Selected Recent Presentations at Conferences, Workshops and Seminars


Oral Presentations

87. The difference a few neutrons makes in the fusion of light nuclei: structure and dynamics Romualdo deSouza Advances in Radioactive Isotope Science (ARIS) , May 31, 2017, Keystone, Co PPT
87. Neutron Imaging with a Novel Position-Sensitive MCP Detector Romualdo deSouza Stewardship Science Academic Programs Symposium, April 12, 2017, Naperville, IL PPT
86. Measuring the fusion cross-section for neutron-rich light nuclei at near and sub-barrier energies Romualdo deSouza FUSION17 , February 23, 2017, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia PPT
85. Experimental evidence for fusion enhancement in neutron rich light and mid mass nuclei Varinderjit Singh Invited Seminar , January 9, 2017, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, UK, India PPT
84. Measuring position in 2-dimensions using induced signals in a microchannel plate detector Blake Wiggins APS April Meeting , January 29, 2017, Washington, DC PDF
83. Measuring the fusion cross-section of 39,47K + 28Si at near barrier energies Justin Vadas APS April Meeting , January 29, 2017, Washington, DC PDF
82. Enhancement of fusion at near-barrier energies for neutron-rich light nuclei: 19O + 12C Justin Vadas APS April Meeting , January 29, 2017, Washington, DC PDF
81. High-rate axial-field ionization chamber for particle identification of Radioactive beams Blake Wiggins APS April Meeting , January 29, 2017, Washington, DC PDF
80. Getting under the skin of neutron-rich light nuclei with low energy fusion reactions Romualdo deSouza Nuclear Physics Seminar , January 27, 2017, Washington University, St. Louis, MO PDF
79. Getting under the skin of neutron-rich light nuclei with low energy fusion reactions Romualdo deSouza Nuclear Science Seminar , October 19, 2016, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI PDF
78. Sensing the position of a single electron using induced signals Blake Wiggins Analytical Chemisty Seminar , September 8, 2016, Statesboro, GA PDF
77. Modeling microchannel plate detectors for improved performance Romualdo deSouza 252nd ACS National Meeting & Exposition , August 21-25, 2016, Philadelphia, PA PPT
76. Does the α Cluster Structure in Light Nuclei Persist Through the Fusion Process? Sylvie Hudan FUSTIPEN Workshop on dynamical cluster formation and correlations in heavy-ion collisions, within transport models and experiments, May 17-19, 2016, GANIL, Caen, France PDF
75. Probing nucleon transport with nuclear reactions Sylvie Hudan IWM-EC 2016, May 9-12, 2016, GANIL, Caen, France PDF
74. Near and Sub-Barrier Fusion of Neutron-Rich Oxygen and Carbon Nuclei Using Low-Intensity Beams Tracy K. Steinbach Physical Chemistry Seminar, April 26, 2016, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN PDF
73. Exploring the spatial resolution of position-sensitive microchannel plate detectors Blake Wiggins APS April Meeting, April 18, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT PDF
72. Experimental Evidence for a Fusion Enhancement in 19O + 12C at Near Barrier Energies Varinderjit Singh APS April Meeting, April 16, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT PDF
71. Measuring the Fusion Cross-Section of 18O + 12C with Low-Intensity Beams Near and Below the Coulomb Barrier Tracy K. Steinbach APS April Meeting, April 16, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT PDF
70. Does the alpha cluster structure in light nuclei persist through the fusion process? Justin Vadas APS April Meeting, April 16, 2016, Salt Lake City, UT PDF
69. Development of a High Resolution Position Sensitive MCP-PMT detector Romualdo deSouza Stewardship Science Academic Programs Symposium, February 17, 2016, Washington, D.C. PPT
68. Forging Elements in a Flash Romualdo deSouza Nuclear Physics Seminar, February 4, 2016, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY PPT
67. Exploring Fusion of Neutron-Rich Light Nuclei Using Radioactive Beams Justin Vadas Physical Chemistry Seminar, November 12, 2015, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN PDF
66. Sensing Position in 2D with Induced Signals in a Microchannel Plate Detector Blake Wiggins C460 Presentation, November 3, 2015, Indiana University, Chemistry Department, Bloomington, IN PDF
65. Development of a Novel Position-Sensitive Microchannel Plate Detector Blake Wiggins Fall DNP Meeting, October 30, 2015, Santa Fe, NM PDF
64. Simulating the Growth of a Charge Cloud for a Microchannel Plate Detector Davinder Siwal Fall DNP Meeting, October 30, 2015, Santa Fe, NM PDF
63. Measurement of the Fusion Excitation Function for 19O + 12C at Near Barrier Energies Varinderjit Singh Fall DNP Meeting, October 29, 2015, Santa Fe, NM PDF
62. Grappling with in nuclear fusion to overcome barriers Romualdo deSouza Scientific Symposium Honoring Former Director Konrad Gelbke, October 8, 2015, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI PPT
61. Fusion of Neutron-Rich Light Nuclei: What can we learn? Sylvie Hudan ReA3 upgrade Workshop, August 20, 2015, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI PDF
60. Overcoming Barriers to Forge Elements in the Dark Romualdo deSouza Nuclear Chemistry Summer School, July 17, 2015, Brookhaven National Lab, Brookhaven, NY PDF
59. Taking pictures at near the one electron limit Romualdo deSouza Physics Seminar, June 26, 2015, Florida State University, Department of Physics, Tallahassee, FL PDF
58. Does the alpha cluster structure in light nuclei survive the fusion process? Justin Vadas Physics Seminar, June 26, 2015, Florida State University, Department of Physics, Tallahassee, FL PDF
57. Alpha Emission in the De-excitation of 30Si at E* = 30 to 38 MeV Justin Vadas APS April Meeting, April 2015, Baltimore, MD PDF
56. Measuring the Fusion Cross-Section of 18O+12C with Low-Intensity Beams at Energies Near and Below the Coulomb Barrier Tracy K. Steinbach APS April Meeting, April 2015, Baltimore, MD PDF
55. Development of a High Resolution Position Sensitie MCP-PMT detector Romualdo deSouza Stewardship Science Academic Programs Symposium, March 12, 2015, Santa Fe, NM PDF
54. Overcoming Barriers to Forge Elements in the Dark Romualdo deSouza Physics Seminar, February 3, 2015, Texas A&M Univeristy - Commerce, Department of Physics, Commerce, TX PDF
53. Forging Elements in the Dark (and other topics?) Romualdo deSouza Chemistry Seminar, January 29, 2015, Northern Kentucky University, Department of Chemistry, Edgewood, KY PDF
52. Sensing Position in 2D with Induced Signals in a Microchannel Plate Detector Blake Wiggins Analytical Chemistry Seminar, Dept. of Chemistry, November 6, 2014, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN PDF
51. Probing the Density Dependence of the Symmetry Energy with the Binary Breakup of a Projectile Sylvie Hudan Joint DNP Town Meetings on Nuclear Structure and Nuclear Astrophysics, August 21-23 2014, College Station, TX PDF
50. Near and Sub-Barrier Fusion as a Probe of Nuclear Structure Romualdo deSouza Joint DNP Town Meetings on Nuclear Structure and Nuclear Astrophysics, August 21-23 2014, College Station, TX PDF
49. Sub-Barrier Fusion with N/Z Exotic Beams of Light Nuclei Romualdo deSouza Joint DNP Town Meetings on Nuclear Structure and Nuclear Astrophysics, August 21-23 2014, College Station, TX PDF
48. Light Charged Particles Emission Following the Fusion of 18O Ions with 12C Nuclei at Energies Near and Below the Coulomb Barrier Justin Vadas ACS Fall Meeting, August 2014, San Francisco, CA PDF
47. Measuring the Fusion Cross-Section of Light Nuclei with Low-Intensity Beams Tracy K. Steinbach APS April Meeting, April 2014, Savannah, GA PDF
46. Learning About the Nuclear Symmetry Energy Through the Lens of Isospin Transport Romualdo deSouza APS April Meeting, April 2014, Savannah, GA PDF
45. Development and Testing of a Gridless MCP Detector to Measure Fusion Cross-Sections Tracy K. Steinbach Physical Chemistry Seminar, Dept. of Chemistry, October 10, 2013, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN PDF
44. Timescale for Equilibration of N/Z Gradients in Dinuclear Systems Sylvie Hudan ACS Fall Meeting, September 2013, Indianapolis, IN PDF
43. Fusing Exotic Nuclei Below the Barrier Romualdo deSouza ACS Fall Meeting, September 2013, Indianapolis, IN PDF
42. Joe's secret to a long and productive career Romualdo deSouza International Workshop on Nuclear Dynamics and Thermodynamics, August 2013, TAMU, College Station, TX PDF
41. Sub-barrier fusion cross-sections of neutron-rich light nuclei Sylvie Hudan Low Energy Community Meeting, August 2013, East Lansing, MI PDF
40. N/Z Equilibration in Binary Nuclear Systems Romualdo deSouza 3rd International Symposium on Nuclear Symmetry Energy, July 2013, NSCL/FRIB, East Lansing, MI PDF
39. Stardust Romualdo deSouza National Youth Science Camp, July 2013 PDF
38. Tracking saddle-to-scission dynamics using N/Z in projectile breakup reactions Sylvie Hudan Asy-EOS 2012, Int. Workshop on Nuclear Symmetry Energy and Reaction Mechanism, September 2012, Siracusa, Sicily, Italy PDF
37. Measuring the fusion of neutron-rich light nuclei at and below the Coulomb barrier Sylvie Hudan GANIL/LPC seminar, August 2012, GANIL, Caen, France PDF
36. Tracking saddle-to-scission dynamics using N/Z in projectile breakup reactions Sylvie Hudan Nucleus-Nucleus, May-June 2012, San Antonio, TX PDF
35. Fusion excitation measurement for 20O + 12C at E/A = 1-2 MeV Romualdo deSouza Nucleus-Nucleus, May-June 2012, San Antonio, TX PDF
34. Near- and sub-barrier fusion of 20O incident ions with 12C target nuclei Kyle Brown G410 - Chemical Research Capstone, April 2012, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN PDF
33. Tracking saddle-to-scission dynamics using N/Z in projectile breakup reactions Sylvie Hudan APS Spring Meeting, April 2012, Atlanta, GA PDF
32. 100 m down and light-years away: Nuclear science in an extreme laboratory Romualdo deSouza Joint Chemistry/CASPER Seminar, October 2011, Baylor University, Waco, TX PDF
31. Fusion of neutron-rich O ions on a carbon target at near-barrier energies Sylvie Hudan Division of Nuclear Physics 2011, October 2011, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI PDF
30. Developing a technique for measuring the fusion of neutron-rich nuclei at near-barrier energies Kyle Brown Division of Nuclear Physics 2011, October 2011, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI PDF
29. Isotopic trends in dynamical breakup Sylvie Hudan Division of Nuclear Physics 2011, October 2011, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI PDF
28. Sub-barrier fusion cross-sections for neutron-rich oxygen and carbon nuclei Romualdo deSouza Physique dans tous ses états, July 2010, GANIL, Caen, France PDF
27. Short-lived binary splits of an excited projectile-like fragment induced by transient deformation Sylvie Hudan GANIL/LPC seminar, July 2010, GANIL, Caen, France PDF
26. Sub-barrier fusion cross-sections for neutron-rich oxygen and carbon nuclei Romualdo deSouza FRIB Equipment Workshop, February 2010, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI PDF
25. Velocity damping and fragmentation in non-central intermediate energy heavy-ion collisions Romualdo deSouza NUFRA2009, Fall 2009, Kemer(Antalya), Turkey PDF
24. Charged Particle Characteristics in the Reaction 124Xe + 124Sn at E/A = 50 MeV Alan McIntosh APS Spring Meeting 2009, Denver, CO PDF
23. Mid-peripheral collisions around the Fermi energy: comparison with an event generator Sylvie Hudan APS Spring Meeting 2009, Denver, CO PDF
22. Sub-barrier fusion cross-sections for neutron-rich oxygen and carbon nuclei Romualdo deSouza APS Spring Meeting 2009, Denver, CO PDF
21. Highly Segmented Detector Arrays for Studying Resonant Decay of Particle Unstable Nuclei Romualdo deSouza CAARI, August 2006, Fort Worth, TX PDF
20. Proximity Decay and Tidal Effects Romualdo deSouza Nuclear Chemistry Gordon Conference, June 2006, New London, NH PDF
19. From Landscapes to Tides Romualdo deSouza Symposium for 85th birthday of J.R. Huizenga, April 2006, Rochester, NY PDF
18. Multiplexed Analog Shaped Electronics Romualdo deSouza Lawrence Berkeley National Lab., Feb. 2006, Berkeley, CA. PDF
17. Engendering Change in American Educational System with CALM Romualdo deSouza Careers in Academia, Univ. of Illinois, Feb. 2006, Urbana-Champaign, IL. PDF
16. Interplay of initial deformation and Coulomb proximity on nuclear decay Romualdo deSouza Division of Nuclear Physics 2004, Chicago, IL. View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
15. Fragment Production in noncentral collisions of intermediate energy heavy ions Romualdo deSouza Division of Nuclear Physics 2004, Chicago, IL. View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
14. Decay of highly excited Projectile-like fragments produced in dissipative peripheral collisions at intermediate energies. Romualdo deSouza Heavy-Ion Collisions 2003, Montreal, CA. View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
13. Excitation and spin of projectile-like fragments produced in peripheral and mid-peripheral collisions of intermediate energy heavy-ions. Romualdo deSouza APS Spring Meeting 2003, Philadelphia, PA. View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
12. HINP16/32C: An ASIC for Nuclear Science Romualdo deSouza RIA Detector Workshop 2003, Oak Ridge, TN. View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
11. Detector requirements for Nuclear Reaction Studies Romualdo deSouza RIA Detector Workshop 2003, Oak Ridge, TN. View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
10. Formation and Decay of Highly Excited Nuclear Matter in Intermediate Energy Heavy-Ion collisions Romualdo deSouza Feb. 21, 2003, IUCF, Indiana Univ. View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
9. Can Computers help Faculty teach and Students Learn? Romualdo deSouza Feb. 19, 2003, Chemical Education Seminar, Purdue Univ. View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
8. Mid-peripheral collisions: PLF* decay Sylvie Hudan Sept. 9, 2002, NSCL, Michigan State Univ. View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
7. Characterization of PLF Particle Emission in Peripheral Heavy-Ion Collisions Ricardo Yanez Nuclei and Nuclear Matter at the Limits of Stability, ACS 2002 Boston, MA View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
6. Mid-peripheral collisions: PLF* decay Sylvie Hudan Nuclei and Nuclear Matter at the Limits of Stability, ACS 2002 Boston, MA View with Microsoft Internet Explorer
5. Nuclear Chemistry Seminar R.T. deSouza Indiana State University
4. Medical Sciences R.T. deSouza Indiana University, Bloomington
3. Ternary Fission, R.T. deSouza Gordon Conference 2000
2. Nucleus-Nucleus 2000 R.T. deSouza Strasbourg, France
1. Workshop on Opportunities in Astrophysics R.T. deSouza Notre Dame, IN

Poster Presentations