Challenging our understanding of the nuclear size

The observation that tin nuclei suddenly increase in size when the number of neutrons they contain reaches a “magic” number helps test models of nucleon interactions.

Tin Gets Kinky

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Ronald invited as the chairman of the Podium: Switzerland-Pacific Alliance: Technology and Innovation. See event at ETH Zurich.     

Switzerland-Pacific Alliance: Technology and Innovation

Our group participates actively in Science Clubs International. Sharing our love for science with vulnerable children from developing countries is one of the best tools to motivate future scientists and create social impact. 

Science clubs for children

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Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz was awarded the PhD Thesis prize 2018 from the European Physical Society. The prizes are assigned every three years and aim to recognize the excellence of recent PhD theses in experimental, theoretical or applied nuclear physics.

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Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz, lead scientist in the Calcium isotope study at the COLLAPS experiment (ISOLDE) explains the latest results.

Interview Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz

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A modified version of a spectroscopic technique used at large-scale radioactive-ion-beam facilities could be used in tabletop experiments.

Resonant Ionization Spectroscopy Technique Becomes Tabletop Friendly

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CERN Researchers at ISOLDE facility show the supposedly doubly-magic nucleus 52Ca has an unexpectedly large charge radius

Has the magic gone from Calcium-52?

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Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz was awarded the 2018 IOP Nuclear Physics Group early career researcher prize.

IOP Nuclear Physics Group early career researcher prize

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A laser-based scheme allows the preparation of pure samples of nuclear isomers for spectroscopic analysis.

Picking Nuclei with Lasers

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