- — ICHEP press (@pressichep)Mon, Aug 08 2016 12:50:53
- The day kicked off with a press panel.
- — ICHEP press (@pressichep)Mon, Aug 08 2016 13:11:37One heck of a press panel: Takaaki Kajita, Fabiola Gianotti, Peter Littlewood, Nigel Lockyer, Masanori Yamauchi, and Yifang Wang. #ICHEP2016
- — Katie Yurkewicz (@kyurkewicz)Mon, Aug 08 2016 13:31:13Wang, IHEP Beijing: Chinese economy is growing & all sciences are getting their proportional increase: basic & applied alike #ICHEP2016
- — Katie Yurkewicz (@kyurkewicz)Mon, Aug 08 2016 13:32:16
- — Katie Yurkewicz (@kyurkewicz)Mon, Aug 08 2016 13:37:50
- The first of the plenaries opened to a packed room and excitement for the future of physics.
- — Freya Blekman (@freyablekman)Mon, Aug 08 2016 14:34:16#ICHEP2016 organiser chair Prof Young-Kee Kim reminded us that 600 participants are students&postdocs - the future of our field!
- — Timothy Meyer (@meyertim)Mon, Aug 08 2016 14:15:54UofC pres opens #ichep2016 & compares Burnham quote on Chicago city to HEP: Make no small plans, for they have no power to stir ones blood!
- The first plenary session dealt with neutrino oscillations, presented by a Nobel Laureate.
- — Ricarda Laasch (@RLaasch)Mon, Aug 08 2016 14:47:36
- Neutrino oscillations were followed by LIGO and gravitational waves.
ICHEP2016 - Monday, August 8
The first day of plenary sessions gathered large crowds for engaging presentations.