Dear colleagues,

Thank you very much for your acceptance to participate in the Twenty Ninth International Workshop on Nuclear Theory IWNT29-2010. On the web page of the Workshop you can see the list of colleagues who already confirmed their participation. We are expecting the few unsent abstracts of your talks till 15-th of May in order to collect them in a booklet and to organize the programme. Abstracts received after that date can not be included in the booklet.

Please find below the most important information about the Workshop:

Rila Mountain is located about 70 km south from Sofia. It is the highest massif on the Balkan Peninsula (Mt. Mussala 2925 m), a national park with preserved nature.

The Workshop will take place in a two-star hotel in the Maljoviza region of the Rila Mountain. Address:
Hotel "Divite Petli", 2020 Govedartzi, Sofia region, Bulgaria
Internet connection in the hotel is available.

The altitude in the Maljoviza region is about 1700 m above sea level. In June one should expect mild and sunny days and cool nights. Unfortunately rain is not excluded.

Formal letters of invitation to help with visa applications will be sent upon request to the Organizing Committee at

We will be glad to assist you to organize your visit to Bulgaria. If you inform us about your arrival, we will meet you at the Sofia airport. If you arrive earlier or depart later than the days of travel to the conference cite, please, let us know. We could help you with hotel reservation in Sofia if you need one. Transportation by bus from Sofia to Maljoviza is scheduled at 18h on Sunday, 20 June from the parking lot in front of the Pliska Hotel - Sofia, "Tsarigradsko shausse" Blvd. 87. Return trip to Sofia will be organized on Saturday morning, 26 June, starting at 9.30 a.m. from Hotel "Divite Petli".

A workshop fee of 380EUR (250EUR for students and accompanying persons), which includes return trip from Sofia to the hotel, accommodation, 6 days full board, social program and proceedings, should be paid cash in EUR upon registration.

Scientific program
Sessions and discussions will be held mornings and afternoons from Monday 21 June, through Friday 25 June, excluding Thursday 24 June. We plan longer talks 45 min (including discussion) and shorter talks 25 min (including discussion). Small corrections in the above lengths are possible in dependence on the overall loading of the programme. The conference room is equipped with a beamer and an overhead projector.

The Proceedings of the workshop will be published by the end of the year and we will be expecting your contributions not later than the end of September 2010. Instructions for their preparation and submission will be given after the Workshop.

Social program
An excursion to some historical or cultural Bulgarian site and a hiking tour are planned for Thursday, 24 June. We will be pleased to include your accompanying person(s) in our social program.

Important dates

  • deadline for including abstracts in the booklet: 15 May
  • arrival day: 20 June (Sunday)
  • opening: 21 June (Monday)
  • closing/departure: 26 June (Saturday)
  • deadline for receiving contribution papers: 30 September 2010

Workshop's web page:

E-mail address for correspondence:

We are looking forward to meeting you in Sofia.

Prof. A. I. Georgieva, Chairperson of the Organizing Committee

Assoc. Prof. N. Minkov, Scientific secretary