XXIX Mazurian Lakes Conference on Physics
"Nuclear Physics and the Fundamental Processes"

August 30 - September 6 , 2005, Piaski, Poland

We are pleased to inform you that the 29th Mazurian Lakes Conference on Physics will be held in Piaski, Poland, August 30 - September 6, 2005. The Conference is organized by the Andrzej Soltan Institute for Nuclear Studies and the Warsaw University.

Main topics:
1. Matter in the Universe
2. From the structure of nucleon to the structure of nucleus
3. Weak interactions and neutrino physics.

Tentatively, it is planned that the Conference will be followed by the Compressed Baryonic Matter Collaboration (CBM) Meeting, September 6 - 11, 2005. The Meeting will be organized jointly with the GSI Darmstadt, Germany.

Scientific programme:

The Conference programme will consist of about 30 lectures and a number of short presentations of contributed papers, supplemented by a permanent poster exhibition. Those wishing to contribute to the topics listed above are invited to submit one page abstracts. This will help the Programme Advisory Board to select work for oral presentation (invited talks included). Abstracts should be sent electronically to the address mazurian@fuw.edu.pl before March 31, 2005. Authors will be notified about the selection for oral presentation before May 31, 2005. A small number of post dead-line papers can be accepted if they include important new results.


We expect to publish the proceedings as a separate volume of Acta Physica Polonica B. Only the work presented orally will be included in the proceedings. In order to maintain the high standard of Acta Physica Polonica B, potential authors are reminded that only novel, original work should be submitted. All papers will be refereed.

Programme Advisory Board:

P. Butler (CERN/Liverpool), J. Hardy (Texas A & M), P. Haensel (Astronomical Center, Warsaw), R. Kulessa (Jagiellonian University, Cracow), K. Langanke (Aarhus), V. Metag (Giessen), J. Nassalski (Institute for Nuclear Studies, Warsaw), W. Nazarewicz (University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge), A. Para (Fermilab), P. Senger (GSI, Darmstadt), M. Soyeur (CEA, Saclay).


                                   Paid before June 1    |    Paid after June 1

Conference                     460 euro                |      500 euro

Workshop                       330 euro                |       330 euro

Conference + Workshop     610 euro                |       660 euro

This includes the conference fee (110 euro), accommodation in a double room, full board, bus transportation Warsaw - Piaski and back, concert, conference dinner and the rental of sailing boats, canoes etc.


The School will be held in Piaski, a summer resort at the lake Beldany in the Mazurian Lakes District, about 200 km from Warsaw and about 5 km north of Ruciane-Nida.


Besides the scientific programme there will be a variety of options for leisure-time activities, the most important of them being sailing, traditional for the "Mazurian Schools" (be prepared for the regatta!), hiking in the woods, volleyball, tennis, badminton and table tennis are other options.

Organizing committee:

Ziemowid Sujkowski (Chairman), Danka Chmielewska,
Marek Karny, Tomasz Matulewicz, Marek Pfuetzner


Katarzyna Delegacz
The Andrzej Soltan Institute for Nuclear Studies
Hoza 69
00-681 Warsaw, Poland
phone: (48-22) 7180583, fax: (48-22) 7793481

Electronic preregistration: (starting December 15th, 2004)

URL: http://zfjavs.fuw.edu.pl/mazurian/mazurian.html

November, 2004