Graduate Student Christina Burbadge places 2nd for Best Paper Presentation in the Nuclear Physics Division at the 2016 CAP Congress

Congratulations to Christina Burbadge who placed second for Best Paper Presentation Prize in the Nuclear Physics Division for her presentation of her paper titled "Investigating the nature of excited 0+ states populated via the 162Er(p,t) reaction" at the 2016 CAP Congress.   Christina is leading the analysis of data obtained from the MLL facility in Munich, Germany, by the collaboration involving Guelph, TRIUMF, the Technical University Munich, Ludwig-Maximilians University Munich, and the University of Western Cape (South Africa). The 2016 CAP Congress took place at the University of Ottawa from June 12 to 17, 2016.