Day 1
Monday, August 27
Day 2
Tuesday, August 28
• Morning session
• Afternoon session
• Evening session
• Poster session
Day 3
Wednesday, August 29
• Morning session
• Evening session
Day 4
Thursday, August 30
• Morning session
• Afternoon session
• Evening session
Day 5
Friday, August 31
• Morning session
• Evening session
Day 6
Saturday, September 1
• Morning session
• Afternoon session
• Special session
Day 7
Sunday, September 2
    Tuesday, August 28, morning session:

Frontiers of nuclear theory

Witold Nazarewicz, convener

8:30   Joseph Carlson (Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Neutron matter from low to high densities
9:00   Heiko Hergert (Ohio State University)
In-medium similarity renormalization group for finite nuclei
9:15   Thomas Papenbrock (University of Tennessee and ORNL)
Toward model-independent nuclear structure computations
9:45   Jacek Dobaczewski (University of Warsaw)
Effective theory for low-energy nuclear energy density functionals
10:15   Jun Terasaki (University of Tsukuba)
Overlap of QRPA states based on ground states of different nuclei
10:30   Coffee break
11:00   Nicolas Schunck (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
Microscopic description of nuclear fission"
11:25   Furong Xu (Peking University)
Recent studies on nuclear shapes of ultrahigh-spin and high-K states
11:50   Charles Horowitz (Indiana University)
Nuclear structure, neutron stars, and gravitational waves
12:20   Andrzej Baran (Maria Curie Sklodowska University)
Stability of superheavy elements in Skyrme HFB approach
12:35   Wojciech BrodziƄski (NCBJ Swierk)
Prospects for superheavy nuclei with Z >= 128