XXXVII International Meeting on Fundamental Physics
2009, Feb 08 -- Feb 13
The XXXVII International Meeting on Fundamental Physics will be held in Benasque, Huesca (Aragonese Pyrenees, Spain) on February 9th to 13th, 2009.
Benasque is a beautiful mountain village located 1140 m above sea level, in a valley in the heart of the Pyrenees, about 140 km north of the city of Zaragoza. The beautiful landscapes and the proximity to large ski resorts make Benasque one of the main tourist sites in the region.
The International Meeting on Fundamental Physics has been organized since 1973 by the Spanish high energy physics groups. The 2009 edition will focus on the latest results from collider, neutrino, astroparticle and cosmic ray experiments. A dedicated session will be devoted to review the status of the LHC and its associated experiments. Time will be allocated to present future plans at the major laboratories.
Registration closed on 09/Jan/08. The status of your registration and accomodation can be consulted anytime through the link on the right hand side column.
The final program of the conference is available under this link:
Final bulletin is available here
This event has received financial support from the following institutions:
MICINN, CIEMAT, CPAN, Centro de Ciencias de Benaque Pedro Pascual.
Poster photograph acknowledgement: A. Sahún, Retratería, Benasque.