May 20 - 21, 2022

- Computational Quantum Mechanics
- Cold-atom physics
- Computational Quantum Mechanics for Nuclear Physics
- Condensed Matter physics
- Foundation of Quantum Mechanics
- General Relativity Theory, Cosmology and Astrophysics
- Group Theory
- High Energy Physics
- Lie algebras
- Mathematical Physics
- Monte Carlo simulation methods
- Nucear Physics
- Phase transitions
- Physical implementations of quantum information processing
- Quantum communications
- Quantum Information and Quantum Mechanics of Measurements and Open Systems
- Quantum information theory
- Quantum optics
- Quantum Theory including Quantum Information (Quantum Computers, Quantum Cryptography, Teleportation of Quantum States)
- Quantum tomography of states and quantum devices
- Statistical Mechanics
- Nuclear Physics
- Accelerator Technology Main Systems
- Applications of Accelerators
- Applied nuclear physics in medicine and industry
- Beam Dynamics and Electromagnetic Fields
- Beyond Nuclear Physics
- Circular Colliders
- Collective Modes
- Collective processes in atomic nuclei
- Computing Atomic Nuclei: Frontiers of Nuclear Structure Theory
- Experimental study of nuclear properties and fundamental interactions
- Experimental study of nuclear reactions
- Experimental technique and its applications
- Hadron Accelerators
- Hadron Structure
- Hadrons in Nuclei
- Hot and Dense QCD
- Instrumentation, Controls, Feedback & Operational Aspects
- Investigations with radioactive nuclear beams
- Linear Colliders, Lepton Accelerators and New Acceleration Techniques
- Neutrino Physics
- Neutron and reactor physics, nuclear data
- Neutron-rich Nuclei
- New Facilities and Instrumentations
- Nuclear Application and Interdisciplinary Researches
- Nuclear Astrophysics
- Nuclear Physics and Atomic Energy
- Nuclear Reactions and Spectroscopy with Novel Techniques
- Nuclear structure and decay processes
- Proton-rich Nuclei
- Rare nuclear processes
- Standard Model and Beyond
- Structure of Light Nuclei and Astrophysics
- Superheavy Nuclei
- Symmetries in Nuclei - Guidelines for Experiment and Theory
- Synchrotron Light Sources and FELs
- Theory of atomic nucleus and fundamental interactions