Dr Konrad Gelbke (NSCL)
5/18/15, 9:00 AM
Workshop Introduction and Goals
Prof. Alexandros Gezerlis (University of Guelph)
5/18/15, 9:15 AM
Physics and Experiments
In this talk I will introduce the big picture of modern low-energy nuclear theory. Specifically, I will first go over the efforts toward connecting nucleon-nucleon and three-nucleon interactions with the fundamental theory of Quantum Chromodynamics, in the context of what is known as chiral Effective Field Theory (EFT). I will then discuss first-principles studies of the many-nucleon problem...
Mr Daniel Bazin (NSCL/MSU)
5/18/15, 9:50 AM
Active target detectors and associated electronics
In this talk I will review different types of Active Target detectors and their application to various experimental situations. Although Active Target detectors have clear advantages from the points of view of luminosity and angular coverage, their optimization to particular experimental goals often require different configurations. Several of the parameters that can be considered will be...