We plan to remain faithful to the format of the latest editions: a combination of school-like format and conference format, with 1-2 hours long invited lectures by senior scientists/professors and 20 minutes short student communications. It is aimed at graduate students, post-docs and young or established researchers. Students from all countries are invited to attend. A limited number of stipends to cover the local expenses for students will be available. The first week will concentrate on topics of exotic nuclei and nuclear astrophysics and astroparticles, while the second will address physics with small accelerators and news about the physics and advances at ELI-NP. The conference will be held in Sinaia, a year-round mountain resort in the heart of the Carpathians, about 130 km north of Bucharest, about 1.5 hours drive from the main international airport of Bucharest (OTP). During the school, we shall organize excursions and social events to give the participants the chance to know the Romanian landscape and culture. Sinaia is “the Pearl of the Carpathians”, a prime tourist attraction and near many first class natural and historical attractions of Romania: the Sinaia monastery and the Peles Castle (with its beautiful art collection or the open-air folklore exhibit and market). Dining and wining at restaurants with live Romanian and international music, to mountain climbing, are all available within walking distance. Visits to old Transylvanian cities, like Brasov, Sibiu and Sighisoara, or to the Bran castle (“Dracula’s castle”) and Poiana Brasov, are possible by car, bus or train.