CNS-RIKEN Joint Symposium

International Symposium on Frontier of Gamma-ray Spectroscopy (Gamma11)
June 30 - July 2, 2011 RIKEN, Wako, Saitama, Japan

				First Announcement

Dear colleagues,

We are pleased to inform you that "the International Symposium on Frontier
of Gamma-ray Spectroscopy (gamma11)" is scheduled to take place at RIKEN Wako 
campus in Saitama (Japan) on June 30 - July 2, 2011. This symposium is 
co-hosted by the Center for Nuclear Study of the University  of Tokyo (CNS) 
and the RIKEN Nishina Center.
  This is the fourth meeting in a series of CNS-RIKEN Joint symposium on
frontier of gamma-ray spectroscopy following the last meeting held in 2008 
(gamma08). The purpose of the symposium is to discuss recent progress and 
future perspectives of gamma-ray spectroscopy and recent development of 
advanced gamma-ray detectors. It is hoped that the symposium will encourage 
international cooperation and stimulate physicists in the field of nuclear 
structure studies. Future collaboration for the experimental programs at RIBF 
will be discussed.

The symposium will start in the morning of June 30 and end in the afternoon
of July 2. It will be held in the Conference Room of RIBF Building in RIKEN.

There will be invited talks as well as oral presentations and poster
presentations selected from submitted contributions. Detailed information 
about the meeting will be provided in our next circular and on the symposium 
web site shortly.

Preliminary symposium web page is now accessible via

Looking forward to welcoming you to CNS and RIKEN next June.

Organizing Committee:
E. Ideguchi (CNS, Chair person), N. Aoi (RIKEN), S. Shimoura (CNS),
T. Motobayashi(RIKEN), S. Michimasa (CNS), A. Odahara (Osaka) 
T. Koike (Tohoku), H. Scheit (RIKEN), Y. Utsuno (JAEA), T. Nakatsukasa (RIKEN), 
T. Otsuka (CNS)

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