This International Summer School on Nuclear Physics is specially intended for PhD students and young postdocs working in the field of Nuclear Physics who are interested in enlarging their background on this subject although, of course, senior physicists are welcome. The proposed list of topics covers different aspects of Nuclear Physics from a multidisciplinary perspective. The speakers are scientists of international relevance and well known experts in their fields.
The School aims to provide the students and young postdocs a wide and solid education in the field of Nuclear Physics, showing in a clear and pleasant way the basic concepts of Nuclear Physics and their multiple applications in very different aspects of the human activity.
Prof. Alberto Del Guerra, University of Pisa (Italy):
"Nuclear Physics and HEP Detectors in Medicine"
Prof. Piet Van Duppen, KU Leuven (Belgium):
"Nuclear structure research using radioactive beams"
Prof. Waclaw Gudowski, KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden):
"Transmutation of nuclear wastes : Accelerator Driven Systems and Reactors"
Prof. Ruprecht Machleidt, University of Idaho (U.S.):
Prof. Gabriel Martínez Pinedo, GSI (Germany):
"Supernovae and the origin of heavy elements"
Prof. David J. Rowe, University of Toronto (Canada):
"Fundamentals of Nuclear Models"