The research activities of the Nuclear Physics divisions are briefly described below. For further information regarding the different projects please click on the images.
The PANDA experiment at FAIR in Germany will utilize the annihilation of antiprotons to look for exotic particles like glueballs and hybrids and has a broad physics program to study fundamental features of the strong interaction.
Contact person: Tord Johansson
The KLOE-2 detector is operating at the improved DAFNE e+e- collider of the Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati, Italy. The KLOE-2 physics program includes studies on neutral kaon quantum interferometry, precise tests of lepton flavour violation and measurements of rare Ks, η and η' decays.
Contact person: Andrzej Kupsc
The Beijing Spectrometer (BES) III detector is a 4π detector facility located at the Beijing Electron Positron Collider (BEPC) II in Beijing, China. Data taking started in 2009 and the physics program includes studies of charmonium, charmed and lighter hadrons and of tau leptons.
Contact person: Karin Schönning
Calculations of electromagnetic form factors and spin properties of hadrons to explore the intrinsic structure of hadrons and to provide input for high-precision standard-model predictions. The mathematical tools include effective field theories and dispersion theory.
Contact person: Stefan Leupold
The research is focused on studies of the structure of exotic nuclei far from stability. Experiments are performed at GANIL in France, LNL-INFN in Italy and at GSI in Germany. The primary instruments used are the gamma-ray spectrometer AGATA combined with the neutron detector array NEDA.
Contact person: Johan Nyberg
WASA is a 4π detector system from Uppsala which has been in operation at the COoler SYnchrotron COSY at Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany, using the WASA pellet target and the high quality polarised and unpolarised proton and deuteron beams at COSY. Data taking has finished in 2014. While data analysis is still going on, highlights from the experimental program are the first evidence for a bound state of six quarks (dibaryon) and searches for rare and medium-rare decays of light mesons including dark photon searches.
Contact person: Magnus Wolke