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  CET   CST   PST   Taipei   programme  
  12:00   5:00 am   3:00 am   7:00 pm   Opening from CERN, Geneva
- Best of World Year of Physics 
- Live connection with  Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Egypt: Why Einstein?
 
  12:30   5:30 am   3:30 am   7:30 pm   National Science Education Center Taipei: Einstein and High-Tech  
  13:15   6:15 am   4:15 am   8:15 pm  

Special Initiative  Newton in the Atlas detector at CERN

 
  13:30   6:30 am   4:30 am   8:30 pm   Following the path of Einstein's life through Bern, Pavia, Milan and Berlin  
  14:20   7:20 am   5:20 am   9:20 pm   Einstein was a refugee: "Refugees have a lot to give. Einstein was a refugee"
With UNHCR, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
 
  14:50   7:50 am   5:50 am   9:50 pm   Bloomfield Science Museum, Jerusalem : How did Einstein's 1905 papers affected the way we see the world today.  
  15:30   8:30 am   6:30 am   10:30 pm   VENICE - Telecom Future Centre:  Pirelli Relativity Challenge Awards  
  16:00   9:00 am   7:00 am   11:00 pm   Back to CERN, The Theory of Relativity & beyond  
  16:50   9:50 am   7:50 am   11:50 pm   Video conference with Science Centre, Vanta Finland (remaining for Q/A)  
  17:00   10:00 am   8:00 am   12:00 am   Q&A on Relativity and videoconference with Industrion Kerkrade Holland  
  17:10   10:10 am   8:10 am   12:10 am   The SOLVAY Conference 2005, Hotel Metropole, Brussels: Nobel Laureates Physics Murray Gell-Mann, David Gross, and Gerard T’Hooft live for Q/A  
  17:35   10:35 am   8:35 am   12:35 am   The birth of the Internet and the Web with Kirstein in London and Robert Cailliau at CERN  
  17:45   10:45 am   8:45 am   12:45 am   Imperial College, London UK: THE GRID, hosted by Gareth Mitchell  
  18:15   11:15 am   9:15 am   1:15 am   Q&A on Internet, Web and the Grid  
  18:30   11:30 am   9:30 am   1:30 am   Imperial College, London UK: Neutrinos  
  19:00   12:00 pm   10:00 am   2:00 am   Q&A on Neutrinos with live connection to:
Ice Cube experiment, South Pole
 
  19:30   12:30 pm   10:30 am   2:30 am   Musical Entertainment: GRID sonifications  
  19:45   12:45 pm   10:45 am   2:45 am   Nanostructures from NCCR Nanoscale science, Basel  
  20:00   1:00 pm   11:00 am   3:00 am   The three top mysteries left over by Einstein from CERN
Videoconference with:
- VIRGO experiment at European Gravitational Observatory, Pisa
- CMB experiment South Pole Antartica

Announcement of Apple Computer quiz winners
 
  21:00   2:00 pm   12:00 pm   4:00 am   Fermilab, Chicago USA: The Late Show with Leon Lederman followed by Q/A with Fermilab and CERN  
  22:45   3:45 pm   1:45 pm   5:45 am   Hobart, Tasmania: Time Travel, with Paul Davies (8h45 am on Dec. 2)  
  23:00   4:00 pm   2:00 pm   6:00 am   Antimatter at CERN  
  23:05   4:05 pm   2:05 pm   6:05 am   Exploratorium, San Francisco USA: Antimatter (with SLAC)  followed by Q/A with SLAC scientists at the Exploratorium and CERN antimatter experts  
  00:00   5:00 pm   3:00 pm   7:00 am   Conclusion & announcement of Cisco quiz winner.