The workshop will begin on Monday September 26th at 8:30 am and will be closed on Friday September 30th at noon.
The programme will consist in invited talks, contributed talks and poster presentations.
To favour informal exchanges in a relaxed atmosphere, and to allow the organization of collaboration or other meetings, the afternoons will be free of talks up to 16:00.
For oral presentations, participants are requested to bring their presentation in a format such as PowerPoint or PDF, on an electronic medium such a CD/DVD or a USB key. A PC running Windows-XP as well as a Mac running OSX will be available. Speakers are strongly requested to use one of these computers. There will be no facility to display transparencies or photographic slides.
All speakers are requested to transfer their presentations on one of the above computers one day before their talk and during your registration on Sunday for Monday sessions. After each session, speakers should also provide the conference secretary a version of their presentation that can be uploaded on the web.
Traditionally the Colloque will cover the range of topics addressed at GANIL :
· Nuclear structure
· Reaction mecanism
· Nuclear astrophysics
· Weak interaction
· Interdisciplinary research
A particular emphasis will be put this year on “low energy physics with stable and radioactive beams @GANIL today and tomorrow; interplay between theory and experiment”.
In addition, Wednesday morning will be devoted to the open session of a common meeting of the SPIRAL 2 Scientific Advisory Committee and of the GANIL Scientific Council.
In order to preserve the informal character of the colloquium and to stimulate presentation of innovative ideas, no proceedings will be published. Review talks are planned with ample time scheduled for discussion. These reviews will be followed by shorter contributions presenting the latest results.
A poster session will be organised on Thursday 29th September to allow a complete discussion of the research programmes performed at GANIL in recent years. An introductory session will allow all participants presenting a poster to introduce their work. These “mini presentations” will be strictly limited to 3 minutes and 2 transparencies.