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Nicole Ackerman | SLAC | USA

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DPF in Detroit (part II)

I’ve made it to the last day of DPF. I’ve had a great time listening to physics talks, seeing Detroit, and spending time with family. Unfortunately I haven’t met as many people as I had hoped to. It turns out that in addition to at least one other QD blogger who is here, some Cosmic Variance bloggers are here as well.

DPF 2009 Logo

DPF 2009 Logo

I realized that the “logo” for the conference is one of the most clever combinations of physics iconography and cultural symbols. The dotted lines with arrows represent Feynman Diagrams, the loops being very common in searches for new physics. Hopefully it doesn’t take too much imagination to see the car that the logo is as well. Being (more or less) a Detroit native, I can tell you there is nothing that represents the Motor City better!

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