The 7th edition of Neutrino Geoscience international conference will be held in the heart of historic Prague, Czech Republic, in the Old Town near the Charles Bridge, from Monday Oct 21—Wednesday Oct 23, 2019.
We welcome contributions on all the relevant broad topics, including physics of neutrinos, neutrino detection and data analysis, geophysical and geochemical models of Earth’s crust, mantle and core, the Earth’s energy budget, and its dynamics and thermal evolution.
You can find more information in the attached flyer and at the conference website http://neutrinogeoscience2019.amca.cz
Please fill in the registration form to let us know of your intent to participate. Deadline for registration is June 1, 2019.
On behalf of the local organizing committee,
Ondřej Šrámek (geo.mff.cuni.cz/~sramek)
Department of Geophysics, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic
The 7th edition of Neutrino Geoscience international conference will be held in the heart of historic Prague, Czech Republic on 21–23 October, 2019 (Monday–Wednesday).
Geoneutrinos, neutrinos emitted in decays of naturally occurring radionuclides, bring unique and direct information about aspects of the Earth’s composition that are intimately linked to fundamental questions about the Earth’s energy budget and thermal evolution. Geoneutrino research provides a new tool to study the Earth. Measurements by existing experiments estimate our planet’s radiogenic heat production and have begun to constrain compositional models of the silicate Earth.
At the meeting we expect to hear updates on geoneutrino measurement by both the KamLAND and Borexino experiments, to get status reports from SNO+, JUNO, and Jinping, and to continue the needed productive discussions between neutrino physicists and geoscientists in order to advance the great science of geoneutrinos.
We welcome contributions, both talks and poster presentations, on all the relevant broad topics, including physics of neutrinos, neutrino detection and data analysis, geophysical and geochemical models of Earth’s crust, mantle and core, the Earth’s energy budget, and its dynamics and thermal evolution.
VENUE & ACCESS
The Conference will be held at the Conference center of the Czech Association of Scientific and Technical Societies, located in the heart of historic Prague in the Old Town, in the immediate vicinity of the Charles Bridge.
Address: Novotného lávka 5, Prague 1, Czech Republic (Google Map, Mapy.cz)
Currency: Czech Republic has its own currency, Czech crown, or Koruna česká (“Kč”), or CZK. Exchange rates are around EUR 1 = CZK 26, and USD 1 = CZK 23.
TRANSPORT to the Conference Venue
From PRG airport to conference venue:
From the airport terminal take the bus No. 119 to the terminus at the underground station "Nádraží Veleslavín". From there take the underground (line A, the only one there) to station "Staroměstská". From there it is a 5 min, 200 m walk to the meeting venue (map, also image below).
You will need one public transportation ticket per person (32 CZK, about ~1.2 EUR, valid for 90 minutes) for the transit. Tickets can be purchased at the airport using a ticket machine or at the public transportation desk. When entering the bus you have to validate the ticket (yellow stamping boxes on the bus).
From “Praha Hlavní nádraží" (Main railway station) to conference venue:
Take the underground (line C, the only one there) to station "Muzeum” (1 stop). Change to underground line A and take it to station "Staroměstská". From there it is a 5 min, 200 m walk to the meeting venue (map, also image below).
You will need one public transportation ticket per person (24 CZK, about ~0.9 EUR, valid for 30 minutes) for the transit. Tickets can be purchased using the machines near the entrance to the underground or at newspaper kiosks. You have to validate the ticket upon entering the underground (yellow stamping boxes).
Prague public transit website: www.dpp.cz/en
The taxi fare from PRG airport to conference venue is CZK 600 - 700 (roughly EUR 25). Uber also operates in Prague.
Hotel accommodation can be arranged by the secretariat upon request.
We negotiated rates at several conveniently located hotels, please see below. Booking option is included in the registration form. There are obviously many other possibilities in town, available through popular search sites.
Národní obrany 33, Prague 6
Distance to the conference venue: 15 min., 3 stops by Metro line A, then tram to Karlovy lázně stop (1 stop) or 10 min. walk
The hotel is located in “Dejvice” residential area and has a good connection to both the airport as well as the historic city center.
Single room: 1250 CZK / night (~49 EUR)
Double room: 1550 CZK / night (~60 EUR)
Triple room: 1800 CZK / night (~69 EUR)
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
Registration deadline is June 1st, 2019.
Registration fee is set at CZK 4600 (~180 EUR) for regular participants and CZK 3100 (~120 EUR) for students.
The fee includes coffee breaks and catered lunches.
If your travel requires an invitation letter or any other necessary documentation, please contact the organizer at your earliest convenience at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are thrilled you want to submit an abstract!
Abstract submission form coming soon…
Mark Chen (Queen's University, Canada)
Shaomin Chen (Tsinghua University, China)
Steve Dye (University of Hawaii, USA)
Sanshiro Enomoto (University of Washington, USA)
Matt Jackson (UC Santa Barbara, USA)
Claude Jaupart (IPG Paris, France)
Stéphane Labrosse (ENS Lyon, France)
John Learned (University of Hawaii, USA)
Rupert Leitner (Charles University, Czech Republic)
Livia Ludhova (Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany)
Fabio Mantovani (University of Ferrara, Italy)
Bill McDonough (University of Maryland, USA & Tohoku University, Japan)
Ondřej Šrámek (Charles University, Czech Republic)
Hiroko Watanabe (Tohoku University, Japan)
Local Organizing Committee
at Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Mantle convectiCONTACT & LINKS
Ondřej Šrámek (email@example.com)
AMCA, spol. s r.o.
Academic and Medical Conference Agency
128 00 Praha 2
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