First Announcement of the 2nd Eurisol Topical Meeting in Valencia

October 15, 2010 on 5:07 pm | In Conferences, Eurisol user group news | No Comments

Dear Colleagues,

On February 21th to 23rd 2011 the second Eurisol topical meeting will take place in
Valencia. It is organised by the Eurisol Users Group. The topic this time is
“Neutron deficient exotic nuclei and the Physics of the “proton rich side” of the nuclear
chart”. It follows the Catania meeting on “The formation and structure of r-process nuclei,
between N=50 and 82” celebrated last year.

As you probably know, the aim of our group is to promote activities in order to keep
the discussions on the physics at the future Eurisol facility continuously active and

A number of people have already confirmed their participation (see below) covering
the topics that we have considered essential. In addition, your experience at
present or future short term facilities, as well as theoretical modelling related to nuclei
“left from the valley of stability” will be an important input to the discussion and
undoubtedly to the development of Eurisol. If you are interested in participating
and/or giving talk, please register at the webpage before December 18th.

In order to facilitate your attendance, we are organising a short but intense meeting
right at the centre of the old city of Valencia (Colegio Mayor Rector Peset ). Valencia is an attractive city that combines ancient history
with modern life. In winter it has a mild weather due to the vicinity of the
Mediterranean Sea. Also in the centre of the city we are negotiating with
the Hotel Palace a special price for participants which will be confirmed together with
the second announcement.

Please mark the dates on your agenda and write to us if you have any further question
(to Berta Rubio, chair, or Maria José Gracia, scientific secretary, at

If you wish to give a talk please send a one page abstract to me at the meeting email address before December 18th .

Looking forwards to welcoming you in Valencia.

Berta Rubio,

on behalf of the organising and advisory committee:

Dieter Ackermann
Bertram Blank
Angela Bonaccorso
Yorick Blumenfeld
Giacomo De Angelis
Lidia Ferreira
Hans Fynbo
Ari Jokinen
Marek Lewitowicz
Adam Maj
Paddy Regan
Berta Rubio (Chair)

Scientific secretary Maria José Gracia
Tecnical support Carlos García

Preliminary list of topics and invited speakers

· Isospin symmetry and N~Z nuclei (in-beam experiments) JJ Valiente-LNL

· Isospin symmetry (reactions/beta-decay) Y. Fujita-Osaka

· Superallowed decays. Precise T1/2 measurements and BR J.Giovinazzo-CENBG

· Superallowed decays. Precise Mass measurements T. Eronen-Jyväskylä

· Rp-process F. Montes-MSU

· Spectroscopy of N~Z Nuclei: 100Sn and Neighbours T. Faestermann – Munich

· 100Sn region with rad. Beams J. Cederkäll – Lund

· One-p radioactivity P. Woods – Edinburgh

· Two-p radioactivity I. Mukha – GSI

· Structure of proton emitting nuclei E. Maglione – Padova

· Beta-delayed proton-emission, exotic decays in light nuclei M.J.G. Borge- Madrid CSIC

· Shape coexistence and shape mixing (mass 70, mass 200)

· In-beam experiments D.Jenkins – York

· Beta decay A. Algora –Valencia, CSIC

· Quadrupole moment measurements and shape coexistence with RIB, W. Korten -Saclay

· Dynamical symmetries P. Van Isacker – GANIL

· Alpha clusters M. Freer – Birmingham.

· Spectroscopy of SH or very heavy nuclei, decay tagging, R. Herzberg – Liverpool

· np pairing in N=Z nuclei studied through 2N transfer reactions. A. Macchiavelli –LBL.

· Collective modes in proton-rich nuclei, theoretical predictions for soft dipole modes in proton-rich side of nuclear chart
D. Vretenar – Zagreb.

· Aluminum-26 nucleosynthesis with proton-rich exotic beams. A. Chen MacMaster – Canada

· Explosive hydrogen burning studied with RIB. F. de Oliveira – GANIL

· Nuclear reactions- C. Bertulani – TAMU-Commerce

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