The Nuclear Science Division of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will host the conference "Nuclear Structure 2010", August 8-13, 2010. NS2010 will be the latest in the series of meetings organized every two years by North American National Laboratories. Previous meetings have been held in Argonne, Berkeley, Chalk River, Oak Ridge, and most recently in East Lansing.
The scientific program will be devoted to the latest research and developments in Nuclear Structure Physics, in particular the properties of nuclei at the extremes of isospin, mass, angular momentum, and excitation energy.
The program will consist of plenary presentations from invited speakers and selected contributions from submitted abstracts. Abstracts not chosen for oral presentation should be presented as a poster. The official language of the conference will be English.
Berkeley is a forty-minute drive north of the San Francisco International Airport and a twenty-five-minute drive from the Oakland International Airport. The conference will be held at the Clark Kerr Campus Conference Center of the University of California at Berkeley. The Clark Kerr Campus is close to the center of Berkeley.
Front Desk Hours: 7:00 AM - 11:00 PM
There will be a phone number at the front desk for after hours assistance.
The conference will begin with a reception in the evening of Sunday, August 8th and the formal program will finish on the afternoon of Friday, August 13th, 2010. The Clark Kerr Campus is a fully self-contained site and will provide accommodation, meals, and other conference services.