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Kavli Institute for Cosmology, Cambridge

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Programme Timetable Printable programme available here Abstract Booklet available here Breakout sessions available here Programme Timings Monday 06 Jan Interiors : Chair - Amy Bonsor 09:00 Registration Opens 09:30 Meeting starts with introductions 09:40 Jon Wade: The role of core formation in...

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Venue and travel

Venue Getting here Information on how to reach the Kavli Institute can be found here . Internet Access Eduroam is available in all meeting and breakout areas For those without access to eduroam, access to the University of Cambridge wireless network will be provided at the registration desk. Travel...

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Organising Committee

Here is the organising committee. Amy Bonsor Oliver Shorttle Helen Williams Paul Rimmer James Bryson Mihkel Kama Mark Wyatt Sue Kaufman If you have any questions, please email

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KICC is lucky to have numerous accommodation options, both on-site and within very easy walking distance. Please visit the links below for more details and to book. 1. Gardener's Cottage On the same site just yards away from KICC, this lovely accommodation is situated in secluded gardens. Rooms are...

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Contact us

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Registration opens 1st April 2019 Registration closes 1st August 2019 Whilst we encourage applications from all interested parties, the meeting is limited to 50 participants and we particularly encourage early career scientists interested in forging collaborations across disciplines to apply. A...

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Please find the list of registered participants here Please find the list of local participants here For those who require them, expense claim forms the are available here: Claim form Reimbursement details form

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Guidelines for Good Practice

The organisers are committed to conducting meetings that are productive and enjoyable for everyone. This meeting is a place for the open exchange of scientific ideas. Harassment of participants in any form will not be tolerated. Thank you for helping make this a welcoming, respectful space for all.