Frontiers of Fundamental and Computational Physics (FFP10) Perth, Western Australia

November 24-26, 2009

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For over a decade the International Symposium Series, FRONTIERS OF FUNDAMENTAL PHYSICS has attracted some of the greatest Physicists in the world. The broad objective of the series has been to enable scholars working in related areas to meet on a single platform and exchange ideas.

The topics covered include Astronomy and Astrophysics, Particle Physics, Theoretical Physics, Gravitation, Cosmology and Computational Physics. The Symposia have been held in India, Italy, Spain and Canada. This will be the first time in Australia.

We are very pleased to announce that the opening plenary lecture will be given by Nobel Laureate Prof. Gerard't Hooft and the inaugural Marshall-Warren public lecture (Pdf Brochure) will be given by Nobel Laureate Prof. Doug Osheroff, in conjunction with the symposium.
"All attendees will receive tickets to the Marshall-Warren lecture. There is no need to book separately."
Abstract Submission due date: Submissions are now closed
Post deadline: Submissions are now closed
Notification of Acceptance: 15th September 2009
Early Registration before: 24th September 2009
Submission of Full Papers: 31st January 2010
July 6-9 2010 - FFP11 FFP11 Website
Campus of the Paris Diderot University, Paris, France
The following speakers will present invited papers:
Prof. Doug Osheroff, Stanford University, United States of America
Prof. Gerard 't Hooft, University of Utrecht, Netherlands
Prof. Mikhail Kovalyov, University of Alberta, Canada
Prof. Jorge Pullin, Louisiana State University, United States of America
Prof. Remo Ruffini, University of Rome, Italy
Prof. Daniel Alonso, University of La Laguna, Spain
Prof. Padma Kant Shukla, Ruhr Universitšt, Bochum, Germany
Prof. Roland Triay, University of Marseille, France
Prof. Victor Flambaum, University of NSW, Australia
Prof. Gerard Milburn, The University of Queensland, Australia
Prof. Tony Roberts, Adelaide University, Australia
Prof. Peter Drummond, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Prof. Roland Triay, University of Marseille, France
Prof. Michael Tobar, University of Western Australia, Australia
Prof. Huw Price, University of Sydney, Australia
Prof. Helmut Kroger, Laval University, Canada
Prof. Tito MendonÁa, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Portugal
Conference Poster
Contact Professor John Hartnett, chair of the local organizing commitee
Email: ffp10@physics.uwa.edu.au
Tel: +61 (0)864 887013 (office)
Mobile: +61 (0)419 040587 (cell)