ORNL Physics Division
Managed by UT-Battelle for the Department of Energy
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Capabilities
Experimental
  • Development of advanced solid state and gas detector systems
  • Development of Hydrogen/Helium gas target systems
  • Digital Signal Processing Electronics
  • Detection of low- and intermediate-energy charged particles and neutrons
  • Detection of gamma-rays
  • Fundamental neutron physics
  • Design and utilization of electromagnetic separator systems
  • Data acquisition systems
  • Precision measurement of absolute cross sections
  • Ion-implantation and surface modification
  • Multicharged ion collision physics
  • Isotope Separator On Line [ISOL] technology
  • ECR and Laser ion sources and rf beam coolers
  • Theoretical and Computational
  • Nuclear many-body problem
  • Structure of nuclei far from stability
  • Global nuclear models
  • 1D, 2D, and 3D simulations of core-collapse supernovae
  • Radiation and neutrino transport
  • Tera-, Peta, and Exa-scale code development
  • Element production in astrophysical environments