Friday Afternoon Session
- John F. Sharpey-Schafer ()
Prof. Wolfgang Trautmann (GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH)
The nuclear symmetry energy at high density has been probed with heavy ion reactions at high energy and by analyzing neutron star properties. A new source of information has opened up with the observation of the first LIGO and Virgo GW170817 gravitational wave signal from a neutron star merger. It offers additional possibilities for quantitatively comparing terrestrial and celestial results...
Stephan Aulenbacher (JGU Mainz)
In the last three years a new target system has been developed in Mainz, which is dedicated to be the target of the upcoming MAGIX experiement. This target is a so called Gas-Jet Target, which is completele windowless. Therefore it should minimize uncertainities wich are typically induced by target frames and windows. To test this target a measurement @A1 in Mainz has been performed. This talk...
Dr Emanuele Vincenzo Pagano (LNS-INFN)
With the advent of the new facility for radioactive ion beams, in particular for the neutron rich ones with respect to the stable beams, it is necessary to develop neutron detection systems fully integrated with the charged particles detection. It is argued that, the integration of the neutron signal, especially for neutron reach beams is an important experimental progress in order to study...
Mr Krzysztof Nowakowski (Jagiellonian University)
Spectrum of excited states of single and double strange hyperons is only poorly known. Their internal structure is controversially discussed within several models e.g. quark and bag models, or even pentaquarks or meson-bayrion molecules like the famous $\Lambda$(1405). One of the kays to hyperons electromagnetic stucture are form factors which are predicted to be an ideal tool to...
Mr Simon Kegel (Institut fuer Kernphysik Uni Mainz)
We will give an overview about new results for the $^4$He monopole transition form factor from data, taken in an electron scattering experiment at Mainz in 2016. Emphasis will be on different models for background contributions and the monopole resonance itself. On the sideline, we discuss the intrinsic FWHM (full-width-at-half-maximum) of the monopole resonance.
Dr Matteo Franchini (University of Bologna)
The main goal of the FOOT (FragmentatiOn Of Target) experiment is the measurement of the differential cross sections as a function of energy and direction of the produced fragments in the nuclear interaction between a ion beam (proton, helium, carbon, ...) and different targets (proton, carbon, oxygen, ...). Depending on the beam energy, the purpose of the measurements is twofold: in the...