SPIN2006 ----
The 17th International Spin PhysicsSymposium
Kyoto Japan Oct. 2-7 '06

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The 17th International Spin Physics Symposium, SPIN2006, will be held from October 2 to 7, 2006 in Kyoto, Japan. The Symposium is open to all scientists, regardless of citizenship and nationality. The Symposium is hosted by the Department of Physics, Kyoto University (21st Century COE program " Center for Diversity and Universality of Physics").

The scientific program of this Symposium includes the topics related to spin phenomena in particle and nuclear physics as well as those in related fields. The International Spin Physics Symposium series combined together the High Energy Spin Symposia and the Nuclear Polarization Conferences since 2000. The previous two Symposia were held at BNL, USA (September 2002) and at Trieste, Italy (October 2004), respectively.

The spin plays a paramount role in studies of fundamental symmetries, fundamental interactions, particle properties and structure of hadrons. Similarly, spin physics provides decisive progress in the understanding of nuclear reaction dynamics and of the structures of hadron-nucleon many body systems. Technical developments and applications of polarized beams and targets and spin handlings are also important subjects which will greatly contribute to the future development of particle and nuclear physics. 

  1. Fundamental Symmetries and Spin
  2. Spin Structure of Nucleons
  3. Spin Beyond the Standard Model
  4. Spin in Hadronic Reactions
  5. Spin Physics with Photons and Leptons
  6. Spin Physics in Nuclei
  7. Spin Physics with RI Beams
  8. Acceleration, Storage, and Polarimetry of Polarized Beams
  9. Polarized Ion and Electron Sources and Targets
  10. Future Facilities and Experiments

hosted by _
Department of Physics, Kyoto University.
(21st Century COE program “ Center for Diversity and Universality of Physics).

supported by _
International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP)
International Spin Physics Committee
Commemorative Organization for the Japan World Exposition '70
The Physical Society of Japan
Yukawa Institute, Kyoto University
RCNP, Osaka University

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