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2017 International Conference on the Structure and the Interactions of the Photon, including the 22th International Workshop on Photon-Photon Collisions, and the International Workshop on High Energy Photon Colliders
The International Conference PHOTON 2017 will be held at CERN, Geneva from 22th to 26th May, 2017. This conference is part of the series initiated in 1973 in Paris, as an International Colloquium on Photon-Photon Collisions at Electron-Positron Storage Rings. The latest Photon conferences took place in Novosibirsk (2015), Paris (2013), Spa (2011), Hamburg (2009), Paris (2007), Warsaw (2005), Frascati (2003), Ascona (2001), Freiburg (2000), Ambleside (1999), and Egmond aan Zee (1997).
The topics of the conference include photon-photon and photon-hadron collisions as well as final-state photon production at current and future hadronic and lepton colliders. In addition, high-energy astrophysics gamma-rays, and photon-related searches of new physics (axions, dark/hidden photons,...) will be also discussed.