74 days until the conference

Important dates

1 February 2014
Start of registration

15 February 2014
Abstract submission open

6 April 2014
Abstract submission closed

22 April 2014 !!!
Early bird reg. fee payment
Conference program announced

30 June 2014
Regular reg. fee payment

7 July 2014
Start of conference


10 April 2014
Early bird registration
extended to 22 April

4 April 2014
Confirmed invited
speakers announced

1 April 2014
Abstract submision
deadline extended
to 6 April

10 March 2014
Social events & optional
tours menu launched

4 March 2014
information launched

3 March 2014
Information on the
"Classical Novae in
the Cosmos" workshop

26 February 2014
Information on the
organised transfer


Nuclei in the Cosmos is the foremost bi-annual conference of nuclear physicists, astrophysicists, cosmochemists, and others to survey the recent achievements in Nuclear Astrophysics.

As an interdisciplinary meeting it promotes mutual understanding and collaboration over fields fundamental to solve a range of open questions, from the origin of the elements to stellar evolution.

Inherent part of the conference is a school devoted to students and young scientists where prominent scientists introduce the field of nuclear astrophysics to the participants.

Conference Topics, among others:

  • Cosmology and big bang nucleosynthesis
  • Element production, stellar evolution and stellar explosions
  • Evidences of nucleosynthesis in stars and in presolar grains
  • Experiments in nuclear astrophysics
  • Nuclei far from stability
  • Nuclear theory in astrophysics
  • New facilities

Previous editions of Nuclei in the Cosmos:



First circular (PDF format)

Our Sponsors

ATOMKI European Physical
High Voltage
Europa B.V.

MVM Paks Nuclear Power Plant NAVI USZT
MVM Paks
Nuclear Power Plant
Uj Szechenyi terv

To secure IUPAP sponsorship, the organisers have provided assurance that NIC-XIII will be conducted in accordance with IUPAP principles as stated in the IUPAP resolution passed by the General Assembly in 2008. In particular, no bona fide scientist will be excluded from participation on the grounds of national origin, nationality, or political considerations unrelated to science.