|Date||October 07 > September 11, 2019|
|Location||CEA, Orme des Merisiers Campus, 91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, France|
Laser spectroscopy as a tool for nuclear theories
Organizers: R. Ferrer (KU Leuven), R. Garcia Ruiz (CERN), V. Somà (DPhN, contact), M. Vandebrouck (DPhN, contact)
The main goals of the workshop are:
1. To review recent experimental progress and discuss perspectives of forthcoming campaigns;
2. To analyse the impact of precision data on the development of theoretical models;
3. To explore novel ground-state properties that could be inferred from next generation laser spectroscopy measurements.
The meeting takes place over five days.
The first day is devoted to introductory lectures on basics of laser spectroscopy and theoretical tools relevant to related observables.
In the following days five or six experimental/theoretical talks per day will be presented, interspaced with ample time for discussion.
More information and registration: http://esnt.cea.fr/Phocea/Page/index.php?id=85