|Published on:||02 November 2009|
|Published on:||23 October 2009|
On 23 October Alma de Groot will defend her thesis 'Salt-marsh sediment. Natural γ-radioactivity and spatial patterns'.
|Published on:||20 October 2009|
An application of Peter Dendooven of KVI together with Dennis Schaart of the TU Delft in the FOM-prgramme 'New physical instruments for health care' was recently awarded. The title of the project is 'In-silico studies on time-of-flight positron emission tomography for dose verification in proton therapy (ISoToPE)'. For this research FOM has given funds for two postdoc positions of 2.5 years plus a total running budget of k€ 51.
|Published on:||19 October 2009|
|Published on:||12 October 2009|
On 12 October Ahmad Ramazani-Moghaddam-Arani will defend his thesis 'Cross-section and analyzing-power measurements in three and four-nucleon scattering'.
|Published on:||02 October 2009|
KVI researchers Versolato and Giri et al. are the first in the world to succeed in trapping radium ions and to perform precision spectroscopy on the trapped ions. The ions were studied with the light of three lasers simultaneously. For this experiment, short-lived radium isotopes were produced with the AGOR cyclotron and the TRIµP facility.
|Published on:||21 September 2009|
On 21 September, Mohammed Eslamikalantari will defend his thesis 'Three-nucleon force effects in proton-deuteron break-up studied with BINA at 135 MeV'.
|Published on:||26 June 2009|
|Published on:||09 February 2009|
|Published on:||05 February 2009|
|Published on:||05 January 2009|