Invited Speakers

Heinz Haas, Univ. of Aveiro (Portugal) and CERN (Switzerland)
EFG temperature dependence in iodine and zinc - the message of two forgotten experiments.
Victoria Karner, TRIUMF (Canada)
Probing the chemistry of magnesium(II)-ATP complexes with β-detected NMR.
Mototsugu Mihara, Osaka Univ. (Japan)
Development of advanced β-NMR techniques for materials science and biochemistry research.
Naoki Kimura, RIKEN (Japan)
Hyperfine interaction of highly charged ions studied with magnetic-free ion storage devices.
Aiko TakamineRIKEN (Japan)
Recent progress of the laser spectroscopy activities for the study of exotic nuclei.
Rodolfo Sánchez, GSI (Germany)
Laser spectroscopy of the 1s-hyperfine splitting in radioactive hydrogen-like bismuth ions.
Hilary Masenda, Univ. of Witwatersrand (South Africa)
Lattice sites and charge states of Fe in transition metal doped ternary III-nitrides.
Yuji Mikata, Nara Women's Univ. (Japan)
Structure and properties of high valent diiron complexes using isoquinoline-based ligands.
Shigekazu Ito, Tokyo Inst. of Technology (Japan)
μSR Studies for radical reactions of unsaturated organophosphorus compounds.
Masayoshi Fujihala, Japan Atomic Energy Agency [JAEA] (Japan)
μSR studies of quantum magnets.
Jeff Sonier, Simon Fraser Univ. (Canada)
μSR studies of an extremely rare topological spin-triplet superconductor.
Jennifer Fowlie, Stanford Univ. and SLAC National Lab. (USA)
Intrinsic magnetism in superconducting infinite-layer nickelates.
Kazuhiko Ninomiya, Osaka Univ. (Japan)
Chemical environmental effect on muon capture process: muon capture ratio and muonic X-ray structure.
Motohiro Mizuno, Kanazawa Univ. (Japan)
2H solid-state NMR study of molecular motion in proton conducting materials.
Sebastian Räder, GSI (Germany)
Laser spectroscopy of heavy actinide elements.
Kei Minamisono, FRIB, Michigan State Univ. (USA)
Nuclear structure studies by laser spectroscopy in the Ca-Ni region at NSCL/FRIB.
Kenji Shimazoe, Univ. Tokyo (Japan)
Molecular sensing and imaging through perturbed angular correlation in nuclear medicine.
Laura Crsitina Damonte, Instituto de Física La Plata [IFLP] (Argentina)
Positron Annihilation Lifetime Spectroscopy (PALS) experiments and first-principles/DFT modeling on nanostructured semiconductors.
Premaditya Chhetri, KU Leuven (Belgium)
First observation of the radiative decay of 229Th low-lying isomer.