The 14th Central European Seminar on Particle Physics and Quantum Field Theory, Nov 30 - Dec 01, 2018 will take place at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (Nov 30) and at the TU Wien (Dec 01), Austria.
The meeting is jointly organized by the Theoretical Physics Departments of the University of Vienna and TU Wien, as well as by the Institute of High Energy Physics of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and supported by the Faculty of Physics of the University of Vienna, the FWF doctoral school Particles and Interactions and the EU COST Network Connecting insights in fundamental physics.
The seminar series was created 2004 and is intended to provide stimulating interactions between leading researchers and promising junior physicists. A considerable number of junior scientists participate in these meetings, and we receive special grants for them covering the hotel and part of the local expenses (see below). We particularly invite junior participants, including advanced graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, and junior faculty to attend the meeting.
The conference fee is 50 EUR and is to be paid in cash at the registration desk.
* Details on the program will follow *
We invite applications from graduate students and post-doctoral fellows to submit applications for poster presentations. Successful applicants can receive financial support to participate; please indicate so when registering.
We receive special grants from the COST Network Connecting insights in fundamental physics and we particularly encourage applications from the networks’ member Inclusiveness Target Countries: Bosnia-Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Portugal, and Slovenia.
Local Organizing Committee
Anton Rebhan (chair, TU Wien)
Josef Pradler (Institute of High Energy Physics)
Eberhard Widmann (Stefan Meyer Institute)
Brigitte de Monte (secretary, Institute of High Energy Physics)
COST Steering Committee
Ilja Doršner (FESB)
Mikulas Gintner (Czech Technical University in Prague)
Jernej F. Kamenik (Jozef Stefan Institute)
Martti Raidal (NICPB)
Margarida Rebelo (Lisbon)