Phil Woods
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Edinburgh
Nuclei Beyond the Proton Drip-Line

The proton drip-line represents one of the fundamental limits to nuclear existence. Nuclei beyond this point are unbound to the emission of one or more protons from their ground states. The present era has seen remarkable developments in the study of these nuclei, which have resulted in the observation of new phenomena and uniquely detailed insights into the structure of these most exotic nuclei. The current talk will review the state of the field and will anticipate exciting new developments.