"In physics, your solution should convince a reasonable person. In math, you have to convince a person who's trying to make trouble. Ultimately, in physics, you're hoping to convince Nature. And I've found Nature to be pretty reasonable." -Frank Wilczek

Recent Past Conferences



Winter, 2017 - click here for details

  • 01/02 - 01/08 Topological Metamaterials
  • 01/08 - 01/13 Single Molecule Biophysics
  • 01/15 - 01/21 Quantum Dynamics: From Models to Materials
  • 02/05 - 02/11 The Dawning Era of Gravitational-Wave Astrophysics
  • 02/11 - 02/17 Fast Radio Bursts: New Probes of Fundamental Physics and Cosmology
  • 03/05 - 03/11 Superconformal Field Theories in Four or More Dimensions
  • 03/19 - 03/25 Particle Physics in 2017: From the LHC to Dark Matter and Beyond
  • 03/26 - 04/01 Formation and Dynamical Evolution of Exoplanets

Winter, 2016

  • 01/03 - 01/08 Populations, Evolutions, and Physics
  • 01/10 - 01/16 Particle Physics on the Verge of Another Discovery?
  • 02/07 - 02/12 Dynamics and Accretion at the Galactic Center
  • 01/26 - 02/01 Exploring the Physics Frontier with Circular Colliders
  • 02/15 - 02/21 Topological Quantum Matter: Progress and Applications
  • 02/16 - 02/21 Progress and Applications of Modern Quantum Field Theory
  • 03/06 - 03/12 The Re-Ionization Epoch: New Insights and Future Prospects
  • 03/20 - 03/26 Advances in Quantum Algorithms and Computation

Winter, 2015 - click here for details

  • 01/04 - 01/09 Single Molecule Biophysics
  • 01/11 - 01/16 Microscale Ocean Biophysics
  • 01/17 - 01/22 Black Holes in Dense Star Clusters
  • 01/26 - 02/01 Exploring the Physics Frontier with Circular Colliders
  • 02/01 - 02/07 Unifying Concepts in Glass Physics
  • 02/16 - 02/21 Progress and Applications of Modern Quantum Field Theory
  • 03/08 - 03/13 Closing in on the Cosmological Model
  • 03/22 - 03/28 Non-Equilibrium Quantum Matter

Winter, 2014 - click here for details

  • 01/05 - 01/10 Unconventional Order in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
  • 01/13 - 01/18 Beyond Quasiparticles: New Paradigms for Quantum Fluids
  • 01/18 - 01/24 Frontiers in Particle Physics: From Dark Matter to the LHC and Beyond
  • 01/27 - 02/01 Active Fluids: Bridging Complex Fluids and Biofluids
  • 02/02 - 02/07 Unveiling the Formation of Massive Galaxies - Theoretical and Observational Challenges
  • 03/09 - 02/14 Advances in Quantum Algorithms and Computation
  • 03/16 - 03/22 New Perspectives on Thermalization: Condensed Matter, Quantum Information, QCD and String Theory

Winter, 2013 - click here for details

  • 01/06 - 01/11 Single Molecule Biophysics
  • 01/13 - 01/18 Topological States of Matter
  • 01/19 - 01/24 Physical Applications of Millisecond Pulsars
  • 01/28 - 02/03 Closing in on Dark Matter
  • 02/03 - 02/09 New Directions in Neutrino Physics
  • 02/09 - 02/15 Exoplanets in Multi-Body Systems in the Kepler Era
  • 03/10 - 03/16 Higgs Quo Vadis

Winter, 2012 - click here for details

  • 01/02 - 01/07 Growth and Form: Pattern Formation in Biology
  • 01/08 - 01/14 New Directions in Ultracold Atomic Systems
  • 01/15 - 01/20 Exoclimes 2012: The Diversity of Planetary Atmospheres
  • 01/21 - 01/27 The Physics of Astronomical Transients
  • 01/30 - 02/04 Inflationary Theory and its Confrontation with Data in the Planck Era
  • 02/05 - 02/10 New Paradigms for Low-Dimensional Electronic Materials
  • 02/11 - 02/17 The Hunt for New Particles, from the Alps to the Plains to the Rockies
Previous Years are in Reverse Order:

Winter, 2011

  • 02/12 - 02/18 New Data From the Energy Frontier
  • 02/06 - 02/12 Indirect and Direct Detection of Dark Matter
  • 01/31 - 02/05 Strongly Correlated Systems and Gauge/Gravity Duality
  • 01/22 - 01/28 Contrasting Superconductivity of Pnictides and Cuprates
  • 01/16 - 01/22 Physical Micro-Environments Modulating Biological Interactions in the Ocean
  • 01/09 - 01/15 Single Molecule Biophysics
  • 01/03 - 01/09 Materials and the Imagination

Winter, 2010

  • 02/14 - 02/20 Formation and Evolution of Black Holes
  • 02/07 - 02/13 The High Redshift Universe: A Multi-Wavelength View
  • 01/31 - 02/06 Advances in the Fundamental Physics of Ferroelectrics and Related Materials
  • 01/17 - 01/23 The Revolution in Particle Physics is Here
  • 01/03 - 01/09 Populations, Evolution, and Physics

Winter, 2009

  • 02/08 - 02/14 The Year of the Ox (or Physics in the LHC Era)
  • 02/01 - 02/07 Thirty Years of Magnetars: New Frontiers
  • 01/25 - 01/31 Understanding the Dark Sector: Dark Matter and Dark Energy
  • 01/11 - 01/17 Unifying themes in Condensed Matter
  • 01/04 - 01/10 Single Molecule Biophysics

Winter, 2008

  • 02/10 - 02/16 The First Two Billion Years of Galaxy Formation: The Reionization Epoch and Beyond
  • 02/03 - 02/09 New Horizons in Condensed Matter Physics
  • 01/27 - 02/02 Cosmic Microwave Radiation
  • 01/13 - 01/19 Revealing the Nature of Electroweak Symmetry Breaking
  • 01/06 - 01/12 Decision Making In Single Cells

Winter, 2007

  • 02/18 - 02/24 Supernova 1987a:20 Years After---Supernovae and Gamma-ray bursts (an IAU Symposium)
  • 02/11 - 02/17 Clusters of Galaxies as Cosmological Probes
  • 02/04 - 02/10 Single Molecule Biophysics
  • 01/28 - 02/03 Neutrinos in Physics and Astrophysics
  • 01/14 - 01/20 Spins in Nanostructures: Dynamics, Spectroscopy, Manipulation and Control Principle
  • 01/08 - 01/13 New Physics at the Electroweak Scale and New Signals at Hadron Colliders

Winter, 2006

  • 02/22 - 02/21 Cosmological Probes of Baryons and Dark Matter
  • 02/12 - 02/18 Particle Physics on the Verge of Discovery
  • 02/05 - 02/11 Local Group Cosmology

Winter, 2005

  • 01/15 - 02/19 The Highest Energy Physics
  • 02/06 - 02/12 Planet Formation and Detection
  • 01/16 - 01/22 Benefits of Going Underground:Building a Viable Global Network
  • 01/09 - 01/15 High Temperature Superconductivity
  • 01/02 - 01/08 The Biophysics of Single Molecules

Winter, 2004

  • 02/15 - 02/21 Advancing the Gravitational Wave Detectors: Pushing the Quantum Limits
  • 02/01 - 02/07 Where We Are and Where We Are Going
  • 01/25 - 01/31 Biological Large-Scale Integration: Devices, Data and Scaling
  • 01/18 - 01/24 The Large-Scale Distribution of Mass & Light in the Universe
  • 01/11 - 01/17 Binary Radio Pulsars
  • 01/04 - 01/10 Spins in Nanostructures: From Atoms and Quantum Dots to Magnets

Winter, 2003

  • 02/09 - 02/15 Complex Quantum Order
  • 02/02 - 02/08 Exploring the Widest Gravitational Wave Frequence Range-Reaching Deeper and Broader
  • 01/19 - 01/25 At the Frontiers of Particle Physics
  • 01/12 - 01/18 The Baryonic Universe
  • 01/05 - 01/11 The Biophysics of Single Molecules

Winter, 2002

  • 02/10 - 02/16 Quantum Coherence and Dissipation
  • 02/03 - 02/09 Current and Upcoming Discoveries in Particle Physics
  • 01/27 - 02/02 Ultra High Energy Particles from Space

Winter, 2001

  • 02/04 - 02/10 Advanced Detectors and Astrophysical Implications
  • 01/28 - 02/03 Galaxy Formation and Evolution: Theoretical Challenges/Observational Prospects
  • 01/21 - 01/27 High-Temperature Superconductivity
  • 01/14 - 01/20 Single Molecule Biophysics
  • 01/07 - 01/13 Particle Physics at the Millenium