The presentation given at the 2018 Low Energy Community Meeting can be found here.
SOLSTISE (SOLenoid and Supersonic Target In Structure Experiments) is a DOE-funded project to combine the technologies from two state of the art devices for nuclear spectroscopy: HELIOS and JENSA.
By incorporating a gas jet target into a solenoidal spectrometer, energy and angle resolution can be improved and unwanted backgrounds reduced, allowing for next-generation particle spectroscopy for basic nuclear physics.
Here is a zipped tarball of the semi-empirical stopping power code stopit (the modified version that includes some standard materials such as CH2 and silicon) packaged with the kinematics calculator/plotter labkin (requires xmgrace).
[These codes are provided without any warranty expressed or implied]