The Solvay Conference opens its doors to the public!
Indeed, a half-day public event will follow the 23rd Solvay Conference in Physics which will take place in Brussels from 1 to 3 December.
During this afternoon, you will have the possibility to follow the talks given by the famous scientists Robbert Dijkgraaf and Brian Greene on major topics in physics, to meet the Nobel Prize laureates David Gross (2004) and Gerard ít Hooft (1999) as well as other participants in the 2005 Solvay Conference, and to ask them your questions about the Universe.
Pre-registration is now closed as 900 participants have registered for the conference. Please note that we cannot guarantee that people who did not register will have access to the conference rooms on Sunday 4 December. However, the scientists' speeches and the publicís contributions will be broadcast on the conference web site.
You may also send us your questions about the Universe.
If your question is selected, you will have the possibility to personally address the panel of scientists chaired by David Gross.
Should you wish to raise a question, please fill in the form.
* Contest "one day journalist" for secondary school students.
In addition to sending their questions, secondary school students are also invited to become "one day journalists". They are encouraged to send us their report of the conference , and the best ones will be published.