RCNP tracking Germanium detector
iThemba LABS was represented at the “Physics Opportunities using CAGRA and RCNP tracking Germanium detector workshop” held at Osaka University, Japan from 10-12 October. Similar to the AFRODITE array, the CAGRA project consists of a gamma-ray array of 16 detectors on loan from Japan, US, and China. The CAGRA campaign experiments were performed by combining the CAGRA array with the low-energy radioactive ion beam line, the muon detector MuSiC, and the high-resolution spectrometer Grand Raiden at the Research Center for Nuclear Physics, Osaka) which is similar to the K600 spectrometer. The latest developments on ALBA and AFRODITE as well as the SAIF project was presented.