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5-8 October 2020
Virtual
US/Central timezone
Captions are available at https://us.ai-live.com/CaptionViewer/Join/thirdparty?sessionId=USFERM0810B . Default meeting times are in US Central Daylight Time (UTC-5). Zoom connection information has been sent to registered participants.

Over the next year, the U.S. particle physics community will be engaged in Snowmass 2021, an in-depth process to define the most important questions for our field and to identify promising opportunities to address these questions in a global context. 

The primary goal of the Community Planning Meeting is to develop plans and steps to take (“Snowmass Planning”) between October 2020 and the Snowmass Community meeting in July 2021, leading to a final report in October 2021.

Other goals include:

  • Inspire the community about the field, and encourage them to engage broadly in the Snowmass process
  • Inform the community about plans from other regions and from related fields and planned Snowmass activities
  • Listen to the community
  • Provide space for members across the field to talk to each other and to discuss, promote, and develop new ideas
  • Establish cross working-group connections and identify gaps

We very much look forward to the community's strong participation in the Community Planning Meeting. Any information concerning Snowmass is available at snowmass21.org.

Snowmass is an APS process. All participants of the CPM must agree to follow the APS Code of Conduct. Additionally, DPF has developed a set of Core Principles and Community Guidelines (see here for details), which participants must agree to follow.

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