The OMEG15 symposium finished. Thank you for your paticipation.
Please see below for details about the symposium proceedings.
The proceedings of the symposium will be published online
JPS Conference Proceedings which is the online open access journal
by the Physics Society of Japan.
Before the submission, please make it sure that you use the manuscript
template files provided by the publisher. We do not accept any
manuscripts not following the standard format. The template files and
instructions can be found
Your manuscript should be submitted via the JPS Conf. Proc. online
submission system for OMEG15.
For the submission, you need to correctly select "Section" and
"Program No.". This information is required to submit your manuscript
on line. The "Program No." of your presentation can be found in
the symposium program.
The page limits, including text, figures, and references, depend on
6 pages for invited talks
4 pages for oral and poster contributions
The submission deadline is August 31, 2019.
The 15th International Symposium on Origin of Matter and Evolution of
Galaxies (OMEG15) will be held at the Yukawa Institute, Kyoto
University in July 2--5, 2019. This symposium is a part of the series
that started in 1988. Recent OMEG symposiums were held at Tsukuba, Japan
(2013), Beijing, China (2015), and Daejeon, Korea (2017).
The OMEG15 symposium will provide a forum for researchers from various
fields such as nuclear physics, particle physics, astronomy,
astrophysics, earth and planetary physics to discuss origin of
matter and evolution of universe.
Schedule & Venue
Kyoto is located about 2.5 hours from Tokyo using the Shinkansen
express train, 1.5 hours from the KANSAI International airport (KIX).
The main topics covered by the OMEG15 symposium are:
- Big Bang Cosmology and Primordial Nucleosynthesis
- First Generation Stars and Galactic Chemical Evolution
- Astronomical Observations with Light, X-Ray, Gamma-Ray, and Cosmic-Ray
- Stellar Evolutions and Hydrostatic Burning Processes
- Nuclear Structure and Reaction for Astrophysics
- Explosive Stellar Objects and Nuclear Physics
- Meteorite Analysis and Isotopic Abundance
- Nuclear Matter and Neutron Stars
- Nuclearsynthesis in Neutron Star Mergers
- Nuclear Data for Astrophysics and Related Topics
- Underground Nuclear Astrophysics
- Next generation RI Beam Facilities for Nuclear Astrophysics
|Second circular: ||February, 2019 |
|Registration open: ||February, 2019 |
|Abstract submission open: ||February, 2019 |
|Dead line of abstract submission: ||April 2, 2019 |
|Dead line of application for financial supports: ||April 2, 2019 |
|Notfication for contribution talks: ||May 8, 2019 |
|Dead line of the online registration: ||June 21, 2019 |
|Dead line of the payment of the registration fee: ||June 21, 2019 |
|Symposium dates: ||July 2--5, 2019 |
|Dead line of the proceedings submission: ||August 31, 2019 |
There are many hotels in Kyoto. The participants are encouraged to
book the hotel by themselves. A list of the hotels is available at
recommend participants to book early as possible. Several rooms are
reserved for the participants at the guest house of the Yukawa
Institute (Kitashirakawa Gakusha, 2,500 or 3,300 JPY/night), at the
Shirankaikan Annex (6,800 JPY/night),
and at Hotel Gimmond Kyoto (7,200--11,200 JPY/night).
The participants will be able to
request the room at Kitashirakawa Gakusha, Shirankaikan Annex
or Hotel Gimmond Kyoto on the
online registration. However, the number of rooms are limited,
therefore, leave the assignment to the organizers if the number of
applicants exceeds the number of rooms.
Application for the hotel arrangement by YITP
has been closed.
A limited amount of financial support will be provided to students and
researchers at their early-stage career to encourage their
participation in the OMEG15 symposium. We expect to offer limited
support to fully or partially cover domestic travel and local expenses
based on availability of funds. Participants will be able to apply for
the support on the online registration.
Application for the financial support
has been closed.
Host and Sponsors
Department of Physics, Osaka University
Department of Physics, Kyoto University
Research Center for Nuclear Physics (RCNP), Osaka University
Yukawa Institute for Theoretical Physics (YITP), Kyoto University
Center for Nuclear Study (CNS), University of Tokyo
RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-Based Science
National Astronomical Observatory of Japan
Japan Forum of Nuclear Astrophysics
Kyoto City and the Kyoto Convention & Visitors Bureau
Asian Nuclear Physics Association
Clustering as a window on the hierarchical structure of quantum systems,
Grant-In-Aid for Sceintific Research on Innovative Areas
Foundation for Promotion of Astronomy
This program is supported by a subsidy from Kyoto City and Kyoto Convention & Visitors Bureau.