We cordially invite you to participate in the XXIInd Indian-Summer School and SPHERE School on Strangeness Nuclear Physics (SNP2010), held September 7-11, 2010 in Rez/Prague, Czech Republic. The school will consist of invited lectures given by distinguished physicists. There will be also sessions devoted to student presentations.

The Indian-Summer School has been organized by Nuclear Physics Institute ASCR in Rez near Prague regularly every year since 1988. It offers students and young physicists an opportunity to learn about contemporary theoretical and experimental results as well as about future prospects in nuclear and subnuclear physics.
This year, the School is organized together with the SPHERE Network.

SPHERE (Strange Particles in Hadronic Environment Research in Europe) coordinates studies of hypernuclei at FINUDA@DAPHNE, KAOS@MAMI, HYPHI@GSI and PANDA@FAIR. The Network supports the exchange of new ideas and technologies and tightens the relations among the various experimental and theoretical research groups in Europe.

The topics of the SNP2010 School cover:

The School will be preceded by the SPHERE & JSPS Meeting 2010, which will take place September 4-6, 2010, in Villa Lanna, Prague.