The Meeting of the Division of Particles and Fields will be held 10-15 August 1996 at the University of Minnesota's Twin Cities Campus in Minneapolis.
The Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, with a metropolitan population of 2.5 million, is one of the most livable urban areas in the United States, with ample and easily accessible cultural and recreational facilities, including two major orchestras, four significant art museums, numerous theaters, including the well-known Guthrie Theater, major-league professional sports, and many parks and beaches, some within the central cities. The University of Minnesota Twin Cities campus is located on both sides of the Mississippi River, about one mile from downtown Minneapolis.
All of the major attractions of the Twin Cities are easily accessible from the campus by either public or private transportation. All housing facilities reserved for the meeting are within walking distance of Tate Laboratory of Physics and Northrop Memorial Auditorium, which will house the majority of sessions. The expected climate in mid-August is warm, sunny days with high temperatures of about 80 degrees F. and cool nights with low temperatures of about 60 degrees F.
Sponsored by the University of Minnesota, the University of Wisconsin and the U.S. Department of Energy.
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Last Updated: 22 April 1998