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The "Severo Ochoa" series of colloquia aims to attract leaders in nuclear, particle and astro-particle physics and related scientific disciplines. In approximately 10 events per year we hope to provide a broad overview of important topics. The audience is primarily made up of IFIC researchers, but colloquia are announced and open to the entire science campus.

A list of previous and programmed colloquia is found on the IFIC INDICO agenda:


Instructions to speakers

The audience is made up of nuclear, particle and astro-particle physicists. We aim to keep at least the first half of each colloquium intelligible to non-experts (i.e. students with a degree in physics, working in a related field). Beyond that speakers are free to go in depth or address more technical issues.


A rather detailed announcement in Spanish is prepared by Isidoro Garcia. We need a brief CV to prepare the text. See for example: : http://webific.ific.uv.es/web/content/fermilab-medio-siglo-de-investigaci%C3%B3n-en-f%C3%ADsica-de-part%C3%ADculas-en-los-estados-unidos


Unless speakers object, the colloquia are recorded and made available on IFIC's outreach channel on YouTube?. For an example, see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKnvyL2uwDE&feature=youtu.be


IFIC reimburses speakers for travel within Europe and accommodation. A speaker's fee is also paid. To be reimbursed we need: - a plane ticket and boarding cards, and any further tickets (taxis, possibly hotel). - bank details. These should be provided using the form that is attached to this page. - a copy of your passport (the page with the photo and ID) - a document stating your fiscal number. Instructions for most European countries are found here: https://ec.europa.eu/taxation_customs/tin/tinByCountry.html

-- MarcelVos - 15 Mar 2017

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