7-11 August 2017
Columbus, Ohio, USA
US/Eastern timezone

About OSU and CCAPP

About The Ohio State University

 

The Ohio State University (OSU), founded in 1870, is one of the largest universities in the US, with almost 60,000 students. 

OSU is a leader in research in science and humanities, and has a strong presence in the arts. Explore the different facets of OSU here.

 

About the Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics

 

The host of TeVPA is the OSU Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics (CCAPP), which connects the Department of Physics and the Department of Astronomy, and includes about 30 faculty, 15 postdocs, and 30 graduate students. We have broad efforts in astroparticle physics, including high-energy astrophysics of cosmic rays, gamma rays, and neutrinos; dark matter; collider physics; and connections to astronomical topics. These efforts include theory, IceCube, ANITA, ARA, Auger, ASAS-SN, and more.