Mr Jackson Dowie

Position PhD Student
Department Department of Nuclear Physics
Office phone (02) 612 50609
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Office Nuclear Physics 2 36

Proton-gamma coincidence studies around the N=Z=20 and 28 nuclei

This project seeks to develop and use a new proton-gamma detector system to investigate the level structure of a range of nuclei in the N=Z=20 to 28 region, specifically to determine the electric monopole strengths between 0+ states and invesitgate the presence and degree of shape coexistence in this region.

Mr Jackson Dowie, Dr Tibor Kibedi, Professor Andrew Stuchbery

High precision electron-gamma angular correlation measurements

Electric monopole (E0) transitions between nuclear states with same parity and spin are very sensitive tools to examine structural changes. This project is aiming to develop a new high resolution setup to measure angular correlations between conversion electrons and gamma rays.

Mr Jackson Dowie, Dr Tibor Kibedi, Professor Andrew Stuchbery

High precision electron spectroscopy of electric monopole transitions

The project is aiming to develop a high resolution conversion electron spectrometer to study electric monopole transitions in atomic nuclei. 

Mr Jackson Dowie, Dr Tibor Kibedi, Professor Andrew Stuchbery

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