The 9th International Balkan School on Nuclear Physics will be held July 10-17, 2016 in the city of Constanta, Romania.
Constanta is an old Romanian city at the Black Sea with historical roots. In the VIIth century, the Greeks founded here one of their first colonies at the Black Sea shore and was named Tomis.
Since 1998 the International Balkan School on Nuclear Physics was hosted in turn by different Balkan countries: Istanbul, Turkey (1998), Bodrum, Turkey (2000), Thessaloniki, Greece (2002), Bodrum, Turkey (2004), Brasov, Romania (2006), Troyan, Bulgaria (2008), Adrasan, Turkey (2010) and Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria (2012).
The School aims at bringing together PhD students and young researchers with prominent senior scientists who lecture on some of the hottest topics of contemporary nuclear physics research. The Balkan School targets students and young researchers from South-Eastern Europe but it is open for attendees from all over the world. The 9th edition of the School aims at attracting students in the field by illustrating the latest results and perspectives in nuclear physics at some of the most advanced research infrastructures such as ELI-NP Gamma Beams (Bucharest), University of Jyväskylä (Jyväskylä, Finland), ISOLDE (CERN), SPIRAL2 (Caen) and FAIR (Darmstadt).
Find out the updated information about the IBSNP 2016 School.