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Equation of State of Dense Nuclear Matter at RIBF and FRIB
RIKEN RIBF building
May 23,24: 2F Large conference room
May 25,26: 2F small conference room
This workshop is primarily focused on physics at RIBF and FRIB that can be probed using high intensity beams like equation of state of neutron stars but also e.g. fission. Following topics are supposed to be covered in this workshop.
nuclear symmetry energy and equation of state
heavy ion collision
The workshop will take place in RIKEN from May 23 to May 24 and will be followed by the Samurai TPC Collaboration Meeting (May 25-26).
A special session of seminar talk by Bill Lynch (MSU/FRIB) is allocated in first day co-organized with RIBF Nuclear Physics Seminar.
While zoom connection will be arranged for those who cannot come to RIKEN to participate in the workshop, we encourage to participate in person for the discussion.