Mediterranean and Antarctica Neutrino Telescope Symposium
Symposium originally referred to a drinking party (the Greek verb sympotein means "to drink together") but has since come to refer to any academic conference, or a style of university class characterized by an openly discursive format, rather than a lecture and question–answer format.
The scope of this meeting is not presenting the most recent physics and analysis results. It is intended to be an exchange of ideas, methods, suggestions, concerns on what we do not yet know how to deal with, eg. on systematic errors and so, based on our experience keeping an open mind on the fact that people that deal with a different environment may bring a different view. It is intended to explore what possibly we could start presenting in a different way to the scientific community. We often get used to things when working in one field and opening to new ideas is often a good thing.
Speakers allow for 2 min of discussion in the time assigned for your talk.
- Teresa Montaruli
- Local Organizing Committee: Hermann Kolanoski, Marek Kowalski, Christian Spiering, Tilo Waldenmaier
- Local Support and Webmasters: Martina Mende, Rene Shei