The Nuclear Physics research includes both experimental and theory activities.
The Experimental Groups work on the emergent properties of nuclei at extremes of angular momentum, temperature and neutron/proton asymmetry. Gamma ray spectroscopy, charged particle spectroscopy, stable and radioactive ion beams are used for these experiments. We also carry out studies in condensed matter physics using nuclear techniques. The activity also covers accelerator development, detector physics and advanced signal processing scheme.
Theory activities include three body calculations to study halo nuclei, use of mean field calculations for studying nuclear shapes, the equations of state and multi-fragmentation of neutron-rich nuclear systems in intermediate energy heavy ion collisions and properties of quark-gluon plasma at ultra-relativistic energy heavy ion collisions.
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