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Christine Nattrass | USLHC | USA

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Conference season

It’s that time of year again – conference season.  There are dozens of conferences and meetings at the beginning of the summer, when professors and grad students have a break from teaching responsibilities so can handle extensive travel to multiple meetings.  Just scanning the list of talks I see posted on the ALICE web page I see at least 15 conferences in June, July, and August.  Almost every in the field does at least a little travel over the summer.  I am still on the road from a summer school on jet physics at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, giving a seminar at UC Davis, and teaching some undergrads at Cal Poly about ALICE software.  (This is why I haven’t posted in a while.)  I’ve tried to minimize my work travel this summer but I’ve already spent two weeks in California and may spend another 2-3 weeks at CERN at the end of the summer.  This conference season will be particularly exciting because of all of the new results from the LHC.  ALICE has several papers in the pipeline and several new results.  I’ll try to highlight these when I get back.

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