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This is the second PHENIX collaboration workshop between Japanese and Korean
institutes. The first one was held in Ewha Woman's University in Seoul, South Korea
in November 2012. The last workshop provided a good synergy
effect in our contribution to PHENIX project. Two students made up their
minds to join PHENIX after the workshop plus possible collaboration in the
silicon tracker R&D for sPHENIX was initiated. Given the productive outcome
of the workshop, we would like to seek for the way to lay a track to hold
the workshop in yearly basis.
PHENIX soon gets into the important transition phase to renew entire
detector concept through the drastic upgrade. Taking geographical
advantage, it is logical to collaborate within Eastern Asian countries
to maximize the outcome within limited resources. This workshop
should be an opportunity to discuss how to proceed and optimize
the collaboration. The program of the workshop (at least for this year)
can be categorized into following two items 1) presentation by Korean
students who work at RIKEN, 2) PHENIX future project.