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THEORY-1: Scientific Workshop on Nuclear Fission dynamics and the Emission of Prompt Neutrons and Gamma Rays

Workshop
Sinaia, Romania
27-29 September, 2010

Scope of the workshop

The workshop aims at providing a comprehensive overview of the dynamical aspects of nuclear fission and their consequences on the fission fragment properties. Contributions should highlight the advancement of nuclear fission theory and in particular of the emission of prompt neutrons and gamma rays.

THEORY-1 is co-organized by JRC-IRMM and the National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering, Bucharest, Romania. The workshop is financed from the Enlargement and Integration activity of JRC.

In order to enhance the potential for high-quality networking, experts are invited to attend and participation of post doctoral fellows and PhD students who wish to present their work is encouraged.

Download the first announcement [148Kb]and poster [1302Kb]of the workshop.

> Update July 2011: The proceedings of the THEORY-1 workshop are now available for download.

 

Themes of the workshop

  • Fission dynamics

  • Fission fragment properties

  • Fission neutrons and gammas

  • Data needs

Download the draft agenda[59Kb]. (new)

 

Programme advisory committee

  • S. Oberstedt EC-JRC-IRMM, Belgium

  • O. Serot CEA-Cadarache, France

  • P. Talou LANL, USA

  • R. Capote IAEA, Austria

  • F. Gönnenwein U. Tübingen, Germany

  • A. Tudora Bucharest University, Romania

  • V. Avrigeanu NIPNE-HH, Romania

Important dates

  • 15 August 2010 - Deadline for abstracts

  • 25 August 2010 - Notification for authors

  • 10 September 2010 - Deadline for registration

  • 27-29 September 2010 - Workshop

Registration

Participants should register online at: https://jrc-meeting-registration.jrc.ec.europa.eu. Please login (create a new account if necessary), and select 'Geel > September > THEORY 1 workshop'. Then follow the on-screen instructions. There is no registration fee. Participation is limited to 50 participants.

Presentations

  • 45 minutes for invited contributions, including discussion

  • 25 minutes for regular contributions, including discussion

  • one poster session

Abstracts and full contribution

Abstracts are due 15 August 2010 and full papers are due on 27 September 2010 at the start of the workshop. The proceedings will be published in the EUR Technical and Scientific Research series. Printed copies for the participants and the electronic version for general distribution will be available. Abstracts and full papers should be submitted in electronic format following the formatting instructions below.

Abstracts should follow the instructions for abstracts [35Kb]and should be submitted to .

Full papers should follow the instructions for full papers[41Kb], and are due on 27 September 2010. They may be given to the organiser in electronic format (CDROM, USB drive) or sent to .

Acceptance

Participants will be informed of acceptance of their presentation on by 25 August 2010.

Organisation

Franz-Josef Hambsch

European Commission, Joint Research Centre

Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements

Geel, Belgium

and

Nicolae Carjan

National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering-Horia-Holubei

Bucharest, Romania

Contact

Carmen Cabanillas Platero

European Commission

Joint Research Centre

Institute for Reference Materials and Measurements

Retieseweg 111, B-2440 Geel, Belgium

Tel.:  +32 (0)14 571 411

Fax:  +32 (0)14 571 862

E-mail:

Latest update 3 September, 2004

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