12-14 December 2010
University of Michigan
America/Detroit timezone

Conference on LHC First Data

The LHC has begun to probe a new energy frontier.  With a year of LHC data in hand, this symposium will provide an opportunity to discuss and perhaps speculate about what we have learned.  There will be a chance not only to assess the detector performance, but also to consider early physics results.  We expect broad participation from both the theoretical and experimental communities.


Web Lectures of Conference Talks
Starts
Ends
America/Detroit
University of Michigan
BSRB Auditorium
University of Michigan Central Campus Medical School Biomedical Science Research Building Kahn Auditorium 109 Zina Pitcher Place Ann Arbor, MI 48109
International Organizing Committee:
Fabiola Gianotti CERN
Al Goshaw Duke University, US
Dan Green Fermilab, US
Nick Hadley University of Maryland, US
Gregor Herten University of Freiburg, Germany
Joe Lykken Fermilab, US
Michelangelo Mangano CERN
Lisa Randall Harvard University, US
Guido Tonelli University of Pisa, Italy
Liantao Wang Princeton University, US
Bryan Webber University of Cambridge, England
Zhengguo Zhao The University of Science & Technology of China

Local Organizing Committee:
Gordon Kane
Homer Neal
Aaron Pierce
Jianming Qian
Rudolf Thun
James Wells
Bing Zhou (Chair)
Your browser is out of date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now

×