2nd Circular for the TeV Particle Astrophysics II International Workshop
Aug. 28-31, 2006, Madison, Wisconsin, USA
We are pleased to announce the 2nd circular for the TeV Particle Astrophysics II Workshop, which will be held at the Physics Department of the University of Wisconsin, Chamberlin Hall, Madison, Wisconsin, USA, Aug. 28-31, 2006.
The aim of the Workshop is to cover a variety of topics in Astroparticle Physics, focusing on the energy region of the TeV and above. We hope to enhance communication among scientists belonging to different fields of the Astroparticle Physics Community including Gamma and Neutrino Astronomy, Cosmic Ray studies, Dark Matter, TeV Particle Physics at colliders, Physics beyond the Standard Model, and Gravitational Wave Searches. The Workshop will give theorists and experimentalists an opportunity to work together and discuss the latest results in these fields.
Further information and the registration form can be found at the following website:
If you would like to attend the workshop,and have not yet registered, please do so as soon as possible. Note there is an early registration fee if you register and pay by June 15. This deadline has been extended. The early registration fee is $200 ($150 for students). The fee will be raised to $250 ($200 for students) for any registrations and payments made after June 15. The conference registration fee includes all open sessions, conference sponsored materials, refreshment breaks, conference proceedings, and the social dinner.
As we announced in the first circular, the Workshop is organized as follows:
- Plenary invited talks in the morning
- Working Groups in the afternoons
The finalized program for plenary talks and the schedule can be found at the following:
It is possible to register and ask for a talk or a poster in the WG sessions. Your request will be forwarded directly to the WG organizers if you submit it from the following:
Since they are in the process of finalizing the program of their sessions we highly suggest you submit your eventual requests very soon.
Proceedings will be published in the dedicated conference journal, Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS).
We hope you enjoy the Workshop!
- The LOC
- Francis Halzen
- Albrecht Karle
- Teresa Montaruli