What’s next in nuclear physics with RIB’s
Fundamental Fysik, Chalmers Tekniska Högskola, SE-412 96, Göteborg, Sweden
* e-mail: Bjorn.Jonson@chalmers.se
Revised: 2 December 2015
Accepted: 6 December 2015
Published online: 1 February 2016
The physics with energetic radioactive beams has had a tremendous development over the 30 years that have passed since Isao Tanihata’s famous experiments at Berkeley. The experiments and the subsequent understanding that halo structure occur for some very exotic nuclei have attracted so much interest and given so many novel ideas that one may speak about a paradigm shift. I shall here give some, personal, ideas about “What’s next”. This is an interesting task and I shall not say that it is difficult but rather challenging. I shall, however, start by giving a few milestones, preceding the 1985 break-through, that were of key importance for creating our sub-field of modern nuclear physics.
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