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2020 AstroParticle Symposium
Olivier Deligny ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) and François Brun ( email@example.com )
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Main Scientific Organisers: Olivier Deligny ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) and François Brun ( email@example.com )
About this program
A long-term workshop on experimental Astroparticle Physics will be held at Institut Pascal in Orsay. This workshop is a continuation of the Paris-Saclay AstroParticle Symposium of 2019 on theoretical Astroparticle Physics.
The aim is to gather specialists of the field (around 30 per week) on the topics of High-Energy Astroparticle Physics including high-energy cosmic rays, gammas, neutrinos and gravitational waves with special emphasis on multi-wave length and multi-messenger studies. The workshop includes working sessions every day (only one informal discussion per day, and on Friday, a «conference» format day with speakers). We intend to invite confirmed researchers accompanied by their students and/or postdocs to make working conditions as enticing as possible. The aim is to initiate-continue-finalize research projects in an inspiring environment.