March 23, 2005
The SIXTH LATIN AMERICAN SYMPOSIUM ON NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND APPLICATIONS will
take place at Puerto Iguazú, Argentina from October 3 to 7, 2005. This
conference continues with the series initiated in Caracas, Venezuela(1995,
1997), San Andrés, Colombia (1999), Ciudad de México,
Mexico(2001) and Santos, Brazil (2003). The Symposium provides a forum for
the promotion of Nuclear Physics and its Applications among Latin-American
laboratories and the international community. The site of the present edition
is just a few kilometers away from the Iguazú National Park, a natural
wonder of the world where visitors can enjoy breathtaking views of 275
thundering waterfalls surrounded by an exuberant tropical forest.
PRE-REGISTRATION: Due to heavy touristic demand at Iguazú and to the
limited availability of accommodation, the organization must have a
consolidated list of attendants to the Symposium as early as possible. Thus,
we strongly recommend to all those who wish to participate in this event to
fill in the on-line PRE-REGISTRATION FORM available at SLAFNAP6 Home Page
before APRIL 15. Participants who pre-register in time will be given priority.
Those colleagues who have already responded by mail to the First Circular
stating their interest and sending their personal data and proposed title of
contribution will be considered as already pre-registered. However, filling
the form at this time in all cases may be helpful and will be very much
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND ACCEPTANCE: Authors are invited to submit short
abstracts to any of the Symposium topics before MAY 16. Abstracts in LaTex
format should have a maximum length of approximately one page (no figures).
Detailed instructions are included in the abstracts-submission form that
will become active in the web page in the next few days. Acceptance of the
abstracts and form of presentation will be communicated to authors by JUNE 17
and will be included in a book to be distributed at the beginning of the
SPEAKERS: The list presently includes (updated March 31, 05)
(*) To be confirmed
ABERG, S. LUND INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, SWEDEN
ADDED, N. IF-USP, BRAZIL
APRAHAMIAN, A. UNIV. OF NOTRE DAME, USA
BAUER, W. MSU, USA
BAZZACCO, D. INFN, ITALY
BECK, C. UNIV. LOUIS PASTEUR, FRANCE
BEHAR, M UFRGS, BRAZIL
BIJKER, R. ICN-UNAM, MEXICO
BLAIZOT, J.P. CEA, FRANCE
BONASERA, A. LNS, ITALY
BRANDAN, M. E. UNAM, MEXICO
BRUNO, M. BOLOGNA, ITALY
CAMPI, X. LPTMS, FRANCE
CANTO, L. UFRJ, BRAZIL
CERUTTI, F. UNIV. DEGLI STUDI DI MILANO, ITALY
CHOMAZ, P. GANIL, FRANCE
DANIELEWICZ, P. MSU, USA
DAS GUPTA, S. MCGILL UNIV., CANADA
DELONCLE, I. CSNSM, FRANCE
DI TORO, M. UNIV.OF CATANIA, ITALY
*DONANGELO, R. UFRJ, BRAZIL
ESPOSITO, J. LNL-INFN, ITALY
FRANK, A. UNAM, MEXICO
GARCIA, A. UNIV. OF WASHINGTON, USA
GOITY, J.L. JLAB, USA
GOMES, P. UFF, BRAZIL
*GREINER, W. FRANKFURT UNIV., GERMANY
*GRIME, G. UNIV. OF SURREY, GREAT BRITAIN
GROSS, D. HAHN MEITNER INSTITUTE, GERMANY
*GUTSCHE, T. UNIV. TUEBINGEN, GERMANY
HAGEL K. TAMU, USA
HAMILTON, J. VANDERBILT UNIV., USA
HESS, P. UNAM, MEXICO
HIRSCH, J. UNAM, MEXICO
*HUSSEIN, M. IF-USP, BRAZIL
LENZI, S. INFN, ITALY
LIEB, K. P. UNIV. GOTTINGEN, GERMANY
*LIENDO, J. UNIV. SIMON BOLIVAR, VENEZUELA
LÓPEZ, J. UNIV. OF TEXAS EL PASO, USA
LYNCH, W. UNIV. OF MICHIGAN, USA
MA, Y SHANGHAI INSTITUTE OF APPLIED PHYS., CHINA
MACCHIAVELLI, A. LBL, USA
MENCHACA ROCHA, A. IF-UNAM, MEXICO
MILLION, B. MILANO, ITALY
MORETTO, L. LBL, USA
ONO, A. TOHOKU UNIV., JAPAN
*PINEDA, C. iTHEMBA LABS, SOUTH AFRICA
RANDRUP J. LBL, USA
ROUSSIERE, B. IPNO, FRANCE
SHLOMO, S. TAMU, USA
*REHM, E. ANL, USA
TABOR, S. FSU, USA
VERDE, G. INFN, ITALY
VIESTI, G. INFN, ITALY
VIGEZZI, E. MILANO, ITALY
*VOLPE, C. IPN, FRANCE
WYSS, R. ALBANOVA UNIV.CENTER, SWEDEN
YENNELLO, S. UNIV. OF TEXAS, USA
*ZUBER, K. UNIV. OF OXFORD, UNITED KINGDOM
REGISTRATION FEES: They are as follows (students in parenthesis)
Until June 30: US$ 300 (US$ 150) (EARLY PAYMENT I)
From July 1 to August 15: US$ 375 (US$ 190) (EARLY PAYMENT II)
From August 16: US$ 450 (US$ 230)
Due to the character of the Symposium and to the conditions imposed by some
of our sponsoring agencies, reduced fees based on the above values may be
considered on request from colleagues who work and have permanent residence
in Latin American countries. The means of payment will be announced in a
forthcoming communication. The fee covers airport transportation at designated
dates and hours, conference kit, book of abstracts, welcome reception, coffee
breaks, conference banquet, and free afternoon tour.
LOCAL EXPENSES: The cost of lodging and meals for the total duration of the
symposium can be estimated at US$ 300 or US$ 450 per participant depending
on double or single-room occupancy, respectively.
SUMMARY OF DEADLINES:
Pre-registration: APRIL 15
Abstracts submission: MAY 16
(communication to authors): JUNE 17
Early payment I: JUNE 30
Early payment II: AUGUST 15
The SIXTH LATIN AMERICAN SYMPOSIUM ON NUCLEAR PHYSICS AND APPLICATIONS
will take place at Iguazú, Argentina from October 3 to 7, 2005. This
conference continues with the series initiated in Caracas, Venezuela
(1995, 1997), San Andrés, Colombia (1999), Ciudad de México, Mexico
(2001) and Santos, Brazil (2003). The Symposium provides a forum for the
promotion of Nuclear Physics and its Applications among Latin-American
laboratories and the international community.
Our aim is to hold an event that clearly shows the vitality and
significance of our field both to physics itself as well as to the
well-being of society through its numerous and powerful applications.
Since 2005 is the World Year of Physics we want to adhere showing the
best of our science.
If you are interested in attending and/or receiving further
information please send your name, e-mail address, topic and tentative
title of your contribution to
For further information see also SLAFNAP6 Home Page
Please post this information in your institution and/or send it to
Nuclear Structure : Experiments and Models
Applications to Lepto-Nuclear- and Astroparticle-Physics
Weakly Bound Systems
NUCLEAR PHYSICS APPLICATIONS
Medicine and Biology
Art and Archeology
Aspects of Non-Perturbative QCD
NUCLEAR THERMODYNAMICS AND DYNAMICS
Phase Transformations in Nuclear Systems
INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
W. Bauer, MSU, USA.
D.R. Bes, TANDAR and Univ. Favaloro, Argentina.
B. Borderie, IPN-Orsay, France.
M.E. Brandan, UNAM, Mexico.
P. Chomaz, GANIL, France.
P. Cole, Idaho State Univ., USA.
T. Cormier, Wayne State Univ., USA.
F. Cristancho, Univ. Nacional de Colombia, Colombia.
M. D'Agostino, Univ. of Bologna, Italy.
J. D'Auria, Simon Fraser University, Canada.
M. Di Toro, Univ. of Catania, Italy.
Ch. Djalali, Univ. South Carolina, USA.
R. Donangelo, UFRJ, Brazil.
J. Fernandez Niello, TANDAR and UNSAM, Argentina.
A. Frank, UNAM, Mexico.
E. Gadioli, Univ. of Milano, Italy.
W. Gelletly, Univ. Surrey, UK.
J. Goity, JLAB and Hampton Univ., USA.
P. Gomes, UFF, Brazil.
W. Greiner, Univ. Frankfurt, Germany.
B. Haas, Bourdeux, France.
J. Hamilton, Vanderbilt University, USA
M. Hussein, USP, Brazil.
J.J. Kolata, Notre Dame Univ., USA.
G. Krein, UNESP, Brazil.
W. Kutschera, Univ. of Vienna, Austria.
A. Lepine, USP, Brazil.
K.P. Lieb, Univ. Goettingen, Germany.
J. Liendo, Univ. Simón Bolívar, Venezuela.
J. Lopez, Univ. El Paso, USA.
A.O. Macchiavelli, LBNL, USA.
M. Nogueira Martins, USP, Brazil.
N. Medina, USP, Brazil.
A. Menchaca Rocha, UNAM, Mexico.
M. Montoya, IPEN, Peru.
R. Ribas, USP, Brazil.
L. Sajo-Bohus, Univ. Simón Bolivar, Venezuela.
E. Smith, JLAB, USA.
H. Stöcker, Univ. of Frankfurt, Germany.
J. Sauvage, IPN-Orsay, France.
A. Szanto de Toledo, USP, Brazil.
S. Tabor, FSU, USA.
B. Tsang, MSU, USA.
C. Tenreiro, CCHEN, Chile.
G. Viesti, Univ. of Padova, Italy.
A. Villari, GANIL, France.
O. Civitarese, UNLP, Argentina.
C. Dorso, UBA, Argentina.
G. García Bermúdez, TANDAR and UNSAM, Argentina.
A.J. Kreiner, TANDAR and UNSAM, Argentina.
A. Pacheco, TANDAR, Argentina.
N.N. Scoccola, TANDAR and Univ. Favaloro, Argentina.