Teppei Fukuda

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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)
4 and the HypHI collaboration. In order to investigate the feasibility of hypernuclear spectroscopy with heavy ion beams, the HypHI collaboration proposes an experiment defined as Phase 0 [1, 2]. For measurements of decay vertices of hypernuclei and for the tracking charged particles right behind the target a use of scintillating fiber detector is proposed.(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 HypHI project [1] aims to perform precise hypernu-clear spectroscopy with induced reactions of stable heavy ion and rare-isotope beams at GSI and FAIR. The international HypHI collaboration currently prepares for the first HypHI experiment which is defined as Phase 0, and the proposal of the HypHI Phase 0 experiment was already approved by the GSI G-PAC(More)
The HypHI project [1] aims to study hypernuclei at extreme isospins and to measure directly hypernuclear magnetic moments for the first time. The first experiment aims to demonstrate the feasibility of hypernuclear spectroscopy with heavy ion beams by producing and identifying hydrogen and helium hypernuclei with a Li beam at 2 A GeV impinged on a 12 C(More)
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