A paper by theory group on structure of 129Xe and 199Hg
A paper on theoretical study of “Large-scale shell-model calculations of nuclear Schiff moments of 129Xe and 199Hg” was published in Phys.Rev.C.
CRIB paper was selected as a Physical Review C 50th Anniversary Milestone
A paper from CRIB facility titled “α-resonance structure in 11C studied via resonant scattering of 7Be+α and with the 7Be(α,p) reaction” was selected as one of the “50th Anniversary Milestones of Physical Review C”. The collection includes 37 papers published in Physical Review C in the last 50 years, and the papers “remain central to developments in the field of nuclear physics” and “announce major discoveries or open up new avenues of research”.
Selected Paper: Yamaguchi et al., Phys. Rev. C 87, 034303 (2013)
New Publication: Mapping of a New Deformation Region around <sup>62</sup>Ti
A new article “Mapping of a New Deformation Region aound 62Ti” was published in Physical Review Letter (Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 122501 (2020)).
Press Release: “Mapping the center of atoms - Titanium isotopes reveal unexpected stability of trapped neutrons inside nuclei”
CRIB article in Nuclear Physics News
An article on CRIB facility titled “CRIB: The Low Energy In-Flight RI Beam Separator” was published in the latest issue of Nuclear Physics News.
PR: A Paper from SHARAQ
A paper from SHARAQ facility, titled “How Different is the Core of 25F from 24Og.s.?” was published in Physical Review Letter.
This paper is based on the dissertation work by Dr. Ryan Tang (Tang, Tsz Leung), a former student at CNS.
Link to the press release article at RIKEN
December issue of JPS Membership Journal has article on research on new magic nature of nucleon number 34. The experiment was carried out at SHARAQ facility at CNS.
A paper on “Underlying Structure of Collective Bands and Self-Organization in Quantum Systems” was accepted to Physical Review Letters!
Paper on shell model code KSHELL is published online.
A paper on detector used in CRIB facility was published.
A paper on “Double magic number in Ni-78” has been published in Nature. Some members of CNS contributes to this papers theoretically as well as experimentally.