Researchers participate in Beta Decay Station Workshop

Researchers participated in the second FRIB Decay Station Workshop hosted at MSU 25-26 January.

The FRIB Decay Station will be a flexible and modular multi-detector system with the ability to measure all possible nuclear decay paths of rare isotopes produced at FRIB. That includes charged particles, photons, and neutrons.

The flexibility of the instruments will enable researchers to tailor the system to their specific scientific requirements. The full program of the workshop is online.

The 2018 Decay Station Workshop follows the last successful Decay Station workshop hosted in Oak Ridge in January 2016. A white paper for the FRIB Decay Station is currently being written.