5-10 September 2021
Palais des Papes - Avignon - France
Europe/Paris timezone
ARIS postponed to 5-10 September 2021
ARIS 2020, the fourth International Conference on Advances in Radioactive Isotope Science, will be held in France's beautiful city of Avignon.  Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have rescheduled ARIS to 5-10 September 2021. 
 
ARIS is the flagship conference for rare isotope science, born from a merger of the international conferences ‘Exotic Nuclei and Atomic Masses (ENAM)’ and ‘Radioactive Nuclear Beams (RNB)’.  Following the tradition of the ARIS meetings in 2011 (Leuven), 2014 (Tokyo), and 2017 (Keystone), ARIS 2020 will facilitate vibrant exchange through a scientific program highlighting the most recent experimental and theoretical work including the following topics:
  • Nuclear structure and reactions
  • New approaches in nuclear theory
  • Nuclear astrophysics including nucleosynthesis and compact objects
  • Ground-state properties and fundamental interactions in nuclei
  • Drip-line nuclei, heavy elements and fission
  • Radioactive ion beam production and experimental developments
  • Applications of radioisotopes in medicine and other fields

Sponsors

         ILL       P2I      

GANIL       ISOLDE       P2IO

LPC                     

            

            

ARIS2020 will abide by the
IUPAP Conference Policies

Starts
Ends
Europe/Paris
Palais des Papes - Avignon - France
Conclave

Local Organizing Committee:  Marlène Assié (IJCLab), Sandrine Courtin (IPHC), Ferid Haddad (Arronax/U. Nantes), Beatriz Jurado (CENBG), Ulli Koester (ILL), Wolfram Korten (IRFU), David Lunney (IJCLab), Nigel Orr (LPC), Jean-Charles Thomas (GANIL)