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ARIS History

The ARIS series was born in 2011 from a merger of the ENAM (Exotic Nuclei and Atomic Masses) and RNB (Radioactive Nuclear Beams) conferences.  This page illustrates the rich pedigree of ARIS with web links (where available).

 

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             Keystone (USA)                    Tokyo (Japan)                     Leuven (Belgium)            

                                                             Proceedings                   

 

                  The ENAM Series                                         The RNB Series

 

2009 - RNB8

Grand Rapids, MI (USA)

2008 – Ryn (Poland) 

 

 

2006 - Cortina d’Ampezzo RNB7(Italy)                    

Proceedings   

2004 – Pine Mountain (USA)

    Proceedings

 
 

2003 - RNB6 - Argonne, IL (USA)

Proceedings

2001 – Hämeenlinna (Finland)      

Proceedings

 
 

2000 - RNB5 - Divonne (France) 

Proceedings

1998 – Bellaire, MI (USA)

     Proceedings

 

1996 - RNB4 - Ohmiya (Japan)

Proceedings

Proceedings

 
 

1993 - RNB3 - East Lansing (USA)

   Couverture             Proceedings      

1992 - Bernkastel-Kues (Germany)

Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants - Nuclei Far From Stability

Proceedings

 
 

1991 - RNB2 - Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium)

 Proceedings

1990 AMCO-8, Jerusalem (Israel)  (cancelled due to the Gulf War)


 

1989 - RNB1 - San Francisco (USA)

Proceedings of the first International Conference on Radioactive Nuclear Beams : 16-18 October 1989, University of California at Berkeley, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, Berkeley, California

Proceedings

   
  1987 NFFS-5 Rousseau Lake (Canada)
1984 AMCO-7 Seeheim (Germany)  
  1981 NFFS-4 Helsingør (Denmark)
1979 AMCO-6 East Lansing (USA)  
  1976 NFFS-3 Cargèse (France)
1975 AMCO-5 Paris (France)  
1971 AMCO-4 Teddington (UK)  
  1970 NFFS-2 Leysin (Switzerland)
1967 AMCO-3 Winnipeg (Canada)  
  1966 NFFS-1 Lysekil (Sweden)
1963 AMCO-2 Vienna (Austria)  
1960 AMCO-1 Hamilton (Canada)  
1956 (AMCO-0) Nuclear Masses and their Determination (celebration of Mattauch's 60th birthday) Mainz (Germany)