CIPANP 2009: Tenth Conference on the Intersections of
Particle and Nuclear Physics

CIPANP 2009 About the Conference

The Conference on the Intersections of Particle and Nuclear Physics began in 1984, largely at the instigation of Professor Alan D. Krisch of the University of Michigan. Professor Krisch's research interests at the time focused on spin physics, the study of polarization effects in strong, electromagnetic and weak interactions. Professor Krisch realized that spin and other topics were of interest to both particle and nuclear physicists, yet there were few meetings that attracted researchers from both fields to a unified program.

CIPANP 2009 will be the tenth meeting in this series. Meetings are held every three years at the end of May at a pleasant location in North America. Persons interest in organizing CIPANP 2012 should contact the CIPANP 2009 Organizing Committee at marshak@umn.edu.


 

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