[Neutron] The 1st Circular of Shoji Nagamiya Commemorative Symposium on "Progress in Nuclear and Hadron Physics and Accelerator Related Sciences"
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Mon Apr 22 13:10:10 CEST 2013
Shoji Nagamiya Commemorative Symposium on "Progress in Nuclear and Hadron
Physics and Accelerator Related Sciences"
(The 1st Circular, April 20th, 2013)
Professor Shoji Nagamiya stepped down from the position of the Director of
the J-PARC Center last year. He started his research carrier with a study
of the magnetic moment of nucleons inside a nucleus using a cyclotron at
RIKEN. After a pioneering work on muon spin rotation and on high-energy
heavy ion collisions at the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, he led experiments
on relativistic heavy ion collisions at the Brookhaven National Laboratory.
He then came back to Japan to found a new high-intensity accelerator
facility known as J-PARC today, which covers broad scientific fields. These
examples show he has been in the forefront of science for more than 40
years. At the occasion of his resignation from the Director of the J-PARC
Center, a symposium on Progress in Nuclear and Hadron Physics and
Accelerator Related Sciences will be held, as a satellite symposium of the
2nd J-PARC Symposium from October 28th through 30th, to discuss the progress
of the broad scientific fields he has been involved in. The details of the
symposium including the information on registration will be circulated
later. We look forward to your active participation in the symposium.
Date: October 31st, 2013
(A banquet will be held after the whole-day symposium.)
Place: Epochal Tsukuba http://www.epochal.or.jp/eng/index.html
Questions to nagamiya-sympo at ml.post.kek.jp
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