July - December 1999
Organisers: VA Rubakov (Institute for Nuclear Research, Moscow), PJ Steinhardt (Princeton), NG Turok (Cambridge)
Newton Institute Conference
KEY TESTS FOR COSMOGENIC THEORIES
Organisers: NG Turok; MA Bucher; PJ Steinhardt
6 - 9 December 1999
This four day workshop, at the conclusion of the programme "Structure Formation in the Universe" at the Isaac Newton Institute, will consist of one keynote invited talk per day followed by a number of contributed talks on related topics. We also plan a number of focused discussions and we shall be seeking discussion leaders for each topic.
|Benjamin Moore (Durham)||"Crisis in CDM"|
|John March-Russell (CERN)||"Probing for Large Extra Dimensions"|
|J Richard Bond (CITA)||"Analysing the New CMB Data"|
|Neil Turok (Cambridge)||"The Future of Quantum Cosmology"|
Location and Costs: The conference will take place at the Newton Institute and accommodation for participants will be provided at Wolfson Court, adjacent to the Institute. The conference package costs £225, which includes registration fee, accommodation for five nights, and all meals from dinner on Sunday 5 December until breakfast on Friday 10 December. Financial support is available for UK participants only on application by the closing date given below. The conference will be restricted to about 80 participants.
Applications: Completed application forms should be sent to Maureen Clark at the Newton Institute. The closing date for the receipt of applications is 21 November 1999.
Abstracts for contributed talks should also be sent to Maureen Clark by 21 November 1999 .