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
    Wednesday, August 29, morning session:

Evolution of the nuclear structure in neutron-rich
and heavy nuclei

Robert Janssens, convener

8:30   Guy Savard (University of Chicago and ANL)
Mass measurements of neutron-rich nuclei with CARIBU
8:55   Gerda Neyens (KU Leuven)
Measurements of nuclear moments, spins and charge radii in neutron-rich nuclei: probing structural changes
9:20   Pieter Doornenbal (RIKEN Nishina Center)
Search for the southern and eastern boundaries of the Island of Inversion
9:35   Benjamin Kay (University of York)
Transfer reactions and the structure of neutron-rich nuclei
10:00   Augusto Macchiavelli (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)
Selected aspects of the structure of exotic nuclei and new opportunities with GRETINA
10:30   Coffee break
11:00   Christopher Chiara (University of Maryland and ANL)
Search for intruder states in 68Ni and 66,67Co
11:15   Igor Celikovic (GANIL)
Lifetime measurements of Zn isotopes around N=40
11:30   Agnieszka Korgul (University of Warsaw)
Beta-decay properties of 85,86Ge and 86,87As
11:45   George Dracoulis (Australian National University)
Deep-inelastic reactions and K-isomers in neutron-rich nuclei crossing the perimeter of the A=180-190 deformed region
12:10   Emma Wilson (University of Surrey)
Core excitations across the neutron shell gap in the Z=81 207Tl nucleus
12:25   Stanislav Antalic (Comenius University Bratislava)
Nuclear structure studies of heaviest elements measured at SHIP
12:40   Peter Thirolf (Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich)
Bridging the gap between atomic and nuclear physics: Towards an all-optical access to the lowest nuclear transition in 229mTh