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KMI2017
KMI2017 5-7 January 2017 Nagoya University, Japan

The Kobayashi-Maskawa Institute for the Origin of Particles and the Universe (KMI) was established in 2010 to explore new frontiers of modern physics, which are beyond the Standard Model, by integrating the wisdom from various fields, such as theoretical and experimental particle physics, theoretical and observational astrophysics, mathematical physics, etc. The aim of this symposium is to review the status and prospect of the cutting-edge researches in relevant fields, and to develop the interdisciplinary researches to approach the origin of particles and the Universe. The highlight of KMI2017 is to bring the most recent results together, as well as to discuss the mysteries of Dark Universe, such as the dark matter problem.

KMI2013
KMI2013 11-13 December, 2013 Nagoya University, Japan
The mission of the Kobayashi-Maskawa Institute for the Origin of Particles and the Universe (KMI) is to explore new frontiers of modern physics which would solve the fundamental problems in the physics of elementary particles and the universe. KMI integrates the wisdom from various fields, such as theoretical and experimental particle physics, theoretical and observational astrophysics, mathematical physics. About four years from the foundation in April 2010, the KMI International Symposium 2013 on "Quest for the Origin of Particles and the Universe" (KMI 2013) is organized to publish and spread the academic fruits in KMI and simultaneously to discuss the future plan for KMI.