γ-ray spectroscopy in Europe
        present and future challenges

Experimental nuclear structure physics has produced a large amount of interesting results during the last decade and is facing still better perspectives.
The atomic nucleus has been studied far from of stability, expanding the limits of isospin and angular momentum. The continuous development of high resolution gamma-ray detector systems and powerfull ancillaries have been of vital importance on this respect, leading to unexpected insights into the nuclear structure.
In the framework of the Gammapool Network, this workshop is devoted to the presentation of the status and to the discussion of the perspectives on nuclear spectroscopy research. Sessions are dedicated to the presentation of recent theoretical developments, the last results obtained in the different experimental campaigns and gamma-ray facilities in Europe, and to the discussion on the future research, the experimental developments and technical challenges.

Organizers
        on behalf of the Gammapool Network Steering Committee

Silvia M. Lenzi            University of Padova and INFN
Daniel R. Napoli          Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro
Geirr Sletten              Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen
Wolfram Korten         CEA, Saclay

Participants

Ayse Atac Nyberg (U. of Ankara, Turkey), Faical Azaiez (IPNO, Orsay, France), Dimiter Balabanski (U. of Sofia, Bulgary), Dino Bazzacco (INFN Padova, Italy), Sarmishtha Bhattacharyya (Ganil, Caen, France), Angela Bracco (INFN and U.of Milano, Italy), Peter Butler (U. of Liverpool, UK), Franco Camera (INFN and U.of Milano, Italy), Bo Cederwall (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden), Robert Chapman (U. of Paisley, UK), Dave Cullen (U. of Manchester, UK), Giacomo de Angelis (INFN LNL, Italy), Gilles de France (Ganil, Caen, France), Alfred Dewald (IKP, Cologne, Germany), Pieter Doornenbal (GSI, Darmstadt, Germany), Olivier Dorvaux (IPHC, Strasbourg, France), Juergen Eberth (IKP, Cologne, Germany), Luis Egido (UAM, Madrid, Spain), Claes Fahlander (U. of Lund, Sweden), Enrico Farnea (INFN Padova, Italy), Alessandro Feliciello (INFN Torino, Italy), Andres Gadea (INFN LNL, Italy), Benoit Gall (IPHC, Strasbourg, France), Juergen Gerl (GSI, Darmstadt, Germany), Andreas Goergen (CEA, Saclay, France), Paul Greenlees (JYFL, Jyvaskyla, Finland), Florent Haas (IPHC, Strasbourg, France), Ikuko Hamamoto (LTH, U. of Lund, Sweden), Herbert Huebel (U. of Bonn, Germany), Arne Johnson (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden), Jan Jolie (IKP, Cologne, Germany), Pete Jones (JYFL, Jyvaskyla, Finland), Dave Joss (CLRC, Daresbury, UK), Rauno Julin (JYFL, Jyvaskyla, Finland), Thorsten Kroell (TU Muenchen, Germany), Silvia M. Lenzi (INFN and U.of Padova, Italy), Silvia Leoni (INFN and U.of Milano, Italy), Araceli Lopez Martens (IN2P3, CSNSM, France), Santo Lunardi (INFN and U.of Padova, Italy), Nicolae Marginean (INFN LNL, Italy), Witold Meczynski (IFJ, Cracow, Poland), Daniel R. Napoli (INFN LNL, Italy), Paul Nolan (U. of Liverpool, UK), Marcin Palacz (U. of Warsaw, Poland), Zsolt Podolyak (U. of Surrey, UK), Peter Reiter (IKP, Cologne, Germany), Take Saito (GSI, Darmstadt, Germany), Gary Simpson (IN2P3, LPSC, France), John Simpson (CLRC, Daresbury, UK), Geirr Sletten (NBI, Copenhaguen, Denmark), Irina Stefanescu (KU, Leuven, Belgium), Christophe Theisen (CEA, Saclay, France), Calin Ur (INFN Padova, Italy), Piet Van Duppen (KU, Leuven, Belgium), Bob Wadsworth (U. of York, UK), Nigel Warr (IKP, Cologne, Germany), Hans-Juergen Wollersheim (GSI, Darmstadt, Germany), Ramon Wyss (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden).

Secretary
        to call from outside the ECT* dial (+39) 0461 314 before the three digits extension

Cristina Costa, Project co-ordinator:   extension 730,   cristina@ect.it