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Diploma Work in Nuclear Physics
There are many opportunities to do diploma work in the
nuclear physics group.
Some ideas for this year are presented below.
Experimental Nuclear Physics and Detector Development
Contact Bo Cederwall for more information.
Theoretical Nuclear Physics
Contact Ramon Wyss for more information.
Recent Diploma Works in the group are presented
Diploma Work at Nuclear Physics Laboratories Abroad
We can also help to organise diploma work projects at some of the
well known nuclear physics laboratories abroad, for instance in: France:
Institut de Recherches Subatomiques, Strasbourg. Home of EUROBALL
Home of the new accelerator facility for radioactive ion beams SPIRAL and the detector project EXOGAM
Gesellschaft für Schwerionenforschung (GSI), Darmstadt.
Legnaro National Laboratories,
The site of the new accelerator facility for radioactive ion beams REX-ISOLDE
The United States:
Argonne National laboratory, Chicago, Illinois.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, California. Home of
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, USA
RIKEN where the RIKEN RI BEAM FACILITY
is being developed.
New accelerator facilities for unstable, radioactive ion beams are being developed
at GANIL, CERN, and RIKEN (see above) and several other international laboratories..
This new technology will open access to investigations of new important problems in nuclear physics
as well as in many other fields, e.g. solid state physics,
atomic physics, and life sciences.