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from left to right: Wilfried Nörtershäuser, Bernhard Maaß, Felix Sommer, Aineah Barasa, Rodolfo Sanchez, Jan Krause, Johannes Viering, Jörg Krämer, Konstantin Mohr, Kristian König, Simon Kaufmann, Kei Minamisono (Guest Scientist), Phillip Imgram, Tim Ratajczyk

Laser spectroscopic nuclear chart

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An up-to-date nuclear chart with all isotopes that have been investigated by on-line laser spectroscopy, tables and references is provided here …>

Current News

  • 2018/02/06

    Jan Krause has completed his Master Thesis

    Jan Krause has completed his Master Thesis with the presentation “Isotope Shift of 10,11B in the 2p -> 3s transition determined by Resonance Ionization Mass Spectrometry”. Congratulations!

  • 2018/02/05

    Research stay of Kei Minamisono from NSCL/MSU

    We welcome Kei Minamisono from the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, for a one-week long research stay in our group. He will give a talk entitled “Nuclear structure studies using lasers at NSCL/MSU” in the CRC1245 Colloquium on Thursday February 08th at 1 pm.

  • 2018/01/22

    Installation of a liquid metal ion source at the ALIVE project

    A Liquid Metal Ion Source (LMIS) for the production of indium ions was successfully installed and commissioned at the ALIVE experiment. This ion source was designed and constructed at the TU Dresden and is usually used as an ion thruster for satellites.

  • 2018/01/16

    Annual COLLAPS Collaboration Meeting

    The COLLAPS Collaboration meets at TU Darmstadt

    The COLLAPS Collaboration Meeting was held on January 15-16 in Darmstadt. During the fruitful meeting, results from the beamtimes in 2017 as well as plans for beamtimes in 2018 were discussed.

  • 2017/12/20


    In December the in-kind contracts between FAIR and Sweden were signed. Hence, tenders for the new superconducting magnet for SPECTRAP can be invited.

  • 2017/11/17

    Magnetic moment and quadrupole moment of Fe-53 published

    The measurement of the magnetic dipole moment and the electric quadrupole moment of Fe-53 has been published in Physical Review C. The measurements were performed at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory NSCL with the BECOLA beamline, which has once more demonstrated its large potential for measurements on exotic isotopes.