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Habilitation à diriger des recherches

États résonants de noyaux loin de la stabilité

Abstract : This dissertation focuses on experimental nuclear physics experiments with light nuclei far from stability. It revolves around the concept of resonance: whether they are giant, pygmy or simple experimental tools. This memoir consists, after my resume, of a brief introduction of the theoretical tools, in order to connect the resonances studied experimentally in the second part. Then come the chapters dealing with transfer in light nuclei (9He) at GANIL, an overview of the different techniques and results obtained on boron 15-21B and carbons 17-23C isotopes during the first SAMURAI campaign at RIKEN. The section on 16C, which is a lecture at the Master NAC at the University of Caen, links to my postdoctoral fellow time at Berkeley. Then comes the study of giant resonances in radioactive nuclei (and in particular the compression modes) at GANIL. Finally, an independent section presents scientific outreach works.
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Julien Gibelin. États résonants de noyaux loin de la stabilité. Physique Nucléaire Expérimentale [nucl-ex]. Université de Caen Normandie, 2018. ⟨tel-01729016⟩



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