Welcome to the Electron-Ion Collider Collaboration Meeting

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Laboratory for Nuclear Science

6-7 April, 2007

The meeting is hosted by the Laboratory for Nuclear Science at MIT with support from Brookhaven National Laboratory and Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility.

The primary aim of this meeting is to discuss the science case and accelerator parameters for a future electron-ion collider in preparation for the Long Range Plan Writing Group meeting in early May. We also hope that this will be the first in a series of regular meetings in realising the future electron-ion collider and experiments.

Please register as soon as possible as space may be limited and we need to make plans according to the number of participants expected. In particular the special rate negotiated with the hotel is only guaranteed until 9 March. When you register please indicate whether or not you would be interested in attending a no-host, group dinner Friday evening.

Introductory documentation and copies of presentations will be available from the Presentations page as they become available.

The links in the menu to the left should provide all the information necessary. Otherwise please contact us directly.

Updated Monday, April 2, 2007 18:39