Call for Papers submission deadline extended to 11 October 2019

Plenary Speakers

Please find below a complete list of speakers with titles of talks and biographies (as available).

  • Explosive scenarios in astrophysics: Observations, models and nuclear inputs
    Professor Ani Aprahamian, Notre Dame University, USA
  • Challenges in laser spectroscopy of the heaviest elements

    Professor Michael Block, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany

  • Recent advances in the description of reactions involving exotic nuclei
    Professor Pierre Capel, Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz, Germany
  • Nuclear astrophysics in underground laboratories
    Dr Francesca Cavanna, National Institute for Nuclear Physics, Italy
  • Physics opportunities with reactions induced by relativistic rare beam: Unveiling neutron-star secrets
    Professor Lola Cortina, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
  • From nuclei to the cosmos: Tracing heavy-element production with the oldest stars
    Professor Anna Frebel, MIT, USA
  • Nuclear pear shapes studied with radioactive ion beams
    Dr Liam Gaffney, University of Liverpool, UK
  • Towards quantum computations of atomic nuclei
    Dr Gaute Hagen, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
  • Probing the strong nuclear interaction at neutron-star densities
    Professor Or Hen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • Searching for the quark-gluon plasma from proton-proton to heavy-ion collisions
    Dr Alice Ohlson, University of Heidelberg, Germany
  • IAEA activities in support of nuclear physics research and applications
    Dr Danas Ridikas, The International Atomic Energy Agency, Austria
  • The decay of silver-129
    Dr Robert Shearman, National Physical Laboratory, UK
  • Relativistic heavy-ion collisions for the investigation of strongly-coupled quark-gluon plasmas
    Professor Chun Shen, Wayne State University, USA
  • Progress towards a nuclear clock: properties of the 229-Thorium isomer

    Dr Peter Thirolf, Ludwig Maximilian University, Germany

  • The future of neutrino physics and neutrino oscillations
    Professor Mark Thomson, The Science and Technology Facilities Council, UK
  • Gravitational waves as probes for nuclear physics

    Professor Jo Van den Brand, Dutch National Institute for Subatomic Physics and VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  • High-resolution laser spectroscopy for the study of exotic nuclear properties
    Dr Xiaofei Yang, Peking University, China

Key dates

Abstract submission deadline [EXTENDED]:

8 February 2019

Exhibitors early registration deadline [EXTENDED]:

30 March 2019

Early registration deadline:

17 June 2019

Accommodation deadline:

17 June 2019

Poster submission deadline:

28 June 2019

Registration deadline:

19 July 2019

Paper submission deadline [EXTENDED]:

11 October 2019

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