Physics Division Seminars bring us speakers on a variety of physics related subjects. Usually these are held in the Building 6008 large Conference Room, at 3:00 pm on the chosen day, but times and locations may vary. For more information, contact our seminar chairman,
Tel (Office): (865) 574-6124 (FAX): (865) 574-1268
Laser-spectroscopy techniques provide a powerful tool to obtain nuclear structure information on the ground state properties of exotic nuclei. These techniques allow to extract observables that are key for our understanding of the nuclear many-body problem; nuclear ground-state spins, electromagnetic moments, and changes in the root-mean square charge radii (rms) [1,2]. With the aim of expanding the experimental knowledge of these properties at extreme limits of the nuclear chart, where radioactive isotopes are produced at rates of only a few ion/s, new developments have been successfully demonstrated at ISOLDE-CERN [3,4]. In this seminar, we will discuss the latest results from sensitive high-resolution collinear laser spectroscopy, in addition to the future experimental programs focused on studying isotopes around doubly-magic nuclei. The relevance of these results, in connection with the recent developments in nuclear theory, will be presented.
 R.F. Garcia Ruiz et al. Nature Physics 12, 594 (2016).
 R.F. Garcia Ruiz et al. Phys. Rev. C 91, 041304(R) (2015.
 R.P. De Groote et al. Phys. Rev. Lett. 115, 132501 (2015).
 R.F. Garcia Ruiz et al. J. Phys. G. 44, 044003 (2017).
Contact: Alfredo Galindo-Uribarri (865) 574-6124