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AGATA/EURONS (Professor Bo Cederwall)

  The European gamma-ray tracking detector, AGATA, will be an instrument of major importance for nuclear structure studies at the limits of nuclear stability, capable of measuring gamma-radiation in a » more
Development of gamma-ray tracking detectors (Professor Bo Cederwall)

  Gamma-ray detectors are important for basic science, in industry and medicine. State-of-the-art design of Ge detector arrays for nuclear spectroscopy using escape-suppression shields has reached a » more
Experimental studies of nuclear structure at the limits (Professor Bo Cederwall)

  The project concerns experimental studies of nuclear structure in its extreme limits of isospin, angular momentum and deformation, using heavy-ion accelerators. Depopulation of nuclear excited states » more
HyperGamma- Advanced gamma-ray detectors for hypernuclear spectroscopy (Professor Bo Cederwall)

  The HyperGamma project aims at developing a Ge detector array for hypernuclear physics studies with the PANDA detector at the future international FAIR facility. » more
Nuclear medical imaging (Professor Andras Kerek)

Period: 2003-07-01

One of the standard medical imaging modalities is the SPECT technique. SPECT is however tedious and requires a dedicated rotating camera-head with accurate gantry. The Medical Engineering Dept of the » more
Nuclear structure at its extreme and residual interactions (Professor Ramon Wyss)

Period: 1992-06-30 - 2008-06-30

We develop a model to calculate the variety of excitations of atomic nuclei. We collaborate with many experimental groups and our results have led to more than 190 publications (since 1985) in » more
Plutonium and minor actinides management by gas-cooled reactors - PUMA (Professor Janne Wallenius)

Period: 2006-09-01 - 2009-08-31

The High Temperature gas-cooled Reactor (HTR) can fulfil a very useful niche for Pu and Minor Actinide (MA) incineration, due to its unique and unsurpassed safety features, as well as to the » more
Probing nuclear states by means of alpha decay (Professor Ramon Wyss)

Period: 2000-07-01 - 2008-06-30

A new excitation mode has been discovered in atomic nuclei by means of alpha spectroscopy, Nature, Vol. 405 430 (2000). We intend to develop theoretical tools that in a consistent manner can describe » more
Single event upset - soft errors in memory circuits in radiative environment (Professor Andras Kerek)

Period: 1999-07-01

When ionising radiation penetrates a working integrated circuit, the energy deposited creates charges in the stopping material, the silicon of the semiconductor. The charge is collected by the nodes » more
Uranium free fuels for accelerator driven systems: Collaboration on oxide and nitride fuel irradiation and modelling - CONFIRM (Professor Janne Wallenius)

Period: 2000-09-01 - 2008-08-31

Accelerator-driven systems are candidates for burning of uranium-free fuels like nulear waste. As the fraction of waste lost to the secondary waste stream in a multi-recycling strategy decreases with » more


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