Curiosity drives us to explore the largest and smallest scales in our Universe. In the last ten years, our research made a major breakthrough on the smallest scales with the discovery of the Higgs boson and on the largest scales by using new messengers to study our Universe.
This opened a unique window for a decade of novel research on these fascinating phenomena. It is now time to celebrate these achievements and plan for the future. To this aim, we are organising an open symposium, involving renowned scientists, academic institutions, funding agencies and policy makers.
In parallel, an outreach village will be opened as the kick-off event for a series of outreach activities that will last several months and tour around Belgium.
The organising committee:
Prof. Nick van Remortel (Universiteit Antwerpen),
Prof. Barbara Clerbaux, Prof. Ioana Maris, Spokesperson of the COSPA network, Prof. Michel Tytgat (Université Libre de Bruxelles),
Prof. Steven Lowette, Prof. Jorgen D’Hondt, be.h deputy spokesperson (Vrije Universiteit Brussel),
Prof. Didar Dobur (Universiteit Gent),
Prof. Francqui Docent Gwenhaël De Wasseige, Coordinator of the outreach activities, Prof. Fabio Maltoni, Spokesperson-coordinator of the be.h EOS project (Université catholique de Louvain).