8-14 November 2015
Okayama University (50th Anniversary Hall)
Asia/Tokyo timezone
Welcome to the NuSTEC-15 Program (International School for Neutrino Nucleus Scattering Physics by Theory and Experiment Collaboration)

*Final Circular (Nov.2)
This is the final circular for an NuSTEC School, to be held at Okayama University, Okayama, Japan, in 8-14 November 2015.
The most Important change: Venue has been changed from International House (Lounge) to "50th Anniversary Hall" during 8th-13th, which is in front of the Bus Stop (Okayama University, West Gate) and easier for Access. (See Map in Access to Okayama University). On 14th (Saturday) only, we will use the International House (Lounge) for the venue.
Web info (Access to Okayama University) has been updated. Access from Kaisai Airport shows Time Table for the Bus.
How to get to the Venue on 8th Morning (Okayama Marathon Event) is a challenge and unpredictable:
Those who stay in the dormitory can get to the venue in 5 minutes by walk. Those who stay in Recent culture hotel can walk to the venue in 15 minutes.For those who stay in City Hotel (Kuwata-cho), please wait in front of the hotel at 7am.Taxis will take you to the venue. We pay when taxis arrive at the venue. Since Traffic Stop is scheduled at 7:45 for Okayama Marathon Event (with 15000 people), we ask you to take breakfast early (available from 6am) and come to the lobby at 7am. 
For those who stay in Dormitory or Recent Culture Hotel can walk to the Venue at 8am. Recent Culture Hotel is where the starting point of the Marathon and you may not be able to walk at 8am.
Registration Desk (at 50th Anniversary Hall) is open at 8:20am on 8th. On 8th (Sun), we prepare lunch and reception in the evening (both free).
Lecture schudule is unchanged. During tutorials by A.Lovato, T.Golan and A.Ankowski, they may pose exercises for you to solve them by PC (with Fortran or C). Please be prepared if you are interested.
If you have any questions, please send them to us ( nustec-15_at_science.okayama-u.ac.jp ).
We wish you a safe trip to Okayama and we all look forward to meeting you soon.

Regards,
Yusuke Koshio and Makoto Sakuda
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Excursion on Nov.11 (Wed)  [Free]
13:00- Start the Venue
14:00-16:30 Ramble in Kurashiki Historical Quarter (2.5hrs)
  http://www.kurashiki-tabi.jp/for/en/bikan.html
  *Historical Quarter, Forkcraft Musiem, Japan Toy Museum,,,etc
17:10-17:40  Sunset View from Lookout at Mt.Washu (30min)
  http://www.kurashiki-tabi.jp/for/en/kojima.html
  Sunsets viewed from here are ranked among the 100 best in Japan.
18:30 Arrive at Venue (Stop at Okayama Station)
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*2nd Circular
This is the second circular for an NuSTEC School, to be held at Okayama University, Okayama, Japan, in 8-14 November 2015.
The lecture schedule, including lecturers and the lecture titles, is now shown in Web. We have a total of 21 lectures: Fundamental Lectures (3hrs) & Tutorial Exercises (3hrs) in the afternoon every day.
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This is the first circular for an International School in the physics of neutrino nucleus scattering, to be held at Okayama University, Okayama, Japan, in 8-14 Novemver 2015. This is the followup of the successful NuSTEC School held at Fermilab (USA) in 21-29 October 2014 (http://nustec2014.phys.vt.edu/), in which about 80 graduate students and young reseachers participated. This time, the School will be organized as the pre-workshop event of the 10-th International Workshop on Neutrino-Nucleus Interactions in the Few-GeV Region (NuInt15, Osaka, Japan, 16-21 November 2015). 

Starts Nov 8, 2015 08:00
Ends Nov 14, 2015 13:30
Asia/Tokyo
Okayama University (50th Anniversary Hall)
Tsushimanaka 3-1-1, Kita-ku, Okayama-city, 700-0082 Japan
This workshop is supported by
  • Okayama University
  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas (Particle, Nuclear and Astro Physics Research Underground Solving the History of the Universe)
  • Kavli Institute for Physics and Mathematics of the Universe, The University of Tokyo
  • Related Workshop: NuInt15 Workshop will be held from November 16 to 21 at Osaka University. For more information please look at NuInt15 Web.