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2023 NASA Fundamental Physics Workshop
May 23 - May 25
The 2023 NASA Fundamental Physics Workshop will be held May 23-25, 2023, at the Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort in Santa Barbara, California.
This workshop will focus on transformative fundamental physics research and new space experimentation. The workshop will provide a forum for the community to share new fundamental physics research results and present and discuss pioneering research ideas for future space experimentation in Earth’s orbit and beyond. The National Academies Decadal Survey on Biological and Physical Sciences Research in Space 2023-2032 is expected to be released in June of 2023. This workshop will be an opportunity for the scientific community to begin to strategize responses to the expected survey recommendations. NASA will also establish the Fundamental Physics Program Analysis Group (PAG), an open community-led forum, to provide NASA with essential analyses for informed decision making on fundamental physics. This PAG will convene for the first time at the workshop.
Registration for the workshop is now open. The workshop website http://solicitation.nasaprs.com/FPWS2023 – includes detailed registration, abstract submission, and venue information. All interested scientists, researchers and NASA/NSF managers are invited to participate. The participation of the current NASA-funded investigators is strongly encouraged and kindly requested. Workshop participants are invited to submit abstracts for contributed talks and posters as part of their registration.
There is no registration fee to participate in the workshop.
NASA participants must submit a request to attend the workshop through the NASA Conference Tracking System (NCTS). The NCTS number is 47704-23, and the event title in the system 2023 NASA Fundamental Physics Workshop.
Abstract Deadline: March 20, 2023
Advanced Registration Deadline: May 1, 2023
Hotel Reservation Deadline to Receive Discount Lodging Rate: April 14, 2023
We look forward to seeing you in person at the workshop in Santa Barbara, CA.
John L. Callas, JPL
Mike Robinson, NASA BPS
Co-chairs, Organizing Committee