Saul Beceiro-Novo

@udc.es

Investigador Ramon y Cajal. Departamento Fisica y ciencias de la tierra
Universidade da Coruña



                 

https://researchid.co/saulbeceiro

RESEARCH, TEACHING, or OTHER INTERESTS

Nuclear and High Energy Physics, Radiation, Physics and Astronomy

74

Scopus Publications

1407

Scholar Citations

20

Scholar h-index

38

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Scopus Publications

  • Evolution of the nuclear spin-orbit splitting explored via the <sup>32</sup>Si(d,p)<sup>33</sup>Si reaction using SOLARIS
    J. Chen, B.P. Kay, C.R. Hoffman, T.L. Tang, I.A. Tolstukhin, D. Bazin, R.S. Lubna, Y. Ayyad, S. Beceiro-Novo, B.J. Coombes,et al.

    Elsevier BV

  • New insight into knockout reactions from the two-proton halo nucleus Ne 17
    F. Wamers, C. Lehr, J. Marganiec-Gałązka, F. Aksouh, Yu. Aksyutina, H. Álvarez-Pol, L. Atar, T. Aumann, S. Beceiro-Novo, C. A. Bertulani,et al.

    American Physical Society (APS)

  • Diverse mechanisms in proton knockout reactions from the Borromean nucleus <sup>17</sup>Ne
    F. Wamers, C. Lehr, J. Marganiec-Gałązka, F. Aksouh, Yu. Aksyutina, H. Alvarez-Pol, L. Atar, T. Aumann, S. Beceiro-Novo, C. A. Bertulani,et al.

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    AbstractNucleon knockout experiments using beryllium or carbon targets reveal a strong dependence of the quenching factors, i.e., the ratio ($$\\hbox {R}_{\\textrm{s}}$$ R s ) of theoretical to the experimental spectroscopic factors ($$\\hbox {C}^2{\\textrm{S}}$$ C 2 S ), on the proton-neutron asymmetry in the nucleus under study. However, this dependence is greatly reduced when a hydrogen target is used. To understand this phenomenon, exclusive $$^{1}\\text {H}(^{17}\\text {Ne},$$ 1 H ( 17 Ne , $$2\\hbox {p}~^{16}\\text {F})$$ 2 p 16 F ) and inclusive $$^{12}\\text {C}(^{17}\\text {Ne},2\\hbox {p}~^{16}\\text {F})\\hbox {X}$$ 12 C ( 17 Ne , 2 p 16 F ) X , $$^{12}\\text {C}(^{17}\\text {Ne},$$ 12 C ( 17 Ne , $$^{16}\\text {F})\\hbox {X}$$ 16 F ) X as well as $$^{1}\\text {H}(^{17}\\text {Ne},^{16}\\text {F})\\hbox {X}$$ 1 H ( 17 Ne , 16 F ) X (X-denotes undetected reaction products) reactions with $$^{16}\\text {F}$$ 16 F in the ground and excited states were analysed. The longitudinal momentum distribution of $$^{16}{\\textrm{F}}$$ 16 F and the correlations between the detached protons were studied. In the case of the carbon target, there is a significant deviation from the predictions of the eikonal model. The eikonal approximation was used to extract spectroscopic factor values $$\\hbox {C}^2{\\textrm{S}}$$ C 2 S . The experimental $$\\hbox {C}^2\\hbox {S}$$ C 2 S value obtained with C target is markedly lower than that for H target. This is interpreted as rescattering due to simultaneous nucleon knockout from both reaction partners, $$^{17}\\text {Ne}$$ 17 Ne and $$^{12}\\text {C}$$ 12 C .

  • β+ Gamow-Teller Strengths from Unstable O 14 via the (d, He 2) Reaction in Inverse Kinematics
    S. Giraud, J. C. Zamora, R. G. T. Zegers, D. Bazin, Y. Ayyad, S. Bacca, S. Beceiro-Novo, B. A. Brown, A. Carls, J. Chen,et al.

    American Physical Society (APS)
    For the first time, the $(d,{}^2\\text{He})$ reaction was successfully used in inverse kinematics to extract the Gamow-Teller transition strength in the $\\beta^{+}$ direction from an unstable nucleus. The nucleus studied was $^{14}$O, and the Gamow-Teller transition strength to $^{14}$N was extracted up to an excitation energy of 22 MeV. The measurement of the $(d,{}^2\\text{He})$ reaction in inverse kinematics was made possible by the combination of an active target time projection chamber and a magnetic spectrometer. The data were used to test shell-model and state-of-the-art coupled cluster calculations. Shell-model calculations reproduce the measured Gamow-Teller strength distribution up to about 15 MeV reasonably well, after the application of a phenomenological quenching factor. Coupled-cluster calculation reproduces the full strength distribution well without such quenching, owing to the large model space, the inclusion of strong correlations, and the coupling of the weak interaction to two nucleons through two-body currents. This indicates that such calculations provide a very promising path for answering long-standing questions about the observed quenching of Gamow-Teller strengths in nuclei.

  • A new Time-of-flight detector for the R <sup>3</sup> B setup
    M. Heil, A. Kelić-Heil, L. Bott, T. Almusidi, H. Alvarez-Pol, L. Atar, L. Atkins, T. Aumann, J. Benlliure, K. Boretzky,et al.

    Springer Science and Business Media LLC
    AbstractWe present the design, prototype developments and test results of the new time-of-flight detector (ToFD) which is part of the R$$^3$$ 3 B experimental setup at GSI and FAIR, Darmstadt, Germany. The ToFD detector is able to detect heavy-ion residues of all charges at relativistic energies with a relative energy precision $$\\sigma _{\\varDelta E}/{\\varDelta E}$$ σ Δ E / Δ E of up to 1% and a time precision of up to 14 ps (sigma). Together with an elaborate particle-tracking system, the full identification of relativistic ions from hydrogen up to uranium in mass and nuclear charge is possible.

  • Systematic study of Δ (1232) resonance excitations using single isobaric charge-exchange reactions induced by medium-mass projectiles of Sn
    J. L. Rodríguez-Sánchez, J. Benlliure, I. Vidaña, H. Lenske, J. Vargas, C. Scheidenberger, H. Alvarez-Pol, J. Atkinson, T. Aumann, Y. Ayyad,et al.

    American Physical Society (APS)
    The fragment separator FRS has been for the first time used to measure the ( n, p ) and ( p, n )-type isobaric charge-exchange cross sections of stable 112 , 124 Sn isotopes accelerated at 1 A GeV with an uncertainty of 3% and to separate quasi-elastic and inelastic components in the missing-energy spectra of the ejectiles a . The inelastic contribution can be associated to the excitation of isobar ∆(1232) resonances and to the pion emission in s-wave, both in the target and projectile nuclei, while the quasi-elastic contribution is associated to the nuclear spin-isospin response of nucleon-hole excitations. The data lead to interesting results where we observe a clear quenching of the quasi-elastic component and their comparisons to theoretical calculations demonstrate that the baryonic resonances can be excited in the target and projectile nuclei. To go further in this investigation, we propose to study the excitation of baryonic resonances taking advantage of the combination of high-resolving power magnetic spectrometers with the WASA calorimeter. These new measurements will allow us to determine the momenta of the ejectiles and pions emitted in coincidence after the single isobaric charge-exchange collisions, providing us unique opportunities to study the evolution of the baryonic resonance dynamics with the neutron-proton asymmetry through the use of exotic radioactive ion beams.

  • Unveiling the two-proton halo character of <sup>17</sup>Ne: Exclusive measurement of quasi-free proton-knockout reactions
    C. Lehr, F. Wamers, F. Aksouh, Yu. Aksyutina, H. Álvarez-Pol, L. Atar, T. Aumann, S. Beceiro-Novo, C.A. Bertulani, K. Boretzky,et al.

    Elsevier BV

  • Beam particle identification and tagging of incompletely stripped heavy beams with HEIST
    A. K. Anthony, C. Y. Niu, R. S. Wang, J. Wieske, K. W. Brown, Z. Chajecki, W. G. Lynch, Y. Ayyad, J. Barney, T. Baumann,et al.

    AIP Publishing
    A challenge preventing successful inverse kinematics measurements with heavy nuclei that are not fully stripped is identifying and tagging the beam particles. For this purpose, the HEavy ISotope Tagger (HEIST) has been developed. HEIST utilizes two micro-channel plate timing detectors to measure the time-of-flight, a multi-sampling ion chamber to measure energy loss, and a high-purity germanium detector to identify isomer decays and calibrate the isotope identification system. HEIST has successfully identified 198Pb and other nearby nuclei at energies of about 75 MeV/A. In the experiment discussed, a typical cut containing 89% of all 198Pb80+ in the beam had a purity of 86%. We examine the issues of charge state contamination. The observed charge state populations of these ions are presented and, using an adjusted beam energy, are well described by the charge state model GLOBAL.

  • Isotopic cross sections of fragmentation residues produced by light projectiles on carbon near
    J. M. Boillos, D. Cortina-Gil, J. Benlliure, J. L. Rodríguez-Sánchez, H. Alvarez-Pol, L. Atar, T. Aumann, V. V. Avdeichikov, S. Beceiro-Novo, D. Bemmerer,et al.

    American Physical Society (APS)
    We measured 135 cross sections of residual nuclei produced in fragmentation reactions of 12 C, 14 N, and 13 − 16 , 20 , 22 O projectiles impinging on a carbon target at kinetic energies of near 400 A MeV, most of them for the first time, with the R 3 B / LAND setup at the GSI facility in Darmstadt (Germany). The use of this state-of-the-art experimental setup in combination with the inverse kinematics technique gave the full identification in atomic and mass numbers of fragmentation residues with a high precision. The cross sections of these residues were determined with uncertainties below 20% for most of the cases. These data are compared to other previous measurements with stable isotopes and are also used to benchmark different model calculations.

  • Neutron capture cross sections of light neutron-rich nuclei relevant for -process nucleosynthesis
    A. Bhattacharyya, Ushasi Datta, A. Rahaman, S. Chakraborty, T. Aumann, S. Beceiro-Novo, K. Boretzky, C. Caesar, B. V. Carlson, W. N. Catford,et al.

    American Physical Society (APS)
    The measurements of neutron capture cross sections of neutron-rich nuclei are challenging but essential for understanding nucleosynthesis and stellar evolution processes in the explosive burning scenario. In the quest of r -process abundances, according to the neutrino-driven-wind model, light neutron-rich unstable nuclei may play a significant role as seed nuclei that influence the abundance pattern. Hence, experimental data for neutron capture cross sections of neutron-rich nuclei are needed. Coulomb dissociation of radioactive ion beams at intermediate energy is a powerful indirect method for inferring capture cross section. As a test case for validation of the indirect method, the neutron capture cross section ( n , γ ) for C 14 was inferred from the Coulomb dissociation of C 15 at intermediate energy ( 600 A MeV). A comparison between different theoretical approaches and experimental results for the reaction is discussed. We report for the first time experimental reaction cross sections of Na 28 ( n , γ ) Na 29 , Na 29 ( n , γ ) Na 30 , Mg 32 ( n , γ ) Mg 33 , and Al 34 ( n , γ ) Al 35 . The reaction cross sections were inferred indirectly through Coulomb dissociation of Na 29 , 30 , Mg 33 , and Al 35 at incident projectile energies around 400–430 A MeV using the FRS-LAND setup at GSI, Darmstadt. The neutron capture cross sections were obtained from the photoabsorption cross sections with the aid of the detailed balance theorem. The reaction rates for the neutron-rich Na, Mg, Al nuclei at typical r -process temperatures were obtained from the measured ( n , γ ) capture cross sections. The measured neutron capture reaction rates of the neutron-rich nuclei, Na 28 , Na 29 , and Al 34 are significantly lower than those predicted by the Hauser-Feshbach decay model. A similar trend was observed earlier for C 17 and N 19 but in the case of C 14 ( n , γ ) C 15 the trend is opposite. The situation is more complicated when the ground state has a multi-particle-hole configuration. For Mg 32 , the measured cross section is about 40 – 90 % higher than the Hauser-Feshbach prediction.

  • Isobaric charge-exchange reactions: A tool to study the excitation of baryonic resonances in exotic nuclear matter
    J L Rodríguez-Sánchez, J Benlliure, E Haettner, C Scheidenberger, J Vargas, Y Ayyad, H Alvarez-Pol, J Atkinson, T Aumann, S Beceiro-Novo,et al.

    IOP Publishing
    Abstract Isobaric charge-exchange reactions induced by beams of 112Sn have been investigated at the GSI facility using the fragment separator FRS. The high-resolving power of this spectrometer makes it possible to obtain the isobaric charge-exchange cross sections with an uncertainty of 3.5% and to separate quasi-elastic and inelastic contributions in the missing-energy spectra, in which the inelastic component is associated to the in-medium excitation of baryonic resonances such as the Δ resonance. We report on the results obtained for the (p,n) channel excited by using different targets that cover a large range in neutron excess. In addition, we also compare the missing-energy spectra with an intranuclear cascade model coupled to a de-excitation code to investigate the in-medium effects in the production of baryonic resonances.

  • Excitation of baryonic resonances in stable medium-mass nuclei of Sn
    J L Rodríguez-Sánchez, J Benlliure, E Haettner, C Scheidenberger, J Vargas, Y Ayyad, H Alvarez-Pol, J Atkinson, T Aumann, S Beceiro-Novo,et al.

    IOP Publishing
    Abstract Isobaric charge-exchange reactions induced by beams of 112Sn have been investigated at the GSI facilities using the fragment separator FRS. The high-resolving power of this spectrometer makes it possible to obtain the isobaric charge-exchange cross sections with an accuracy of 3% and to separate quasi-elastic and inelastic contributions in the missing-energy spectra, in which the inelastic component is associated to the in-medium excitation of baryonic resonances such as the Δ resonance. We report on the results obtained for the (p,n) and (n,p) channels excited by using different targets that cover a large range in neutron excess.

  • First Direct Measurement of Mg 22 (α,p) Al 25 and Implications for X-Ray Burst Model-Observation Comparisons
    J. S. Randhawa, Y. Ayyad, W. Mittig, Z. Meisel, T. Ahn, S. Aguilar, H. Alvarez-Pol, D. W. Bardayan, D. Bazin, S. Beceiro-Novo,et al.

    Physical Review Letters American Physical Society (APS)

  • Probing the Z = 6 spin-orbit shell gap with (p,2p) quasi-free scattering reactions
    I. Syndikus, M. Petri, A.O. Macchiavelli, S. Paschalis, C.A. Bertulani, T. Aumann, H. Alvarez-Pol, L. Atar, S. Beceiro-Novo, J. Benlliure,et al.

    Elsevier BV

  • Low energy nuclear physics with active targets and time projection chambers
    D. Bazin, T. Ahn, Y. Ayyad, S. Beceiro-Novo, A.O. Macchiavelli, W. Mittig, and J.S. Randhawa

    Elsevier BV

  • Study of Δ excitations in medium-mass nuclei with peripheral heavy ion charge-exchange reactions
    J.L. Rodríguez-Sánchez, J. Benlliure, I. Vidaña, H. Lenske, C. Scheidenberger, J. Vargas, H. Alvarez-Pol, J. Atkinson, T. Aumann, Y. Ayyad,et al.

    Elsevier BV

  • Erratum: Direct Observation of Proton Emission in Be 11 (Physical Review Letters (2019) 123 (082501) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.123.082501)
    Y. Ayyad, B. Olaizola, W. Mittig, G. Potel, V. Zelevinsky, M. Horoi, S. Beceiro-Novo, M. Alcorta, C. Andreoiu, T. Ahn,et al.

    American Physical Society (APS)
    This corrects the article DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.123.082501.

  • Next-generation experiments with the Active Target Time Projection Chamber (AT-TPC)
    Y. Ayyad, N. Abgrall, T. Ahn, H. Álvarez-Pol, D. Bazin, S. Beceiro-Novo, L. Carpenter, R.J. Cooper, M. Cortesi, A.O. Macchiavelli,et al.

    Elsevier BV

  • Beam-induced space-charge effects in time projection chambers in low-energy nuclear physics experiments
    J.S. Randhawa, M. Cortesi, Y. Ayyad, W. Mittig, T. Ahn, D. Bazin, S. Beceiro-Novo, L. Carpenter, K.J. Cook, M. Dasgupta,et al.

    Elsevier BV

  • Direct Observation of Proton Emission in Be 11
    Y. Ayyad, B. Olaizola, W. Mittig, G. Potel, V. Zelevinsky, M. Horoi, S. Beceiro-Novo, M. Alcorta, C. Andreoiu, T. Ahn,et al.

    American Physical Society (APS)
    The elusive β^{-}p^{+} decay was observed in ^{11}Be by directly measuring the emitted protons and their energy distribution for the first time with the prototype Active Target Time Projection Chamber in an experiment performed at ISAC-TRIUMF. The measured β^{-}p^{+} branching ratio is orders of magnitude larger than any previous theoretical model predicted. This can be explained by the presence of a narrow resonance in ^{11}B above the proton separation energy.

  • Quasi-free neutron and proton knockout reactions from light nuclei in a wide neutron-to-proton asymmetry range
    M. Holl, V. Panin, H. Alvarez-Pol, L. Atar, T. Aumann, S. Beceiro-Novo, J. Benlliure, C.A. Bertulani, J.M. Boillos, K. Boretzky,et al.

    Elsevier BV

  • Structure of Be 13 studied in proton knockout from B 14
    G. Ribeiro, E. Nácher, O. Tengblad, P. Díaz Fernández, Y. Aksyutina, H. Alvarez-Pol, L. Atar, T. Aumann, V. Avdeichikov, S. Beceiro-Novo,et al.

    American Physical Society (APS)
    The neutron-unbound isotope Be-13 has been studied in several experiments using different reactions, different projectile energies, and different experimental setups. There is, however, no real consensus in the interpretation of the data, in particular concerning the structure of the low-lying excited states. Gathering new experimental information, which may reveal the Be-13 structure, is a challenge, particularly in light of its bridging role between Be-12, where the N = 8 neutron shell breaks down, and the Borromean halo nucleus Be-14. The purpose of the present study is to investigate the role of bound excited states in the reaction product Be-12 after proton knockout from B-14, by measuring coincidences between Be-12, neutrons, and gamma rays originating from de-excitation of states fed by neutron decay of Be-13. The Be-13 isotopes were produced in proton knockout from a 400 MeV/nucleon B-14 beam impinging on a CH2 target. The Be-12-n relative-energy spectrum d sigma/dE(fn) was obtained from coincidences between Be-12(g.s.) and a neutron, and also as threefold coincidences by adding gamma rays, from the de-excitation of excited states in Be-12. Neutron decay from the first 5/2(+) state in Be-13 to the 2(+) state in Be-12 at 2.11 MeV is confirmed. An energy independence of the proton-knockout mechanism is found from a comparison with data taken with a 35 MeV/nucleon B-14 beam. A low-lying p-wave resonance in Be-13(1/2(-)) is confirmed by comparing proton- and neutron-knockout data from B-14 and Be-14.

  • Enhanced collectivity in <sup>12</sup>Be
    C. Morse, E.A. McCutchan, H. Iwasaki, C.J. Lister, V.M. Bader, D. Bazin, S. Beceiro Novo, P. Chowdhury, A. Gade, T.D. Johnson,et al.

    Elsevier BV

  • Strong Neutron Pairing in core+4n Nuclei
    A. Revel, F. M. Marqués, O. Sorlin, T. Aumann, C. Caesar, M. Holl, V. Panin, M. Vandebrouck, F. Wamers, H. Alvarez-Pol,et al.

    American Physical Society (APS)
    The emission of neutron pairs from the neutron-rich N=12 isotones ^{18}C and ^{20}O has been studied by high-energy nucleon knockout from ^{19}N and ^{21}O secondary beams, populating unbound states of the two isotones up to 15 MeV above their two-neutron emission thresholds. The analysis of triple fragment-n-n correlations shows that the decay ^{19}N(-1p)^{18}C^{*}→^{16}C+n+n is clearly dominated by direct pair emission. The two-neutron correlation strength, the largest ever observed, suggests the predominance of a ^{14}C core surrounded by four valence neutrons arranged in strongly correlated pairs. On the other hand, a significant competition of a sequential branch is found in the decay ^{21}O(-1n)^{20}O^{*}→^{18}O+n+n, attributed to its formation through the knockout of a deeply bound neutron that breaks the ^{16}O core and reduces the number of pairs.

  • GET: A generic electronics system for TPCs and nuclear physics instrumentation
    E.C. Pollacco, G.F. Grinyer, F. Abu-Nimeh, T. Ahn, S. Anvar, A. Arokiaraj, Y. Ayyad, H. Baba, M. Babo, P. Baron,et al.

    Elsevier BV

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Evolution of the nuclear spin-orbit splitting explored via the 32Si (d, p) 33Si reaction using SOLARIS
    J Chen, BP Kay, CR Hoffman, TL Tang, IA Tolstukhin, D Bazin, RS Lubna, ...
    Physics Letters B, 138678 2024

  • Diverse mechanisms in proton knockout reactions from the Borromean nucleus
    F Wamers, C Lehr, J Marganiec-Gałązka, F Aksouh, Y Aksyutina, ...
    The European Physical Journal A 59 (7), 154 2023

  • Gamow-Teller Strengths from Unstable via the Reaction in Inverse Kinematics
    S Giraud, JC Zamora, RGT Zegers, D Bazin, Y Ayyad, S Bacca, ...
    Physical Review Letters 130 (23), 232301 2023

  • 11B proton resonance via 11Be beta decay
    Y Ayyad, S Beceiro Novo
    Bulletin of the American Physical Society 68 2023

  • Recent results from the Active Target Time Projection Chamber
    D Bazin, Y Ayyad, W Mittig, B Kay, C Santamaria, J Chen, S Beceiro-Novo, ...
    APS Meeting Abstracts, 3WAA. 001 2023

  • Studying Fission Cross Sections near 198Pb with AT-TPC at FRIB
    C Hunt, A Anthony, C Niu, R Wang, J Wieske, K Brown, Z Chajecki, ...
    APS Meeting Abstracts, L04. 004 2023

  • Identification of heavy isotope beams with multiple charge states
    A Anthony, C Niu, R Wang, J Wieske, Z Chajecki, W Lynch, ...
    APS Meeting Abstracts, 2WGB. 003 2023

  • Measuring the Isoscalar Giant Monopole Resonance in 70Ni with the S800 Spectrometer
    T Ahn, J Randhawa, J Arroyo, Y Ayyad, D Bazin, S Beceiro-Novo, J Chen, ...
    Bulletin of the American Physical Society 67 2022

  • Study of 11Be excited states via the 10Be(d,p) reaction in SOLARIS with the AT-TPC
    M Serikow, D Bazin, N Rijal, J Chen, W Mittig, S Beceiro-Novo, Y Ayyad, ...
    Bulletin of the American Physical Society 67 2022

  • Extraction of Gamow-Teller Strength via the (d,2He) Reaction in Inverse Kinematics
    Z Rahman, Z Rahman, S Giraud, R Zegers, J Zamora, D Bazin, M DeNudt, ...
    Bulletin of the American Physical Society 67 2022

  • Beam particle identification and tagging of incompletely stripped heavy beams
    A Anthony, C Niu, R Wang, J Wieske, Z Chajecki, W Lynch, Y Ayyad, ...
    Bulletin of the American Physical Society 67 2022

  • Constraining stellar electron-capture rates.
    S Giraud, R Zegers, J Zamora, Z Rahman, M DeNudt, D Bazin, Y Ayyad, ...
    Bulletin of the American Physical Society 67 2022

  • Impact of Facilitation in the Learning Process in STEM
    S Beceiro-Novo, O Azucena, CN Carrin
    2022

  • Recommendations from 20 Years of Professional Development of Early-Career Scientists and Engineers
    L Hunter, AJ Metevier, B Kluger-Bell, S Seagroves, TK Quan, ...
    2022

  • Systematic study of (1232) resonance excitations using single isobaric charge-exchange reactions induced by medium-mass projectiles of Sn
    JL Rodriguez-Sanchez, J Benlliure, I Vidana, H Lenske, J Vargas, ...
    Physical Review C 106 (1), 014618 2022

  • Characterization of muon and electron beams in the Paul Scherrer Institute PiM1 channel for the MUSE experiment
    E Cline, W Lin, P Roy, PE Reimer, KE Mesick, A Akmal, A Alie, H Atac, ...
    Physical Review C 105 (5), 055201 2022

  • Determination of the decay width of a near-threshold proton-emitting resonance in B
    Y Ayyad, J Surbrook, S Freeman, JC Zamora, D Bazin, H Alvarez-Pol, ...
    2022

  • Unveiling the two-proton halo character of 17Ne: Exclusive measurement of quasi-free proton-knockout reactions
    C Lehr, F Wamers, F Aksouh, Y Aksyutina, H lvarez-Pol, L Atar, ...
    Physics Letters B 827, 136957 2022

  • Isotopic cross sections of fragmentation residues produced by light projectiles on carbon near MeV
    JM Boillos, D Cortina-Gil, J Benlliure, JL Rodrguez-Snchez, ...
    Physical Review C 105 (1), 014611 2022

  • Introduction: 20 years of ISEE
    S Seagroves, A Barnes, A Metevier, J Porter, L Hunter
    Institute for Scientist & Engineer Educators (ISEE) 2022

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Nuclear instruments and methods in physics research section A: accelerators
    J Abadie, B Abbott, R Abbott
    Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 624, 223 2010
    Citations: 163

  • GET: A generic electronics system for TPCs and nuclear physics instrumentation
    EC Pollacco, GF Grinyer, F Abu-Nimeh, T Ahn, S Anvar, A Arokiaraj, ...
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators 2018
    Citations: 114

  • Quasifree (, ) Reactions on Oxygen Isotopes: Observation of Isospin Independence of the Reduced Single-Particle Strength
    L Atar, S Paschalis, C Barbieri, CA Bertulani, PD Fernndez, M Holl, ...
    Physical review letters 120 (5), 052501 2018
    Citations: 104

  • Resonant scattering of He: Limits of clustering in Be
    D Suzuki, A Shore, W Mittig, JJ Kolata, D Bazin, M Ford, T Ahn, ...
    Physical Review C 87 (5), 054301 2013
    Citations: 84

  • One-dimensionality in atomic nuclei: A candidate for linear-chain clustering in
    A Fritsch, S Beceiro-Novo, D Suzuki, W Mittig, JJ Kolata, T Ahn, D Bazin, ...
    Physical Review C 93 (1), 014321 2016
    Citations: 67

  • Active targets for the study of nuclei far from stability
    S Beceiro-Novo, T Ahn, D Bazin, W Mittig
    Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics 84, 124-165 2015
    Citations: 58

  • Comparison of static and dynamic 18F-FDG PET/CT for quantification of pulmonary inflammation in acute lung injury
    A Braune, F Hofheinz, T Bluth, T Kiss, J Wittenstein, M Scharffenberg, ...
    Journal of Nuclear Medicine 60 (11), 1629-1634 2019
    Citations: 57

  • First Observation of the Unbound Nucleus
    F Wamers, J Marganiec, F Aksouh, Y Aksyutina, H lvarez-Pol, T Aumann, ...
    Physical Review Letters 112 (13), 132502 2014
    Citations: 52

  • Direct Observation of Proton Emission in
    Y Ayyad, B Olaizola, W Mittig, G Potel, V Zelevinsky, M Horoi, ...
    Physical Review Letters 123 (8), 082501 2019
    Citations: 48

  • Commissioning of the active-target time projection chamber
    J Bradt, D Bazin, F Abu-Nimeh, T Ahn, Y Ayyad, SB Novo, L Carpenter, ...
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators 2017
    Citations: 43

  • Nuclear instruments and methods in physics research section A: accelerators
    Y Ayyad, N Abgrall, T Ahn, H lvarez-Pol, D Bazin, S Beceiro-Novo, ...
    Spectrometers, Detectors and Associated Equipment 954, 161341 2020
    Citations: 34

  • Low energy nuclear physics with active targets and time projection chambers
    D Bazin, T Ahn, Y Ayyad, S Beceiro-Novo, AO Macchiavelli, W Mittig, ...
    Progress in Particle and Nuclear Physics 114, 103790 2020
    Citations: 29

  • Active Target detectors for studies with exotic beams: Present and next future
    W Mittig, S Beceiro-Novo, A Fritsch, F Abu-Nimeh, D Bazin, T Ahn, ...
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators 2015
    Citations: 27

  • Quasifree () scattering of light neutron-rich nuclei near
    PD Fernndez, H Alvarez-Pol, R Crespo, E Cravo, L Atar, A Deltuva, ...
    Physical Review C 97 (2), 024311 2018
    Citations: 26

  • Novel particle tracking algorithm based on the random sample consensus model for the active target time projection chamber (AT-TPC)
    Y Ayyad, W Mittig, D Bazin, S Beceiro-Novo, M Cortesi
    Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section A: Accelerators 2018
    Citations: 26

  • Quasi-free neutron and proton knockout reactions from light nuclei in a wide neutron-to-proton asymmetry range
    M Holl, V Panin, H lvarez-Pol, L Atar, T Aumann, S Beceiro-Novo, ...
    Physics Letters B 795, 682-688 2019
    Citations: 25

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