AIGO Conference
AIGO Conference 22 - 24 February 2010
Perth - Western Australia
Members of the LSC, Virgo and LCGT collaborations are invited to a special conference on the AIGO project on 22-24 February 2010. 
The meeting follows the GWIC Roadmap recommedation #2
It was suggested at the July GWIC Meeting that the Australia-India Collaboration meeting already planned for February 2010 be extended to realise the above recommendation, particularly in regard to the AIGO Project.
With help and advice from those listed as the Organising Committee below, we have proceeded to plan this meeting. It will be held in our late summer, 22-24 Feb, followed by a 3-day excursion to explore the spectacular  Wild Beaches of South Western Australia. Afterwards there will be a residential seminar on gravitational wave detector technology mainly for the benefit of our Indian colleagues and others who are new to the field.
Conference Programme (22-Feb to 24-Feb)
Public Lecture
Conference Programme (summary)
Detailed Conference Programme (pdf)
Wild Beaches of the Southwest (25-Feb to 27-Feb)
Post-conference tour
Post Conference Workshop (28-Feb to 2-Mar)
Workshop Programme
Registration details:
A registration fee of AUD$250.00 payable on arrival will include lunches, dinners and transport for the three day scientific program.
More Information at AIGO Second Circular
Main building of the Gingin research facility at night (picture: Jerome Degallaix).
Organising Committee:
Chair: Jesper Munch, Secretary: Pablo Barriga. 
Members: Ju Li, Linqing Wen, Chunnong Zhao, David Coward, Jackie Davidson, Jean-Charles Dumas, Karsten Danzmann, Bala Iyer, Sanjeev Dhurandhar, C. S. Unnikrishnan, Jay Marx, David G. Blair, David E. McClelland, Susan M. Scott, Andrew Melatos, Catherine Nary Man, Zong-Hong Zhu
Leaning Tower of Gingin and Cosmology Gallery.
Gingin wildlife.
Shelly beach near Albany, southwest of Western Australia.
Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse.
Forest near Margaret River.
Sunset at Green's Pool Beach near Denmark.

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