Nuclei far from the line of stability are a focal point of contemporary nuclear physics. Nuclear structure studies along the proton dripline remain an important component of the scientific program at the ATLAS facility. The Gammasphere gamma-ray array and the Fragment Mass Analyzer offer the unprecedented sensitivity and selectivity required to study nuclei at and beyond the proton dripline. Recent results in proton decay studies, in-beam γ-ray spectroscopy around Sn and studies of proton resonances in light nuclei involved in the astrophysical hydrogen burning are presented. Future prospects in the context of planned and on-going upgrades of ATLAS and experimental apparatus are also briefly discussed.
|Conference||The 4th International Conference on Proton Emitting Nuclei and Related Topics|
|Period||6/06/11 → 10/06/11|