For a full up-to-date list of publications, visit my Google Scholar Page.
Below are specific publications selected to provide an overview of the research the group is currently involved in.
Heavy-ion fusion reactions
- "Interplay between Quantum Shells and Orientation in Quasifission" - A. Wakhle et al. PRL 113, 182502 (2014) - Article published by the group's post-doc (Aditya) about his Ph.D research at ANU using a combination experiment and theory to gain insight in to the quasifission process.
- "Near-barrier reactions with radioactive ino beams at the ReA3 facility" -Z. Kohley. EPJ Web of Conferences 63, 02003 (2013) - Overview about the new research program to measure heavy-ion fusion reactions with radioactive ion beams at the NSCL.
Equation of State
- "Symmetry energy dependence of long-timescale isospin transport" K. Stiefel et al., PRC 90, 061605(R) (2014) - Comparison of experimental data, taken by the IU group, with the constrained molecular dynamics model (CoMD) exploring possibility of producing dinuclear systems that exist for very long times and undergo isospin transport. This work was done in collaboration with R. deSouza dn S. Hudan from IU.
- "Exploiting neutron-rich radioactive ion beams to constrain the symmetry energy" Z. Kohley et al., PRC 88, 041601(R) (2013) - Use of MoNA/LISA/Sweeper detector setup to extract constraints on the density dependence of the symmetry energy.
- "Heavy-ion collisions: Direct and indirect probes of the density and temperature depenence of Esym." Z. Kohley and S. J. Yennello EPJA 50, 31 (2014) - Review article about techniques and current status of constraints on the symmetry energy from heavy-ion collision reactions.
Nuclei beyond the neutron dripline
- "Study of Two-Neutron Radioactivity in the Decay of 26O" - Z. Kohley et al. PRL 110, 152501 (2013) - New technique was used to estimate the lifetime of 26O and it presented the first possible case for the existence of two-neutron radioactivity.