Florence, Florence… March 26, 2010Posted by apetrov in Near Physics, Particle Physics, Physics, Science.
I’m finishing up my 2.5-week stay in Florence at the Galileo Galilei Institute of Theoretical Physics
(or just GGI). Florence is a nice place to visit, so many people find it hard to not to go into the city to see Uffizi Gallery (if you can get in), Duomo — or sit in your office and calculate. Of course, famous Tuscan cuisine does not help. I managed to spent the weekends taking in the cultural heritage of the city and weekdays – taking in the latest in flavor physics.
I’ll blog more about physics and culture of Florence once I get back to Michigan over the weekend. But for now, let me point you to the final conference of this extended workshop that just ended: http://ggi-www.fi.infn.it//index.php?p=schedule.inc&idev=63