International Workshop "Strong and Electroweak Matter 2002"
October 2-5, 2002
Heidelberg, Germany

The purpose of this workshop is to bring together theoretical physicists working on matter in extreme conditions as found in the early Universe or in heavy ion collisions. ``Extreme Conditions'' indicates that high temperatures, high matter densities and/or nonequilibrium conditions are involved. Their description is based on the fundamental interactions supplemented by statistical concepts appropriate for situations not touched by ordinary elementary particle accelerator experiments (more).

Similar workshops were organized before: in 1997 in Eger (Hungary), 1998 in Copenhagen (Denmark) and 2000 in Marseille (France).

The workshop is organized by members of the Institute for Theoretical Physics of the University of Heidelberg.


Contact

M.G. Schmidt

Institut für Theoretische Physik
Philosophenweg 16
69120 Heidelberg, Germany

Tel: +49-6221-549444 , Mrs. A. Haag, institute secretary

conference email: sewm@thphys.uni-heidelberg.de




S. Weinstock, comments to sewm
design based on poster by L. Adueva
travel information by C. Zahlten