Centre of Excellence
NUCLEAR INTERACTIONS AND HADRONIC MATTER
HPD RESEARCH TOPICS
Microscopic description of nuclear properties at low energies
Dynamics of Nuclear Collisions at Low, Intermediate and Relativistic Energies
HPD Research Infrastructure
End of the year Seminar HPD - 2021
After close to 3 years of LS2, yesterday, Wednesday, October 27, 9:20 a.m. first stable beam in LHC, injected from SPS, was obtained.
Please, find attached a screen shot from very first tracks recorded with the upgraded ALICE-TPC.
Worth mentioning that 50% of the Outer Read Out Chambers (OROCs) of ALICE-TPC, based on GEM technology, delivering the information on which such reconstructed tracks are obtained, were assembled and tested in the Hadron Physics Department of IFIN-HH.
An achievement which justify the passion and effort behind!
Considerations on the suppression of charged particles in high energy heavy ion collisions
Amelia Lindner, Amalia Pop
End of the year Seminar HPD, December 05, 2019
40th anniversary of Heavy Ion Physics
Stellar weak interactions rates for exotic proton-rich nuclei in the beyond-mean-field approach
Invited talk at the Indirect Methods in Nuclear Astrophysics, Trento, Italy, November 5-9, 2018
Coexistence phenomena in neutron-rich A~100 nuclei within the beyond-mean-field approach
Invited talk at SSNET 2018, Orsay, France, November 5-9, 2018
NuPECC presentation, October 12, 2018
Exotic phenomena in medium mass N
Z nuclei: a comprehensive understanding
invited talk at Carpathian Summer School of Physics 2018. Exotic Nuclei and Nuclear/Particle Astrophysics (VII). Physics with small accelerators, Sinaia, Romania, July 1-14, 2018
Light up Workshop, 14-16 June, 2018, CERN
Beyond-mean-field description of coexistence phenomena in medium mass N ~ Z nuclei
invited seminar at GANIL, CAEN, Franta, 11 may 2018
Visit of Prof. Dr. Paolo Giubellino
- Scientific Manager Director FAIR - Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research in Europe and GSI Helmholtzzentrum fur Schwerionenforshung - Darmstadt
- Former Spokesperson of ALICE Collaboration at Large Hadron Collider -CERN, Geneva
Summer student program - 2018