The first International African Symposium on Exotic Nuclei (IASEN-2013) will be held from 2-6 December 2013.
This Symposium is jointly organized by iThemba LABS, South Africa and Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia.
The Symposium venue is the Lord Charles Hotel, Somerset West (near Cape Town, South Africa).
The Symposium will be devoted to the investigation of nuclei in extreme states and, in particular, at the limits of nuclear stability (from very light neutron- and proton-rich). The Topics to be discussed are: • Exotic Nuclei and their Properties • Rare Processes and Decays • Evolution of Shell Structure • Collective Modes of the Nucleus • Nuclear Astrophysics • Applications of Exotic Beams in Materials Research • Current and Future Facilities The program will include oral and poster presentations of contributed papers.
A school will be held for students on the day before the Symposium, Sunday (1 December)at iThemba LABS. Transport will be provided from the Lord Charles Hotel to iThemba LABS on 1 December for participating students.
Limited financial support is available for South African students and scientists. Please indicate should you wish to apply for such support.
The Organizing Committee encourages the submission of oral and poster contributions in the indicated scientific areas. The Organizing Committee, in consultation with the International Advisory Board, will invite plenary talks and select contributions for the parallel and poster sessions.
Further information is provided at the website http://iasen-2013.jinr.ru. For further information contact: Ms Naomi Haasbroek, Logistics Manager at: firstname.lastname@example.org