1994 Fall Meeting of the New England Section of The American Physical Society

Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island

October 7, and 8, 1994

Final Announcement

The Physics Department at Brown University is pleased to host this year's Fall meeting of the NES/APS on Friday and Saturday October 7 and 8, 1994. The Friday afternoon session will focus on Dark Matter in our Universe and the Saturday morning session will describe recent progress in the Search for the Top Quark. There will be a reception and banquet on Friday evening at the Brown University Faculty Club. Professor Leon Cooper has kindly agreed to give an after--dinner talk on ``Does Science have a Future? And how about Scientists?"

Contributed papers are solicited for ten-minute oral presentations or poster sessions either day. We would particularly like to encourage contributions from students (especially undergraduates) on their research work. Two copies of each abstract should be received by September 26, 1994. Abstracts should be sent to Ms. Mary Ann Rotondo, NES/APS Abstract, Physics Department, Brown University, Box 1843, Providence, Rhode Island 02912. Or FAX to (401)863-2024. Please indicate whether your abstract is for a talk or a poster and whether you prefer Friday afternoon or Saturday morning. Abstracts should follow the standard APS format. Authors who wish to have their abstracts published in the Bulletin should enclose a check for $35 per abstract payable to NES/APS.

A registration form, a program of activities, and an accomodation and transportation information sheet are enclosed. Please note that reservations for the Friday evening banquet and Saturday's box lunch must be received by Monday, September 26, 1994.

For additional information please call Ms. Mary Ann Rotondo at (401)863-1473 or send e-mail to ``maryann@het.brown.edu". The local organizing committee is chaired by Professor Richard Partridge who can be reached at (401)863-2634 or by email to ``partridge@brhep1.physics.brown.edu".