Jens Dilling

Jens Dilling received his undergraduate and graduate degree (Ph.D., 2001) from the University of Heidelberg, Germany, working at GSI and CERN. He then became a research scientist at TRIUMF, Vancouver, Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics. He is presently the deputy scientific director of TRIUMF and the head of the nuclear physics group. He is associated with the University of British Columbia and his research group works on Penning trap measurements at the ISAC facility for nuclear structure and double beta decay.

Jens Dilling, Chris Ruiz Published March 21, 2011

Astrophysics | Nuclear Physics

New mass measurements of proton-rich nuclei will allow scientists to more accurately simulate the nucleosynthesis that occurs on the surface of neutron stars.