About the Project
This project aims to improve our understanding of isospin non-conserving interactions in nuclei by studying the heaviest mirror nuclei accessible in experiment. The mirror nuclei, 78Zr and 78Sr will be produced and studied using a series of different nuclear reactions at the FRIB facility in Michigan allowing small differences in the energy of excited states and transitions strengths between excited states to be extracted. These will be tested against the predictions of large-scale shell models and beyond mean-field models.
The project will entail design and simulation of the experimental setup, participating in set-up and data-taking, followed by a complex data analysis
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