00 pm. Then we will regroup at 9:30 am on Saturday morning to summarize our findings which will be presented to the whole workshop audience in the close-out session at 11:00 am.
We ask people who are interested in making a short presentation in the Friday Nuclear Structure "In-beam Spectroscopy" session to let us know as soon as possible by replying to this message.
More details about the workshop, including links to the updated neutron-rich beam list, workshop schedule, and registration list may be found at:
Lee and Mark
Lee Riedinger, University of Tennessee
For questions about this page please contact the HRIBF User Liaison.
This file last modified Monday November 02, 2009