12th Indian-Summer School
Relativistic Heavy-Ion Physics. Hot and Dense Matter.
Prague, Czech Republic
August 30 - September 3, 1999
Organized by
the Institute of Nuclear Physics, Rez/Prague
the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University, Prague

J.-P. BLAIZOT (Saclay):  Field theory at finite temperature with applications to the physics of hot and dense matter
H. LOEHNER (KVI Groningen):  Detectors and techniques used in experimental rel. HI physics
S.  SCHRAMM (GSI & Frankfurt):  Effective chiral models of nuclear matter and nuclei
Y. SCHUTZ (SUBATECH) :  Photon Physics at URHIC
J. P. WESSELS (Heidelberg):  Experimental studies of temperature in rel. HI collisions

Lectures and contributions to the proceedings can be downloaded.

Please, check the addresses of participants and email us if any information there is incorrect.

J.Adam, A. Kugler, J. Mares, V. Wagner (Rez)
J. Dolejsi (Prague)
M. Slapalova, A. Wagnerova

Program of the meeting can be found here .

The school takes place in the area of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University in Prague about 20 minutes off the city center. Participants will be accommodated in a student dormitory.
The school is just before the workshop TAPS99 .
How to get there.
Transport guide helps you to travel inside Prague.
Map of Prague subway and tram lines.

 Advanced registration accompanied by the registration fee of  130,- EUR  is required.
The  REGISTRATION FORM   must be returned by  30 July, 1999.
An additional charge of  20,- EUR (i.e., registration fee of 150,- EUR) will be required for all payments received after that date. The fee covers registration, proceedings, accommodation in the dormitory, breakfast +lunch, and coffee/tea. Please, notice that the fee was reduced since we will not provide you with dinner.
Registration will take place at the foyer of the student dormitory on Sunday, August 29, between 2 - 8 p.m.
Please, inform us about your arrival (time, flight/train number) since we would like to assist you with the transportation to the student dormitory.

The address of the dormitory :
Vysokoskolska kolej 17.listopadu
Patkova 3
180 00 Praha 8
Our phone numbers:
J. Mares  -  home:  (420-2) 401 64 89   office:  (420-2) 66 17 32 83
J. Dolejsi -  home:  (420-2) 80 35 66     office:  (420-2) 21 91 24 69
J. Adam  -  home:  (420-2) 20 94 15 68 office:  (420-2) 66 17 32 46

The written form of the lectures and selected oral presentations of students will be published in the
Czechoslovak Journal of Physics.
Students are invited to present contributions at the school.
Abstracts of contributions will be accepted until 31 May, 99.
Electronic submission (1 page in Latex) is strongly recommended.
Contributions will be selected for oral or for poster presentation.

Institute of Nuclear Physics AV CR
250 68 Rez/Prague, Czech Republic
Phone: (420-2) 6617 3283    Fax: (420-2) 2094 1130   Email: mares@ujf.cas.cz

Indian-Summer School
RHIP'97, RHIP'96
March , 1999.