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The British University in Egypt, El-Shurok city, Egypt.
In the context of "High Energy and Gravity Days", which will be organized by the Centre for Theoretical Physics (CTP) and held at the British University in Egypt (BUE) (http://www.bue.edu.eg/) from 23 to 26 of April 2018, we organize the Gravity Colloquium and High Energy Day.
For registration please send an email to email@example.com, at which you tell briefly your latest degree you received, fields of research and prospective scientific plan.
No registration fee is required.
For High Energy Physics Day (26/4/2018); a bus from BUE will pick you from Abbasia square (in front of the Abbasia underground station) at 8:30 am.
Events during the workshop
Monday, 23 April: Gravity Day "public talks", place (Auditorium, Building C)
Tuesday, 24 April: Gravity Colloquium, place (HPCL, Building A)
Wednesday, 25 April: Day off (public Holiday)
Thursday, 26 April: High Energy Physics Day, place (Building C)
For the transportation for the first day 23 April; please click on the PDF file below.