Location: Seattle, WA, USA
INT program announcement – Astrophysical Transients
We are glad to announce the upcoming INT Program, “Astrophysical Transients: Multi-Messenger Probes of Nuclear Physics”, to take place at the Institute for Nuclear Theory in Seattle, July 11 to August 5, 2011.
The program will bring together nuclear physicists, astrophysicists, and observational astronomers to address current issues and identify new directions in the study of explosive and transient astrophysical phenomena. The program will emphasize study of astrophysical phenomena through their multi-messenger and multi-wavelength signals, and will bring together observations in the optical band, x-rays, gamma rays, gravitational waves, and neutrinos.
Lodging and per diem for participants will be covered by the INT. Due to space restrictions, attendance will be limited to about 20 participants during each week of the four-week program. More details about the program and an application form can be found at:
If you are interested in attending, please fill out the on-line registration form.
We hope to see you in Seattle!
Ed Brown – Michigan State University
Chris Fryer – Los Alamos National Laboratory
Bennett Link – Montana State University
Sanjay Reddy – Los Alamos National Laboratory
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