We have concentrated on studies of single- particle and collective excitations as well as their dynamical properties both theoretically and experimentally using the decay and in-beam γ-ray spectroscopy.


Decay Spectroscopy

We have developed the unique p-γ and X-p coincidence methods to identify the β-delayed proton precursors separated by HTTS, and phydical observables, such as half-life, spin and parity can be obtained for the nuclei near the prton drip line.

In Beam γ-Ray Spectroscopy

It is devoted to the studies of nuclear high-spin states by using in-beam γ-ray spectroscopy following complete and incomplete fusion evaporation reactions induced by heavy ions delivered from the SFC accelerator in IMP and the HI-13 randem accelerator in CIAE.

Zhou Xiaohong
Group Leader
Research Field:The experimental nuclear physics
In-service Staff

Vice Director: Liu MinLiang
Associate Professor, Master's Supervisor

Xiang-Guo Lei
Senior Engineer

Zheng Yong
Associate Professor, Master's Supervisor
Fang YongDe
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Associate Professor
Qiang YunHua
Associate Researcher
Zhang NingTao
Associate Researcher
Li GuangShun
Associate Researcher
Shang BaoRong
Hire Staff
Guo YingXiang
Master student
Wang ZhiGang Gao BingShui
Wang SiCheng Wang KaiLong
He XiaoFeng
1.High-spin level structure of the doubly odd nucleus 104Ag
2.Fusion and one-neutron stripping reactions in the 9Be + 186W system above the Coulomb barrier
3.Nonaxial shapes in the odd-odd 194Au nucleus
4.High-spin states in odd-odd 174Re
5.Level structure in the transitional nucleus 195Au
6.Signature inversion in the 7/2-[503] band of 185Pt
7.Dominant T=1 channel proton-neutron interaction responsible for level structures of particle-hole nuclei around 100Sn
8.In-beam γ spectroscopy of the odd-Z nucleus 139Pm
9.Identification of high-spin states in the stable nucleus 195Pt
10.Properties of the πh11/2 band in the stable nucleus 193Ir
11.High-spin states in 188Au: Further evidence for nonaxial shape
12.Microscopic examination of NpNn dominance in the evolution of nuclear structure
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