Hiroyuki Sugimura

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Fluorescence microscopy is used extensively in cell-biological and biomedical research, but it is often plagued by three major problems with the presently available fluorescent probes: photobleaching, blinking, and large size. We have addressed these problems, with special attention to single-molecule imaging, by developing biocompatible, red-emitting(More)
  • D. Nakajimay, B. Özelz, +27 authors S. Voltz
  • 2008
The main idea of the HypHI project is to perform precise hypernuclear spectroscopy with stable and unstable heavy ion beam at GSI and FAIR[1]. The HypHI collaboration plans the first experiment Phase 0 in 2009 to investigate the feasibility of hypernuclear spectroscopy with heavy ion beams. In the Phase 0 experiment, three sets of Scintillating Fiber(More)
The HypHI collaboration prepares currently for the precise hypernuclear spectroscopy with stable heavy ion beams and rare isotope beams at GSI and FAIR in order to enable studies of structures of hypernuclei at extreme isospin and direct measurements of hypernuclear magnetic moments for the first time [1]. The first step of the HypHI project is so called(More)
The Phase 0 experiment of the HypHI project [1] planned in September 2009 at GSI is devoted to demonstrate the feasibility of a precise hypernuclear spectroscopy by using heavy ion collisions. In the experiment, we will concentrate on studying light hypernuclei such as 3 Λ H, 4 Λ H and 5 Λ He produced by collisions of a 6 Li and a 12 C beam at 2 A GeV with(More)
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