2007 RHIC & AGS Annual Users' Meeting

Mark your calendars:
June 18-22, 2007


This year the Organizing Committee has planned three days of topical workshops before the two-day plenary sessions on Thursday, June 21st and Friday, June 22nd. The plenary program will include the latest results from the AGS and RHIC heavy ion, proton-proton and spin programs, as well as projections for the RHIC low energy running, the RHIC detector upgrades, the RHIC-II program plus the eRHIC physics program (presented mainly as summaries, findings, and forecasts or workshops). We will also hear reports from Washington, present election results, awards and hold an Open Forum meeting.

The Users' Executive Committee (UEC) welcomes participation in the poster session to be held during this meeting and invites you to join them at dinner on Thursday evening at Andrews by the Pond in Wading River, NY. Also, two awards will be given at the meeting to recognize the most outstanding thesis related to research conducted at the RHIC or AGS facilities.

Workshops are scheduled for Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. They will cover the main heavy ion and spin physics results of recent years plus projections for the future. We refer you to the specific workshop web pages for more details.

Workshops Include:

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