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Virginia Tech to Host String Pheno Conference

The Center for Neutrino Physics at Virginia Tech will host the 2017 String Phenomenology conference will be held at Virginia Tech, July 3rd through 7th. String Pheno is a forum that brings together diverse researchers aiming to bridge the gap between fundamental theory and observable physics. In light of new data from the LHC, as well as important results from astrophysics and cosmology, such as those coming from LIGO and the Dark Energy Survey, this conference will fully explore the connections between the properties of string theory and the forthcoming new data. The conference includes both invited plenary talks and contributed parallel sessions, and is expected to have a diverse international participation: of the 33 confirmed invited speakers 9 separate countries are represented.

Registration is now open

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