Feb 20, 2013
FPCP 2013, the 11th conference on Flavor Physics & CP Violation 2013 will take place on 19–24 May in Búzios, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The aim of the meeting is to review developments – theoretical and experimental – related to the physics of heavy flavours. There will be updates on many topics, including CP violation, rare decays, spectroscopy, CKM elements and the potential for studies of heavy flavour decays to help unravel any new physics seen directly at the LHC. For further information and for registration, see http://fpcp2013.if.ufrj.br.
The 2013 Space-Cryogenics Workshop, "Space Cryogenics at Earth’s Last Frontier", is to be held on 23–25 June in Girdwood, Alaska. Sponsored by the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center and the Cryogenic Society of America, the workshop is an opportunity for all of those engaged in low-temperature work to exchange research results and knowledge. All aspects of space cryogenics will be represented, with an emphasis on work related to previous missions as well as future research. For details, see www.spacecryogenicsworkshop.org.