2-6 February 2009
Europe/Zurich timezone
We invite theorists interested in Dark Matter and related Early Universe Cosmology to take part in a one-week programme. Our aim is to bring together physicists with common scientific interests for discussions and collaborations. There will be no intense programme of talks, like at conferences or workshops. Rather, every day we will hold an informal presentation on a selected topic which will be led by one or more experts in the field, and will be meant as an occasion for an extended discussion. Young participants are especially welcome. Similar programmes have already been held at DESY in February 2008 (http://www.desy.de/~covil/entapp-vp08.html), at CERN in March 2007 (http://ph-dep-th.web.cern.ch/ph-dep-th/content2/workshops/DM07/) and January/February 2005 (http://cern.ch/ph-dep-th/content2/workshops/entapp/welcome.html) and at SISSA in October 2005 (http://www.sissa.it/he/mainpage/ap/geninfo.html) List of topics: Direct dark matter searches Dark matter at colliders Halo models and indirect detection Non standard Supersymmetric dark matter (gravitino, sneutrino, axino) Non supersymmetric Wimps List of discussion leaders: L. Strigari C. Frenk G. Gelmini M. Schubnell P. Salati A. Strong I. Moskalenko L. Baudis T. Schwetz-Mangold G. Belanger R. Trotta H. Baer
TH Theory Conference Room
There will be no registration fee. Some amount of funding will be available. Financial support is based on CERN regulations. This means we can offer a perdiem which amounts to around 140 CHF/day, but we cannot reimburse travel expenses. Some rooms will be blocked at the CERN Hostel. If you want to stay there, mention it when you register. PRACTICAL INFORMATION: When you arrive at CERN – during working hours, you have to go to the Reception (building 33), entrance A, announce yourself as a participant of the ENTAPp DarkMatter 09 workshop and you will get your access card; – If you have a room booked at the CERN Hostel, and you arrive out of the working hours, please go to the main entrance B, building 120 and ask the guard for your hostel key. Next day you'll have to go the Reception building to get your access card. How to reach CERN From Geneva-Cornavin Central Railway Station: Tram 16 direction Avanchet until last stop, then Bus 56 direction CERN Tram 14 direction Avanchet until last stop, then Bus 56 direction CERN Bus 29 direction Gare Zimeysa until the stop Hôpital de la Tour, then Bus 56 direction CERN From Geneva-Cointrin Airport - Airport Railway Station: Bus 28 direction Hôpital de la Tour until last stop, then Bus 56 direction CERN TICKETS “TOUT GENEVE” cost 3chf and are valid for 60 min. Tickets can be purchased from automatic machines at the bus stops. Notice that only coins are accepted by the machines, no Credit Cards. MORE INFO CAN BE FOUND ON THE WEB-PAGE: http://www.tpg.ch Useful information about CERN The Secretariat of the Theory Unit is located at the second floor of bldg 4, office 4 2-004. CERN cafeteria: Restaurant 1 in bldg 500 is open from 7:30 to 24:00 during the week, and from 7:00 to 23:00 on week-ends In the evenings, hot meals are served from 18:00 to 21:30 during the week and from 18:00 to 20:00 on week-ends Both Euros and Swiss Francs are accepted, but change is given only in Swiss Francs Other services: UBS Bank in bldg 500 is open from 8:30 to 16:30 The Post Office in bldg 500 is open from 9:00 to 16:00 The travel agency WAGONLITS in bldg 500 is open from 8:30 to 16:30 Laptop Registration Before your arrival at CERN: Follow the instructions at: http://cern.ch/registerVisitorComputer. As contact person at CERN put: Name: Gianolio (or Perrin) First Name: Elena (or Anne-Marie) CERN Department: PH CERN Group: AGS If you are already in CERN: Turn on your computer and connect to the wireless network CERN that is available in most of our buildings, including the cafeteria, the library and the hostels. Make sure that DHCP has been enabled on your computer. Open a WEB browser (Mozilla on UNIX and Firefox or Safari on WINDOWS and MAC OS X systems) to any URL destination. You will be automatically redirected to the registration page. Select “I do not have a CERN account” and fill the request form. As contact person at CERN put: Gianolio Elena PH AGS Note that in order to use both ethernet and wireless connections you must register both hardware (MAC) addresses. How to print from your laptop From Windows Follow the instructions at http://cern.ch/WinServices/Help/?kbid=070107#visitor Login name: print Password Guest@CERN From Linux Follow the instructions at http://cern.ch/linux/documentation/printing.shtml From Mac OS X Select “add LPD Printer” from “Print & Fax” in System Preferences As “Address” enter name_of_the_printer.print.cern.ch (e.g., for the printer 4-thcom in the TH common room enter 4-thcom.print.cern.ch). As “Queue” put just the name_of_the_printer (e.g. 4-thcom) (<--- compulsory) 4-thcom is a HP Laser Jet 4300 printer and is located in the TH common room just opposite the TH Secretariat More information can be found at the Theory web page: http://ph-dep-th.web.cern.ch/ph-dep-th/?site=content/computing.html
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