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Erich Leistenschneider

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Universidade de São Paulo (USP). Instituto de Física (IF)  (Institutional affiliation from the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

My research interests are focused on experimental investigations of nuclear and atomic properties at the extremes of nuclear matter. My experience in the field ranges from the study of clustering effects in light nuclei employing scattering techniques to the evolution of nuclear shells far from stability using mass spectrometry. I specialize in bridging experimental AMO techniques to the constraints of rare and radioactive isotope sciences, particularly related to ion trapping and precision measurements.I am a part of the Heavy Element Group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, but I frequently take part in scientific investigations in other laboratories around the world, such as LAFN (IF-USP, Brazil), TRIUMF (Canada), NSCL/FRIB (Michigan State University, USA), GSI (Germany), and CERN (Switzerland). I hold a Bachelor's degree in Physics (2011) and a Master's in Science (2014) from the University of São Paulo. I earned my Doctorate in Physics (2019) from the University of British Columbia (Vancouver, Canada). I received the CAP-DNP Thesis Prize for 2018/2019 and the CERN Senior Research Fellowship in 2021. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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