Publications

  1. Amole, C., Ashkezari, M., Baquero-Ruiz, M., Bertsche, W., Butler, E., Capra, A., Cesar, C., Charlton, M., Deller, A., Evetts, N., Eriksson, S., Fajans, J., Friesen, T., Fujiwara, M., Gill, D., Gutierrez, A., Hangst, J., Hardy, W., Hayden, M., Isaac, C., Jonsell, S., Kurchaninov, L., Little, A., Madsen, N., McKenna, J., Menary, S., Napoli, S., Olchanski, K., Olin, A., Pusa, P., Rasmussen, C., Robicheaux, F., Sarid, E., Silveira, D., So, C., Stracka, S., Tharp, T., Thompson, R., van der Werf, D., Wurtele, J., Isaac, A. In situ electromagnetic field diagnostics with an electron plasma in a Penning–Malmberg trap New Journal of Physics 16 1 013037
  2. Charlton, M., Eriksson, S., Aled Isaac, C., Madsen, N., van der Werf, D., Isaac, A. Antihydrogen in a bottle Physics Education 48 2 212 220
  3. Mortensen, T., Deller, A., Isaac, C., van der Werf, D., Charlton, M., Machacek, J., van der Werf, D., Isaac, A. Manipulation of the magnetron orbit of a positron cloud in a Penning trap Physics of Plasmas 20 1 012124
  4. Amole, C., Ashkezari, M., Baquero-Ruiz, M., Bertsche, W., Butler, E., Capra, A., Cesar, C., Charlton, M., Deller, A., Eriksson, S., Fajans, J., Friesen, T., Fujiwara, M., Gill, D., Gutierrez, A., Hangst, J., Hardy, W., Hayden, M., Isaac, C., Jonsell, S., Kurchaninov, L., Little, A., Madsen, N., McKenna, J., Menary, S., Napoli, S., Olchanski, K., Olin, A., Pusa, P., Rasmussen, C., Robicheaux, F., Sarid, E., Shields, C., Silveira, D., So, C., Stracka, S., Thompson, R., van der Werf, D., Wurtele, J., Zhmoginov, A., Friedland, L., (ALPHA collaboration), ., van der Werf, D., Madsen, N., Isaac, A., Eriksson, S. Experimental and computational study of the injection of antiprotons into a positron plasma for antihydrogen production Physics of Plasmas 20 4 043510
  5. Isaac, C., Isaac, A. Motional sideband excitation using rotating electric fields Physical Review A 87 4

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Teaching

  • GEC269 Cyfathrebu Gwyddoniaeth

    This module introduces students to the subject of Science Communication. Students will learn how to communicate complex scientific concepts to different audiences using a variety of techniques. Each day of the course will focus onto different mode of communication. Day 1 will introduce the subject area and focus onto personal communication styles and performance training. Day 2 will focus onto press releases and print media with students writing their own press releases, their own newspaper articles, blogs and social media. This session will be held with support form Catrin Newman at the Swansea University Press Office. Day 3 will focus onto audible media (i.e. radio). Students will develop and record a science-themed radio magazine show at the BBC Radio Cymru studios in Cardiff. Day 4 will focus onto visual media (i.e. television). Students will develop and record a science-themed TV segment based on an element of university research. This session will be held with support from Telesgop TV production company and Swansea University media services. Day 5 will focus onto science communication with younger audiences. Students will develop and present a hands-on activity for primary school aged children.

  • PH-129 Laboratory Physics I

    Laboratory Physics I

  • PH-129C Ffiseg Labordy I

    Ffiseg Labordy

  • PH-210 Laboratory Physics 2 and Group Projects

    The objective of this module is for students to carry out a range of physical measurements and to collate data in a structured manner. Students will be familiarised with various software packages for the collation, analysis and representation of data. They will be expected to keep neat and comprehensive laboratory notebooks, and to write lucid reports of their experiments. The students will also get experience of working within a team (or group) environment on a five-week project.

  • PH-211 Laboratory Physics 2 and Group Projects

    The objective of this module is for students to carry out a range of physical measurements and to collate data in a structured manner. Students will be familiarised with various software packages for the collation, analysis and representation of data. They will be expected to keep neat and comprehensive laboratory notebooks, and to write lucid reports of their experiments. The students will also get experience of working within a team (or group) environment on a five-week project.

  • PH-311C Prosiect

    Prosiect a gynhaliwyd yn unigol dan oruchwyliaeth aelod o staff ar destun damcaniaethol neu arbrofol addas.

  • PH-312C Arbrofion Opsiwn

    Arbrofion wedi cynnal mewn dau sesiwn wythnosol 3-awr ar bynciau sy'n gysylltiedig â'r cyrsiau opsiwn lefel 2/3

  • PH-325C Addysgu ffiseg trwy leoliad mewn ysgol

    Mae'r modiwl yma ar gyfer myfyrwyr sydd â diddordeb mewn dechrau dysgu; sy'n cynnwys lleoliad wythnosol mewn ysgol leol dan fentoriaeth athro ffiseg. Bydd y myfyriwr yn ymgymryd ag arsylwi ac amryw o weithgareddau addysgu. Caiff y modiwl ei asesu trwy adroddiad y mentor ac ar waith prosiect ysgrifenedig.

  • PH-M24C Prosiect Ymchwil

    Bydd myfyrwyr yn perfformio prosiectau unigol sy¿n seiliedig ar destunau Ffiseg uwch.

Supervision

  • A Study of Cold Atoms and Positronium (current)

    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Stefan Eriksson
    Other supervisor: Prof Michael Charlton
  • Physics with low energy positron beams (current)

    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Michael Charlton
  • Development of a proton beamlines for measurements of the cross section of proton and positronium in the production of H- (current)

    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Michael Charlton
  • New Techniques at the Interface of Cold Matter & Antimatter (current)

    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Stefan Eriksson
  • 'Rare Gas Solid Positron Moderators with Application to Material Analysis' (awarded 2019)

    MSc
    Other supervisor: Prof Michael Charlton
  • 'Efficient Excitiation of Rhydberg Positronium' (awarded 2019)

    PhD
    Other supervisor: Prof Michael Charlton
  • '''Towards non-destructive diagnostics of trapped positrons''' (awarded 2018)

    MSc
    Other supervisor: Prof Michael Charlton