August 21-26, 2006




General Information

The 2006 DØ Workshop will be held in Manchester, UK, and is jointly organised by Imperial College London, the University of Lancaster and the University of Manchester. Workshop sessions will start on Monday, August 21st and run through Saturday, August 26th.

  • Registration Fee:

    The workshop registration fee is 165 Pounds (after July 1: 175 Pounds). This includes: Conference sessions, coffee & tea, welcome reception, conference dinner, excursion, conference materials, wireless access, present.

    You can pay the registration fee by

    • Wire Transfer:

      Please quote 'CA00315' and the name of the participant (or group) on your payment. This is important so that your payment can be identified.

      Bank: National Westminster Bank Plc
      Branch: Deansgate, Manchester, M3 2BG
      Sort Code: 01:05:31
      Account Name: University of Manchester
      Account Number: 02611813
      IBAN: GB64NWBK01053102611813

      A simple and cheap way to wire money internationally is XETRADE (always use EFT option for US accounts).

    • Credit Card:

      Fill out the Credit Card Form ( .doc) and fax it to +44-161-273-5867 (from US: 011-44-161-273-5867). You need to use British Pounds on the form.

    • UK cheque (not US):

      Make the cheque payable to the University of Manchester and send it to the contact address.

    • Cash:

      Cash payments will be accepted at the registration (late registration fee 175 Pounds), but we ask participants to use one of the other methods of payment if possible.

  • Lunches:

    There are a large number of restaurants and cafeterias on the University Campus where you can eat lunch (price range 4-8 Pounds). Lunches are not included in the workshop fee.

  • Currency:

    The current exchange rates for one British Pound are about 1.46 Euro, 1.82 US-$ and 2.04 CDN-$.

  • Visa Requirements:

    No visa required for EU, US and Canadian citizens. For more information please consult the Home Office web pages. The UK is not a Schengen state and Schengen visa are not valid. Please contact soldner@fnal.gov if you need an invitation to the workshop.

  • Climate:

    The mean temperature in Manchester in August is 16 Celsius or 61 Fahrenheit (more details).



  Organised by Imperial College London, the University of Lancaster and the University of Manchester