Priority I and II Experiments Approved at the November 2-3, 2007 ATLAS PAC Meeting

Proposal # PI Name Title Days
993-3 C. Wu Rotational alignment of j15/2 neutron orbitals in the Np isotopes (5)
1046-2 R. Weinstein Continuing Optimization of Pinning Centers: Entanglement and Area Density 2
1113-4 D. Hartley Competition Between the Wobbling Mode and Particle-Hole Excitations: Search for TSD Bands in 167Ta 5
1159-3 D. Seweryniak Core excitations and single-neutron states in 101Sn 10
1163-2 T. Ahn Evolution of the one-phonon mixed-symmetry 2+ state in the spherical-to-axially-deformed shape phase transition in Sm isotopes from inverse-kinematics Coulomb excitation 3
1179X-2 N. R. Patel Experiments to further the understanding of the triple-alpha process in hot astrophysical scenarios 8
1184-2 J. Clark Mass measurements around 92Pd relevant for the rp-process and the new vp-process 7
1185-2 S. Tandel K isomers and collective states in Cf isotopes 5
1186X-2 P. Collon New ion source techniques to reduce 39K and improve sensitivity for measuring 39Ar - a continuation of 39Ar AMS at ATLAS 5
1190-2 M. Notani Spin determination of levels critical to (p, gamma) capture, studied via (d,t) reactions: 27Si(d,t)26Si 3
1194 S. Tabor Structure of N=Z=47, 94Ag, and its exotic decay modes 10
1195X D. G. Sarantites Improvements of HERCULES and Design Tests for SuperHERCULES 2
1197 A.G. Smith Lifetime measurements of excited states in fission fragments 17
1198X J. C. Lighthall Commissioning of the HELIOS spectrometer 4
1199X J. C. Lighthall Commissioning of the HELIOS beam line 6
1200 G. Montagnoli The 60Ni+100Mo fusion excitation function at far sub-barrier energies 5
1202 G. Dracoulis Long-lived isomers and K-forbiddenness in well-deformed and transitional, neutron-rich nuclei 3
1203 D. Jenkins Two photon emission from the 0_2+ state in 98Mo 2
1205X M. Paul Half-life and (gamma, n) production of p-process nuclide 146Sm 4
1207 R. Segel Electroweak interaction tests using trapped Li-8 ions 4
1209 R.C. Pardo Test of the new ATLAS radioactive beam sweeper 2
1210 T. Lauritsen Entry distribution measurement: Probing rotational damping in 194Hg 5
1211X C.J. Lister Precision measurements of electromagnetic matrix elements as a test of AB-Initio calculations in light nuclei: The A=10 systems 4
1212 H.Y. Lee Determination of reaction rates for 18F(a,p)21Ne at T<0.3 GK (5)
1213 A. Hayes Direct measuremnet of the GSB->K=16+ isomer band matrix elements in 178Hf 5
1215 C.L. Jiang A measurement of 12C + 12C at energies of astrophysical interest 2
1216 Z. Liu Study of the spin-gap isomers in 96,97Cd (3)
1217 D. Seweryniak Proton-neutron interactions in 100In (5)
1220 F.G. Kondev Properties of excited states in 75,77Ge and 75,77Se nuclei 4
1222X S. Zhu Production of neutron-rich isotopes in reactions at beam energies well above the Coulomb barrier 3
1223 T.L. Khoo High-K isomer and 1-quasiparticle energies in 255Lr: testing theories of superheavy nuclei 7
1226 J. Clark Precise mass measurement of doubly-magic 56Ni with the Canadian penning trap mass spectrometer (4)
    Total Beam Days 120+(22)
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.
Shown in red is a Gammasphere source experiment which does not require ATLAS beam time.