Program

Invited lectures, selected seminar contributions and posters will cover advances in the study of nuclear phenomena: from low lying shell model states to collective excitations at extreme spins and temperatures, from light to superheavy nuclei, from exotic proton drip-line nuclei to very neutron rich nuclear systems and neutron-stars.   Latest ideas and advances in nuclear theory will be presented as well as new experimental results.  New methods and apparatus developed and used at stable and radioactive ion beam facilities will be reviewed. We will discuss the impact of nuclear physics on other areas, such as astrophysics, healthcare, energy production or security.

The scientific program of the Conference will  consist in part of a series of one-day topical workshops focused on experimental and theoretical aspects of:

  • the structure of exotic nuclei situated  at the borders of the nuclear chart,
  • the collective phenomena in nuclei over a wide range of of temperatures and spins,
  • the nuclear physics processes  in supernovae explosions and  in neutron-star mergers.

They will be convened by world class experts in these fields.

Most of the  Conference  time will be devoted to  reports on the latest achievements in the nuclear research. These contributions  will be chosen with a help of   the  International Advisory Committee bringing together outstanding scientists, representing the world wide nuclear physics community.

Each session will include a few invited talks (duration of 20 to 30 minutes) and selected contributed seminars (duration of 15 minutes).

Conveners of the topical workshops:

Alexandra Gade (MSU, East Lansing) –    Structure of Exotic Nuclei,

Adam Maj (IFJ PAN, Kraków) – Nuclear Collectivity,

Jorge Piekarewicz (Florida State University, Tallahassee) –  Nuclear Astrophysics

 International Advisory Committee:

Gianluca Colo (University of Milan)

Mikhail Itkis (JINR, Dubna)

Marek Lewitowicz (GANIL, Caen)

Witold Nazarewicz (MSU, East Lansing)

Patrick Regan (University of Surrey, Guildford)

Peter Reiter (University of Cologne)

Krzysztof Rusek (HIL University of Warsaw)

Hiroyoshi Sakurai (RIKEN, Saitama)

Invited speakers (preliminary list):

Navin Alahari (GANIL, France)
Almudena Arcones (TU Darmstadt, Germany)
Deuk Soon Ahn (KBSI, Korea)
Giovanna Benzoni (Milano University, Italy)
Franco Camera (Milano University, Italy)
Emmanuel Clement (GANIL, France)
Iris Dillmann (TRIUMF, Canada)
Jerzy Dudek (IPHC, France)
Martin Freer (University of Birmingham, UK)
Hans Fynbo (Aarhus University, Denmark)
Umesh Garg (University of Notre Dame, US)
Jacek Golak (Jagiellonian University, Poland)
Gaute Hagen (ORNL, US)
Dan Hoff (Umass Lowell, US)
Ben Kay (ANL, US)
Nicholas Keeley (NCBJ Świerk, Poland)
Philppe Landry (University of Chicago, US)
Silvia Leoni (Milano University, Italy)
Augusto Macchiavelli (Berkeley Lab, US)
Juliette Mammei (University of Manitoba, Canada)
Ben Margalit (Berkeley Lab, US)
Gerda Neyens (CERN, Switzerland)
Alexandre Obertelli (TU Darmstadt, Germany)
Alessandro Pastore (University of York, UK)
Costel Petrache (IPN Orsay, France)
Marek Pfutzner (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Marek Płoszajczak (GANIL, France)
Mark Riley (Florida State University, US)
Xavier Roca-Maza (INFN Milano, Italy)
Hideyuki Sakai (RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan)
Hervé Savajols (GANIL, France)
Timur Shneidman (JINR, Russia)
Pietro Spagnoletti (SFU Vancouver, Canada)
Atsushi Tamii (Osaka University, Japan)
Jose Javier Valiente Dobon (LNL, Italy)
Marine Vandebrouck (CEA Saclay, France)
Jonathan Wilson (IPN Orsay, France)
Kathrin Wimmer (IEM-CSIC, Spain)
Juan Carlos Zamora (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Special lectures

The conference program will start with a keynote talk by Witold Nazarewicz  (MSU, US) who will summarize the status and perspectives  in the field of low-energy  nuclear physics. Among concluding lectures, one presented by  Bogdan Fornal  (IFJ PAN, Poland) will be devoted to the beginnings of modern experimental nuclear physics in Krakow, in which Prof. Henryk Niewodniczański, the founder of IFJ PAN, played a key role.

Poster Session

Posters (B1 format) will be divided into 3 categories: E-experiment, I-Instrumentation, T-theory.  At  the dedicated Poster Session authors are expected to present and discuss their work. Best papers can be published in the conference proceedings. Winners of the poster competition will be awarded  a special cash prize founded by NuPPEC. To create a friendly and informal atmosphere during the Poster Session, we will serve snacks and refreshments.

During the Poster Session  CAEN will present advanced tools for educational labs. CAEN brings the experience acquired in almost 40 years of collaboration with the High Energy & Nuclear Physics community into the University educational laboratories by providing modern physics experiments based on the latest technologies and instrumentation.
CAEN Educational Kits, mainly based on Silicon Photomultipliers (SiPM) are provided with a dedicated Control Software, are modern and flexible platforms for teaching the fundamentals of Statistics, Particles Detection and Nuclear Imaging. CAEN developed a series of experiments with different difficulty levels which  can be performed at the high school level, undergraduate physics laboratory and Ph.D. courses. Some of these experiments will be carried out at the exhibition.

Updated: 28th October 2020