It is our pleasure to announce the 1st annual HEP Young Theorists' Forum to take place 14-15 May at the UCL campus.
The program for this event will feature you! The idea is to provide an opportunity for PhD students to gain valuable speaking experience with a friendly audience of like minded young theorists. All attendees are encouraged to speak for 20 minutes on a topic which they find interesting, related or unrelated to their thesis.
Registration is open to all interested PhD students, but there are a limited number of spaces, so register early to avoid missing out on all the fun!
The Forum will take place at University College London. UCL is conveniently located within walking distance of Euston, St Pancras and King's Cross main line stations, and Warren St, Euston Square, Euston, and Russell Square stations on the London underground.
UPDATE: Change of venue for registration
Registration will take place 1330-1400 Thursday, 14 May in the Maths undergraduate common room (room 502), 5th floor, Department of Mathematics, UCL. This later registration time will help provide sufficient time for travel to London on the morning of 14 May.
The department of Mathematics is best approached through the UCL union building, on the corner of Gordon Street and Gower Place.
Accommodation for speakers for the night of Thursday 14 May will be single-sex twin share accommodation at the County Hotel, a short walk from UCL. Breakfast will be provided. Please notify the organisers if you wish to nominate a room-mate. Breakfast will be provided at the County Hotel.