DREB2018 -- 10th International Conference on Direct Reactions with Exotic Beams

Asia/Tokyo
Kunibiki Messe (Matsue)

Kunibiki Messe

Matsue

Kazuyuki Ogata (RCNP, Osaka University) , Takashi Nakamura (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Description

The 10th international conference on Direct Reactions with Exotic Beams (DREB2018) will be held in Matsue, Japan, from June 4th to 8th, 2018.
This DREB conference is part of the biennial series, which began in 1999 at MSU, East Lansing, at the initiative of physicists working in the field from MSU, IPN-Orsay, and FSU. The following meetings were held at Orsay (2001), Guildford (2003), East Lansing (2005), Wako (2007), Tallahassee (2009), Pisa (2012), Darmstadt (2014), and Halifax (2016).
The scientific program will be devoted to the latest experimental and theoretical research and developments in nuclear reactions with exotic nuclei. The topics will include the following subjects relevant to direct reactions:
- Spectroscopy of exotic nuclei, such as drip-line and unbound nuclei
- Shell structure and its evolution
- Bulk properties and collective excitations 
- Nuclear astrophysics
- Nuclear force
- Advances in direct reaction theory
- New instrumentation for direct reaction studies
In keeping with the tradition of this conference series, the meeting will be of a relatively informal character: no proceedings will be published. The program of the meeting will consist of contributed presentations to be selected based on the submitted abstracts, in addition to keynote opening talks and a concluding talk. The conference program will focus on new results, in particular, presentations of yet unpublished results. We will also have a poster session. We strongly encourage students and other junior researchers to participate.
The city of Matsue is a very scenic, historical, and compact city on the lake Shinji, located near the coast of Sea of Japan, in the west of Japan. http://www.visit-matsue.com/ It is conveniently located near the two domestic airports (Izumo and Yonago). These can be reached by frequent flights (5-6 times daily, c.a. 1 hour) from the Tokyo International Airport (HANEDA), which is now conveniently connected to many international locations. If you reach Narita airport, you can transfer to Haneda by Limousine bus (c.a. 1hour) or train (c.a. 1.5hour), then fly to Izumo/Yonago. Matsue can also be reached by train if you would like to enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Japanese countryside: From Tokyo, it takes about 6 hours to Matsue (c.a. 3h to Okayama by Bullet train and then 2.5h to Matsue by local express train). There is also a route through the Kansai (Osaka) airport, combined with trains (Kansai-1h- ShinOsaka-1h- Okayama-2.5h- Matsue).
The conference is jointly organized by the School of Science, Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo, Japan) and RCNP, Osaka University (Suita, Japan), and also supported by RIKEN Nishina Center (Wako, Japan) and CNS, University of Tokyo (Wako Japan). This conference is partially supported by ANPhA (Asian Nuclear Physics Association).


Contact: ml-dreb2018-contact@rcnp.osaka-u.ac.jp

Participants
  • Akira Oono
  • Alejandra Diaz Varela
  • Alexandre Obertelli
  • Anastasia Georgiadou
  • Antonio M. Moro
  • Augusto Macchiavelli
  • Biao Yang
  • Brenden Longfellow
  • Carlos Bertulani
  • Chloë Hebborn
  • Curtis Hunt
  • Dahee Kim
  • Daniel Bazin
  • David Morrissey
  • Devin Connolly
  • Didier Beaumel
  • Dipika Patel
  • DongHai Zhang
  • Edoardo G. Lanza
  • Edward Simpson
  • Enrico Vigezzi
  • Eunja Ha
  • Francesca Sammarruca
  • Futoshi Minato
  • Gavin Lotay
  • Grigory Rogachev
  • Hajime Moriya
  • He Wang
  • Heather Crawford
  • Hongna Liu
  • Hooi Jin Ong
  • Isao Tanihata
  • Jagjit Singh
  • Jenny Lee
  • Jesús Casal
  • JIAN GAO
  • Jianling Lou
  • Jingjing Li
  • Jongwon Hwang
  • Joochun (Jason) Park
  • Joshua Hooker
  • José Antonio Lay Valera
  • Juan Carlos Zamora
  • Juan Pablo Fernández-García
  • Jun Su
  • Junki Tanaka
  • Kairat Kuterbekov
  • Kaitlin Cook
  • Kathrin Wimmer
  • Kazuki Yoshida
  • Kazuyuki Ogata
  • Keita Kawata
  • Ki-Seok Choi
  • Kohei Aoki
  • Kosho Minomo
  • Laszlo Stuhl
  • Lei Yang
  • Mahananda Dasgupta
  • Marco La Cognata
  • Mario Gómez Ramos
  • Masanori Dozono
  • Masayuki Matsuo
  • Matteo Vorabbi
  • Matthias Holl
  • Maulen Nassurlla
  • Maya Takechi
  • Mengjiao Lyu
  • Michael Gennari
  • Midori Miwa
  • Miki Hareru
  • Mohamad Moukaddam
  • Myung-Ki Cheoun
  • Nancy Paul
  • Nigel Orr
  • Nils Paar
  • Nobuaki IMAI
  • Nobuo Hinohara
  • Nobuyuki Kobayashi
  • Nori AOI
  • Petr Navratil
  • Philipp Schrock
  • Pierre Capel
  • Rituparna Kanungo
  • Robert Wadsworth
  • Ruprecht Machleidt
  • Satoru Momiyama
  • Satoshi Sakaguchi
  • Sean Burcher
  • serge franchoo
  • Shimada Tetsuro
  • Shoya Ogawa
  • Shumpei Noji
  • Shuya Ota
  • Sidong Chen
  • Silvia Lenzi
  • Soumendu Sekhar Bhattacharjee
  • Sriteja Upadhyayula
  • Tadahiro Suhara
  • Takashi Nakamura
  • Takato Tomai
  • Takenori Furumoto
  • Takuma Matsumoto
  • Tan Ahn
  • Taras Lokotko
  • Thomas Aumann
  • Tohru Motobayashi
  • Tomohiro Uesaka
  • Tomoya Harada
  • Tomoyuki Baba
  • Tung Nguyen-Hoang
  • Viacheslav Samarin
  • Vratislav Chudoba
  • Wataru Horiuchi
  • Wataru Tokunaga
  • Willem Dickhoff
  • Wilton Catford
  • Woonyoung So
  • Yang Liu
  • Yanlin Ye
  • Yasuhiro Togano
  • Yelei Sun
  • Yohei Chiba
  • Yoshihiko Kobayashi
  • Yoshiki Suzuki
  • Yosuke KONDO
  • Youbao Wang
  • Yuichi Ichikawa
  • Yuki Kubota
  • Zhihuan Li