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Paul Jackson | CERN | Switzerland

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Lepton Photon 2009 begins

Seems shameful to post a bit of quantum diatribe about how the Lepton Photon 2009 symposium has started
in Hamburg when Frank already did it earlier today but here goes anyway. You can find the slides and information
on the agenda here.
It is usually one of the best attended conferences in the field and, I would say unusually, it is all plenary talks,
meaning there are no overlapping sessions where you have to make the tough decision between seeing one talk or
another. It also makes for a relaxed atmosphere (with plenty of time to catch up with colleagues) and means that
most of the talks are summaries. One other obvious point to make is that unlike many other conferences the
majority of people attending will not actually be presenting a talk. This changes things. It means the audience
aren’t sat behind their laptops frantically trying to finish their own work and are actually listening to the information
being presented.

The stage is set at LP09

The stage is set at LP09

I’m sure one of the Quantum Diary attendees will fill you in on the results and details being presented during the week.

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