Mr. Mario Gómez Ramos (Universidad de Sevilla)
Nucleon removal (p,pn) and (p,2p) reactions at intermediate energies have gained renewed attention in recent years as a tool to extract information from exotic nuclei, thanks to the availability of exotic beams with which to perform these reactions in inverse kinematics. These reactions explore the single-particle structure of the projectile nucleus and are complementary to nucleon removal experiments with heavier targets (knockout), due to their enhanced sensitivity to the nuclear interior. Of special interest is their application to Borromean nuclei, three-body systems whose two-body subsystems are all unbound, since their exotic nature makes their structure a topic of current interest.
Dr. Antonio Moro (Universidad de Sevilla) Mr. Jesús Casal Berbel (Universidad de Sevilla) Mr. Mario Gómez Ramos (Universidad de Sevilla)