The aim of the DANF conference was to present and discuss new theoretical and experimental results in the field of nuclear
fission dynamics. The conference program was designed to cover a wide range of physical phenomena including spontaneous and
induced fission at low and intermediate energies and fragmentation of hot nuclei. Among the topics discussed at the conference
were: the development of various theories, experiments on the synthesis of superheavy elements, fusion-fission processes and
the decay of complex nuclear systems, binary and ternary fission, nuclear structure of neutron-rich nuclei and the peculiarities
of exotic nuclear reactions. Attention was also paid to the recent progress in developing radioactive ion beam facilities.
The development of new methods was also on the conference agenda.