Fermi LAT collaboration meeting
The last Fermi LAT collaboration meeting was hybrid on zoom and in the Paris area, France from March 6 to March 10, 2023. More details here (note the password is the same used for our zoom meetings). The agenda is here.
The previous Fermi LAT collaboration meeting was hybrid on zoom and in Pisa, Italy from September 5, 2022 to September 9, 2022. More details here. The agenda is here.
Fermi Summer School
The 2023 Fermi Summer School will be an in-person event. This will be the 12th year that the Fermi Mission, in partnership with the University of Delaware, has organized a workshop designed to support graduate students and post docs getting started with Fermi, gamma-ray astrophysics and related topics. In 2023, we are excited to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the launch that began Fermi’s scientific journey. The school will run from May 30 through June 9 at the University of Delaware Conference Center in Lewes, Delaware.
The 2022 Fermi Summer School was an in-person event. This was the 11th year that the Fermi Mission, in partnership with the University of Delaware, has organized a workshop designed to support graduate students and post docs getting started with Fermi, gamma-ray astrophysics and related topics.
The school run from May 31 through June 10 at the University of Delaware Conference Center in Lewes, Delaware. Attendees followed the University of Delaware COVID-19 guidelines for event attendees.
If you have questions, contact the organizers at email@example.com.
2022 Fermi Symposium
The 10th International Fermi Symposium was held in Johannesburg, South Africa, from October 9 - 15, 2022. The symposium venue was Misty Hills Country Hotel, Conference Centre & Spa located on the outskirts of the city of Johannesburg. Information for the symposium is available on the following webpage: https://indico.cern.ch/event/1091305/
Abstract submission deadline:
July 31, 2022 extended to August 8, 2022
Previous Fermi Symposium
The 9th International Fermi Symposium, in light of the development of COVID-19 around the globe and measured steps taken by governments to reopen countries only slowly, run fully virtual on April 12-17, 2021.
Registration and accommodation fees paid to the venue for the 9th International Fermi Symposium, because of contractual obligation, will be used for a future in-person meeting at the Misty Hills in Johannesburg, South Africa. Those who have already paid will receive credit toward that event. If you have registered and paid the fees for the 9th International Fermi Symposium, you do not need to take further action. New participants will be contacted about registration for the virtual Symposium. Check the timetable here for the presentations and the recordings. Visit gather.town to look at the posters.
Here a mosaic generated using the pictures of the participants taken the first day on Zoom
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