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Ingo Wiedenhöver


Office Address:
Ingo Wiedenhöver
Department of Physics
Florida State University
217 Keen Building
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4350
Phone: (850) 644-1429
Fax: (850) 644-4478
E-mail: iwiedenhover@physics.fsu.edu
Position
Professor of Physics
Education
Diplom-Physiker, Universität zu Köln, 1991
Dr.rer.nat (Ph.D.), Institute of Nuclear Physics, Universität zu Köln, 1995
Employment History
1995 Scientific Employee, Institute of Nuclear Physics, Cologne, Germany
1997 Research Associate, Physics Division, Argonne National Lab, Argonne, Il, USA
2000 Assistant Professor (NSCL), National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, East Lansing, Mi, USA
2001 Assistant Professor, Physics Department, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fl, USA
2006 Associate Professor, Physics Department, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fl, USA
2012 Professor, Physics Department, Florida State University, Tallahassee, Fl, USA
Research Field
Experimental nuclear physics, especially nuclear astrophysics and structure of exotic nuclei
Research Facilities
RESOLUT, a new research facility for Nuclear Astrophysics at FSU
Associate Director for Operations at FSU's Superconducting Linear Accelerator Laboratory
Awards
Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes Scholarship, 1986-1994
US Department of Energy “Outstanding Junior Investigator” award 2002-2004
FSU's 2011 Developing Scholar Award
FSU's 2012 Honors Thesis Mentor Award
Teaching
Lecturer, Course leader in “College Physics A, B” courses
Lecturer, Course leader in “General Physics A, B” courses
Lecturer, Course leader in “Intermediate Modern Physics” courses
Committee Memberships
User Executive Committee of the Facility for Rare Ion Beams, East Lansing, Michigan
User Executive Committee
of the Gretina Detector
Secretary of ARUNA , the Association for Research at University Nuclear Accelerators



Recent highlights from more than 140 Publications
I. Wiedenhöver, Viewpoint: Putting a Spin on Superheavy Elements Physics 5, 73 (2012)

E.S. Diffenderfer, L.T. Baby, D. Santiago-Gonzalez, N. Ahsan, A. Rojas, A. Volya, I. Wiedenhöver, & A.H. Wuosmaa, M.P. Carpenter, R.V.F. Janssens, C.J. Lister, M. Devlin, D.G. Sarantites, L.G. Sobotka. High-spin spectrum of 24Mg studied through multi-particle angular correlations . Physical Review C 85 034311 (2012)

D. Santiago-Gonzalez, I. Wiedenhöver, V. Abramkina, M.L. Avila, T. Baugher, D. Bazin, B.A. Brown, P.D. Cottle, A. Gade, T. Glasmacher, K.W. Kemper, S. McDaniel, A. Rojas, A. Ratkiewicz, R. Meharchand, E.C. Simpson, J.A. Tostevin, A. Volya, D. Weisshaar (2011). Triple configuration coexistence in S-44. Physical Review C, 83(6), 061305(R) (2011)

J. P. Mitchell, G. V. Rogachev, E. D. Johnson, L. T. Baby, K. W. Kemper, A. M. Moro, P. N. Peplowski, A. Volya, and I. Wiedenhöver Low-lying states in B-8 . PHYSICAL REVIEW C, 82(1), 011601 (2010).

P. N. Peplowski, L. T. Baby, I. Wiedenhöver, S. E. Dekat, E. Diffenderfer, D. L. Gay, O. Grubor-Urosevic, P. Höflich, R. A. Kaye, N. Keeley, A. Rojas, and A. Volya Lowest l=0 proton resonance in Si-26 and implications for nucleosynthesis of Al-26. PHYSICAL REVIEW C, 79(3), 032801 (2009).