5th International Symposium on Nuclear Symmetry Energy NuSYM15
June 29 - July 2, 2015, Kraków, POLAND


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

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

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

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

5.Nuclear EoS from astrophysical observations
by Sebastian Kubis Cracow University of Technology Kraków, POLAND

Theoretical Issues

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

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

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

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

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

11.Probing the nuclear symmetry energy at sub-saturation densities with 3H/3He ratio
by Yongjia Wang Huzhou University, CHINA

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

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

14.Microscopic description of two-component fragmenting systems
by Paolo Napolitani IPN Orsay, FRANCE

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

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

Correlations and Clustering

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

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

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

20.Cluster formation within transport theory
by Akira Ono Tohoku University Sendai, JAPAN

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

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

23.Multi-alpha correlations in 12C induced dissipative collisions at intermediate energies
by Lucia Quattrocchi Università degli Studi di Messina, ITALY

Symmetry Energy in Nuclear Structure

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

25.Isospin Character of Low-Lying Pygmy Dipole States via Inelastic Scattering of 17O
by Fabio Crespi University of Milan / INFN Milano, ITALY

26.Isospin character of the soft dipole mode in 140Ce studied via inelastic scattering of 17O
by Mateusz Krzysiek IFJ PAN Kraków, POLAND

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

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

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

30.Dipole Polarizability of 68Ni
by Dominic Rossi NSCL, Michigan State University East Lansing, UNITED STATES

31.Dipole polarizability, neutron skin and symmetry energy
by Xavier Viñas University of Barcelona, SPAIN

Symmetry Energy and Pion Production

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

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

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

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

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

Astrophysical Issues

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Heavy-Ion Reactions

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

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

50.Recent results on the symmetry energy from GANIL
by 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 collaboration
by Giovanni Casini INFN Firenze Florence, ITALY

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

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

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

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

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

58.Current status of the SπRIT TPC project
by Tadaaki Isobe RIKEN Wako, JAPAN

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

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

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

Concluding Remarks

62.Concluding remarks
by Wolfgang Trautmann GSI Helmholtzzentrum Darmstadt, GERMANY