The VII International Symposium on EXOtic Nuclei (EXON-2014) is scheduled for 8 - 13 September, 2014.
The Symposium will be held in Kaliningrad, Russia.
The organizers of the Symposium are:
FLNR JINR (Dubna), GANIL (Caen), RIKEN (Wako-shi), GSI (Darmstadt), NSCL
(Michigan) the scientific centers where exotic nuclei are intensively
The Symposium will be devoted to the investigation of nuclei in extreme
states and, in particular, at the limits of nuclear stability (from very
light neutron- and proton-rich up to superheavy nuclei).
The Topics to be discussed are:
- Methods of production of light exotic nuclei and study of their properties
- Superheavy elements. Synthesis and properties
- Rare processes and decays
- Radioactive beams. Production and research programs
- Experimental set-ups and future projects
The programme will include oral and poster presentations of contributed
papers. It is expected that during the Symposium there will be enough time
for informal meetings at which one can discuss future prospects of mutual
collaboration the efforts of different scientific centers for performing
The Symposium will be held in the campus of the Immanuel Kant Baltic
Federal University (Kaliningrad, Russia). The Kaliningrad region is
developing as one of the Russian poles of integration into the European
sociocultural space. The region bridges economy, politics, culture,
education and science of Russia and the European Union. Kaliningrad is
located at the mouth of the navigable Pregolya River, which empties into
the Vistula Lagoon, an inlet of the Baltic Sea.
The Symposium will start in the afternoon of Monday, 8 September
and finish in the afternoon of Saturday, 13 September 2014. All
details will be given in the web-page http://exon2014.jinr.ru