Mar 7 – 8, 2024
US/Pacific timezone

This meeting will provide an overview of the status and future of flavor physics as well as some retrospectives. In addition, the meeting will have overviews of enabling accelerator and detector technologies. The Syposium will be held in person at SLAC and lifestreamed via zoom. 

Kavli Auditorium

If you are coming to the BaBar 30th Anniversary Symposium dinner, the cost is $35/person and must be paid online in advance at:

BaBar Symposium Dinner Payment


Attend In Person:


Registration is required if you plan to attend  in person; attendees will be verified at the security gate, please have valid  ID available. The deadline to register is Wednesday, March  6, 2024.  


The Symposium will be held in person at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, in the Kavli Auditorium in the Kavli Building (B51). Parking is free and can be found in front of the Science and User Support Building (B53) and across the street from Kavli. In order for SLAC to provide a safe environment for the public and our employees, and expedite access to the event, no handbags larger than 12"x6"x12" or backpacks will be allowed inside the venue. Exceptions to this policy will be made for all medically necessary items after proper inspection and for SLAC-badged staff.


To join the public lecture in person, you are required to follow all protocols and instructions from SLAC staff. We will provide updates to this event page if there are any changes to SLAC’s COVID-19 safety protocols.


COVID-19 safety protocols:

SLAC’s current COVID-19 safety protocols for visitors attending an on site event include 1) wearing of a mask is optional but recommended, in case of high COVID levels participants will be required to wear a mask 2) social distance when possible 3) if you are feeling sick, please stay home. By entering SLAC, you attest that you are not experiencing any COVID-19, flu, or cold-like symptoms. If you are sneezing, coughing, have a fever, or are experiencing any other such symptoms, stay at home and do not attend in person; consider attending online instead. This is for the safety of our staff and visitors.