DPF '99
American Physical Society
Division of Particles and Fields
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The Division of Particles and Fields Conference will be held at the
University of California, Los Angeles January 5-9, 1999.

new1.gif (26402 bytes)    DPF '99 Proceedings are available   new1.gif (26402 bytes)
The DPF99 proceedings were published online
by the UCLA Library.

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

K. Arisaka (UCLA) *D. Cline (UCLA) R. Morrison (UCSB) R. Sugar (UCSB)
M. Bander (UCI) B. Grinstein (UCSD) *R. Peccei (UCLA) M. Wise (Caltech)
B. Barish (Caltech) D. Hitlin (Caltech) J. Rosenzweig (UCLA) M. Witherell (UCSB)
I. Bars (USC) E. Ma (UCR) V. Sharma (UCSD) G. Yodh (UCI)
Z. Bern (UCLA) W. Molzon (UCI) B. Shen (UCR)
* Co-Chairs

 PROCEEDINGS INFORMATION
Information for authors and information on the DPF99 Proceedings


 TRANSPARENCIES
View transparencies from DPF99 Plenary and Parallel session talks. 


 FINAL ANNOUCEMENT  new.gif (7409 bytes)
A Final annoucement, containing logistical conference information is available. Please click on the above link to access information concerning registration/reception at UCLA, Conference Secretariat and Conference telephone and fax numbers, Computer Facilities, Transportation, and Proceedings.


 MEETING AGENDA/SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM 
Version 12/23/98 is currently available - new versions will be posted as sessions are finalized.
This agenda contains detailed parallel session information. Please click on the session name you are interested in and the schedule of talks will be displayed OR you may download the entire program schedule.


 ABSTRACT SUBMISSION INFORMATION
Abstract Submission is now complete, no further contributions are being accepted.


 REGISTRATION
Mailed and faxed registration forms will be accepted until the conference begins.


  UCLA -- GETTING THERE, GETTING AROUND
UCLA MAP
Directions to UCLA
Parking at UCLA

UCLA Campus Information


 LODGING, TRANSPORTATION & RECREATION IN LOS ANGELES
Rooms have been blocked at several area hotels with special conference rates. You must make your reservation by December 4, 1998 to take advantage of these rates.

Hotels

Transportation to UCLA from area hotels will be offered on conference meeting days. Further information regarding this complimentary transportation will be available at the hotels. Information on public transportation can be found below for those attendees who wish to arrive or depart at different times than scheduled stops (and for recreational travel within the area). Parking is available at UCLA for $5/day at various lots.

Guide to Los Angeles Transportation

Recreation in Los Angeles

 

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DPF 99 at UCLA:
(310) 206-2457 phone
(310) 267-0272 fax


The University of California Los Angeles - Department of Physics and Astronomy
last updated 02/14/01 L.J. Moon