shapeimage 13-6 December, 2018, Puerto Varas, Chile

We are pleased to invite you to participate and submit an abstract to the 6th Southern Workshop on Granular Materials (SWGM6). The conference will be held in Puerto Varas, on December 3-6, 2018.

The SWGM6 will comprise a broad range of granular-system subjects providing an up-to-date view of the field in topics such as non-local rheology in granular flow, discharge flows, soft and non-spherical particles, shear-thickening suspensions, active macroscopic particles, impact on granular beds, propulsion in granular media, invasion phenomena, among others.

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June 18, 2018 - June 29, 2018
São Paulo, Brazil | IFT-UNESP

In 2018, Run II of the LHC will be well under way, and it will be important to assess what has been learned, as well as to discuss the directions in which the field might move in the near-term and medium-term future. The school will therefore be largely focused on LHC Physics, but without forgetting other areas that can give complementary information regarding the nature of the physics at the TeV scale.

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IUVSTAÁvila, July, 2-5, 2018
Organised by The Spanish Vacuum Society on Behalf of IUVSTA

Nanoscale oxide systems ranging from ultrathin films to two-dimensional layers and oxide nanoparticles (nanorods) are ubiquitous in fundamental condensed matter research and a plethora of possible applications in cutting edge technologies are emerging. Nanoscale oxides differ from their respective bulk materials due to an increased surface-to-volume ratio, due to proximity effects and due to their nanoscale spatial confinement, which all conspire to create novel physical and chemical properties.

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July 23, 2018 - August 3, 2018
São Paulo, Brazil | IFT-UNESP

The fields of Dark Matter and Neutrino Physics have experienced a tremendous growth in interest recently and face many theoretical and experimental challenges. These two fields are deeply interconnected in many aspects, including the detection techniques. Neutrinos are an unavoidable background for Dark Matter detection and upcoming experiments will soon reach the so-called neutrino floor. On the other hand, sterile neutrinos are competitive Dark Matter candidates. Neutrinos provide a fertile ground to search for particle physics beyond the Standard Model, which could include a Dark Matter particle.

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