Invited speakers

  • Nuclear Astrophysics at LUNA: Recent highlights and future prospects
    Marialuisa Aliotta – University of Edinburgh, UK

  • DESPEC experiments in FAIR Phase-0
    Helena Albers - GSI, Germany

  • New Nuclear Data evaluations at AWE
    James Benstead - AWE, UK

  • Isospin Physics Studied with Knockout Reactions from Exotic Beams
    Michael Bentley – University of York, UK

  • Spectroscopic Systems for Use in Imaging in the Real World and How They came About From Fundamental Nuclear Physics Research
    Helen Boston –  University of Liverpool, UK

  • Direct reactions as a probe of the structure of doubly magic 54Ca
    Frank Browne – CERN-ISOLDE, Switzerland

  • Superheavy Nuclei
    Roderick Clark - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory,  USA

  • Quantum dynamics in low-energy nuclear collisions
    Alexis Diaz Torres – University of Surrey, UK

  • Manifestation of the Berry phase in the atomic nucleus 213Pb
    Jose Javier Valiente Dobon – INFN-Legnaro, Italy

  • Studies of proton-rich nuclei for nuclear structure and astrophysics
    Daniel Doherty  - University of Surrey, UK

  • An Update from ISOLDE
    Sean Freeman - University of Manchester, UK and ISOLDE

  • Studies of astrophysically important reactions using rare isotope beams at TRIUMF
    Annika Lennarz - TRIUMF, Canada

  • Probing Light Meson Structure via Tagged Deep Inelastic Scattering
    Rachel Montgomery – University of Glasgow, UK

  • Shapes and symmetries through electromagnetic transition rates in neutron deficient nuclei
    Bondili .S. Nara Singh - University of West of Scotland, UK

  • Isospin dependence of NN correlations, quenching of spectroscopic factors, and effects on other nuclear structure observables
    Stefanos Pascalis - University of York, UK

  • Frontiers in Nuclear Astrophysics and the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams
    Artemis Spyrou - Michigan State University, USA

  • Nuclear applications at the Birmingham Cyclotron Facility — from fast neutron activation analysis to machine learning
    Carl Wheldon - University of Birmingham, UK

  • The enigma of 14N(p,γ)15O –the source of the solar CNO neutrino flux
    Michael Wiescher, University of Notre Dame, USA

  • Angular momentum generation in nuclear fission
    Jonathan Wilson - IJC Laboratory, France

Winner of the IOP Nuclear Early Career Prize
  • Developing a charge plunger method for lifetime measurements in the heavy elements
    Jacob Heery - University of Surrey, UK 


Key Dates

Abstract submission deadline {extended}:

28 February 2022

Accommodation booking deadline:

25 March 2022

Registration deadline:

8 April 2022


Organised by the IOP Nuclear Physics Conference