VIII International Workshop

Recent Achievements and Future Prospects
June 22 - 25, 2009
Poznań, Poland

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    Poznań is one of the largest Polish cities situated almost in the middle on the line connecting Warsaw and Berlin, on the Warta River. Poznań is the capital, economic and cultural center of the region of Poland called Wielkopolska (Greater Poland). It has almost 20 universities and colleges (academies) and a large proportion of the population are students, which makes the atmosphere in the bars and on the streets youthful and lively. The city is well known for its beautiful old part. More information about Poznań you can find here.


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The Workshop will take place at the Faculty of Physics of AMU in Poznań-Morasko, situated about 10 km north of the Poznań city center (see the City Scheme )

The subject of the VIII Poznań Workshop is broadened combining two key technologies of modern research: lasers and ion storage techniques. This combination has opened new research opportunities for investigations in atomic and nuclear physics, for detection of quantum effects in particle ensembles as well as for precision spectroscopy especially for testing fundamental interactions and symmetries.
           The topics to be discussed are:

      Test of fundamental interactions and symmetries by atomic-physics techniques
      Nuclear properties by use of laser and storing techniques
           - spins, moments, charge radii, masses and nuclear half lives
      Spectroscopic routes to superheavy elements
      Hyperfine fields in simple and complex atoms
      Production and spectroscopy of exotic atoms
      Trace analysis by nuclear fingerprints
      Development and applications of laser ion source; production and use of pure
           isomeric beams using laser ionization
      Development and applications of polarized radioactive beams
      Cooling and trapping techniques for radioactive beams
      Development and applications of gas catchers, ion guides and gas-jets
      Powerful pulsed lasers in nuclear research

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