14-16 March 2013
Duke University
US/Eastern timezone

First Bulletin

Dear Colleagues-

We are happy to invite you to SCET2013, the Xth annual workshop on Soft Collinear Effective Theory, to be held at Duke University, Durham, NC, from March 14-16, 2013. The conference webpage is

http://indico.cern.ch/event/SCET2013

The goal of the workshop is to bring together researchers interested in SCET and related field theory methods (e.g., perturbative QCD) to discuss the latest developments in the field. 

Registration for the conference is now open. Please register for the conference at the Registration link on the conference webpage. If you wish to give a talk, please submit an abstract, at the Abstract link on the conference webpage.

Please register early. Since we wish to keep the atmosphere informal and leave plenty of room for discussion, the workshop enrollment is limited to 60 participants.

Some important information that may be useful:

  • The conference will be held at the French Family Science Center, beginning at 9 am Thursday, March 14, and ending in the afternoon on Saturday, March 16.
  • There will be an informal welcome reception at the French Family Science Center for arriving participants from 6-10 pm, Wednesday, March 13. There will also be a conference dinner at  the Doris Duke Center on the evening of Friday, March 15.
  • There will be a $70 conference registration fee, and an additional $30 fee for those wishing to attend the conference dinner. This fee will be collected upon arrival or, if you wish, you can send a check to: Dept. of Physics, c/o SCET2013, BOX 90305, Duke University, Durham, NC, 27708.
  • Information on travelling to Duke and recommended hotels can be found at the Lodging and Travel link on the conference webpage.  
Please feel free to forward this email to anyone who may be interested in this workshop.

Look forward to seeing you at SCET2013!

Cheers,
Tom Mehen
Jared Vanasse
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