Puerto Vallarta is a vey well-known and widely used place by the Mexican Physical Society schools and workshops. We are very confident that you will enjoy your stay, and we will have an excellent place to meet, work and collaborate. It is also very well connected to other major cities in Mexico, Canada and USA. There are many daily local flights to and from Mexico City.
This international Conference will be held for the first time in American continent, we exhort a broad invitation to all new and expert interested participants.
RPC2018 continues the tradition of regular scientific meetings, first started in 1991 at Lecce, with following editions in Roma, Pavia, Napoli, Bari, Coimbra, Clermont-Ferrand, Seoul, Mumbai, Darmstadt, Frascati, Beijing, and Ghent.
Mexico's indigenous population is one of the two largest in the Americas. More than one in ten Mexicans speaks an indigenous language. There are 364 language variants in the country, this means that each presents structural and lexical differences compared to other variants of the same linguistic grouping.
Puerto Vallarta is not an exception, we encourage you to learn more to profit your visit to our country.
November 10, 2017
The workshop will have invited reviews and selected contributions, as well as a poster session.
RPC2018 will be held at Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco named as “La ciudad más amigable del mundo” (The Friendliest City in the World). Gold beaches embrace the calm waters of the Bay of Banderas, one of the largest, deepest bays in the world. This aquatic haven is home of myriad species, a source of both abundant seafood and diverse recreational activities. It shelters Puerto Vallarta from storms and provides a protected habitat for endangered sea turtles and whales that give birth on its shores and its warm waters each year. The heart of the city remains in Old Town and the lively Malecón that runs along the shoreline and retains its rustic charm and small Mexican town ambient.
Stefano Bianco, INFN Frascati
Roberto Cardarelli, INFN Roma Tor V.
Paulo Fonte, LIP Coimbra
Diego Gonzalez-Diaz, IGFAE
Norbert Herrmann, Heidelberg Univ.
Giuseppe Iaselli, INFN Bari
Alfredo Musso, INFN Torino
Naba K. Mondal, TIFR
Sung K. Park, Seoul Univ.
Vladimir Peskov, CERN
Rinaldo Santonico, INFN Roma Tor v.
Archana Sharma, CERN
Yi Wang, Tsinghua Univ.
Akira Yamaguchi, Tohoku Univ.
Bing Zhou, Michigan Univ.
Michael Tytgat, Univ. Ghent (former chairperson)
Guy Paic, Ciencias Nucleares UNAM
Antonio Ortíz, Ciencias Nucleares UNAM
Eduard de la Cruz, CINVESTAV
Humberto Salazar, BUAP
Arturo Fernández, BUAP
Cecilia Uribe, BUAP
Isabel Pedraza, BUAP
Fabiola Vázquez, IBERO
Cristina Oropeza, IBERO
Rodolfo Estrada, IBERO
Salvador Carrillo, IBERO (Chair)