From January through March each year, the Aspen Center for Physics hosts between six and eight one-week winter conferences. These single-session meetings, with a typical attendance of about 80, are focused on the latest developments in the core physics areas of the Center. The details of the format vary, but most have a set of invited speakers, additional speakers drawn from the conference participants, and poster sessions that give an opportunity for all participants to present and discuss their work. Participation in a winter conference is by application only. Please use the below links for general information about the conferences, the Center, and your stay in Aspen.

“I have witnessed several times when discussions during regular discussion sessions at the Center or during skiing on the lift, or during hikes have turned into papers.”

– Andrey Kravstov