Physics and Astrophysics: From Stable
Beams to Exotic Nuclei
workshop covering nuclear physics and
astrophysics (incorporating both nuclear
structure physics and reactions) will
take place in
Turkey during the last week of June
2008. This workshop will encompass
physics that can be performed with beams
of either stable or exotic nuclei as
well as applications in astrophysics.
This meeting, entitled "Nuclear Physics
and Astrophysics: From Stable Beams to
Exotic Nuclei" will take place June 25 -
30, 2008 in Cappadocia, Turkey.
will host this meeting. This University
in Kayseri derives its name from Mount
Erciyes, which is 15 kilometers to the
south-west of the university.
The venue of the meeting, Cappadocia, is
a region of rather unique natural
wonders characterized by structure
called fairy chimneys and a colorful
historical and cultural heritage. The
geology of the area is shaped by
deposits from ancient volcanoes. These
deposits are soft rocks that houses and
churches were carved out. The largest
airport in Cappadocia is easily reached
by air. International travels can fly to
Istanbul and then connect to a one-hour
flight to Kayseri (there are
flights a day from Istanbul).
We hope to see you in Cappadocia.
A.B. Balantekin (U. Wisconsin)
I. Boztosun (Erciyes U.)
G. Kocak (Erciyes U.)