Priority I and II Experiments Approved at the April 22-23, 2011

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
1343 U. Garg Search for Signatures of Transverse Wobbling in 135Pr 3
1344 P. J. Woods Search for ground-state proton emission from the Tz = -1/2 nuclei 89Rh and 93Ag 5
1345 G. Lotay &gamma-ray spectroscopy measurements of nuclei in the Si-Ca mass region for ONe novae nucleosynthesis 5
1346 C. Bauer Measurement of the quadrupole moments Q of the first excited 2+1 states in 130,132,134,136Ba using the reorientation technique in Coulomb excitation (5)
1347 W. Ma Search for triaxial strongly deformed bands and wobbling excitations in 164Hf 6
1348 C. Deibel A Study of the 22Mg(&alpha,p)25Al Reaction in X-Ray Bursts 7
1349 W. Kwok Effect of Heavy Ion Irradiation Induced Columnar Defects on Commercial High Temperature Superconducting Tapes and Wires 2
1350 R. Pardo Actinide Neutron Cross Sections Relevant to Advanced Fuel Cycles via Accelerator Mass Spectroscopy 6
1352 G. Rainovski Study of the origin of the low-lying M1 strength: search for the one-phonon mixed-symmetry 2+1,ms state of 204Hg in an inverse-kinematics Coulomb excitation experiment 1
1355 D. Shetty A new measurement of the pair decay branch of 0+ (Ex = 7.654 MeV) excited state in 12C 7
1356 W. Loveland Measurement of PCN for Hot Fusion Reactions 2
1357 A. Wuosmaa Study of 14B: 13B(d,p)14B 9
1358 D. Hartley Search for the Wobbling Mode in Z = 75 171Re 3
1359 D. Yun High Energy Xe Irradiation Study of Monolithic U-10Mo 3
1364 W. Reviol In-beam spectroscopy of 224U 8
1365 C. L. Jiang Fusion measurements of 12C + 12C at energies of astrophysical interest II 6
1366 T. Ahn Testing Shell Stabilization at N = 80; measuring the g factor of the 2+1 state of 138Ce (2)
1367 M. Alcorta 15C transfer cross sections using Gammasphere 3
1368 P. Chowdhury K-Isomers and Collective Excitations in 248,250Cf 6
1371x A. Couture Test and Validation of the APOLLO array in HELIOS: An instrument to study gamma-ray outputs in transfer reactions 3
1372 C. Deibel Studying (3He,d) reactions with HELIOS: Commissioning the HELIOS gas target and the measurement of states in 26Si important for 26Al nucleosynthesis 2
1373 H. Fynbo Determining the &beta-decay branch of 12B to the Hoyle state in 12C using Gammasphere 5
1375 F. Kondev K-Isomers and Enhanced Stability of 254Rf 10
1376 D. Seweryniak The 108Xe-104Te-100Sn super-allowed alpha-decay chain 6
1380x M. Carpenter Commissioning Experiments for Digital Gammasphere 4
1382 C. Hoffman From the valley to the island of inversion: Detailed spectroscopy of 26Ne 3
1383x S. Pain Coupling the ORRUBA and Gammasphere arrays: a request for equipment development beam time 4
1386x M. Carpenter Lifetime Measurements with Gammasphere and LaBr(Ce) Detectors 2
1388 P. Mumm Measurement of 3He to 4He Ratios in Isotopically Purified Helium 4