EAGLE-EYE first run on U-200P beam

Advanced FAST-TIMING techniques have been recently applied at the Heavy Ion  Laboratory UW with help of EAGLE HPGe array (16 Ge ACS) combined with the EYE (sEquential gamma raYs dEtection-  24 LaBr3) setup. The EYE setup have been developed by Michał Kowalczyk and Ernest Grodner supported by technical and scientific team from HIL UW, NCNR and european FATIMA to hold 24 LaBr detectors.
The EAGLE-EYE combination allows to apply several fast-timing techniques for lifetime measurements within 10ps-10ns range:

  • cleaning the LaBr energy spectra by gating on gammas registered by HPGe detectors
  • cleaning the LaBr energy spectra with help of delayed coincidences registered by HPGe detectors
  • using standard gamma-gamma coincidences registered by the EYE LaBr array

First experiments with triple HPGe-LaBr-LaBr coincidences have been
performed with 24 LaBr detectors delivered by FATIMA collaboration at
February and March 2018. More details see http://wudas2.slcj.uw.edu.pl/spin-chirality/eagle_eye/placement/placement.html

HIL Annual Report

HIL users are invited to submit by 10 April contributions to the HIL Annual Report 2017.  Contributions should be sent by e-mail to raport(at)slcj.uw.edu.pl by 22 March 2018. Further  information is available at

www.slcj.uw.edu.pl/en/annual-report/guidelines/.

PAC Meeting I/2018

The HIL PAC Meeting will take place on 29th of January 2018 at Heavy Ion
Laboratory. The schedule of the meeting is available here.