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Workshops & Seminars

Workshop Date
2018 SSRI-PNS collaboration meeting 2018/9/4
2016 SSRI-PNS collaboration meeting 2016/9/2-3
SSRI-PNS collaboration meeting 2015/9/3-4
OMEG12 2013/11/17-22
Post EMIS workshop on Laser ion source in RIKEN 2012/12/10-11
EMIS2012 2012/12/2-7
11th Origin of Matter and Evolution of Galaxies 2011 2011/11/14-17
The 2nd KISS Workshop 2011/3/5
The 1st KISS Workshop 2010/9/6
10th Origin of Matter and Evolution of Galaxies 2010 2010/3/8-10
The 6th Japan-Italy Joint Nuclear Physics Symposium 2008/11/11-15
9th Origin of Matter and Evolution of Galaxies 2007 2007/12/4-7

 

WNSC seminar

Speaker

Ttitle

Date

Dr. Timo Dickel (Justus Liebig University / GSI Helmholtz center for heavy ion research) Experiments with thermalized RIB at the FRS 29Mar. 2019
Dr. Ryan Ringle (National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, Michigan State University) Advancing Penning trap mass spectrometry of rare isotopes at the LEBIT facility 2 Jul. 2018
Prof. Alexander Kalimov (St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University) Geometry and potential optimization in the electrostatic TOF systems 28 Nov. 2017
Prof. Philip M. Walker (University of Surrey) Isomers and shape coexistence in neutron-rich nuclei approaching the N = 126 shell closure 5 Jul. 2017

Others

"How and where are the gold and platinum elements synthesized in the universe” @KEK-Science Cafe

WNSC research activities are introduced to Tsukuba citizen at the KEK-ScienceCafe, which has been held in every Friday evening near the Tsukuba station. The introduction has been performed in 3 days (10th, 17th, 24th, Nov.).
Together with young and old people, we have shared pleasant 2 hours for talking about origin of matters and evolution of stars, including a recent topic of neutron star mergers.

 

Contents of the presentations:
10th, Nov.: Hiroari Miyatake, “Outline of our researches”
17th, Nov.: Yutaka Watanbe, “How to produce, separate, and measure radioactive isotopes”
24th, Nov.; Michiharu Wada, “Precision and direct mass measurements of radioactive isotopes"


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