The 10th International workshop on Very High Energy Particle Astronomy
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The International workshop on Very High Energy Particle Astronomy (VHEPA) aims at a comprehensive understanding of the high energy universe with a focus on multi-messenger astronomy and astro-particle physics. The workshop brings together experts in cosmic-ray and high energy neutrino physics, and young researchers who are interested in joining this emerging field.
Previous VHEPA workshops have been held at Kashiwa, Honolulu, Hilo and Taipei.
The 10th International Workshop on Very High Energy Particle Astronomy in 2019 (VHEPA2019), will be held at the Institute for Cosmic Ray Research (ICRR) on the Kashiwa Campus of The University of Tokyo, Japan, February 18-20, 2019. The purpose of the workshop is to discuss prospects for PeV and EeV astroparticle physics in the multiple messenger era following recent observations and future projects in the field of Very High Energy Particle Astrophysics.
We welcome your active participation and your attendance from all of you.
International Advisory Committee:
F. Halzen、K.-H. Kampert、T. Kifune、T. Yanagida
T. Browder、D. Marfatia、R. Mussa
Local Organizing Committee:
M. Ibe、S. Ogawa、M. Sasaki