Information Bulletin No.2

Second Bulletin

    The 7th International Symposium on Radiative Corrections
     "Application of Quantum Field Theory to Phenomenology"
                --- RADCOR2005 ---

The 7th International Symposium on Radiative Corrections
(RADCOR2005) will be held from 3(Monday) to 7(Friday) of October,
2005 at Shonan Village (Kanagawa), Japan.
RADCOR2005 is the seventh symposium of the series and the first 
to be held in Asia, co-hosted by High Energy Accelerator Research 
Organization (KEK) and the Graduate University for Advanced Studies 

The main theme of this symposium can be found on the symposium webpage:

Tentative Schedule
The following is a tentative schedule of the Symposium.

October   Morning             Afternoon               Evening
2 (Sun.)                             Registration and Reception
3 (Mon.)  Scientific Program  Scientific Program      Scientific Program
4 (Tue.)  Scientific Program  Scientific Program      Scientific Program
5 (Wed.)  Scientific Program  Excursion
6 (Thu.)  Scientific Program  Scientific Program      Banquet
7 (Fri.)  Scientific Program  Scientific Program

We plan to make a half day tour to an old capital of Japan, Kamakura.

Talk proposal and Participation
Talk proposals should be submitted through the RADCOR05 webpage.
Attendance will be limited to about 100 participants.
The participants are expected to obtain their own financial
support for travel etc.

Registration and Hotel reservation
All participants are requested to register via the RADCOR05 webpage.
The early registration fee of 20,000JPY applies for the participants
who register by June 30 (Thur.) and it is 25,000JPY afterwards.
The Banquet tickets for accompanying persons are available 

We booked rooms at the Shonan Village Center.
Special conference rates are set 14,500JPY for a single room (type 1)
and 12,800JPY for double occupation in a twin room (type 2).
The daily rate covers lodging, breakfast, lunch, dinner and conference 

Payment should be made by credit card for foreign participants and by 
bank transfer for domestic participants. 
We do not accept payment upon arrival.

The payment and hotel reservation form is not ready yet,
but it will be available from the webpage in about two weeks from now.

Refund of the registration and hotel fee will be made for cancellation 
received by August 31 (Wen.) with less nominal handling charge. 

Those participants who need visa should apply to Japanese consulate 
in advance of your departure.
If you need any official letters or other help to obtain a visa,
please let us know as soon as possible.

Site of Symposium
Shonan Village is located almost in the center of Miura Peninsula, Kanagawa,
with its scenic views of Mt. Fuji.  An old capital of Japan, Kamakura, is
next to Shonan Village. It takes about 90 min. from Tokyo.
For more details, you can visit the website:

Scientific Program
The scientific program will be posted on the webpage in due course of time.

International Advisory Board
G. Altarelli (CERN)          J. Bluemlein (DESY)
S. Brodsky   (SLAC)          A. Buras     (Munich) 
S. Catani    (INFN Firenze)  S. Dawson    (BNL) 
K. Ellis     (FNAL)          H. Haber     (Santa Cruz) 
W. Hollik    (MPI Munich)    S. Jadach    (INP Cracow)
M. Kobayashi (KEK)           J.H. Kuehn   (Karlsruhe) 
T. Riemann   (DESY)          Y. Shimizu   (Sokendai)
J. Sola      (Barcelona)     G. Sterman   (SUNY)
W.J. Stirling(Durham)        H. Sugawara  (Sokendai)
B.F.L. Ward  (Baylor)        P. Zerwas    (DESY)      

Local Organizing Committee
J. Fujimoto  (KEK)           T. Ishikawa  (KEK)
H. Kawamura  (RIKEN)         J. Kodaira   (KEK)
Y. Okada     (KEK)           T. Uematsu   (Kyoto)
T. Yukawa    (Sokendai)

For correspondence and information:

Jiro Kodaira (Symposium Chairperson)
Theory Group
Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0801, Japan
(Department of Physics
 Hiroshima University, Higashi-Hiroshima 739-8526, Japan)

Phone: +81-29-864-5407
Fax:   +81-29-864-5755