Nov 28 – 29, 2014
Nishina Hall
Asia/Tokyo timezone
The TCP conference will be preceded by a school on Trapped Charged Particles at RIKEN in Wako, Japan, during November 28-29. This will provide a perfect opportunity for graduate students to directly interact with and gain knowledge from leading figures in the field of trapped-ion physics prior to the conference. As the TCP School is to be held at RIKEN (near Tokyo) while the conference is quite distantly located, we must advise that participants book separate rooms for each setting. Some domestic travel support for students is available upon request.
Nishina Hall
Participants are advised to book their own accomodations as early as possible.  We provide links to recommended hotels below.
Hotels for TCP School (Wako, November 28-29) can be found here.

TCP2014 School & E^3 Symposium Program (tentative)
November 28th  Friday
9:10 Coffee
9:30 Opening
10:00 Lecture 1 Ulmer, Stefan
Basics of ion traps
12:00 Lunch
13:30 Lecture 2 Thompson, Richard
Optical sideband cooling of an ion to the ground state of its motion in a Penning trap
14:30 Lecture 3 Hayano, Ryugo
Basics of antimatter science
16:30 Coffee
17:00 Facility tour
18:30 Welcome Reception
November 29th Saturday
9:30 Coffee
10:00 Lecture 4 Katori, Hidetoshi
Optical lattice clock for fundamental physics
11:00 Lecture 5 Dzuba, Vladimir
Basics of fundamental physics with stored HCI
12:00 Lunch
13:30 Lecture 6 Litvinov, Yuri
Physics with storage rings
14:30 Coffee
15:00 Lecture 7 Nörtershäuser, Wilfried
Laser spectroscopy of stored ions
17:00 Closing