The SAMURAI facility has been operated successfully in several experiments at the RIKEN RIBF since March 2012. The main aim of the workshop is to summarize the status of projects and experimental programs being conducted and to discuss new proposals. We welcome new collaborators and hope this workshop will be a good place to exchange information on the performance of the SAMURAI spectrometer and to shape new proposals into highly competitive proposals for NP-PAC meetings at the RIKEN RIBF. Those who are planning to submit a new proposal with the SAMURAI collaboration in NP-PAC at RIKEN RIBF are strongly encouraged to give a presentation at the workshop. The presentation should include the following experimental information to discuss its feasibility; 1) Motivation and purpose of the experiment, 2) Detector configuration and setting, 3) Trigger condition and expected trigger rate, 4) Status of additional detectors you use, other than the standard SAMURAI detectors. In addition to the submission of the abstract, we kindly ask you submit a pre-proposal describing your new proposal, as an attachment file. The file of the pre-proposal can be found in the middle of this page. The submission of the pre-proposal for this workshop is not mandatory but will be very helpful for improving the feasibility of your experiment as much as possible during the workshop. One can make the pre-proposal submission afterwards but with some deadline in advance of the NP-PAC.