This weekend, a panel developing a new strategic plan for US particle physics will hold the first in a series of town hall meetings.
Saturday begins a new stage in the process that will set priorities for US particle physics research for the coming decade.
The advisory panel to the federal government in the area of particle physics research has appointed a group, called the Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel, or P5, to develop a roadmap for the next 10 years of US particle physics in the context of a 20-year, global vision for the field.
The first face-to-face meeting of the panel will take place Saturday, November 2, through Monday, November 4, at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory. During this meeting and two others scheduled to occur in December, the panel will take input and hold discussions with fellow particle physicists. More than 200 scientists are expected to participate this weekend…
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