April 2, 2004  
 

 

Beyond Einstein: From the Big Bang to Black Holes

By Jennifer Formichelli

Jointly sponsored by DOE, KIPAC, SLAC and NASA, this meeting will be held at SLAC on May 12-15. The program focuses on the intersection of physics and astronomy, in particular its relevance to NASA’s Beyond Einstein Program. The emphasis of this meeting are recent results on Black Holes, Dark Energy and the Early Universe.

Image by Pat Tyler of NASA

The program includes a review of the science capabilities and implementation plans for the Constellation-X and LISA observatories. Possible implementation plans for Einstein Probe missions to survey Black Holes, study Dark Energy and test theories for the Early Universe will also be discussed.

Submit Abstracts before April 30

The meeting will include both invited reviews and contributed papers. Please submit abstracts no later than April 30. Conference delegates may schedule private meetings to discuss scientific issues on Saturday.

Register before May 1

Approximately 75 participants are already registered. A reduced registration fee is available to students. On-line payment options will be available shortly.

For more information, see: www-conf.slac.stanford.edu/einstein

 

 

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