The sixth Young Theorists' Forum (YTF) will take place at Durham University on 18-19 December 2013. The purpose of the YTF is to bring together postgraduate students working in theoretical physics, providing the opportunity to present their work to a sympathetic audience. Our aim is to foster development of early career researchers and encourage collaboration between different universities.
We invite participants to speak on topics such as:
- Gravity and Cosmology
- Integrable and Conformal Field Theories
- Lattice Field Theory
- Standard Model Phenomenology
- Strings and M-theory
Speakers from other areas are also welcomed.
Postgraduates working in theoretical physics, from the UK or elsewhere, are encouraged to apply. We aim to fund accommodation for all attendees, however, priority will be given to speakers and poster presenters if demand is exceptionally high.
Students attending the YTF are also advised to attend the Annual Theory Meeting (ATM) which will this year occur before the YTF, from 16-18 December. Those attending the ATM may be reimbursed for their travel. Note that places at the ATM are limited - please enquire within your own department.
Event type: Meeting
Co-sponsored by: Dpt Mathematical Sciences and IPPP Durham
Organised by: IOP MTP, HEPP and GP groups
Contact details: Craig Robertson (Durham)