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(SLOWRI Team, Nishina Accelerator-Based Research Center, RIKEN)
The sixth international conference on Trapped Charged Particles and Fundamental Physics (TCP2014) will be held in Takamatsu, on the Japanese island of Shikoku, during December 1 – 5, 2014. This conference belongs to the series of conferences started in Lysekil (Sweden) in 1994, followed by a conference at Asilomar (USA) in 1998, Wildbad Kreuth (Germany) in 2002, Parksville on Vancouver Island (Canada) 2006 and Saariselkä, northern Finland in 2010. The conference in Takamatsu will focus on recent developments and highlights in the field of trapped charged particles. In particular, it will address the following scientific fields:
• Fundamental Interactions and Symmetries
• Quantum and QED Effects
• Precision Spectroscopy and Frequency Standards
• Plasma Effects and Collective Behavior
• Ion Traps for Radioactive Nuclei and Highly Charged Ions
• Storage Ring Physics
• Applications of Particle Trapping: Chemistry, Trace Analysis, …
The conference venue will simultaneously host the 11th International Workshop on Non-Neutral Plasmas (NNP2014) and a joint session will be held. Conference Site
Kagawa International Conference Hall, Takamatsu Symbol Tower 6F Call for abstracts
Abstract submission can be made from this conference web site. We will accept abstracts as single-page PDF files. While we require no particular style guide, we advise submitters to be succinct. When submitting abstracts, please select preference of poster or oral presentation. Abstracts not selected for oral presentations will be offered a poster session. Oral presenters wishing to do so, may make a poster presentation in addition. To do so, they must inform LOCbefore November 22.
The registration fee covers the welcome reception, all conference sessions, conference program and list of abstracts, proceedings conference banquet on the evening of December 2nd as well as coffee breaks. Fee for accompanying persons covers welcome reception and banquet. EarlyLate
General Participant ¥40,000 ¥45,000
Student Participant ¥20,000 ¥25,000
Accompanying Person ¥10,000 ¥10,000
On site payment by cash or credit card is also acceptable. Important Dates
Abstract submission open June 1, 2014
Abstract submission closes [EXTENDED] September 15, 2014
Selection of oral contributions October 17, 2014
End of early registration October 30, 2014
Payment deadline for early registration [EXTENDED] November 9, 2014 Financial Support
Some financial support may be possible for students and researchers from developing nations.