Ismael MARTEL BRAVO, Directeur du Département de Physique Appliquée,
Université d’Huelva, Espagne
Vendredi 20 Juillet 2012 à 11h00 - Salle des Séminaires
The development of low-energy radioactive beams has motivated an increasing interest in the study of reaction dynamics and the sub-barrier fusion of exotic nuclei. For example, the scattering of halo nuclei show a different behaviour as compared to tightly bound stable nuclei, which affects the angular distribution of transfer, breakup and fusion channels at low collision energies. At the new high-intensity radioactive beam facilities at FAIR and SPIRAL2 it is foreseen the development of new detector arrays like HYDE or GASPARD, where novel PSA techniques for particle identification are being developed. High-intensity stable beam facilities play also an important role in the investigation of nuclear structure and dynamics, and the initiative for building a new superconducting linac at University of Huelva (Linac Research Facility-LRF) will be presented.