13th SAC Seminar "New Perspectives of High Energy Physics", Novosibirsk, 01-05 September 2010
The Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) of the International Science & Technology Center (ISTC) jointly with the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) and with the assistance of the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (Novosibirsk) are organizing the 13th SAC seminar "New Perspectives of High Energy Physics", in Novosibirsk, Russian Federation, on 01 – 05 September 2010.
The seminar will report on the latest achievements and challenges in High Energy Physics and aims to identify future developments in this field as well as possible technology transfers to other areas such as medicine and informatics. A special session will focus on the role and contribution of young scientists into high energy physics research. Past and future cooperation between CERN and Russian/CIS institutes will be an important subject on the agenda.
2nd call for papers - Download
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Attention to the CERN participants - Facilitation getting the Russian visa:
After getting an invitation from ISTC the participant of the seminar should contact Ms. Marina Savino: E-mail: Marina.Savino@cern.ch
Main topics of the seminar:
The overall framework
Particle physics overview and vision
Large CERN projects with ISTC role
Challenges in nuclear and heavy ion physics
ALICE specific abstracts
Physics at LHC: pp detectors and physics related talks
Future projects/technologies & Data handling challenges
Linear Collider R&D
R&D on other facilities
CERN and LHC machine upgrade plans
LHC detector upgrade plans CERN
Spanning from Acquisition to Grid
Applications and knowledge transfer
Medical application of hadrons and heavy ions
Medical spin-offs of High Energy Physics
Knowledge and technology transfer from High Energy Physics
- International collaboration - Road map of particle physics infrastructure
Further information on the 13th SAC Seminar
The first four days (01 – 04 September 2010) of the 13th SAC Seminar will serve as a forum for presentations and discussions of modern scientific and technical ideas, plans, and/or proposals. Sunday 05 September 2010 will be a day of Technical visits.
Oral Sessions will include selected presentations and lectures by Invited Speakers.
Young Scientists Session:The competitive “Young Scientists Session” will be organized during the 4th day of the Seminar including 10 minute oral presentations by 9 young scientists (no older than 35 years) on the basis of pre-selection from the list of abstracts (oral or poster). Presentations of young scientists will be evaluated by the Selection Committee and three winners will be awarded as follows: 1st prize - financial support of the winner’s participation in an international conference or workshop on a selected topic within the High Energy Physics subject area (up to $2,500) 2d prize - financial reward ($1,500) 3d prize - financial reward ($1,000)
Poster Sessions will be organized during the Seminar.
Language: The official language of the Seminar will be English.
Abstracts and Proceedings:A book of Abstracts with all accepted papers (oral and poster) will be issued at the beginning of the Seminar. Abstracts should not be longer than 1 page. Deadline for the abstracts is May 20th, 2010, which is also the online registration deadline. After the Seminar Proceedings of the presented papers will be published. Deadline for the proceeding papers is August 1st, 2010.
1st Deadline – Registration & Abstracts - The date for Registration&Abstracts has been pushed back to June 30, 2010
Online registration and abstract submission need to be done through the Seminar website. Authors should specify if they wish to make an oral or a poster presentation. Abstracts should not be longer than 1 page.
2nd Deadline – Proceeding Articles - August 1st, 2010Articles for proceedings should be submitted in Microsoft word format. It would be highly appreciated if speakers submit PDF or PPS files with their presentation slides one week before the seminar.
It is the responsibility of the authors to ensure that any data presented at the Seminar or in any of the documents submitted to the organizers are appropriately protected with regard to any Intellectual Property Rights
Senior Program Manager (Science Workshops and Seminars) ISTC E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +7 (495) 982 3286 Fax: +7 (499) 978 4637
Ms. Marina Savino
Tel: +41 22 767 3688 Fax: +41 22 766 8531
At Budker INP:
Dr. Maksim Kuzin
tel: +7 (383) 329 4167 Fax: +7 (383) 330 7163 E-mail: M.V.Kuzin@inp.nsk.su