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2021 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 to look at the posters.

Here a mosaic generated using the pictures of the participants taken the first day on Zoom

Symposium website

Mosaic created using photos of the participants to the last Collaboration Meeting on Zoom

Last Fermi LAT collaboration meeting, was on Zoom

The LAT collaboration meeting was held virtually on Zoom. It started on March 15 and ended on March 19, 2021. The agenda is on Confluence here.

Cape Henlopen State Park near Lewes, Delaware

Fermi Summer School 2020

Unfortunately the 2020 Fermi Summer School was cancelled due to the pandemic and significant uncertainties affecting activities at NASA and the University of Delaware. Thank you for your interest and engagement in Fermi science. Please watch this space and the Fermi news e-mail list for information about next year's event. We hope that you can join us in 2021.



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