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This year's conference will celebrate James Vary's 70th birthday. James has made important contributions to nuclear physics and computational physics, mentored a number of students and postdocs, and served the science community in a number of elected and appointed positions. The conference topics -- reflecting James's research interests -- encompass a broad area of fundamental physics and high-performance computing.
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Ab initio nuclear structure
Microscopic approaches to nuclear reactions
Origin and properties of strong inter-nucleon interactions
Light-front quantum field theory (in particular QED and QCD)
Computational science and applied mathematics (related to large-scale calculations in nuclear theory)
Bruce Barrett, University of Arizona - Conference Summary
James Vary, Iowa State University
The first conference in this series was held in Khabarovsk, Russia, June 18-22, 2012;
The early registration fee (prior to March 1, 2013) will be $300 and the late registration fee (after March 1, 2013) will be $400. The registration fee includes a hard copy of the published proceedings.