The next Asia-Pacific conference on few-body problems in physics (APFB2020) will be held at KANAZAWA BUNKA HALL, Kanazawa, Japan, from 1 to 5 March 2021. This will be the 8th edition of this conference series which has previously taken place in Tokyo (1999), Shanghai (2002), Thailand (2005), Indonesia (2008), Seoul (2011), Adelaide (2014), and Guilin (2017).


The venue of this conference will be KANAZAWA BUNKA HALL (google map) in the center of Kanazawa city, Ishikawa prefecture.

Important dates

    • Conference dates (postponed !!): March 1 – 5, 2021
    • Registration (re-opened):
      January 16 – February 20, 2021 (for on-site participants)
      January 16 – February 25, 2021 (for online participants)
    • Abstract submission  : Closed

NOTE!! (2021/1/5)

Happy new year.  LOC member of APFB2020 decided to conduct the conference APFB2020 in a hybrid of onsite and online participation, with onsite participation limited to those residing in Japan.  New registration through the RCNP Indico page is required for all conference participants.  Please see “Registration” page for details.

NOTE (2020/5/17)

Due to the coronavirus epidemic (COVID-19), LOC member of APFB2020 decided to postpone the conference APFB2020.  New dates are 1 to 5 March 2021

Conference topics

    1. Few-body aspects of nuclear physics and nuclear astrophysics
      Light nuclei, multi-neutron systems, alpha-cluster, neutron/proton-rich nuclei, related topics of nuclear structure and reactions, nuclear astrophysics, etc…
    2. Few-nucleon systems, and their interactions
      Few-nucleon systems, nuclear forces and currents including QCD inspired approaches, etc..
    3. Hypernuclear physics including exotic nuclei
      Hypernuclei, strange and exotic systems, few-hadron systems and their interactions, etc…
    4. Hadron spectroscopy and structure
      Exotic hadrons, quark and gluon structure of hadron, Lattice QCD, protonradius puzzle, etc…
    5. Few-body aspects of atom, molecular systems and cold atoms
      Ultracold atoms, Efimov physics, universality, dynamics of atomic and molecular systems, etc…
    6. Interdisciplinary aspects of few-body physics and techniques
      Symmetry and symmetry breaking, nuclear data science, nuclear transmutation studies, computational methods, etc…
    7. Related topics for few-body systems

Contact address

Email : apfb2020[at]phys.kyushu-u.ac.jp