Electroweak Interactions Group

Welcome to the website of the CSM Electroweak Interactions Group, located in the Department of Physics. Our research primarily focuses on performing precision measurements of nuclear decay to probe the fundamental interactions of nature.  Our research goals and experimental equipment are outlined further on this website.

News and Events

Connor Natzke recieves CEU travel award for DNP meeting
August 25, 2016

          

Hayden Blair and Peter Consalvi Recieve Undergraduate Research Awards
October 10, 2016

          

Recent Publications


  • Direct observation of the Ba 114→ Xe 110→ Te 106→ Sn 102 triple α-decay chain using position and time correlations, L Capponi (et al.), Phys. Rev. C 94, 024314  [2016]
  • Searching for $0^+$ States in $^{50}$Cr: Implications for the Superallowed $\beta$ decay of $^{50}$Mn, K.G. Leach (et al.), Phys. Rev. C 94, 011304(R)  [2016]
  • Improvements to TITAN's mass measurement and decay spectroscopy capabilities, D. Lascar (et al.), Nucl. Inst. Meth. B 376, 292  [2016]

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