Janne Pakarinen


General description

Most of the known atomic nuclei are spherical or slightly quadrupole deformed. My research employs complementrary spectroscopic methods to study shapes and shape coexistence in exotic atomic nuclei. These experiments are typically performed at the Accelerator Laboratory of University of Jyväskylä, or at the ISOLDE radioactive ion-beam facility, CERN.


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Research interests

Most of the known atomic nuclei are spherical or slightly quadrupole deformed. My research employs complementrary spectroscopic methods to study shapes and shape coexistence in exotic atomic nuclei. Results obtained allow the development of better nuclear models that describe atomic nuclei.


Fields of science


Personal keywords

Shape coexistence, in-beam spectroscopy, gamma-ray spectrometers, electron spectrometers, Coulomb excitation


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