From CERN Courier, July 23, 2020: Fermilab scientists Steve Brice and Sam Zeller and University of Minnesota scientist Marvin Marshak authored this article on the Neutrino 2020 conference, in which 4,350 people from every continent, including Antarctica, participated. The online program, hosted by Fermilab and the University of Minnesota comprised eight half-days over two weeks, four poster sessions with both web-based and virtual-reality displays, and the use of the Slack platform for speaker questions and ongoing discussions.

As the closing event of the online Neutrino 2020 conference earlier this month, three scientists faced off in a virtual Physics Slam. Each participant had 10 minutes to amaze and educate the audience with their research using any means they could think of. The video is available to watch online.

The biggest conference in neutrino physics kicks off on June 22, with two weeks of talks dedicated to one intriguing particle.

The 29th International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics brings together thousands of researchers for the latest developments in the field.

Registration is now open for the online Neutrino 2020 conference. The conference will take place 1/2 days on Monday through Thursday from June 22-July 2 and will include both plenary talks and poster sessions. A block schedule is posted on the conference webpage and a detailed agenda will be available soon. Please note that registration for the online conference is required even if you had previously registered for the in-person event. There is no registration fee to attend. Registration is…

Reminder: Discounted registration with hotel booking for the Neutrino 2020 conference on June 22-27 in downtown Chicago ends Friday February 28. More information: