The registration starts at 9:30 on Monday 27th.
Please pick up your name card and a conference bag, which contains information and other documents.
Please pay 3,000 yen by cash if you plan to join the group dinner.
Information for speakers
We will prepare a PC for presentations, which accept PDF and PowerPoint.
In order to avoid wasting valuable time, we kindly request each speaker to upload his/her slides to the corresponding slot on
the INDICO page
one day before the talk.
The INDICO modification key will be announced to speakers by an email.
Alternatively, you can also transfer your slide file using USB.
If you need any assistance, please ask one of the conference staff.
Nagoya University provides a wireless network system for the guests.
You can connect SSID "nuwnet".
When you start a browser, you will be asked for a Username and a Password, which are provided in your nametag.
Connection via "eduroam" is also available.
We will have a group dinner at a restaurant nearby the campus (within walking distance).
Detailed information will be provided at the registration desk.
Lunch: participants are asked to take lunch by themselves.
There are cafeterias, some restaurants and cafes.
Please see the campus map in the conference bag.
No currency exchange is available on or near campus.
Therefore, we suggest you to exchange currency at the airport.
Note that credit cards are not widely used in Japan.
Although most of hotels, major stores and JR stations accept credit cards, they may not be accepted at small shops, subway stations etc.
There is an ATM machine near the Post Office (see campus map), where you can get cash using a credit card.
You can expect pleasant mild weather with lots of sunshine and occasional rain here in late March.
The temperature during the daytime ranges from 7-16°C.
Most importantly, cherry blossoms are about to bloom this time of the year, dressing up the entire Japan in sweet pink.
We hope that you have a chance to witness the first blooms during the workshop period!
Kobayashi-Maskawa Institute for the Origin of Particles and the Universe (KMI) Nagoya University, Nagoya, 464-8602, JAPAN