[news-l-8] Int'l WS on Nucl./Part. Physics at 50GeV PS (first circular again)

From: Shinya Sawada (shinya.sawada@kek.jp)
Date: Tue Oct 30 2001 - 19:31:06 JST

Dear Colleagues,

We have sent information on our High Intensity Proton Accelerator Project
via this mailing list (news-l@jkj.tokai.jaeri.go.jp), but recently we
realized some of you had not received a part of our messages due to a
problem in our system. Therefore I send again the first circular of an
international workshop originally sent on September 11. In addition, you
can have access to the previous messages via our web site,
http://jkj.tokai.jaeri.go.jp/ (go to "Newsletter archives"). We apologize
for your inconvenience.

Sincerely Yours,
Shin'ya Sawada

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Sent: Tuesday, September 11, 2001 2:08 PM
Subject: [news-l-7] Int'l WS on Nucl./Part. Physics at 50GeV PS

                        International Workshop
                     Nuclear and Particle Physics
                            At 50-GeV PS

                        December 10 - 12, 2001
                       Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan

First Announcement
This is the first announcement on the international Workshop on
Nuclear and Particle Physics at 50-GeV PS to be held at KEK, Japan,
from December 10 to 12, 2001.

As we announced, the KEK/JAERI Joint Project for high-intensity proton
accelerators proceeded into a construction phase from April, 2001. Some of
the accelerator magnets to be installed in the 50-GeV PS have been already
on order. The international advisory committee and the users board of the
project are going to be formed in a short period.

As for the slow-extraction experimental area, we still have time, although
limited, before starting the construction. So, it is a good occasion to
discuss about the concrete physics programs and the realistic design of the
experimental area when the beam will be turned on, expected in 2007. Also,
we would like to consider possible future extensions of the facility. The
neutrino experiment at the 50-GeV PS is another important subject to be
discussed, although the construction budget is still to be approved.

We hope many potential users, world-wide, to come to the workshop and join
the discussions. Those who are interested in this workshop should send a
pre-registration form before October 10, 2001.
The details of the workshop will be distributed in the next circular. The
Workshop Home Page is located at http://www-jhf.kek.jp/NP01/
Date: December 10 - 12, 2001
Place: KEK 3-Goukan Seminar Hall

==Subjects to be discussed==
1. Strangeness Nuclear Physics experiments
2. Nuclear/Hadron Physics experiments with primary beams
3. Kaon/Muon Rare Decay experiments
4. Neutrino experiments
5. Physics with anti-proton and other beams
6. Facility Designs

S. Nagamiya (KEK/JAERI; Chairperson),
K. Imai (Kyoto), J. Imazato (KEK), T. Kobayashi (KEK), Y. Kuno (Osaka),
T. Nagae (KEK; Scientific Secretary), K. Yoshimura (KEK)

==Pre-registration form==
Family name:
First name:
Middle name:
Title: (Prof./ Dr./ Mr./ Ms.)
Mailing Address:

I plan to attend the workshop: (Yes/ Maybe/ No)
I plan to give a talk: (Yes/ Maybe/ No)
Tentative title:
Please Return Before October 10, 2001
Dr. T. Nagae
E-mail: nagae@post.kek.jp, Fax: +81-298-64-5258

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