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The 13th CNS International Summer School (CNSSS14)
Nishina Hall, RIKEN Nishina Center (Center for Nuclear Study, Univ. of Tokyo.)
Nishina Hall, RIKEN Nishina Center
Center for Nuclear Study, Univ. of Tokyo.
RIKEN campus, 2-1 Hirosawa, Wako, Saitama, Japan.
The 13th CNS International Summer School
will be held at Center for Nuclear Study (CNS), the University of Tokyo, Wako Campus from August 21 to 27, 2014.
This Summer School aims at providing basic knowledge and perspectives of nuclear physics for graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. It consists of lectures by leading scientists in the field of both experimental and theoretical nuclear physics. Each lecture will start with an introductory talk from the fundamental point of view and end with up-to-date topics in the relevant field.
During summer school, short presentations by students and post-docs and poster session are also planned.
Lecturers (in no particular order)
David Brink (Oxford University, UK)
Nigel Orr (University of Caen, France)
Thomas Papenbrock (Unversity of Tennessee, USA)
Hiroaki Utsunomiya (Konan University, Japan)
Kiyoshi Kato (Hokkaido University, Japan)
Kyoichiro Ozawa (KEK, Japan)
Shigehiro Nagataki (RIKEN, Japan)
Masaki Sasano (RIKEN Nishina Center, Japan)
CNS welcomes gladly participation of young physicists wide from the world, especially from Asian countries. The organizer may provide living expenses of young students within the limited resource. If you need the financial supports, please contact us.
S. Shimoura (School master, CNS)
T. Otsuka (CNS and Dept. of Phys, the Univ. of Tokyo)
H. Sakai (RNC, RIKEN)
H. Hamagaki (CNS)
T. Nakatsukasa (Tsukuba)
H. Sakurai (University of Tokyo / RNC)
N. Shimizu (CNS)
T. Uesaka (RNC, RIKEN)
Y. Utsuno (JAEA and CNS)
H. Utsunomiya (Konan and CNS)
K. Yako (CNS)
N. Imai (CNS)
S. Michimasa (CNS)
S. Ota (CNS)
T. Gunji (CNS)
Y. Iwata (CNS)