Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
March 28 – April 1, 2022
The goal of this EF community workshop is to regroup after the submissions of the contributed papers. These contributed papers will serve as the basis of the discussion which will define the topical group reports and formulate our vision for the Energy Frontier and the final reports.
The workshop will comprise plenary and parallel sessions, with ample time for discussions with members of the EF community and across Frontiers. Dedicated unstructured discussion sessions are also planned around topical themes.
The workshop will be hybrid, with the location for the in-person meeting at Brown University. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for both virtual and in-person participation.
Proof of vaccinations, and masks will be required for attending the event in person and no exceptions will be made. As a proactive measure, the organizers of this event also require the participants to take a covid-19 test on their own before they come to campus. If you cannot test prior to arriving on campus, then please pick up a covid-19 rapid self-test from Prof. Meenakshi Narain before attending the sessions. The participants will have to follow the university policies and protocols for COVID safety. [this may change at any time]
The sessions will start at 10:00 am and end at 6:00 pm (US Eastern Time), including a one-hour break, and a coffee/tea break of half an hour.