Priority I and II Experiments Approved at the April 2-3, 2010

Please note: Because of the pressure on ATLAS beam time, the PAC ranked the approved experiments in two categories. Priority I experiments are those that must be run at all costs. Priority II experiments are those that should be granted beam time (indicated in parenthesis) if at all possible. Priority I experiments are approved for the present cycle of experiments, but can be run during the next PAC cycle as well if scheduling conflicts occur. Priority II experiments that cannot be scheduled during the present cycle will have to be resubmitted at the next PAC meeting. It is our intention to try as hard as possible to schedule a full experimental program and to accommodate as many, if not all, of the priority II experiments.

Proposal # PI Name Title Days
882-5 Pieter Mumm Measurement of 3He to 4He Ratios in Isotopically Purified Helium 3
1159-5 Darek Seweryniak Core excitations and single-neutron states in 101Sn 10
1205X-3 Michael Paul Half-life and (&gamma,n) production of p-process nuclide 146Sm (IV) 5
1207-3 Ralph Segel Electroweak interaction tests using trapped 8Li ions 10
1217-2 Chris Chiara Proton-neutron interactions in 100In with an improved RDT setup 5
1254-2 E.A. McCutchan Detailed spectroscopy of 224Th and 223Th 7
1279-2 Catherine Deibel Measurement of the 26Si(&alpha,p)29P Reaction Rate in X-Ray Bursts 6
1281-2 Lee Riedinger Plunger measurement of lifetimes in a possible tetrahedral band in 156Dy 3
1297-2 R. Wadsworth Search for evidence of T=0 pairing in even-even A>80 nuclei 6
1304 Umesh Garg Experimental Investigation of Nucear Tidal Waves in 102Pd 3
1305 C.L. Jiang Extending the study of fusion hindrance for 28Si + 30Si towards lower energies through measurements of radioactive decays 2
1306 Wai-Kwong Kwok Effect of Heavy Ion Irradiation Induced Columnar Defects on Multi-Band Iron Pnictide Superconductors: role of pair-breaking by interband impurity scattering 2
1309 C.J. Lister Is O(6) algebraic symmetry exhibited in real nuclei? 4
1310 W. Loveland Detailed studies of survival probabilities in hot fusion reactions 6
1312LI Richard Pardo Measurement and Evaluation of Actinide Neutron Cross Sections Relevant to Advanced Fuel Cycles via Accelerator Mass Spectroscopy 3
1313 Zsolt Podolyak Neutron-rich nuclei in the vicinity of 208Pb 6
1314 K. E. Rehm Measurement of the Fusion Cross Section in the System 15C + 232Th 6
1315X K. E. Rehm Improvements of the In-Flight Technique for the Production of Radioactive Beams 3
1317 Xiaofeng Wang Properties of triaxial strongly deformed structures at ultra-high spin in light rare-earth nuclei: Collectivity beyond band termination in 157Ho (6)
1318 Andra Petrean-Troncalli Investigation of Vortex Pinning Anisotropy in the High Temperature Superconductor YBa2Cu3O7-d 2
1319X Demetrios Sarantites Test of a Phoswich-CsI(Tl) Wall for Reverse-Kinematics Reactions 3
1321 P.J. Woods Identification of low spin resonances for the 30P(p,&gamma)31S reaction in novae explosions 3
1323X Peter Bertone A New Precision Measurement of the Lifetime for the 4.033 MeV 3/2+ State in 19Ne (2)
1324X Jeffry Thomas Testing and commissioning a recoil detector for the HELIOS spectrometer 4
1327 Calem R. Hoffman Tracking the evolution of the sd orbitals in the oxygen isotopes using the HELIOS spectrometer 8
1331 B. P. Kay Anomalous single-particle trends below Z = 50 8
1332 C.L. Lister The use of a HpGeDSSD for focal plane counting 2
1333 Scott Marley Study of Excited States in 9C 8
1335 Claudio Ugalde The ratio of the a-particle and proton channels in 12C + 12C thermonuclear fusion (2)
1337 S. Zhu Single neutron-states and the role of the &nu g9/2 orbital in neutron-rich nuclei 65,66Ni 6