The AGATA Physics Campaign In GANIL: Results And Perspectives
2017 May 04
2017 May 09
AGATA is a $\gamma$-ray spectrometer solely built from Germanium detectors, based on the novel technique of $\gamma$-ray tracking. This array opens unique possibilities for a very rich physics program to be addressed, in particular on exotic nuclei where different nuclear degrees of freedom can be investigated. The AGATA physics campaign in GANIL started in 2015 and foresees different setups to study nuclear structure properties of nuclei all along the nuclear chart, from light nuclei to very heavy species, using stable and radioactive beams.