Guidance for prospective graduate students（See here for details）
Location: Room 1220, Hongo Campus Bldg. 4, University of Tokyo
Date: Friday May 13, 14:45～16:15
Open day 2011
4/23 9:30-16:30 We would like to thank everyone who came to the CNS open day 2011. (Web Site)
For students who want to join the CNS
The CNS research groups study the field of hadronic many-body systems from nuclei to quarks. Thanks to the development of accelerator technologies at our collaborators RIKEN RIBF and BNL RHIC, we are now ready to look into regions previously unobserved.
The CNS consists of 8 staffs (2 professors, 1 associate professor, 1 lecturer, 4 assistant professors) and a number of graduate students, and conduct world-leading studies at these major accelerator facilities.
Guidance for prospective graduate students
We will be holding a guidance for prospective students. Please feel free to join.
- Date: Friday, May 13, 2011, 14:45-
- Location: Room 1220, Hongo Campus Science Bldg. 4, University of Tokyo
- CNS Open lab was held.
- The 8th CNS-EFES International Summer School (CNS-EFES09) 2009/08/26 - 2009/09/01
We, Center for Nuclear Study (CNS), the University of Tokyo, have been pomorting Spectroscopy with High-resolution Analyzer of RadioActive Quantum beams (SHARAQ) and dispersion matching beamline project collaborating with RIKEN Nishina Center (RNC) under a cooperative research agreement of “heavy radioactive ion physiscs”.
We have performed commisionig experiments on March and May in 2009, and successfully confirmed high resolution of the dispersion matching. For celebration this achievement, we will hold the ceremony with RNC. Date : Jun. 30th, 2009 16:00-17:00 Ceremony at 2F conference room in RIBF, RIKEN 17:00-18:00 Tour (for invitee) 18:00-20:00 Celebration at Hirosawa Club
CNS Advisory Committee
RIKEN RI Beam Factory Tour