Link to 2014 symposium

Welcome to the LEPTON MOMENTS International Symposium

to be held at the Colonial House Inn

Yarmouthport, Cape Cod, MA

9 - 12 June 2003

The link to Lepton Moments 2006

This Symposium is a sequel to the symposium held at the University of Heidelberg 8-12 June 1999. Topics to be discussed are the electron and muon magnetic moments, and the searches for permanent electric dipole moments of the electron, muon, neutron, deuteron, atoms, and radioactive nuclei. The meeting will begin on Monday morning, June 9th, and end by early afternoon Thursday, June 12th.

The meeting will be held in scenic Yarmouthport, Massachusetts. The purpose of the meeting is to bring together investigators in atomic, nuclear, and particle physics who are interested in pursuing physics beyond the standard model, through precision measurements of anomalous magnetic moments, or through searches for permanent electric dipole moments of elementary systems.

Since space at the conference site is limited, participation is by invitation only. Every attempt will be made to accommodate all requests, but please apply as early as possible. For an invitation please contact the Conference Chair, B. Lee Roberts, at

The conference fee is $185 US, and will be due upon registration at the conference. It can be paid by check, or cash. The fee includes lunch on Monday through Thursday, coffee breaks, dinner on Monday and a reception and banquet on Wednesday. The whale watch excursion is not included in this fee, nor are meals for companions.

Weather: The average temperature on the Cape in June is high 71F / low 56F, so be prepared for cool evenings and pleasant days. Rain is always a possibility. Bring something warm to wear on the whale watch.

The National Science Foundation has provided substantial support to fund the participation of young scientists who otherwise would not be able to attend. All available support is now committed, and 13 young scientists are being supported in part.

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