Please note:  Accommodation bookings have to be made by no later than

1 October 2016.  Availability cannot be guaranteed after this date.

Goals: Five days of plenary talks and parallel sessions where some of the very latest experimental results in high energy physics will be presented. The scope ranges from the study  of excited nuclear matter, as it emerged from the primordial matter created by the Big Bang at the beginning of the Universe to the search for New Physics beyond the Standard Model.

The surroundings of one of the world’s largest national parks, and the physics results presented during this workshop, will serve to inspire discussions between theorists and experimentalists on the latest LHC and Tevatron measurements as well as our expectations for the future.

For more information and enquiries, please contact us at: kruger2016@tlabs.ac.za



                          Lionesses in the Kruger Park