2003 Fall Meeting
October 30-November 01, 2003
Division of Nuclear Physics,
American Physical Society

Department of Physics
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ
 
 
 
In addition to the regular meeting and the pre-conference workshops, there are also satellite meetings organized by other parties around the DNP meeting. At this point, we have information about:
  • WORKSHOP FOR AN UNDERGROUND ACCELERATOR
    Date: Oct. 27-28, 2003
    Place: Tucson Marriott

    The purpose of the workshop is to discuss the technical requirements for and the development of an underground accelerator. The goal is to establish communication and discussion between the experimental nuclear astrophysics community and accelerator physicists for. We intend to come out of this workshop with a clear view and concept on what is needed and what type of accelerator could realistically be built and function underground. The workshop will address both the scientific goals and the technical requirements for the accelerator design and the associated instrumentation. Sufficient time and opportunity for discussion will be given to he participants. The workshop is sponsored jointly by the Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics, JINA, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, LBNL. If you need further information please contact one of us. Additional information will be posted at the JINA webpage www.jinaweb.org.

    Alejandro Garcia, U.of Washington
    Rick Gough, LBNL
    Lee Schroeder, LBNL
    Michael Wiescher, U.of Notre Dame



  • RIA THEORY WORKING GROUP MEETING
    Date: Nov 2-3, 2003
    Place: Westward Look Resort, Tucson

    The purpose of the workshop is to be "RIA Theory Town Meeting" that will focus on the future of nuclear theory related to the proposed Rare Isotope Accelerator Facility. The primary goals of the workshop are to: 1) act as a forum to help organize U.S. Nuclear Theory community interested in RIA-related science and 2) identify the crucial theoretical challenges in the physics of exotic nuclei and how to address them in the coming years, and 3) establish a mechanism that will help focus the community on the important intellectual challenges of RIA science. Further information can be found at www.orau.org/ria/RIATWG/ and clicking on the RIATWG Workshop link on the main page.

    Erich Ormand, LLNL
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