28-29 June 2016
VECC SINP campus, Kolkata, INDIA

The nuclear physics research in India has undergone a paradigm shift in last few decades. The field has moved towards a comprehensive and precise understanding of nuclei at low excitation energies to the studies of quark degree of freedom that required collision of nuclei at ultra-relativistic energies. Today the Indian nuclear physics community is engaged in performing research in the frontiers of nuclear physics involving nucleonic and sub-nucleonic degrees of freedom.  

The present symposium is aimed at discussing the achievements in the broad area of experimental and theoretical nuclear physics, which are driving the field today. The intention is to provide an overview of the status in these fields, as well as of new developments, and a preview of the forthcoming investigations.

The scientific program will consist of plenary presentations by invited speakers and contributory talks from selected abstracts. We would like to encourage young researchers (students and post doctoral fellows in particular) to send abstracts for contributory talks.

Dates: from 28 June 2016 09:30 to 29 June 2016 18:00
Location: VECC SINP campus, Kolkata, INDIA
Material: Scientific program