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FLNR JINR (Dubna), GANIL (Caen), RIKEN (Wako-shi), GSI (Darmstadt)

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International Symposium on Exotic Nuclei “EXON - 2009”
Sochi, 28 September - 2 October 2009

    The next International Symposium on Exotic Nuclei (EXON-2009) is scheduled for the last decade of September, 2009. The organizers of the Symposium are the FLNR JINR (Dubna), GANIL(Caen), RIKEN (Wako-shi), GSI (Darmstadt) – the scientific centers, where exotic nuclei have been intensively studied.
    The Symposium will be held in Sochi (on the Black Sea). It is a picturesque area with its own unique climate, and it is widely known for its beautiful palaces. The International Olympic Committee has designated Sochi as the host city of the 2014 Olympic Games. Set in a spectacular location, on the coast of the Black Sea and at the foot of the Caucasus Mountains in southern Russia, Sochi is inviting the world to a once-in-a-lifetime celebration of sport at the 2014 Olympic Games.
    We hope that these exotic and astonishing places will promote the fruitful work of the Symposium and will improve the collaboration of physicists from different countries.
    The Symposium will be devoted to the investigation of nuclei in extreme states and, in particular, at the limits of nuclear stability (from very light neutron- and proton-rich up to superheavy nuclei).

The Topics to be discussed are:

  • Methods of production of light exotic nuclei and study of their properties
  • Superheavy elements. Synthesis and properties
  • Rare processes and decays
  • Radioactive beams. Production and research programmes
  • Experimental set-ups and future projects

    The program will include invited talks, oral and poster presentations of contributed papers. It is expected that during the Symposium there will be enough time for informal meetings at which one can discuss future prospects of joining the efforts of different scientific centers for performing joint investigations.

ABSTRACTS: The abstracts must be typewritten using MS WORD or LATEX and submitted by e-mail before 30 April, 2009. The abstracts should not exceed 1 page and must be sent in the camera-ready form (17 cm x 25.5 cm).

PROCEEDINGS: The Symposium Proceedings will be published shortly after the Symposium. The volume will include only the papers presented at the Symposium. Detailed information on the preparation of the manuscripts will be provided in the next Circular.

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