Presentation on theme: "2 nd Joint ILIAS–CAST–CERN Axion Training Konstantin Zioutas University of Patras & CERN Patras 18 th May 2006 open + webcast access in frontier research."— Presentation transcript:
From: Georg Raffelt To: Konstantin Zioutas Subject: axion training workshop Lieber Konstantin, Ihr habt ja eine sehr interessante Agenda. Es tut mir wirklich leid, dass ich nicht kommen kann. Schoene Gruesse, Georg Raffelt Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik (Werner-Heisenberg-Institut) Muenchen, Germany ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- From: JD Vergados To: Konstantin Zioutas Subject: 2nd axion training-workshop in Patras Kwsta, Thanks again. The success of the workshop is guaranteed. Unfortunately I will not be able to attend it. Regards, JDV
From: Jos Engelen To: Konstantin Zioutas Subject: Axion meeting in Patras Dear Kostantin, Congratulations with what looks to me as a comprehensive and rich workshop programme. It is certainly also a heavy programme! As you already suspected my calendar is 'merciless', requiring my presence at CERN during the days of the workshop. I wish you a fruitful workshop and will be interested in hearing about the outcome. With kind regards, Jos Engelen ________ Professor Jos Engelen Chief Scientific Officer Deputy Director-General / CERN
This meeting: axion training for PhD students answer questions by the experts ARNPS article this year
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