Jun 15 – 18, 2015
"Sapienza" Università di Roma, Dipartimento di Fisica
Europe/Rome timezone

The next OPERA Collaboration meeting will take place in Rome (Italy) in June 2015.

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It will be hosted by the Physics Dept. of the Rome, Sapienza University.
The  meeting is entitled "Snapshots of the invisible" and referred to as an International Workshop offering three seminars open to the public:
 Mon. June 15th the  Seminar (given at LNGS) about "Latest results from OPERA"
 (Speaker: G. De Lellis, OPERA spokesperson) 
 Tue. June  16th the NEWS Seminar "Hunting of directional dark matter with emulsions"
(Speakers: N. Di Marco and T. Naka)
 Wed. June 17th Seminar on Neutrinos "Snapshots of the invisible - DONUT/CHORUS/OPERA, the SHIP project"
(Speakers: M. Komatsu and A. Di Crescenzo)
The workshop will start on Monday, June 15th. A bus service will be available  (leaving from the Rome University at 12:00) for people planning to attend the seminar at LNGS. Local services (meeting room, access to the Web etc.) for people arriving in Rome in the afternoon could be provided on request.

The OPERA Collaboration meeting will start at 9:00 on Tuesday morning, June 16th.  A registration desk will be open during the morning. Coffee break and lunch will be provided. On the same day, Tuesday, June 16th afternoon, starting at 16:00, an excursion is scheduled to a very relevant historical site close to Rome (about 50 km from University),the Benedictine Abbey of Farfa (http://www.abbaziadifarfa.com/) . Accompaning persons are welcome to join.
The OPERA Collaboration meeting will be resumed on Wednesday morning, June 17th, at 9:00,  and will end in the afternoon at about 18:30.
The OPERA Collaboration Board meeting, as a last part of the overall program, will be held on Thursday morning, June 18th (tentative schedule 9:30 to 12:30).
More news about the meeting and the detailed timetable will be provided later on. 
Please, come to Rome, we're looking forward to meet all of you in June!
G. Rosa on behalf of the Rome OPERA members and local staff 
"Sapienza" Università di Roma, Dipartimento di Fisica
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