The main topics adressed at the school will be:


Exotic beams
Drip line Phenomena
Halo Nuclei
Superheavy elements (SHE)
Primordial and early nucleosynthesis
Explosive scenarios
Solar neutrino problem
Accelerator Mass Spectroscopy (AMS)
Biological effects of irradiation
Boron Neutron Capture Therapy (BNCT)
Positron Emission Tomography (PET), SPECT
Monte Carlo Simulations
Waste management
Invited lectures and speakers include:
  • N. Barradas (ITN / Portugal): Ionic Implantation
  • M. Bidmead ( Royal Marsden NHS Trust Hospital / UK ): Brachytherapy
  • J. de Boer ( TUM, Garching/ Germany ): Tutorials on proton radiation therapy
  • G. Correia / Portugal (ITN / Portugal): Hyperfine interactions
  • P. Colarinha (IPO / Portugal): Tutorials in medical physics
  • T. Ferreira (IPO-CRL / Portugal): Therapeautic applications of radioactivity
  • A. T. Fonseca (IPO / Portugal): Tutorials in medical physics
  • S. Hofmann ( GSI / Germany): Superheavy nuclei
  • G. Kraft (GSI / Germany):  Nuclear Physics, Medicine and Biology
  • K.L. Kratz (University of Mainz / Germany):  Nuclear Astrophysics
  • K. Langanke (University of Aarhus / Denmark):  Nuclear Astrophysics
  • J. J. Pedroso de Lima (Univ. Coimbra / Portugal): PET
  • J. Pedroso de Lima (HUC / Portugal): Biologic effects of radiation
  • E. Maglione (University of Padova / Italy):  Drip line Phenomena
  • J. Marques (ITN / Portugal): Reactors
  • R. L. Moss ( Joint Res. Centre of the CRC / Netherlands): BNCT
  • B. Mottelson (NORDITA / Denmark):  Historical review
  • G. Pollarolo ( University of Torino / Italy):  Drip line Phenomena
  • L. Salgado (IPO): Tutorials in medical physics
  • B. Sherrill (MSU / USA):  Halo nuclei
  • D.R. Slaughter (LLNL / USA):  Waste management, radioprotection and environment
  • F.D. Santos (Univ. Lisboa / Portugal):  Nuclear Astrophysics
  • M. Suter (Institute of Particle Physics / Zurich):  AMS
  • M. do Rosario Vieira (IPO / Portugal): PET
  • M. Wiescher (University of Notre Dame / USA): Nuclear Astrophysics
  • P. J. Woods (University of Edinburgh / UK): Proton Drip-Line: Experimental