TeV Particle Astrophysics
13-15 July 2005. Fermilab, Batavia, IL




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Gianfranco Bertone
July 28, 2005 5:32pm



In the last few years, ground-based telescopes like CANGAROO, HESS, MAGIC, MILAGRO and VERITAS have provided observations of Gamma-Rays at the TeV scale with unprecented sensitivity and accuracy. In less than two years, the Gamma-Ray telescope GLAST will be launched, while experiments like Antares and IceCube will soon start to search for Neutrinos at similar and higher energies. As the LHC will soon explore particle physics at the TeV scale, it is timely to focus on the interplay between astrophysical observations and fundamental physics at the TeV scale. The workshop aims to understand what we can learn from the latest observational results about astrophysical sources, the nature of Dark Matter and the origin of Cosmic Rays.  Particular emphasis will be given to the latest observational results and theoretical work in Astroparticle Physics.

* First scientific results of Auger will be presented on July 15th! *

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1st Announcement

POSTER of the Workshop (pdf and jpg)


Scientific Contact:  bertone .at. fnal.gov
Administrative Contact: 
ephillip .at. fnal.gov