19 April 2011
University of Cambridge
Europe/London timezone
A focussed one-day meeting for experimentalists and theorists. The latest, most interesting data from LHC and Tevatron experiments will be reviewed. Recent developments in collider phenomenology will also be included. Centre for Mathematical Sciences, Wilberforce Road, University of Cambridge, CB3 0WA, United Kingdom

Registration is now closed and the meeting is full, although unregistered local participants are more than welcome to come (but will not be eligible for lunch).

To find us: take a taxi from the train station - the walk is quite long (best part of an hour). You can come into CMS by walking through the gatehouse behind the Newton Institute.
Entry to to the core (A on the map) is then possible through the main door by reception. MR 5 is down the steps, but we will be having coffee at ground level until 11:30 - on your right as you enter the core, in front of pavilion D. If in doubt, please ask at reception.
If you run into any trouble and need advice, please call Amanda Stagg (the HEP secretary) 01223 337873.
University of Cambridge
MR 5
DAMTP, CMS, Wilberforce Road, University of Cambridge, CB3 0WA, United Kingdom
We regret that we cannot offer expenses to participants, although coffee and lunch will be provided. We thank the IPPP for helping to fund the conference.