Rare-Isotope Beam Science

 

There is a worldwide renaissance in nuclear science, driven by new and unexpected experimental results from improved experimental techniques, theoretical breakthroughs, and expanded applications. On the experimental side, two major milestones have advanced the research: large arrays of detectors with extraordinary data-collecting power, and accelerator facilities which provide experimental access to intense mass-selected (isotope-selected) beams with lifetimes down to the microsecond scale. The combination of these two capabilities marks a unique, major advance in nuclear physics that has not been seen in a number of decades.

Nuclear

Structure

Nuclear

Astrophysics

Fundamental

Symmetries

About nuclear structure

About nuclear astrophysics

About fundamental symmetries

GRIFFIN

DESCANT

Francium PNC
IRIS

DRAGON

GPS
Laser Spectroscopy

DSL

GRIFFIN
TIGRESS

EMMA

Radon EDM
TITAN

IRIS

TIGRESS
TRILIS

SHARC

TITAN
TUDA

TACTIC

TRILIS

TIGRESS

TRINAT

TITAN

TUDA

HERACLES, TUDA II
Visit the Nuclear Astrophysics Group
website for a program overview.

Previous experiments:  8pi

Fundamental symmetries photo credit: D. Chapman, 2010