Monday 22 January, 2018
9:00-9:20 Opening session
Welcome by K. Rusek (HIL Director) and M. Harakeh (ENSAR2 coordinator)
9:20-9:45D. LacroixDiscussion on nuclear reaction theory in Europe
9:45-10:10D. CortinaOverview on experimental aspects and needs for theory
10:10-10:30J. Gomez CamachoContribution of the European small facilities to the study of Nuclear reactions
10:30-10:50W.H. Trzaska Future of reaction studies in Jyväskylä
Coffee break
11:20-11:40J. BenlliureResidual nuclei produced in fragmentation and fission reactions
11:40-12:00D. RegnierProgress and challenges toward the microscopic description of nuclear fission
12:00-12:20Z. PodolyakIsomer production in fragmentation reactions
12:20-12:40 J. SkalskiDescription of spontaneous fission – including odd-particle systems and isomers
12:40-12:55A. Al-AdiliStudies of fission fragments and prompt-fission neutrons
Lunch (buffet)
14:00-14:20 W. CatfordTransfer as a way to understand Shells and Stars
14:20-14:40G. HupinReactions with light nuclei: new insight from ab-initio calculations
14:40-15:00E. VigezziStructure and reactions of one-neutron halos
15:00-15:20N. KeeleyExtracting the ANC for the 17O 6.356 MeV 1/2+ state from transfer data: a cautionary tale.
15:20-15:35M. NaumenkoDescription of enhancement of total cross sections of reactions with 6He and 9Li nuclei
15:35-15:50A. KozelaFour-nucleon systems in experiment and theory
Coffee break
16:20-16:40A. MoroLinking structure and dynamics in (p,pN) reactions induced by exotic nuclei
16:40-17:00L. TracheIndirect methods in Nuclear Astrophysics
17:00-17:20A. TuminoResonant reactions with the Trojan Horse Method
17:20-17:40 C. la TessaCan nuclear physics take us to Mars?
17:40-17:55 I. MazumdarStudy of d(p,γ)3He Reaction Relevant to Big Bang Nucleosynthesis
19:00 Welcome cocktail & poster session
                                                Tuesday 23 January, 2018
9:00-9:20 L. CorradiNew opportunities offered by heavy ion transfer reactions
9:20-9:40P. MagierskiPairing dynamics in low energy nuclear reactions
9:40-10:00 M. CavallaroHeavy-ion induced transfer reactions and the role of pairing
10:00-10:20M. AssiéProbing np pairing along the fp-shell through two-nucleon transfer reaction
10:20-10:35E. DupontProduction of 212Po by Alpha transfer
10:35-10:50C. ThornsberryProton Transfer Reactions Studied Using the VANDLE Neutron Detector Array
Coffee break
11:20-11:40R. CrespoNucleon Knockout: reaction framework and structure
11:40-12:00H. ArellanoNucleon-nucleus elastic scattering at near-GeV energies within a microscopic folding approach
12:00-12:20M. Labalme12C nuclear cross sections for hadrontherapy: measurements (< 100MeV/n) and comparisons to simulations.
12:20-12:35B. WasilewskaFirst measurements of collective excitations in 208Pb induced by proton beam at CCB Krakow
Lunch (buffet)
14:00-14:20 S. TypelConstraining the symmetry energy with neutron removal cross sections
14:20-14:40M. RenaudStudy of the Near-Barrier Fusion of the 8B+40Ar Proton-Halo System
14:40-15:00A. KarpovProduction of neutron-rich nuclides in multinucleon transfer reactions
15:00-15:20G. KaminskiACCULINNA-2 – a new facility for studies with light exotic beams
15:20-15:40N. AntonenkoPossibilities of production of new isotopes in transfer reactions
15:40-16:00E. KozulinTransition from heavy-ion reactions involving Ca to Ti, Cr, Kr and Gd ions
Coffee break
16:30-16:50K. MazurekTheoretical description of the hot nuclei de-excitation
16:50-17:10M. ColonnaDescription of reaction dynamics, from low to Fermi energies, with stochastic semi-classical approaches
17:10-17:30N. Kalantar-NayestanakiThe use of Storage rings in the study of reactions at low momentum transfers
17:30-17:45M. HarcaAngular Momentum of fission fragments in the near barrier reaction of 32S + 197Au
Conference dinner
                                                Wednesday 24 January, 2018
9:00-9:20J. PochodzallaOpen problems in hypernuclear physics
9:20-9:40H. LenskeProduction of hypernuclei by hadrons and heavy ions
9:40-10:00A. BotvinaFormation of hypernuclei in relativistic ion collisions
10:00-10:20 T. SaitoHypernuclear experiments with heavy ion beams
10:20-10:35S. WycechOn Gamov states of Σ+ hyperons
10:35-10:50J.-C. David Production of strange particles and hypernuclei in nuclear reactions at a few GeV. New capabilities in INCL
Coffee break
11:20-11:40S. LeoniSearch for the gamma-decay of 7Li into the continuum
11:40-12:00C. SchuyNuclear fragmentation in ion beam therapy
12:00-12:40 Open discussion
12:40-12:50C. ScheidenbergerConcluding remarks
Lunch (buffet)
14:00-14:30Visit of the HIL

   List of Posters
P1D. ArtemenkovUnstable nuclei in dissociation of light stable and radioactive nuclei in nuclear track emulsion.
P2R. Bansal
A journey of the transverse flow from stable to superheavy nuclei.
P3S. BhattaraiInterpretation of Double Langmuir Probe I-V Characteristics at Different Ionospheric Plasma Temperatures.
P4M. DanThe halo character of 29Ne from momentum distribution analysis.
P5A. DemyanovaMeasurements of radii of the states with halo.
P6N. Nitin Deshmukh Transfer reaction channels for the system 18O + 116Sn under NUMEN project
P7R. KumarDifferent clusterization algorithms and their role to study multifragmentation in heavy-ion reactions.
P8R. MahajanNeutron emission from the fission of neutron deficient 192,202Po nuclei.
P9K. NovikovThe study of neutron-rich nuclei formation in the multi-nucleon transfer reaction 136Xe + 208Pb.
P10A. NovoselovMass spectrometer MASHA in line with gas catcher technic for SHE factory.
P11U. SinghInvestigation of mechanism of low-energy proton induced spallation reactions leading to continuum.

The poster session will take place on Monday, the 22nd of January, 2018 at 19:00.

The posters will be on display during the whole duration of the conference.

The preferable size for the poster is height 841 mm /33.11″ , width 594 mm/23.4″ (ISO A1 size of paper).

Maximum size: height 1 189 mm / 46.81″, width 841 mm /33.11″ (ISO A0 size of paper).