Priority I and II Experiments Approved at the December 14-15, 2012

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
1310-2 W. Loveland Measurement of Survival Probabilities in Hot Fusion Reactions 6
1371x-2 A. Couture Full Test and Validation of the APOLLO Gamma Array in HELIOS 1
1373-2 M. Alcorta Independent measurement of the radiative branching ratio of the Hoyle state in 12C using Gammasphere 6
1375-2 F. Kondev K-Isomers and enhanced stability of 254Rf (II) (10)
1413-2 G. Hackman What is the energy of the 2+ state in 88Se? (2)
1430-2 A. Perez-Galvan Electroweak interaction tests using trapped 8B ions 6
1444 P.J. Woods Ground and isomeric branches of the cosmic gamma-ray emitter 26Al for the 25Mg(p,gamma) reaction at Ep = 92 keV 3
1445 W. Kwok Critical Current Enhancement and Anisotropy Reduction in Iron-Based Superconductors and YBCO Coated-conductors 2
1448 C.Y. Wu Octupole Strength in Neutron-Rich Nuclei near A~140: Multi-step Coulomb Excitation of 144Ba with Re-accelerated CARIBU Beams 12
1450 G. Lotay Investigating the astrophysical s process with Gammasphere: Gamma-ray spectroscopy of 26Mg (4)
1453 W. Korten Shape coexistence in 100Zr studied by low-energy Coulomb excitation 7
1454 J. Cizewski Developing the (d,pg) reaction as a surrogate for (n,g) in inverse kinematics: 95Mo(d,pg) with Gammasphere 5
1455 B. Kay The (d,p) reaction on 134Te 16
1456x A. Wuosmaa Commissioning of implanted 3H target for HELIOS 3
1457 J. Rissanen Beta-decay studies of neutron-rich Zr and Y isotopes near the neutron mid-shell 9
1462 M. Albers Shape dynamics in neutron-rich Kr isotopes: Coulomb excitation of the exotic nucleus 90Kr (14)
1464 N. Scielzo Precision Beta-delayed Neutron Spectroscopy at CARIBU Using Trapped Ions 15
1465 T. Ahn Study of Isobaric Analog States of 133Sn using elastic proton scattering with CARIBU 15
1467 C. Chiara Collectivity and the nature of the 2511-keV 0+3 state in 68Ni 7
1468 M. Carpenter Study of Non-Yrast States in 100,102Zr following beta decay of 100,102Y 5
1471 M. Flores Study of the beta delayed neutron emission with VANDLE at CARIBU (8)
1474x R. Segel Test of the production and trapping of 20Na at the BPT: preparation for next generation mass 8 beta-neutrino correlation and 8B neutrino spectrum measurements 3
1475x G. Savard Performance evaluation of a new high-frequency gas catcher for light masses 3
1477 A. Sonzogni Possible low-spin state in 104Tc and its implications for decay heat (3)
1480 F. Kondev Discovery and Properties of New Isotopes using Mass and Decay Measurements at CARIBU 14
1481 N. Paul Mass Measurements of Neutron-rich Nuclei Influential to r-Process Abundances 30
1482x C. Deibel Development of intermediate mass radioactive ion beams via two-neutron transfer for use with HELIOS 4
1484 S. Pain Measurements of (d,p gamma) on neutron-rich Xe and Te with CARIBU beams 7