Group Photo (Click to download a larger version).
LISA Symposium is a series of Conferences which are celebrated
every second year since its first edition in Chilton, near Oxford (UK)
in 1996. The seventh edition was held in Barcelona, 16 to 20 June 2008,
and organised by the Institut
d'Estudis Espacials de Catalunya (IEEC) and the Instituto de Ciencias del Espacio
(ICE-CSIC). The Symposium venue was CosmoCaixa, a remarkable contemporary Science Museum.
The Conference focused on various aspects of LISA,
such as LISA Technology and Design, Astronomy/Astrophysics with LISA,
Cosmology/Fundamental Physics with LISA, Data Analysis and simulations,
LISA PathFinder, and ground-based and other space-based detectors. Plenary talks, contributed talks organised in two parallel sessions, and posters were presented during the Symposium. A fair sample of them has been collected in the Conference Proceedings, jointly published by Classical and Quantum Gravity and Journal of Physics: Conference Series.
The 8th LISA Symposium will be in Stanford --see you there in 2010.