Our projects are spread over several key areas:

AGATA - A European collaboration (currently consisting of 40 partners from over 10 countries) to build the ultimate gamma-ray spectrometer for nuclear physics applications.

ALICE - A dedicated experiment using heavy-ion collisions at the LHC (CERN, Geneva) to produce strongly-interacting matter with the highest energy-densities ever created in the laboratory.

ISOL-SRS - The ISOL-SRS project is a major component of a wider European initiative that will exploit the upgraded radioactive ion beam accelerator HIE-ISOLDE at CERN and, although still currently under discussion, the heavy ion storage ring CRYRING at GSI/FAIR.

NuSTAR - The high-energy, intense, radioactive ion beams which will be available at the accelerator Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research (FAIR), providing exciting and unique new opportunities to study extremely exotic atomic nuclei and nuclear matter.

SAGE - A spectrometer designed to study physics cases where the strong competition between internal conversion and gamma-ray emission limits the amount of information obtainable through independent study of one or the other.

Past Projects - A brief summary of previous projects collaborated and researched on.