April 7-8, 2005
The Top Quark Symposium will bring together many experimental and theoretical physicists with expertise in top quark physics for an intensive two-day discussion on the heaviest known elementary particle. Talks and discussion will range from how to best measure the top quark's properties to the implications of a heavy top quark for beyond the Standard Model theories.
All physicists are welcome to attend.
There is no registration fee; however, we request that attendees email firstname.lastname@example.org letting us know your name and institution so we can make a conference
badge for you.
David Gerdes (Michigan)
Confirmed Plenary Speakers
T. Appelquist (Yale)
Symposium contact: Angela Milliken
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