Shapes and Symmetries in Nuclei: from Experiment to Theory (SSNET'18 Conference)

Europe/Paris
Costel Petrache (CSNSM, Université Paris Sud and CNRS/IN2P3), Jerzy Dudek (IPHC and Universite de Strasbourg)
Description

The SSNET 2018 Conference, hosted by the Centre de Sciences Nucléaires et Sciences de la Matière (CSNSM) in Orsay, will be held at the I2BC auditorium on the CNRS campus in Gif-sur-Yvette, France, from November 5th to the 9th, 2018.   

As in the previous -and successful!- editions, the conference aims at strengthening the international collaboration between the nuclear structure physicists from France, Europe and other laboratories all around the world. It will allow fruitful discussions on recent experimental and theoretical aspects of nuclear structure related to the manifestation and description of the various shapes and geometrical symmetries of the nucleus as well as other symmetries and symmetry breaking.

The conference fee is 275 Euros. It will cover a part of the cost of the conference, the refreshments at the coffee breaks, the welcome cocktail, the poster session cocktail, 5 lunches, the transportation between Gif sur Yvette and Paris, the excursion and the conference dinner at Paris on Wednesday November 7.

 

Organizing committee: Alain Astier, Isabelle Deloncle, Etienne Dupont, Amel Korichi, Radomira Lozeva, BingFeng Lv, Costel Petrache (chair), Jerzy Dudek (co-chair)

 

Conference secretary: Émilie Bonnardel

       
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Participants
  • Aaron Couture
  • Adriana Nannini
  • Alain Astier
  • Alessandro Pastore
  • Alexandrina Petrovici
  • Amel Korichi
  • Amiram Leviatan
  • Anatoli Afanasjev
  • Andrea Vitturi
  • Anne Forney
  • Anu Kankainen
  • Anwesha Basu
  • Araceli Lopez-Martens
  • Bastian Schuetrumpf
  • Bingfeng Lv
  • Bogdan Fornal
  • Corina Andreoiu
  • Costel Petrache
  • Daniel Doherty
  • Dany Davesne
  • Dimitar Tonev
  • Dirk Weisshaar
  • Eiji Ideguchi
  • Elena Lawrie
  • Etienne Dupont
  • Ferruccio Renzoni
  • Francois Didierjean
  • Frantisek Knapp
  • Genis Musulmanbekov
  • Gianluca Colò
  • Gopal Mukherjee
  • Guoxiang Dong
  • Heather Crawford
  • Himanshu Kumar Singh
  • Igor Izosimov
  • Ingemar Ragnarsson
  • Irene Dedes
  • Isabelle Deloncle
  • Jacek Dobaczewski
  • Jack Henderson
  • James Cubiss
  • Jan Kvasil
  • Janne Pakarinen
  • Javier Menendez
  • Jerzy Dudek
  • Jie Meng
  • Jie Yang
  • John Wood
  • José Enrique García-Ramos
  • Jozsef Cseh
  • Kamila Sieja
  • Kasia Hadynska-Klek
  • Katarzyna Wrzosek-Lipska
  • Katsuhisa Nishio
  • Kazuyuki Sekizawa
  • Ken-ichiro Arita
  • Khuyagbaatar Jadambaa
  • Kouhei Washiyama
  • Krzysztof Pomorski
  • Kuankuan Zheng
  • Kwame Appiah
  • Laurent Audouin
  • Laurent Gaudefroy
  • Liam Gaffney
  • Lysandra Batail
  • Magda Zielinska
  • Magdalena Gorska
  • Manuel Caamaño
  • Marcella Grasso
  • Marek Ploszajczak
  • Mariya Yavahchova
  • Mark Spieker
  • Masaki Sasano
  • Michael Block
  • Michal Kowal
  • Michiharu Wada
  • Mitch Allmond
  • Modesto Montoya Zavaleta
  • Mohamed Mouadil
  • Naofumi Tsunoda
  • Nikolay Minkov
  • Noam Gavrielov
  • Olivier Vasseur
  • Partha Chowdhury
  • Paul Garrett
  • Paul Greenlees
  • Petr Navratil
  • Petr Vesely
  • Petrica Buganu
  • Philip Walker
  • Philippe Quentin
  • Pierre Becker
  • Piet Van Isacker
  • Pieter Doornenbal
  • Purnima Singh
  • Qibo Chen
  • R.Burcu Cakirli
  • Radomira Lozeva
  • Ramon Wyss
  • Ranabir Banik
  • Ren Li
  • Richard Casten
  • Roderick Clark
  • Roelof Bijker
  • Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz
  • Saba Ansari
  • Said Boudhaim
  • Sebastian Raeder
  • Song Guo
  • Sophie Péru
  • Steven Yates
  • Takaharu Otsuka
  • Tamara Korbut
  • Tamara Niksic
  • Thifhelimbilu Daphney Bucher
  • Tingting Sun
  • Tuomas Grahn
  • Volker Werner
  • Wei Zhang
  • Wen Hui Long
  • Wojciech Satula
  • Wolfram Korten
  • Xiao-Tao He
  • Yang Sun
  • Yoshihiro Aritomo
  • Youssra Elabssaoui
  • Yutaka Utsuno
  • Zsolt Podolyak