A mini symposium entitled "Reaction Theory for FRIB" which will take place at the DNP meeting in Fall 2010.
Direct reactions with rare isotope beams will be an important part of the science program at future facilities such as FRIB. The community understands how essential it is to develop reaction theory valid for these exotic nuclei and understand well the uncertainties involved and the level of accuracy that can be expected. This mini-syposium will bring together the few-body community and the many-body community to discuss promising developments and stimulate new ideas in the field.
The mini symposium will be part of the DNP Fall meeting in Santa Fe, November 3 - 6 2010. See note below about submitting an abstract.
Please be sure to submit abstracts specifically to this mini symposium when uploading onto the server.
Submitting an abstract:
The abstract server is now up and running. Go to
the APS web site:
NOTE the 1300 character limit. One's membership number is NOT a
required field. The abstract submission deadline is 1 July at 5:00
FYI: Abstracts once submitted will not be modified by the
APS. There are just too many for special treatment. One can withdraw
the abstract and submit a new abstract anytime before the 1 July deadline.
Info at the DNP10 Website