May 21 – 26, 2007
CERN
Europe/Zurich timezone
The ISOLDE Spring School in Nuclear Theory

aims to provide Ph. D students and young post-doctoral researchers,
active in research with radioactive ion beams, with a forum to discuss
issues in Nuclear Theory with experts in this field.
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The scope of the school is to provide young researchers with a hands-
on opportunity to discuss issues related to their own experiments,
or plans for new experiments, with experts in nuclear structure and
reaction theory.

The school is directed towards theoretical and computational aspects
related to the interpretion of real data-sets. Training will be provided
in a lecture format and in computing sessions.

Students are encouraged to bring up issues and problems related to
their own work in order to discuss these with the lecturers during the
training sessions. Access to computer codes will be provided during the
school. For this reason students that so wish are encouraged to bring
with them their own computer for help with the installation and application
of programs that are relevant to their specific topic.

The school is without charge. Students are expected to arrange their own
accomodation in the CERN hostel and to cover other local costs. Meals are
available e.g. in two on-site restaurants.

As only a limited number of places is available, qualified applicants will be
admitted on a first come first served basis.

Further information can be found under the menu to the left or if needed by
e-mail to: isolde.secretariat@cern.ch

Lecturers:
J. J. Gomez-Camacho (Seville) ,
M. Hjorth-Jensen (Oslo),
A. M. Moro (Seville)

Organizer:
J. Cederkall (CERN)