The meeting will touch upon a few sub-topics of current interest in nuclear structure physics including shapes, shell evolution and super-heavy elements as well as sessions devoted to nuclear astrophysics, novel instrumentation and radioactive-ion beam projects. The topics of the conference will reflect not only the development of the field in recent years but also to look to the future when facilities on the horizon offer the promise of exciting new discoveries. The meeting will be held in the Chadwick Building and Central Teaching Laboratory at the University of Liverpool. These buildings are on the main University campus, which is a 15 minute walk from the city centre and a short bus ride to the city’s riverside and cultural attractions. Liverpool is well served by two international airports, Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester Airport.
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