Porträt Dr. Wagner, Andreas; FWKK

Dr. Andreas Wagner
Head Nuclear Physics
Phone: +49 351 260 - 3261
Fax: +49 351 260 - 13261

Andreas Wagner


Dr. Andreas Wagner

Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf  
Institut für Strahlenphysik / Institute for Radiation Physics  
P.O.B. 51 01 19  
01314 Dresden  
 dot  Phone: +49 351 260 3261
 dot  Fax: +49 351 260 1 3261  
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 dot  RESEARCHERID (Thomson Reuters):  G-3127-2013  
 dot  ORCID:  0000-0001-7575-3961  

Research Activities

The scientific activities at the nuclear physics division concentrate on applied nuclear physics covering nuclear astrophysics, nuclear structure physics for nuclear transmutation and exotic nuclei, and material science using positron annihilation spectroscopy.

I am member of the R3B (Reactions with Relativistic Radioactive Beams) collaboration which conducts experiments at Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GSI and the future FAIR facility.

I act as a chair-elect of the collaboration board of the Helmholtz portfolio initiative "Detector Technologies and Systems" and I am responsible for the activities at HZDR.

The list of research activities and experimental facilities I have contributed to:

Activity Location Status
Positron annihilation lifetime and energy spectroscopy HZDR
ELBE Linac (MePS, GiPS)
Sponsor (CoPS)
Nuclear transmutation with neutrons and photons HZDR
ELBE Linac (neutron time-of-flight facility) photon scattering
Detector Development HZDR and other Helmholtz institutions within the  "Detector Technology and Systems" initiative active
Nuclear astrophysics with exotic nuclei GSI/FAIR
R3B setup (neutron detection)

Nuclear multifragmentation NSCL, Michigan State University completed
Meson production in intermediate energy heavy ion collisions GSI
Kaon spectrometer


Teaching and Seminars

(summary of teaching activities)

Lectures at the Technical University Dresden

Presented Talks

Technical Activities

  • Data acquisition management including hard- and software of the bremsstrahlung facility at the ELBE accelerator. Parts of the system are based on the Multi-Branch-System developed at GSI. An extended online-documentation of data acquisition hard- and software is available.
  • Design, setup of experiments on induced fission, photo-dissociation, activation at the bremsstrahlung and neutron time-of-flight facility at the ELBE accelerator.
  • Design, setup of experiments on positron annihilation spectroscopy at the ELBE accelerator with the gamma-induced positron spectroscopy setup GiPS, the monoenergetic positron annihilation spectroscopy setup MePS, and the source-based positron annihilation setup SPONSOR at HZDR.   

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