The aim of the workshop is to bring the nuclear astrophysics community together to discuss opportunities available at the ATLAS facility, to foster new collaborations, and solicit new ideas for future advancement of the facility and experimental program. The ATLAS facility has undergone an expansion in its capabilities to produce and study isotopes of astrophysical interest, both through facility enhancements (CARIBU, RAISOR, the soon-to-be N=126 factory, etc.) and experimental devices/techniques (MUSIC, HELIOS, ion trapping, GRETINA, GAMMASPHERE, etc.).
If you have any questions regarding this workshop please email the organizers or Colleen Tobolic.
Accessing Argonne's Guest Wireless Network
- Connect to the “Argonne-guest” wireless network.
- Open a web browser and attempt to go to any www.anl.gov (If your browser doesn't automatically reach the registration web page, try accessing directly at: http://netreg.anl.gov).
- Agree to the “Security and Privacy Notice” by scrolling down to the bottom and clicking on the word “Here”.
- Enter your name, email address, building/room of your location (use 203/BH-141) a telephone number where you can be reached while using the network, and an Argonne contact person (use Melina Avila). Then click “Click Here To Continue”.
- Wait a couple of minutes. In some rare cases, you may have to reboot your computer.