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The biennial conference focuses on the current status of neutrino physics, its interplay with astronomy and cosmology and the future prospects of these fields. It is organised by the Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. The programme consists of invited plenary talks and contributed poster presentations. Several satellite events take place in the days before and after the conference. The conference takes place in the old town of Heidelberg known for the German Romanticism. It attracts millions of tourists each year. Participants have the opportunity to explore the city on various occasions including the excursion day.