|La physique dans tous ses états
|February 20 > 20, 2024 - 11h
|GANIL, Guest House
by Pierre Chauveau
The FRIB facility at MSU is already producing radioactive ion beams (RIBs) in batch mode, that is, without an accelerator driving the production of radioactive isotopes. Instead, samples of a long-lived isotope are inserted in (or close to) an ion source to produce RIBs, like it is done with stable ion sources. In the frame of a GANIL-FRIB collaboration, FRIB would be disposed to supply some isotopes to GANIL and/or help us develop our own batch-mode ion beams. A short presentation of the FRIB batch mode ion source will be followed by a list of beams that could be produced by this technique. The goal of this talk is to probe the interest of the physics community at GANIL for batch-mode beams and to come up with a short-list of beams of interest.