- The POSTER abstract submission has closed.
- The student support application is HERE! Students with active contributions (including poster presentations) will be prioritized to be considered for sponsorship.
The Particle Physics Community Planning Exercise (a.k.a. “Snowmass”) is organized by the Division of Particles and Fields of the American Physical Society. Snowmass is a scientific study. It provides an opportunity for the entire particle physics community to come together to identify and document a scientific vision for the future of particle physics in the U.S. Snowmass will define the most important questions for the field of particle physics and identify promising opportunities to address them.
The Snowmass Community Study has 10 frontiers addressing different aspects of the field. They are:
- Energy Frontier,
- Neutrino Physics Frontier,
- Rare Processes and Precision Measurements Frontier,
- Cosmic Frontier,
- Theory Frontier,
- Accelerator Frontier,
- Instrumentation Frontier,
- Computational Frontier,
- Underground Facilities,
- Community Engagement.
In addition, there are Snowmass Early Career Scientists forum. At the summer study the frontiers will agree on their final, individual, reports. The frontier conveners, along with the US High Energy Physics community, will draft a final summary document that presents the big questions facing the field and science of particle physics along with research paths forward. The Snowmass Report will provide input to the High Energy Physics Advisory Panel. The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel (P5), a sub-panel of HEPAP, will produce a strategic report for the field later in 2022.
Summer meeting page: http://seattlesnowmass2021.net/