NUSTAR - Nuclear Structure, Astrophysics and Reactions

The NUSTAR collaboration is devoted to the study of NUclear STructure, Astrophysics, and Reactions. More than 700 scientists from more than 170 participating institutes worldwide form the NUSTAR community. They all concentrate on the development and realization of new instrumentation and methods for future experiments at the upcoming FAIR facility. The research interest of the NUSTAR collaboration is focused on the use of beams of radioactive species separated and identified by the Superconducting FRagment Separator (Super-FRS), which is the central element of all NUSTAR experiments. This web page gives an overview of the NUSTAR@FAIR project. The current experimental program of NUSTAR at GSI Darmstadt and further information can be found here.


The MATS Collaboration elected a new Spokesperson: Tommi Eronen from University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
Tommi Eronen, Univ. Jväskylä
From February 26 to March 1, the NUSTAR Annual Meeting took place at GSI. More than 150 registered participants on-site, as well as more than 50 participants connected on-line, discussed the present status of FAIR and NUSTAR.
Conference photo (G. Otto, GSI)
The NUSTAR Council members elected Zsolt Podolyak (Univ. Surrey, UK) as the new Spokesperson of NUSTAR. His mandate will start in March 2024 at the NUSTAR Annual Meeting.

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