23rd INS International Symposium
				on
		Nuclear  and  Particle  Physics  with 
		Meson Beams in the 1GeV/c Region
				Tokyo
		March 15 (Wednesday) - 18 (Saturday),  1995

		Second Circular     (October, 1994)

			
   The 23rd INS International Symposium on "Nuclear and Particle 
Physics with Meson Beams in the 1 GeV/c Region" will be held at 
the main campus of the University of Tokyo from March 15 through 
18, 1995.   The objective of the symposium is to discuss the present 
status of theoretical and experimental progress, in particular, recent 
experimental achievement at the KEK 12 GeV PS as well as those 
from high-energy hadron accelerators in the world.  This medium-
size symposium also intends to promote intimate discussions on 
future prospects of this expanding field in nuclear and particle 
physics.  The subjects to be discussed are as follows:

   *Kaon decay physics - standard model and beyond -
 		CP/T/Lepton number non conservation
		Kobayashi-Maskawa matrix
   *Strangeness nuclear physics
		YN/YY interaction
		Production, structure and decay of hypernuclei
		Search for H-particle/Double-Lambda hypernuclei
		Hyperon scattering, Kaonic atoms
   *Meson-nucleus reactions in the 1 GeV/c region
   *Experiments at KEK-PS, BNL-AGS, CERN-SPS/LEAR, Fermilab, 
LAMPF, TRIUMF, etc.
   *Future perspectives
                                                                  
1.  Symposium site
   The symposium will be held at "SANJO CONFERENCE HALL" of the 
University of Tokyo in the central area of Tokyo.  You can easily 
reach the campus from railroad or subway stations either on foot or 
by taxi.  Instructions showing how to reach the conference site will 
be given in the final circular.

2.  Symposium schedule

Preliminary Program		                          (4/10/1994)  vs. 4

March 15 (Wed)	
9:30  Opening Address			Toshitsu Yamazaki(President of Symposium)

Overview of Kaon Decay Physics		Roberto Peccei (UCLA)

Overview of Strangeness Nuclear Physics	Avraham Gal (Hebrew)

Hadron Spectroscopy			Nathan Isgur (CEBAF)   - not confirmed -


Recent and New Results on CP Violation 
from Fermilab Kaon Experiments		Yau Wah (Univ. Chicago)

CP Test with K0(bar) and K0  at LEAR	Bernd Pagels (ETH)

CP Test in  KL Decay Mode (NA48 at CERN)	Hans Bluemer (Mainz)

CP Test in  KL -> pi0e+e- (E162 at KEK)	TBA

CPT Test in KL Decay Mode (E773 at Fermilab)	George Gollin (Illinois)

T violation test in K+ -> pi0mu+nu decay mode (E246 at KEK)	Jun Imazato (KEK)

Rare  K+ decay Experiment E787 at BNL	Akira Konaka (TRIUMF)

Most Recent Results in the LAMPF Experiment mu -> e gamma	Edward Hungerford (Houston)

          Reception at Sanjo Conference Hall

March 16 (Thu)

Theoretical Progress in K and B-Decays	Andrzej Buras (Tech. Univ. Munchen)

Baryon Asymmetry: Evidence of CP violation and Phase Transition  
in the Early Universe			Akio Sugamoto (Ochanomizu)

A Review of Hypernuclear Experiment at BNL	Robert Chrien (BNL)

Light Sigma-hypernuclei by in-flight K- Beam	Toru Harada (Sapporo Gakuin)

H-Dibaryon Search at BNL		Gregg Franklin (Carnegie-Mellon)

H-Dibaryon Search at KEK		Kenichi Imai (Kyoto)

Double Strangeness Nuclei		Kazuma Nakazawa (Gifu)

Production and decay of Xi-hypernuclei	Yasuo Yamamoto (Tsuru) 

(pi,K) Spectroscopy with SKS 		Tomofumi Nagae (INS)

(pi,K) Spectroscopy			Toshio Motoba (Osaka Elec.Com.)

Polarized Hypernuclei and Weak Decay 	Shuhei Ajimura (Osaka)

Life Time Measurement of Lambda Hypernuclei 	Hyoung Bhang (Seoul)

Lambda Hypernuclear Study with Toroidal Spectrometer 	Hirokazu Tamura (Tokyo)


March 17 (Fri)

Strong-interaction Shifts of Kaonic Hydrogen X-rays	TBA	

Radiative Muon Capture			Michael Hasinoff (UBC)

piA Scattering Experiment at SKS	TBA

High Energy piA Scattering		Masaki Arima (Osaka City)

Baryon Resonances in the Nuclear Medium	Mikkel Johnson (LANL)

 - Poster Session -
              Contribution Papers

Sigmap Scattering Experiment at KEK 	TBA

Nijmegen Model -recent theoretical developemnts-	Thomas Rijken (Nijmegen)

YN Scattering Lengths in QCD Sum Rules 			Osamu Morimatsu (INS)

A Quark Model Approach to YN Weak Decay Interaction	Makoto Oka (Tokyo Inst. Tech.)

          Banquet at 'Chinzan So ( ػ )'


March 18 (Sat)
Meson factory at Moscow INR		TBA

High Intensity Proton Accelerator Complex with the JHP LINAC	TBA

Physics at Fermilab Main Injector	Bruce Winstein (Chicago)

Physics at BNL Mini KAON		Laurence Littenberg (BNL)


Science with Antiprotons		Toshimitsu Yamazaki (INS)

Summary (nuclear physics)		Carl Dover (BNL) 

Summary (particle physics)		Stanley Wojcicki (Stanford)

13:30     Closing
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March 15 (Wed) - 16 (Thu)
	Industry Exhibition 'Frontier of Scintillator and Photosensor'
		- plastic scintillators
		- GSO, CWO, CsI(Tl), CsI(pure)
		- BaF2, CeF3, PbWO4, etc
		- scintillation fibers 
		- PIN diodes, strip detectors
		- new type photomultipliers
		- image intensifiers
		- avalanche photodiodes
	by Furukawa/Hitachi/Horiba/NKK/Oken/Saint-Gobain(Bicron et al.) and 
	Delft/Hamamatsu/Matsusada
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Selected contribution papers will be orally presented during March 16 (Thu) - 
18 (Sat).

3.  Contributed papers
   All contributed papers should be received by the conference 
secretary before December 10, 1994.  Manuscripts should be 
camera-ready and within a length of 2 pages. It should be type 
written and contained in an area of 23.5cm(L) x 16.0cm(W) 
including figures.  The organizing committee will select some of the 
contributed papers for oral presentations.  The others will be 
presented in a poster session scheduled for Friday, March 16.

4.  Proceedings
  The proceedings of the symposium, including both the invited 
talks and the contributions for oral or poster presentations, will be 
published.  A copy of the proceedings will be mailed to each 
registered participant.

5.  Registration
   Those who intend to participate in the symposium are requested 
to complete the registration form and to send it back to the 
conference secretary no later than December 10, 1994.  The 
registration fee is 15,000Yen, which should be paid in cash (Yen only) 
at the registration desk.  The fee covers a copy of the proceedings, a 
book of abstracts, the symposium banquet and drinks during coffee 
breaks.  The registration desk will be open at the "Tokyo Garden 
Palace" on Tuesday, March 14 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  During 
the conference hours the desk will be in the symposium secretariat 
on the second floor of the SANJO CONFERENCE HALL.  The final 
program and the abstract book will be distributed at the 
registration desk. 

6.  Accommodation
   We have booked a number of rooms at the "Tokyo Garden Palace", 
which is located within walking distance (15 min.) from the 
conference site.  Other hotels near the site with less expensive room 
charges are also available.   In addition, a limited number of rooms 
at the INS dormitory will be reserved for students, etc., although it 
will take about an hour to commute to the conference site.  Those 
who wish to make a room reservation should fill in the 
accommodation form and send it to the conference secretary no 
later than December 10, 1994.  Those rooms will be assigned to 
applicants in the order of applications received.

7.  Social events
   There will be a welcome reception on Wednesday, March 15 from 
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the first floor of the SANJO CONFERENCE 
HALL.  All participants and any accompanying persons are invited 
by the organizing committee.    Light meals and refreshments will 
be served.
   A buffet-style banquet will be held on Friday, March 17 from 
6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at "CHINZAN SO -Mansion on Camellia 
Mountain-", which is famous for its beautiful Japanese garden.  Bus 
transportation from the symposium site and back to the "Tokyo 
Garden Palace" will be arranged.  It is recommended to stroll 
around the garden before the banquet starts.  The banquet fee for 
accompanying persons is 5,000Yen/adult.

8.  Visas
   Although people from most countries do not need to have a visa 
to enter Japan, those from some countries are required to have a 
valid visa.  Please consult your travel agent to find out if you must 
have a visa.  Those who need any documents from us, please inform 
us immediately so that we can prepare them in time.

9.  Climate
   It will still be a few weeks before spring in Tokyo at the time of 
the symposium.  The temperature ranges from 4 to 13 Celsius on typical days.  

10.  Final circular
   The final circular will be mailed to those who have registered at 
the beginning of February, 1995.  It will include information on 
transportation, etc.

11.  Organization 
   Host Institution: Institute for Nuclear Study, University of Tokyo (INS)

Organizing Committee				       Scientific Secretaries
T. Yamazaki (INS), Symposium president		
Y. Akaishi (INS), J. Chiba (KEK)			K. Hata (INS)
T. Fukuda (INS), O. Hashimoto (INS)			T. Nagae (INS)
R.S.Hayano (Tokyo), K. Imai (Kyoto)			H. Outa (INS)
J. Imazato (KEK), T. Kishimoto (Osaka)			M. Sekimoto (INS)
T. Motoba (Osaka E-C.), S. Sugimoto (INS), chairman
T. Yamanaka (Osaka), K. Yazaki (Tokyo)

Supported by
	National Laboratory for High Energy Physics (KEK)
	Research Center for Nuclear Physics (RCNP-Osaka)
	The Ministry of Education, Culture and Science
	The Commemorative Association for the Japan World 
	Exposition (1970)
	Nishina Memorial Foundation
					
12.  Correspondence
   All correspondence concerning the conference should be directed 
to the symposium secretary:
  
Ms. Keiko HATA		Institute for Nuclear Study
			University of Tokyo
			3-2-1 Midori-cho, Tanashi, Tokyo 188, Japan
Phone	+81-424-69-9599	
Telefax	+81-424-62-0775
e-mail:INSVAX::INSYMP23 (DECnet)
		insymp23@ins.u-tokyo.ac.jp (internet)
		INSYMP23@JPNUTINS.BITNET (bitnet)
Cable  TANASHI TOKYO INSTOKUNIV



Pre-symposium
  A pre-symposium titled "Nuclear and Particle Physics with 
Primary Beams of GeV Region" will be held at KEK, Tsukuba, 60 km 
north of Tokyo on March 13 and 14, 1994.  For details, please 
contact to Dr. J. Chiba(e-mail address: chibaj@kekvax.kek.jp).


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REGISTRATION FORM

	23rd INS INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
		ON
	Nuclear and Particle Physics 
	with Meson Beams in the 1GeV/c Region
	March 15 - 18, 1995

Please complete and return this form to:

Ms.K.Hata                       	Phone:	 (+81)424-69-9599
Institute for Nuclear Study     	Telex:	 J34273INSUT
University of Tokyo             	Telefax: (+81)424-62-0775
3-2-1, Midori-cho               	DECNET:	 INSVAX::INSYMP23 
Tanashi, Tokyo 188, Japan       	Internet:insymp23@ins.u-tokyo.ac.jp
					BITNET:  INSYMP23@JPNUTINS.BITNET

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APPLICATION FORM FOR HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS  

	23rd INS INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
			ON
	Nuclear and Particle Physics 
	with Meson Beams in the 1GeV/c Region
	March 15 - 18, 1995

Please complete and return this form to:
Ms.K.Hata                       	Phone:	 (+81)424-69-9599
Institute for Nuclear Study     	Telex:	 J34273INSUT
University of Tokyo             	Telefax: (+81)424-62-0775
3-2-1, Midori-cho               	DECNET:	 INSVAX::INSYMP23 
Tanashi, Tokyo 188, Japan       	Internet:insymp23@ins.u-tokyo.ac.jp
					BITNET:  INSYMP23@JPNUTINS.BITNET
Deadline:  December 10, 1994 

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Hotel Accommodations *     
   - Please indicate your first choice & second choice of Hotel -

  Garden Palace:  Single([    ] 10,000, [    ] 11,000 yen/night)
                  Twin([    ] 19,000 yen/night)

  Other hotels    Single([    ] 8,000, [    ] 9,000, [    ] 9,500 yen/night)
                  Twin([   ] 14,000, [   ] 17,000, [  ]18,000 yen/night)
  Univ.Tokyo Dorm on the main campus	
    (only 6 single-rooms available for March 15-19):([   ] 4,200 yen/night)
    (only 1 twin-room available for March 15-19):([    ] 8,400 yen/night)
  INS Dorm    	  ([       ] 1,100 yen/night/person)
    (only 5 rooms available for March 13-19.  These rooms will be 
     shared by 10 persons.)    
			
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    in the rates.

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