19-20 November 2014
Europe/Rome timezone
The 6th ET Symposium was hosted by the LMA laboratory in Lyon, in the ISA building. The first day and the morning of the second day were devoted to the progresses of the ET project, whereas the afternoon of the 20th of November was organized as a workshop on coatings for 2G+ and 3G GW detectors. Partial travel and accommodation support was supplied (mainly) to students (see registration pages).
LMA lab visit:
LMA lab visit: two lab visits were organized, one on Tuesday 18th at 5pm, and 
the other one on Friday 21st at 9am. Here it is the Doodle.
Coating Workshop: you can find here few slides that introduced the topic and anticipated the discussion.
SeeVogh coordinates were distributed to allow the remote participants to follow the symposium.
There was a computer to broadcast the presentations on internet (the speakers brought their contribution and uploaded it on that computer).
There were also posters, printed on paper.
There was a wifi in place with individual account for those who do not have an eduroam account.

Dates: from 19 November 2014 09:00 to 20 November 2014 22:30
Timezone: Europe/Rome
Location: Lyon
ISA building,
5 , rue de la Doua, 69100 Villeurbanne, France
Room: Conference Room of ISA (Institut des Sciences Analytiques)
Chairs: Punturo, Michele
Lueck, Harald
Cagnoli, Geppo
Material: Slides
Additional info:
Supporting Institution: the 6th ET Symposium was fully supported by the Lyon Intitute of Origins (LIO - link: http://lio.universite-lyon.fr/).
Organising Institutions: EGO, LIO, LMA
Map with the main lines of metro and tram. You can also find the most relevant places for participants.
University Campus Map
The Institut des Sciences Analytiques (ISA)
This is a joint initiative ELiTES, ET R&D, GraWIToN.
Local contact person: Dr. Gianpietro Cagnoli, g.cagnoli@lma.in2p3.fr.