XXIX International Symposium on
Multiparticle Dynamics (ISMD99)
August 9-13, 1999
Brown University, Providence, RI
Co-Director: Ina Sarcevic
Mary Ann Rotondo - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To view Transparencies of Talks
symposium is intended to provide a forum for theorists and experimentalists
to meet and discuss topics of current interest. The topics will include:
Diffractive physics and low-x phenomena at the Tevatron and
HERA, production of jets at LEP/SLD, heavy-ion physics with an emphasis
on the expectations for RHIC, physics at the LHC, and the interface between
the results from high energy collisions and cosmic-ray/astrophysics.
Confinement-deconfinement mechanisms in QCD will also be discussed.
International Advisory Committee:
N. G. Antoniou (Athens), J. D. Bjorken
(SLAC), M. Block (Northwestern), J. Dias de Deus (IST/CENTRA), A. Giovannini
(Torino), T. D. Lee (Columbia), J. Morfin (FNAL), D. Morrison (CERN), C.
Pajares (Santiago di Compostela), J. Pancheri (Frascati), N. Schmitz (Munich),
W. Kittel (Nijmegen), J. Tran Thanh Van (Orsay), F. Verbeure (Antwerp),
C. N. Yang (Stony Brook).
R. Brandenberger, D. Cutts, H. Fried,
G. Guralnik, A. Jevicki, K. Kang, G. Landsberg, R. Lanou, D. Lowe, R. Partridge,
C-I Tan, and M. Widgoff.
Scientific Program and
QCD at High Energies: Diffractive Production and Small-x
[M. Derrick (Argonne), A. White (Argonne)]
Multiparticle Production: Correlations and Fluctuations
[R. Hwa (Oregon), M. Tannenbaum (BNL)]
Hadronic Final States in e+e-, Lepton-Hadron
and Hadron-Hadron Collisions
[E. De Wolf (Antwerp), W. Gary (UC Riverside)]
Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions
[B. Muller (Duke,) J. Stachel (Heidelberg)]
H. E. Collisions and Cosmic-Ray/Astrophysics
[F. Halzen (Wisconsin), T. Stanev (Bartol)]
[R. Brower (Boston U), I. Sarcevic (Arizona)]
deadline for abstract submission has passed. If you are scheduled to present
a talk and have yet to submit an abstract, please do so immediately. If
you still want to be considered for presenting a talk but have not done
so, please contact the Conference Coordinator:
participants will be housed in the Vartan Gregorian Quadrangle, a modern
air-conditioned facility, well-suited for our needs.
Fee: US $270
(before June 15, 1999); $300 (after June 15, 1999). Methods of payment:
cash, traveler's checks, personal checks, payable to ISMD99, Brown University;
no credit cards. (Those wishing to use a Bank Draft, please contact
email@example.com for instruction)
Basic housing involves dormitory-style
suites, each consisting of several single bedrooms and a general sitting
A limited number of hotel-style
guest rooms, are also available on site for an additional charge.
(The Donald L. Saunders '57 Family Inn) Each room includes a private bathroom,
and two double-beds, and is appropriate for those with accompanying person
and/or family members.
$450 - includes Dormitory-style
for 6 days beginning the evening of 8/8/99. This
arrangement is most suitable for all single participants.
for 6 days beginning the evening of 8/8/99. For
each additional accompanying person and/or family members staying with
a paid participant in a hotel-room, the
additional charge for meals/activities is $210/person.
For those who prefer arriving a day
early and/or stay on for a day or two, rooms are available at $40/day
for a dorm-room and $90/day for a hotel-room. Advanced notice
General directions can be found at
University Home Page. Driving directions
and information regarding Buses, Trains and Planes to Providence can
also be found at this site
The Vartan Gregorian Quadrangle, located at 101 Thayer Street, telephone
(863-7500) is South of the main campus.
Conference site, MacMillan Building,
Room 115, corner of Thayer and George Streets.
Providence is serviced most directly
by the T. F. Green State Airport, (PVD). It is often more convenient
for those coming from abroad to fly to Boston's Logan Airport, (BOS),
and then come to Providence by a direct bus service. Alternatively,
one can also fly to New York's JFK Airport and then come to Providence
either by train or by bus.
Most convenient bus service for Providence
and from Boston Logan Airport, R. I. Green Airport, and New
York City, is by Bonanza Bus.
For those flying directly to RI, direct
Limo service from the T. F. Green Airport provides the most convenient
method for reaching the Brown campus. If two or more are traveling together,
hiring a taxi becomes a more reasonable choice.
The first session of the Symposium
starts on Monday, August 9th at 8:15 a.m. and the last session ends
on Friday, August 13th at 6:00 p.m.
Registered participants are also
entitled to use Brown's athletic facilities, including tennis courts, swimming
pool, weight-training equipment, etc. University Health Service is
open from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. during weekdays.
Conference Functions and Locations:
will be provided at registration)
Registration: Sunday (8/8) 5:00 - 7:00
p.m. - Vartan Gregorian Quad
Monday (8/9) 8:00 a.m. - MacMillan Hall Foyer
Excursion : Wednesday (8/11)
Buffet: Sunday (8/8) 7:00 p.m.
- Vartan Gregorian Quad
Breakfast: Monday - Friday
(Vartan Gregorian Quad)
deadline for submission of manuscripts is September
24th. You can email either a PS
file or a TEX file to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you prefer to send a hard copy, use the address listed on the website.
Lunch: Monday - Friday
(Sharp Refectory), except Wednesday.
Box lunches will be served on the
bus to Newport
Dinner: Monday (Andrews Dining
Tuesday and Friday (Sharp Refectory)
Wednesday - Old-fashion New England Clambake with lobster will be
served at Brown's Heffenreffer Estate (directly from Newport)
Thursday - Conference Banquet will be held at (Brown Faculty Club)
Brunch: Saturday (Vartan Gregorian
Length Guidelines: 25 minutes
or less = 6 pages
30 minutes = 7 pages
35 minutes or longer = 8 pages
(This includes both the title page and figures.
World Scientific Guidelines:
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Last Update: 7/30/99