FRIB-TA Topical Programs
The FRIB Theory Alliance has introduced the FRIB-TA topical programs, which will bring together up to 30 theorists and experimentalists for a period of up to three weeks to address particular issues relevant for the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams. Researchers are expected, during that time, to discuss the problem, identify strategies and collaborate on solutions. At the end of the topical program, a deliverable must be made available. The programs will be hosted at FRIB and the FRIB Theory Alliance will support local costs for participants.
- FRIB-TA Topical Program Guidelines: Guidance for organizing Topical Programs [revised: 15-October-2018]
2019 Call for Proposals [deadline February 1, 2019, see below]
We are now soliciting proposals for programs to run in the Summer/Fall of 2019:
The proposal for topical programs should not exceed 3 pages and should contain a description of the scientific project, covering the scientific motivation, the connection to FRIB (for example through the relevance to particular experiments), and specific deliverables. It should also include the names and affiliations of critical experts that are needed for the effort to be successful and who intend to participate in the program for a significant fraction of time.
Proposals must be submitted by February 1st, 2019, by email to
Please look at the Previous ICNT programs
for examples of the types of programs intended
(e.g., The r-process nucleosynthesis: connecting FRIB with the cosmos).
If you have questions, please contact Chuck Horowitz (firstname.lastname@example.org
Upcoming and recent programs