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  • 2019/11/04

    Simon Kaufmann defends his PhD thesis successfully

    Simon Kaufmann defended his Dissertation entitled „Laser Spectroscopy of Nickel Isotopes with a new Data Acquisition System at ISOLDE“ and passed the oral exam. Congratulations from the whole team!

  • 2019/10/28

    Phillip Imgram and Kristian König received Giersch Awards

    Dr. Kristian König (on the left photo) receives the Outstanding Doctoral Thesis Award and Phillip Imgram (right) the Giersch Excellence Grant from Mrs. Karin Giersch. Photo: W. Nörtershäuser

    Phillip Imgram received a Giersch Excellence Grant for his outstanding work performed during the last academic year. He has carried out high-precision measurements of isotope shifts in stable barium isotopes with accuracy as high as in ion trap measurements. Dr. Kristian König was granted a “Giersch-Award for an Outstanding Doctoral Thesis”. The price ceremony took place at the FIAS in Frankfurt.

  • 2019/10/25

    Kristian König receives Gerhard Herzberg Research Award

    Photo: W. Nörtershäuser, TU Darmstadt

    The Gerhard Herzberg Research Award 2019 was awarded to Dr. Kristian König for his doctoral thesis entitled “Laser-Based High-Voltage Metrology with ppm Accuracy”. The price ceremony was embedded into the graduation ceremony of the faculty. The photo shows Kristian during his price-winner talk.

  • 2019/10/22

    GSI-FAIR PhD Price awarded to Kristian König

    Daniel Sälzer (left) and Prof. Karlheinz Langanke (right) hand the Price Certificate over to Dr. Kristian König. Photo: G. Otto, GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung

    Dr. Kristian König has received the FAIR-GSI-PhD Award for his doctoral thesis entitled “Laser-Based High-Voltage Metrology with ppm Accuracy”. The price is donated by the Pfeiffer Vacuum AG. Professor Karlheinz Langanke, Research Director of GSI and FAIR and Daniel Sälzer – CEO of Pfeiffer Vacuum, turned the certificate over to Kristian König at the GSI Colloquium on October 22th.

  • 2019/09/20

    New Technique for Laser Spectroscopy on Highly Charged Ions Demonstrated

    Our paper „Application of the Continuous Stern-Gerlach Effect for Laser Spectroscopy of the 40Ar13+ Fine Structure in a Penning Trap“ by A. Egl et al. has been published in Physical Review Letters. This work has been carried out in collaboration with the group of Sven Sturm from the Max-Planck-Institute for Nuclear Physics in Heidelberg and reports on a new laser spectroscopy technique to measure M1 transitions on single highly charged ion in a Penning trap by detecting the laser-induced spin flip using the continuous Stern-Gerlach effect.

  • 2019/08/19

    First results from the optical detection system at CRYRING published

    First results from CRYRING obtained with the new optical detection region from Münster University and our data acquisition system have been published in the article “Towards laser spectroscopy of 24Mg+ ions at CRYRING@ESR” which appeared in X-Ray Spectroscopy as a proceeding to the HCI conference 2018.

  • 2019/07/31

    Charge radii of zinc isotopes published

    Our paper “Nuclear charge radii of 62−80Zn and their dependence on cross-shell proton excitations” by Xie et al. has been published in Physics Letters B. It contains information on the charge radii of 19 nuclear ground states and 6 isomers.

  • 2019/07/08

    Tim Lellinger has completed his Master Thesis

    Tim Lellinger has completed his Master Thesis with the presentation “Ion production by pulsed laser ablation in a helium atmosphere". Congratulations!

  • 2019/06/17

    Tobias Gesser has completed his Bachelor Thesis

    Tobias Gesser has completed his Bachelor Thesis with the presentation “Stabilizing a diode laser to Rb transitions using doppler-free frequency modulated saturation spectroscopy". Congratulations!

  • 2019/06/12

    Measurements on neutron-deficient Pr isotopes published

    Our article “Hyperfine structure and nuclear magnetic moments of the praseodymium isotopes Pr-135,136,137” has been published in Hyperfine Interactions.