Objectives: The objective of the project is to develop recoil implantation spectrometers that can be used in conjunction with recoil separators employed in several research infrastructures, such as RITU at Jyväskylä, SHIP, FRS at GSI, LISE, VAMOS at GANIL, and directly with radioactive beams produced by REX-ISOLDE at ISOLDE, CERN. This will require several parallel developments of nuclear instrumentation having a common requirement of highly segmented Si- and Ge- detectors and associated pulse processing electronics. The prototype detectors will be developed by the consortium of institutions. The program involves simulation modelling, design, construction of detectors and associated electronics followed by test experiments and application to real in-beam experiments.
Results:EXOTAG workshops:"Particle Identification Techniques" CERN, September 28-29, 2000"Conversion Electron Spectroscopy Techniques" Jyväskylä, February 16-17, 2001"Electronics and Data Acquisition Developments for Tagging Experiments", Daresbury, October 18-19, 2001"JuroGam for Tagging Experiments", Jyväskylä, November 22-23.2003"Rex ISOLDE Workshop", CERN, December 16-18, 2002"Workshop on conversion electron spectroscopy and tagging methods", Bonn, January 23-24 2003
The hybrid Si- detector system designed and constructed in Liverpool and at RAL, Daresbury together with a new type of triggerless data acquisition system was commissioned at JYFL in Jyväskylä,. New pulse shape electronics has been developed at GSI: Evidence for new radioactive mode, 2-proton emission from the ground state of 45Fe has been found. New pulse shape analysis methods based on wave-lets have been investigated.
Rauno JulinDepartment of Physics, University of Jyväskylä, (JYFL)P.O. BOX 3540351 Jyväskylä, Finland
EXOTAG working group workshops: "Particle Identification Techniques" CERN September 28-29, 2000
"Conversion Electron Spectroscopy Techniques" Jyväskylä February 16-17, 2001
"Electronics and Data Acquisition Developments for Tagging Experiments", Daresbury Laboratory, October 18-19 2001
Simulations and design of the segmented Si- and Ge- detectors have been carried out in Liverpool and at RAL, Daresbury. New pulse shape electronics has been developed at GSI. Several tagging-test experiments have been carried out mainly at GANIL and at Jyväskyläin 2001.
Rauno JulinDepartment of Physics University of Jyväskylä (JYFL)P.O. BOX 3540351 Jyväskylä
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Funding SchemeCSC - Cost-sharing contracts
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