June 29 - July 2, 2015, Kraków, POLAND

1. | Symmetry Energy observables: from Saturation to Quark Matterby Massimo Di Toro LNS-INFN Catania, ITALY |

2. | Nuclear Symmetry Energy – from nucleus to neutron starsby Betty Tsang Michigan State University East Lansing, UNITED STATES |

3. | Constraints on symmetry energy from different collective excitationsby Gianluca Colò University of Milano and INFN, ITALY |

4. | Correlations and clustering in nuclear matter and heavy ion collisionsby Hermann Wolter University of Munich, GERMANY |

5. | Nuclear EoS from astrophysical observationsby Sebastian Kubis Cracow University of Technology Kraków, POLAND |

6. | Linking isovector observables with underlying microphysics ingredients determining the E_{sym}(ρ)by Bao-An Li Texas A&M University-Commerce, UNITED STATES |

7. | Relationship between the symmetry energy and neutron-proton effective mass splittingby Lie-Wen Chen Shanghai Jiao Tong University, CHINA |

8. | Spin dynamics in intermediate-energy heavy-ion collisionsby Jun Xu Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, CHINA |

9. | Covariance Analysis of Transport Model Parameters relevant for symmetry energyby Yingxun Zhang China Institute of Atomic Energy Beijing, CHINA |

10. | Toward high-density nuclear matter from nucleus-nucleus elastic scatteringby Takenori Furumoto National Inst. of Technology, Ichinoseki College, JAPAN |

11. | Probing the nuclear symmetry energy at sub-saturation densities with ^{3}H/^{3}He ratioby Yongjia Wang Huzhou University, CHINA |

12. | Dynamic isovector reorientation of deuteron as a probe to nuclear symmetry energyby Li Ou Guangxi Normal University Guilin, CHINA |

13. | Symmetry and congruence energies in different macroscopic modelsby Krzysztof Pomorski Maria Curie Sklodowska University Lublin, POLAND |

14. | Microscopic description of two-component fragmenting systemsby Paolo Napolitani IPN Orsay, FRANCE |

15. | High energy fission reaction via Langevin 4D calculationsby Katarzyna Mazurek IFJ PAN Kraków, POLAND |

16. | Investigations of nuclear equation of state in nucleus-nucleus collisions and fissionby Martin Veselský IP, Slovak Academy of Sciences Bratislava, SLOVAKIA |

17. | Intersection of soft (long-range) and hard (short-range) processes in nucleiby Willem Dickhoff Washington University Saint Louis, UNITED STATES |

18. | Short-range correlations in nucleiby Lawrence Weinstein Old Dominion University Norfolk, UNITED STATES |

19. | Symmetry energy of nucleonic matter with tensor correlationsby Or Hen Tel-Aviv University, ISRAEL |

20. | Cluster formation within transport theoryby Akira Ono Tohoku University Sendai, JAPAN |

21. | Alpha Cluster Model of Atomic Nuclei and the Nuclear Equation of Stateby Jinesh Kallunkathariyil Jagiellonian University Kraków, POLAND |

22. | Quantum statistical approach to few-nucleon correlations in nuclear systemsby Gerd Roepke Rostock University, GERMANY |

23. | Multi-alpha correlations in ^{12}C induced dissipative collisions at intermediate energiesby Lucia Quattrocchi Università degli Studi di Messina, ITALY |

24. | Damping of giant resonances in (a)symmetric nucleiby Klaus Morawetz Münster University of Applied Sciences Steinfurt, GERMANY |

25. | Isospin Character of Low-Lying Pygmy Dipole States via Inelastic Scattering of ^{17}Oby Fabio Crespi University of Milan / INFN Milano, ITALY |

26. | Isospin character of the soft dipole mode in ^{140}Ce studied via inelastic scattering of ^{17}Oby Mateusz Krzysiek IFJ PAN Kraków, POLAND |

27. | Exploring neutron skins: current program and future perspectives at Mainzby Michaela Thiel Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz, GERMANY |

28. | Neutron-skin thickness and symmetry-energy constrains from the study of the anti-analog giant dipole resonanceby Attila J. Krasznahorkay ATOMKI, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Debrecen, HUNGARY |

29. | Dipole Polarizability and Energy Density Functionalsby Takashi Hashimoto Institute for Basic Science Daejeon, KOREA |

30. | Dipole Polarizability of ^{68}Niby Dominic Rossi NSCL, Michigan State University East Lansing, UNITED STATES |

31. | Dipole polarizability, neutron skin and symmetry energyby Xavier Viñas University of Barcelona, SPAIN |

32. | Pion Production and the Nuclear Equation of Stateby Paweł Danielewicz NSCL, Michigan State University East Lansing, UNITED STATES |

33. | Probing neutron-proton dynamics by pionsby Natsumi Ikeno Tottori University, JAPAN |

34. | Impact of the pion potential on pion observables in intermediate energy heavy-ion collisionsby Dan Cozma IFIN-HH Bucharest, ROMANIA |

35. | Pion productions in mass asymmetric ^{28}Si+In reactions at 400, 600, and 800 MeV/nucleonby Tetsuya Murakami Dep. of Physics, Kyoto University, JAPAN |

36. | Charged pion production and π ratios in Pb+Pb collisions at SPS energies^{+}/π^{-}by Andrzej Rybicki IFJ PAN Kraków, POLAND |

37. | Neutrino-matter interaction in core collapse supernovae and neutron star mergersby Albino Perego Technische Universität Darmstadt, GERMANY |

38. | Mass formula for low-mass neutron stars and its applicationby Hajime Sotani NAOJ Tokyo, JAPAN |

39. | Symmetry energy: nuclear mass models and neutron-star structureby Anthea Francesca Fantina IAA, Université Libre de Bruxelles, BELGIUM |

40. | Equation of State with Clustering in Low-Density Matterby Stefan Typel GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung Darmstadt, GERMANY |

41. | The Equation of State of Neutron Matter and Low-density Nuclear Matterby Stefano Gandolfi Los Alamos National Laboratory, UNITED STATES |

42. | EOSDB: The database for nuclear equations of stateby Chikako Ishizuka RLNR, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN |

43. | The role of the symmetry energy in the evolution of a proto-neutron starby Monika Pieńkos University of Silesia Katowice, POLAND |

44. | Universal symmetry energy contribution to the neutron star equation of stateby David Edwin Álvarez Castillo JINR Dubna, RUSSIA |

45. | Chemical Equilibrium in Low Density Nuclear Matterby Joseph B. Natowitz Texas A&M University College Station, UNITED STATES |

46. | Equation of state and pairing in asymmetric nuclear matterby Armen Sedrakian Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY |

47. | Impact of pairing effects on clusterization of stellar matterby Stefano Burrello Laboratori Nazionali del Sud - INFN Catania, ITALY |

48. | Isospin Equilibration in Heavy-Ion Reactionsby Sherry Yennello Texas A&M University College Station, UNITED STATES |

49. | Constraints on the Momentum Dependence of the Symmetry Mean Field Potentialby Bill Lynch Michigan State University East Lansing, UNITED STATES |

50. | Recent results on the symmetry energy from GANILby Abdou Chbihi GANIL Caen, FRANCE |

51. | Sensitivity of N/Z ratio in projectile break-up of isobaric systems: a new probe for symmetry energy?by Enrico De Filippo INFN Catania, ITALY |

52. | Recent results and programmes of the FAZIA collaborationby Giovanni Casini INFN Firenze Florence, ITALY |

53. | From FOPI to FAIR - Constraining the Nuclear Equation of State at Supra Normal Densitiesby Yvonne Leifels GSI Helmholtzzentrum Darmstadt, GERMANY |

54. | The ASY-EOS experiment at GSI: investigating symmetry energy at supra-saturation densitiesby Paolo Russotto INFN-Sezione di Catania, ITALY |

55. | Constraining the nuclear matter equation of state around twice the saturation densityby Arnaud Le Fèvre GSI Helmholtzzentrum Darmstadt, GERMANY |

56. | Extracting high-density symmetry energy from FOPI / FOPI-LAND databy Gao-Chan Yong IMP, Chinese Academy of Sciences Lanzhou, CHINA |

57. | Isospin transport in heavy ion collisions and the symmetry energy below saturation densityby Zhigang Xiao Dep. of Physics, Tsinghua University Beijing, CHINA |

58. | Current status of the SπRIT TPC projectby Tadaaki Isobe RIKEN Wako, JAPAN |

59. | KATANA - a charge-sensitive trigger/veto array for the SπRIT TPCby Paweł Lasko Jagiellonian University Kraków, POLAND |

60. | Plan and status of rare isotope accelerator and facility for the study of symmetry energy in Koreaby Young Jin Kim RISP/IBS Daejeon, KOREA |

61. | Status and Perspective of the FARCOS detector arrayby Emanuele Vincenzo Pagano Università di Catania & INFN-LNS, ITALY |

62. | Concluding remarksby Wolfgang Trautmann GSI Helmholtzzentrum Darmstadt, GERMANY |