The 8th International Workshop on Heavy Quarkonium 2011 will take place from 4 - 7 October 2011 at
|GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionenforschung GmbH|
Local registration will be opened on Tuesday, Oct. 7, 8.00h in the morning. The registration desk is located in the foyer, see maps section for details.
Getting to GSIPlease check out the information under Travel.
To enter the GSI site you need to register at the front gate. Please be prepared to show your passport.
Where to stayThe conference has negotiated special rates with a few places, see under Accommodation.
Lunch and Social DinnerDuring the lunch break, lunch can be taken at own expense at the canteen of GSI until 14.00h. There will be a free social dinner at the same place on Thursday (Oct. 6) starting at 19.30h.
Wireless LAN at GSIGSI participates in the international eduroam roaming access service. Everybody with an eduroam account of the home institute should be able to login to the WiFi network with the SSID 'eduroam' with your usual login:password combination.
Those who do not have an eduroam account will get a temporary account for the WiFi network with the SSID 'VPN/WEB'. In order to login, you open a web browser with an arbitrary page (e.g. http://www.gsi.de) and enter the account data you have got during local registration.
Lecture HallThere will be plenary sessions only. All talks will take place in the Auditorium (SB1.1.201).
An area map showing the location of the Auditorium and the Registration Desk can be found under Maps.
Information for SpeakersIdeally all talks should be uploaded to the PC installed in the lecture hall, from where they can be presented.
Speakers are asked to provide their presentation in advance of the session!
This can either be done by
- bringing it on a memory stick to the lecture hall PC, at the lastest in the beginning of the coffee/lunch break directly before the session or
- send via e-mail the talk or preferrably a link to a web resource at least the day before your talk is scheduled until 17h to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We recommend to bring your talk on a memory stick on the day of your session in any way to be on the safe side.
Preferred data formats are PDF, PPT, or PPTX.