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FCC Week in Berlin – First Announcement

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Over the past two years, the Future Circular Collider (FCC) Collaboration has grown to become a worldwide community with almost 90 institutes from 29 countries.

To share our results, to advance the vision of a circular post-LHC particle-collider research infrastructure and to strengthen our links and communication, we are again preparing a collaboration week.

The Future Circular Collider Week 2017 will take place in Berlin, Germany from 29 May to 2 June 2017 (http://fccw2017.web.cern.ch)

The scientific program will be complemented by public engagement activities and by opportunities for leading high-tech companies to put their visionary R&D on show. Registration and abstract submission are open; please register here.

If you require a letter of invitation to obtain a visa for traveling to Berlin, please complete the visa information section. Looking forward to seeing you in Berlin!

Michael Benedikt and Frank Zimmermann

FCC Study Coordination

Further information about the FCC Study and Collaboration is available at http://cern.ch/fcc .



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