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IUPAP WG.9 Nuclear Science Symposium at University of Notre Dame    London Global Gateway, 1 – 4 Suffolk Street,  SW1Y 4HG, London, UK,   August 2 – 3, 2019




Friday, August 2 : 
10:45 Refreshments  
Chair:  Robert E. Tribble  
11:45 Opening remarks by the Chair  
12:00 The Physics with an Electron-Ion Collider from a Worldwide Perspective [Richard G. Milner – MIT]
12:45 Quantum Information Science and Nuclear Physics [Martin Savage – INT]
13:30 The Multi-messenger Signals from Gravitational Waves and the Implications for Nucleosynthesis [Ian Harry, University of Portsmouth]
14:15 Refreshments break  
Chair: Marek Lewitowcz  
15:00 ISOL-based and Fragmentation-based Production of Rare Isotope Beams [Maria Jose Garcia Borge – CERN]
15:45 Hunting for Dark Matter with Nuclei and Neutron Stars [Sanjay K. Reddy, INT/University of Washington]
16:30 The Structure of the Nucleon [Marc Vanderhaeghen, Mainz Universitaet]
17:15 Neutrinos and Nuclear Physics [Joshua Klein, University of Pennsylvania]
19:30 Working Dinner for members of IUPAP WG.9, IUPAP C12, invited speakers,
              Funding Agency representatives at BRUMUS Restaurant
Saturday, August 3: 
Chair: David Hertzog  
09:00 EDM Searches, a Worldwide Perspective [Guillaume Pignol, LPSC, Universite  de Grenoble]
09:45 Searching for New Physics: the Fumdamental Symmetry Experiments [Vincenzo Cirigliano, LANL]
10:30 Refreshments break  
Saturday, August 3 : [two successive “in-Camera” meetings each about 1.5 hours for Funding Agency/Government Representatives]
Chair:  Timothy Hallman  
11:00 – 12:30 “Electron-Ion Collider”
14:00 – 15:30 “Ton-scale Neutrino-less Double Beta Decay Experiments”


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