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The 9th Franco-Italian meeting on B physics is organized at LAPP, Annecy-le-Vieux , France. We will be glad to welcome you in Annecy on the 18th-19 February 2013. The meeting will be held in the LAPP laboratory from February 18th 8:30 am to February 19th 15:30 pm. The registration deadline is set to 12 February 2013. A free shuttle bus from Geneva airport will be organized in order to match with your arrivals and departure. Other transportation facilities are documented in the travel page. The registration fee amount for 50€, including lunches and the social dinner on the 18th. Wireless connection will be available in the laboratory meeting room.
Located 50 km south of CERN, LAPP (Laboratoire d’Annecy-le-Vieux de Physique des Particules) is very actively involved in several large particle physics international collaborations : BaBar, ATLAS, LHCb, OPERA. Astrophysics subjects are also being studied in experiments like AMS, HESS and Virgo. The future is being prepared with teams working on ILC, CLIC, CTA, SuperB and LHC upgrades. The experimental teams work in close contact with LAPTH, a theory laboratory hosted in the same building.