GLCW X registration, accommodations, and other relevant details will be added as they are determined. Please don't hesitate to contact us with questions.
TOPICS & PRESENTATIONS In keeping with the goal of encouraging the broadest possible participation from young researchers in Great Lakes institutions, the scientific program has been largely driven by the topics which participants choose to present. Please check back later for the detailed program. It is preferred that presentations at GLCW X be directly relevant to one of the following topics:
- Dark Matter (direct and indirect detection)
- Dark Energy
- Large Scale Structure
- Cosmic Microwave Background
- Galaxy Clusters
- Dark Ages
- Dwarf Galaxies
- Galaxy Evolution
- Modified Gravity
- 21 cm Emission
Talks are grouped into 1.5-2 hour sessions comprising both contributed talks by GLCW X participants and talks by invited speakers. In order to ensure compliance with the schedule, time limits will be strictly enforced, so we request that you plan accordingly. There will also be a poster session.
Copies of the talks (slides only) presented at GLCW X will be made available on-line at this web site.
There will also be a one hour career development session during the workshop.
SCIENTIFIC ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
VISUALIZATION SESSION Participants have the opportunity to submit visualizations and datasets to be viewed at the Adler Planetarium either on the Planetarium's dome or in a high definition stereoscopic theater. Please consult this document with instructions on preparing visualizations for Adler's theaters. Please contact Mark SubbaRao with your plans. Because of the work required to encode and load the data, please plan on submitting the content at least one month in advance of the workshop.
PUBLIC EVENT June 13, 2010 at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC).
STUDENT HOUSING AT I-HOUSE Student participants may secure an International House lodging reservations by completing the online registration form. Aimee Giles, KICP's Travel and Event Coordinator, will then make the International House reservation on your behalf, as KICP will be billed directly for the room. You will then receive an email confirmation. Should you need to make any changes to your reservation or have questions about the facility, please call the International House directly (773-753-2270).
All guest rooms are dormitory style with communal bathrooms. The rooms have ceiling fans but are not air conditioned.
If you choose a hotel other than the International House, please make your reservation by contacting the hotel directly. Please note that if you do so, you will not be reimbursed by KICP for the lodging costs you incur.
- April 23, 2010 - Abstract deadline
- May 14, 2010 - Registration deadline
- June 13, 2010 - Public event
- June 14 - 16, 2010 - 10th Great Lakes Cosmology Workshop
- June 14, 2010 - Banquet dinner