Neutrinos have been
surprising us with an unexpected behavior ever
since they have been discovered.
Various experiments all over the globe
(including the south pole and under the sea) are
designed to study the behavior of neutrinos.
Astronomy has played a unique role in shaping
our understanding of the laws of the nature
since the ancient times. Astrophysics, in
recent years, has been developing fast with
various observatories taking data. In topics
such as cosmic rays or supernova evolution,
particle physics and astrophysics come together.
The aim of the present meeting is to study the
recent developments in these two fields with a
focus on the intersection of these two fields.
The meeting will cover various topics including:
- Theory of neutrino physics
Neutrinos in cosmology
- Cosmic rays
- High energy
The meeting will start with a
four day school followed by a two day
conference. Background knowledge of quantum
field theory, particle physics (specially basics
of neutrino physics) is required. There will be
a poster session for graduate students to
present their results. Posters have to be in
The registration fee for students who present a
talk will be waived. Graduate students in the
field of high energy and particle physics are
encouraged to participate.
The meeting will
take place in the new building at Farmanieh. The
address of the meeting venue can be found in
will be open from 8:15 am on Wednesday September