HRIBF Workshop -
The purpose of this workshop, hosted by the HRIBF users' executive committee and the Joint Institute for Heavy Ion Research, is to bring together scientists who wish to study fusion and fission reactions in the radiaoctive ion beam (RIBs) environment and acquaint participants with HRIBF's beams and experimental facilities available for such experimental studies. The RIBs available from the HRIBF span a large range of neutron- and some proton-rich isotopes at energies suitable for these studies. In addition, we will assess plans for future measurements and the associated development needed in beams and instrumentation. Theoretical approaches to deal with the quantity and quality of data from such experiments will also be part of the intended discussions.
An outline of the program is available.
|U.S. Citizens||November 15|
|Citizens from other countries||October 23|
Other lodging options may be found at http://www.oakridgevisitor.com/lodging.html.
The lab is located several miles from the nearest hotel and has no bus service. Participants are expected to provide their own transportation during the meeting. There are a few dormitory-style rooms located on-site which may used provided they are not in use by experimenters running at HRIBF at the time.
We prefer oral presentations to be in electronic formats such as Powerpoint or PDF. We will have a Windows XP computer for your presentation or you may bring your own laptop. There will be no official proceedings but the talks presented at the meeting will be available for viewing on the meeting's web site shortly after the meeting's conclusion. The preferred format is PDF.
You may use an overhead projector if you prefer but you are responsible for providing an electronic version for the website.
|J.J. Kolata||University of Notre Dame||Kolata.firstname.lastname@example.org|
|F.J. Liang||Oak Ridge National Laboratoryemail@example.com|
|W. Loveland||Oregon State Universityfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|D. Shapira||Oak Ridge National Laboratoryemail@example.com|
Ms. Sherry Lamb |
|Joint Institute for Heavy ion Researchfirstname.lastname@example.org|