Website at the Corfu Summer Institute:
Telegram group for last-minute announcements:
How to arrive and Zoom links:
The workshop venue is in the Mon Repos Estate. Information on how to get there may be found in the Meeting Location subsection of the webpage http://www.physics.ntua.gr/corfu2021/qg.html
- Zoom Connection: zoom link, or select Meeting ID: 661 3863 3172 Passcode: 599340
- Recorded Talks: available here.
Please check physics.ntua.gr/corfu2021/wg.html for important information concerning COVID-19 updates and regulations and the organization of the Annual Conference. We hope you can have a good trip to Corfu!
Welcome to the Second Annual Conference of COST Action CA18108
This is the second Annual Conference organized by COST Action CA18108 (https://qg-mm.unizar.es/), an initiative funded by the COST Association (https://www.cost.eu/), aiming to enable researchers from different communities of quantum gravity theorists and phenomenologists and gamma-ray, neutrino, cosmic-ray and gravitational-wave experimentalists to learn about each other's work and cooperate on the goal of developing new strategies for testing candidate quantum gravity theories using multi-messenger high-energy astrophysical observations.
It will be possible to attend in person in Corfu (preferred mode) or to follow the conference online.
The conference will be accompanied by a topical Special Issue on Quantum Gravity Phenomenology and Multi-Messenger astronomy in Classical and Quantum Gravity (CQG), which will be edited by members of the QGMM Cost Action. We invite all participants of our second annual conference to contribute to the special issue with original research papers which meet the topical criterion. The focus issue will open for submission for 6 months after the conference (with some flexibility).
The conference is preceded by the COST CA18108 First Training School. Students and early career postdocs who are interested in participating can register on the school webpage.
July 26: Early Registration deadline
July-August: Confirmation of financial support
Sep 15: Late Registration deadline (financial support might not be available at this point, depending on the number of early registrants)
Sep 15: Deadline for abstract submission
Oct 05: Arrival/Registration day
Oct 09: Departure day
(for information about the local organization, such as accommodation and the conference site facilities, please see http://www.physics.ntua.gr/corfu2021/qg.html)
Participation for COST Action participants from COST Member Countries and Near Neighbour countries can be funded by COST. A first round of COST invitations will be sent around mid-August