Nuclear astrophysics with radioactive ions at FAIR

@article{Reifarth2013NuclearAW,
  title={Nuclear astrophysics with radioactive ions at FAIR},
  author={Rene Reifarth and Sebastian Altstadt and Kathrin Gobel and Tanja Heftrich and Martin Heil and Alexander Koloczek and Christoph Langer and Ralf Plag and Martin Pohl and Kerstin Sonnabend and M. Weigand and Tatsuya Adachi and Farouk Aksouh and Jameel Sadik. Al-Khalili and Maha Algarawi and S. S. Alghamdi and Georgiy D. Alkhazov and N. Alkhomashi and H. Alvarez-Pol and Raquel {\'A}lvarez-Rodr{\'i}guez and Vladimir A. Andreev and Blahoianu Andrei and L. Atar and Thomas Aumann and Vladimir Avdeichikov and Ch. O. Bacri and Soumya Bagchi and Carlo Barbieri and Saul Beceiro and Christian Beck and Clemens Beinrucker and Gilbert B{\'e}lier and Daniel Bemmerer and Michael Bendel and Jos{\'e} Benlliure and G. Benzoni and Rafael Berjillos and D. Bertini and Carlos A. Bertulani and Sean R. Bishop and Nives Blasi and T. Bloch and Yorick Blumenfeld and Angela Bonaccorso and Konstanze Boretzky and Alexander Botvina and Alain Boudard and Plamen Boutachkov and Ismail Boztosun and A. Bracco and Sergio Brambilla and Jose Briz Monago and Manuel Caamano and Christoph Caesar and F. Camera and Enrique Casarejos and W. N. Catford and J. Cederkall and Bo Cederwall and M. Chartier and A. Chatillon and Mădălin Cherciu and Leonid Chulkov and P. J. Coleman-Smith and D. Cortina-Gil and F. C. L. Crespi and R. Crespo and J. R. Cresswell and M. Csatl'os and F. D'echery and B. Davids and T. Davinson and Vera Derya and P. Detistov and Paloma Diaz Fernandez and D. D. Dijulio and Sharikov Dmitry and D. Dor'e and J. Due.nas and Emmeric Dupont and Peter Egelhof and I. A. Egorova and Zolt{\'a}n Elekes and Joachim Enders and Janis Endres and S. N. Ershov and O. D. Ershova and Beatriz Fern{\'a}ndez-Dom{\'i}nguez and A. A. Fetisov and Enrico Fiori and A. S. Fomichev and Micaela Fonseca and Luis Mario Fraile and Martin Freer and Judah I. Friese and M. J. G. Borge and Daniel Galaviz Redondo and S. Gannon and U. Garg and I. Ga{\vs}pari{\'c} and Leandro Romero Gasques and Bernard Gastineau and Hans Geissel and Roman Gernhauser and T. K. Ghosh and M. Gilbert and J. Glorius and Pavel Golubev and Alexander V Gorshkov and A. K. Gourishetty and L. V. Grigorenko and Judit Guly{\'a}s and Maria Haiduc and F. Hammache and Mohsen Harakeh and Michael Hass and M. Heine and Andreas Hennig and Ana Henriques and R-D. Herzberg and Mark M. Banaszak Holl and Alexander Ignatov and Anatoly V. Ignatyuk and Stoyanka Ilieva and M. Ivanov and N. Iwasa and Bo Jakobsson and H{\aa}kan T. Johansson and Bj{\"o}rn Jonson and Pankaj S. Joshi and Arnd R. Junghans and B. Jurado and Germaine Korner and Nasser Kalantar and Rituparna Kanungo and Aleksandra Keli{\'c}-Heil and K. Kezzar and Elias Khan and Alexei Khanzadeev and O. Kiselev and M. Kogimtzis and D. Korper and S. Krackmann and Th. Kroll and Reiner Krucken and Attila Krasznahorkay and Jens Volker Kratz and Dmytro Kresan and Thomas Krings and A. M. Krumbholz and Sergey Krupko and R. Kulessa and S. Kumar and Nikolaus Kurz and E. A. Kuzmin and M. Labiche and Karlheinz Langanke and I. H. Lazarus and Tudi Le Bleis and Claudia Lederer and A. Lemasson and R. C. Lemmon and V. Liberati and Yu. A. Litvinov and Bastian Loher and Joaquin L. Herraiz and Gottfried Munzenberg and Jorge Machado and E. M. Maev and Kaushik Mahata and Davide Mancusi and Justyna Marganiec and M. Martinez Perez and Vasily Marusov and D. Mengoni and B. Million and V. Morcelle and O. Moreno and Alina Movsesyan and E. N{\'a}cher and Mohammad Ali Najafi and T. Nakamura and Farheen Naqvi and E. Yu. Nikolski and Thomas Nilsson and Chiara Nociforo and Patrick Nolan and B. G. Novatsky and G{\"o}ran Hugo Nyman and A. Ornelas and R. Palit and Sudipta Pandit and Valerii Panin and Carlos Paradela and V. V. Parkar and Stefanos Paschalis and Piotr Pawlowski and A. Perea and J. R. Pereira and C. M. Petrache and M. Petri and Simon Glynn Pickstone and Norbert Pietralla and S. Pietri and Yu.L. Pivovarov and P. Potlog and Alexander V. Prokofiev and Ganna Rastrepina and Thomas Rauscher and Guillermo Ribeiro and Maria Valentina Ricciardi and Achim Richter and Catherine Rigollet and Karsten Riisager and Arnau Rios and Christian Ritter and Tony Frutos and Javier R. Vignote and Marko Roder and Christopher Romig and Dominic M. Rossi and Patricia Roussel-Chomaz and Paresh C. Rout and S. Roy and P-A. Soderstrom and Maitreyee Saha Sarkar and S. B. Sakuta and M. D. Salsac and J. A. Sampson and Jose Sanchez del Rio Saez and J. Sanchez Rosado and Shahab Sanjari and P. Sarriguren and Anne Sauerwein and D. Savran and Christoph Scheidenberger and Heiko Scheit and Stefan Schmidt and C. Schmitt and Linda Schnorrenberger and Philipp Schrock and Ronald Schwengner and D. A. Seddon and Bradley M. Sherrill and A. Shrivastava and S. I. Sidorchuk and J. Silva and Horst Simon and E. C. Simpson and P. Singh and D Jovanovi{\'c} Slobodan and D. Sohler and M. Spieker and D. Stach and E. Stan and Mihai Stanoiu and Sergey Stepantsov and P. D. Stevenson and Frank Strieder and Laszlo Stuhl and Toshio Suda and Klaus Summerer and B. Streicher and Julien Taieb and Maya Takechi and Isao Tanihata and J. T. Taylor and O. Tengblad and G. Ter-Akopian and Satoru Terashima and P. Teubig and Ronja Thies and M. Thoennessen and Th. Thomas and Jim Thornhill and Goran Thungstrom and J. Tim{\'a}r and Yasuhiro Togano and Uesaka Tomohiro and T. G. Tornyi and J. A. Tostevin and Chris Townsley and Wolfgang Trautmann and Tarkeshwar Trivedi and Stefan Typel and Ethan Uberseder and Jos{\'e} Manuel Udias and Tomohiro Uesaka and L. N. Uvarov and Zs. Vajta and Paulo Velho and V. V. Vikhrov and M. Volknandt and V. Volkov and Peter von Neumann-Cosel and Mirko von Schmid and Andreas E. Wagner and Felix Wamers and Helmut Weick and D. Wells and Lars Westerberg and O. Wieland and Michael Wiescher and Christine Wimmer and K. Wimmer and John S. Winfield and M. Winkel and Philip J. Woods and Ramon Wyss and Dmitry Yakorev and Mikhail I. Yavor and Jorge Cardona and Irina Zartova and T. Zerguerras and Ion Sorin Zgură and Andre Zhdanov and M. V. Zhukov and M. Zieblinski and Andreas Zilges and Kai Zuber},
  journal={Journal of Physics: Conference Series},
  year={2013},
  volume={665}
}
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