Workshop Poster as pdf-file
We are grateful for the support of the
Helmholtz Institute Mainz and the Reimei program of the
Advanced Science Research Center (ASRC), Joint Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) Tokai, Japan
All topics in the Scope of this workshop shall be discussed and we ask for submission of contributions. Especially welcome are the following topics:
- Results from the scientific program at TASCA and other gas-filled separators
- Heavy element separation in gas-filled separators
- Theoretical modeling of gas-filled separator performance
- Window and target designs for high intensity heavy-ion beams
- Coupling of chemistry devices to gas-filled separators
- Detectors and data acquisition
- α-, γ-, and conversion electron spectroscopy in the focal plane
- in combination with chemistry experiments
- Nuclear structure and stability (half lives, decay modes)
- Nuclear reactions (fusion reactions, target-projectile combinations, cross sections, multi-nucleon transfer products)
- Achievements and perspectives in superheavy element chemistry
The workshop will be held at the
GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung, Darmstadt.
It takes place in the lecture hall in the new office building right beside the
main parking lot (lecture
hall KBW 1.17).
History of the TASCA Workshops
This workshop is the thirteenth in a row following
- CHEMSEP 02, GSI, March 2002
- a second one
(BGS / ChemSep 03 Workshop) held at the LBNL in November 2003 to discuss future activities at the BGS
- TASCA 04, GSI, August 2004
- TASCA 05, University of Oslo, October 2005
- TASCA 06, Technical University Munich, September 2006
- TASCA 07, Congress Centre of Davos, September 2007
- TASCA 08, GSI, October 2008.
- TASCA 09, GSI, October 2009
- TASCA 10, GSI, November 2010
- TASCA 11, GSI, October 2011
- TASCA 12, GSI, September 2012
- TASCA 13, Piaski, Poland, September 2013
- TASCA 14, GSI, Oktober 2014
There will be invited talks as well as oral presentations selected from the submitted contributions.
In the spirit of a workshop, there will also be time allotted for short, spontaneous contributions and ample time for discussions.
All authors – those with invited talks and those submitting an oral contribution – are requested to submit a
short abstract before September 18, 2015.
Send the abstract (a few sentences up to max. one page including the title, author(s), affiliation(s),
figure(s), table(s) and references)
as MS Word or Open Office document as well as a pdf-file to ensure correct character encoding, to email@example.com.
The official language is English.
No fee will be charged for the workshop.
- The deadline for abstract submission is September 18, 2015.
- Authors will be notified until the end of September 2015.
- A preliminary program will be available here approximately at the beginning of October 2015.
- The deadline for registration is October 15, 2015.
Instead of proceedings, we are planning to make copies of all files / transparencies presented during the workshop, and make these available on the workshop website
(subject to author's permission).
Authors are requested to provide the organizers with an electronic file before the end of the workshop.