The Top Quark Symposium

April 7-8, 2005
Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

The Top Quark Symposium will bring together many experimental and theoretical physicists with expertise in top quark physics for an intensive two-day discussion on the heaviest known elementary particle. Talks and discussion will range from how to best measure the top quark's properties to the implications of a heavy top quark for beyond the Standard Model theories.

All physicists are welcome to attend. There is no registration fee; however, we request that attendees email letting us know your name and institution so we can make a conference badge for you. 

Symposium Organizers

David Gerdes (Michigan) 
Aurelio Juste (FNAL) 
Pierre Ramond (Florida) 
James Wells (Michigan/MCTP)

Confirmed Plenary Speakers

Symposium contact: Angela Milliken