Bethe Centennial Symposium on Astrophysics

June 2-3, 2006, Cornell University

Program and Talks online

The Bethe Centennial Symposium on Astrophysics will be held at Cornell University on June 2 and 3, 2006. This symposium, which will be hosted by the Departments of Physics and Astronomy, is intended to celebrate Hans' exuberance for astrophysics by looking ahead to the future of those areas of inquiry that captivated him most during the last 40 years of his extraordinarily productive life.

There will be four principal sessions at the symposium, and one evening reception/banquet. Topics include supernovae observations and theory, neutrino astrophysics, compact objects, and the future of high energy astrophysics. Each session will feature invited talks, plus a discussion led by an invited panel, with audience participation encouraged. Poster sessions will take place during program breaks.

Meeting Schedule (pdf)
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