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International Workshop on Breakdown Science and High Gradient Technology (HG2012 is an ICFA mini-workshop)
Kenkyuhonkan 1F Kobayashi Hall (KEK Tsukuba)
Kenkyuhonkan 1F Kobayashi Hall
Dear Workshop Attendee
I hope everybody enjoyed the workshop discussions at KEK last week.
The workshop photo is now available at "Photos"
In a concluding remark, I asked you as a chairman of the workshop that
All the presenters, in oral and poster, are requested to send me a few sentences describing your perspective on your study in near future based on the discussions in the workshop.
We also welcome your comment even though you have not presented in a formal manner.
Please send your thought in a brief manner so that I compile those as one of the outcome of the workshop. The e-mail address is
Thank you again for contributing to the workshop to make it very successful and we hope this series of workshop will be expanded more,
Toshi Higo (KEK) as a workshop chair