Ortenzio Family Assistant Professorship in Applied Medical and Nuclear Physics
Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics, 2010
The University of British Columbia, Canada
B.Sc. in physics, 2003
Université de Montréal, Canada
Email: mbrodeur (at) nd (dot) edu
Office phone: 574-631-8204
Office: 213 Nieuwland Science Hall
I am interested in understanding the various aspects of the atomic nucleus, from its birth to its limits of existence passing by its structure and symmetries. I study these various aspects through precise measurements of the mass and decay properties of unstable nuclei using ion trappings technique. By extension, I am also interested in the production and delivery methods of short-lived nuclei.
“Experimental investigation of the ion surfing transport method”, M. Brodeur, A.E. Gehring, G. Bollen, S. Schwarz, and D.J. Morrissey, Int. J of Mass Spect. 336, 53 (2013).
“Elucidation of the anomalous A = 9 isospin quartet behavior”, M. Brodeur, T. Brunner, S. Ettenauer, A. Lapierre, R. Ringle, B.A. Brown, D. Lunney, J. Dilling, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 212501 (2012).
“First direct mass-measurement of the two-neutron halo nucleus 6He and improved mass for the four-neutron halo 8He”, M. Brodeur, T. Brunner, C. Champagne, S. Ettenauer, M. J. Smith, A. Lapierre, R. Ringle, V. L. Ryjkov, S. Bacca, P. Delheij, G. W. F. Drake, D. Lunney, A. Schwenk, J. Dilling, Phys. Rev. Lett. 108, 052504 (2012).