The Asian Nuclear Physics Association (ANPhA) was first launched by China, Japan, South Korea and Vietnam and now includes eight countries and regions, namely Australia, China, Korea, India, Japan, Mongolia, Taiwan (China), Vietnam. The conference aims to strengthen cooperation among nuclear physicists in Asia, promote nuclear science education in Asia, encourage Asian nuclear scientists to coordinate through the use of existing research facilities, and discuss future plans for nuclear science facilities in Asia.
The 2020 Asian Nuclear Physics Association (ANPhA) meeting & the ANPhA symposium on nuclear physics facilities in Asia will be held Zoom on Dec 10-11 this year, hosted by The University of Hong Kong.
The conference consists of two parts: the first day will be a symposium on Asian nuclear physics research facilities, which will exchange research work on existing nuclear physics research facilities in Asia, and discuss the future plans for nuclear science facilities in Asia; the second day is the ANPhA board meeting that will discuss cooperation among Asian countries and regions in nuclear science research and education and nuclear physics facilities, and will select the next Council.
Organizers: Jenny Lee, Pengjie Li