This two weeks event is a continuation of a traditional biennial Carpathian
Summer Schools on nuclear physics which began in 1967. This time it
is organized in a Black Sea resort and is part of the celebration of
the World Year of Physics 2005. It will offer an opportunity for theorists
and experimentalists to meet with students from this and other parts
of the world to meet and discuss topics on exotic nuclei, exotic decays,
neutrinos in the cosmos, high energy cosmic rays, Big Bang and stellar
nucleosynthesis, experimental nuclear astrophysics.