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Collaborations

Detectors:

  • AGATA – a high energy resolution 4π γ-ray spectrometer based on next-gen segmented HPGe detectors
  • PARIS – a highly efficient 4π γ-ray spectrometer based on next-gen scintillator detectors
  • MUST2 – a telescope array for the detection of the light ions emitted in direct reactions
  • FAZIA– a  new-generation 4π detector array for heavy-ion collisions with greatly enhanced isotopic identification capabilities
  • INDRA – a 4π multidetector of charged particles
  • ACTAR-TCP– a new-generation active target time projection chamber for detecting charge particles trajectories
  • NEDA – a new generation neutron detector array
  • MUGAST – a compact, 1π, high granularity silicon detector array with exceptional particle identification capabilities
  • FATIMA – an ultra-fast timing array based on LaBr3(Ce) detectors
  • FARCOS – a compact high resolution array for particle-particle correlations based on DSSSD+CsI(Tl) telescopes

GANIL Instruments and other smaller detectors

Nuclear Physics

  • VAMOS – a large resolution, high acceptance mass spectrometer offering various modes of operation
  • LISE – a beam line dedicated to the production and purification of radioactive ion beams resulting from the fragmentation of the high intensity stable beams
  • EXOGAM2 -a powerful, high efficiency, gamma-ray spectrometer
  • S3 (Super Separator Spectrometer & Low Energy Branch) a spectrometer for the very high intensity stable beams of SPIRAL2
  • DESIR – a low-energy beam facility at GANIL-SPIRAL2 to study the properties of exotic nuclei
  • NFS – a neutron beam facility at GANIL-SPIRAL2
  • DIAMANT – a high granularity, very compact, charged particle array of CsI(Tl) scintillators
  • FALSTAFF – a set-up to perform a combined ToF and residual energy measurement of complementary fission fragments in coincidence

Non-nuclear physics and Applications

  • D1 – an experimental room devoted to interdisciplinary researches with medium energy stable ion beams with the IRASME irradiation set-up.
  • IRABAT – an irradiation device in D1 room
  • ARIBE – a facility for low-energy ion research
  • IRRSUD an irradiation facility which makes use of the low energy (0.5 MeV/n – 1 MeV/n) beams
  • ALIX – an X-ray diffractometer at IRRSUD
  • CASIMIR – an absorption spectrometer at IRRSUD
  • SPORT – an emission spectrometer at IRRSUD
  • IGLIAS – a mobile experimental set-up for studying the interaction of ion beams with solid samples in a wide temperature range from 9 to 300 K
  • IBE – an identification station for radioactive ions characterisation
  • LIRAT – a low-energy beam line

Theory

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