devoted to recent developments in cosmology and particle astrophysics
The Symposium will include a workshop exploring common interests of high-energy physics and astrophysics and possible areas of interagency cooperation.
A limited number of contributed papers for parallel sessions will be presented. If you are interested in presenting a paper, instructions can be found here: Parallel Sessions
NEW! A poster session will be held the first two days of the Symposium. If you are interested in presenting a poster, instructions can be found here: Poster Session
A number of short (10 to 15 minute) contributions for the plenary session New Ideas for Particle Astrophysics Missions will be presented. If you have an idea for a new experiment in particle astrophysics (beyond those currently on the table), and want to make a presentation, here's your chance: New Ideas for Particle Astrophysics Missions.
The NRC Panel on Particle & Nuclear Astrophysics and Gravitational Waves will be holding open meetings during and after the Symposium. This is one of eight panels providing input for the Astronomy & Astrophysics Survey Committee, which is preparing its report on science and mission priorities for the next decade. The tentative schedule of open meetings of the panel can be found here
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