First FRIB-CSC Fellows selected
Five scientists have been selected as the first Facility for
Rare Isotope Beams-Chinese Scholarship Council research fellows.
Funding for the fellows is provided by the CSC, which
will support five fellows every year for two-year visits at U.S. labs and
universities involved in FRIB science.
The fellow candidates were selected by a joint U.S.-China committee and
placed in U.S. research groups interested in hosting a fellow.
Theorist Dr. Yinu Zhang of Peking University will be joining the Ohio
State University group.
Inaugural meeting of the FRIB Theory Alliance
A meeting marking the creation of the FRIB-TA was held
on March 31 and April 1 at Michigan State University.
It was very well attended, with
members present and others observing by videocast.
featured excellent speakers
(slides) and discussion of the FRIB-TA
charter (which was
ratified by the community) and FRIB-TA initiatives.
FRIB Theory Fellow selected
The FRIB Theory Fellow Search Committee has selected a new fellow
to reside at Michigan State University.
Dr. Gregory Potel was the selected candidate and started in May, 2016.