2nd Scandinavian NeutrinO Workshop
May 2-6 2006, AlbaNova University Center, Stockholm, Sweden
The Oskar Klein auditoriumThe talks of the workshop will be held in the Oskar Klein auditorium at the AlbaNova University Center. The auditorium has been named after the Swedish physicist Oskar Klein (1894-1977). He was a professor in theoretical physics at Stockholm University between 1931 and 1962. He is best known for the Klein-Gordon equation and for his attempts to unify electromagnetism and general relativity by the introduction of extra dimensions, known as Kaluza-Klein theory.
Internet connectionThe AlbaNova University Center is equipped with a fully developed wireless network to which the participants of SNOW 2006 will have access. There will be no cable connections or public computers.
Last updated: Apr 24, 2006