Cryogenic detectors and materials research in physics and astrophysics (E. Fiorini). Historical Papers on Thermal Detection. Prehistory and future of thermal detectors (T.O. Niinikoski). Cosmic-ray disturbances in thermometry and refrigeration (T.O. Niinikoski). Cryogenic detection of neutrinos? (T.O. Niinikoski, F. Udo). Symposium Papers. WIMPS: A short review (C. Tao). Solar neutrinos with an indium detector (N.E. Booth). The development of Si thermistor detector arrays for a UK matter experiment (C.C. Zammit et al.). Low temperature bolometers in RBS analysis (S. Woiwod et al.). Thermal spectrometry of particles and &ggr;-Rays with cooled composite bolometers of mass up to 25 Grams (N. Coron et al.). Tests of a non-equilibrium phonon detector (T. Peterreins et al.). Low temperature particle detectors for on-line separated and oriented nuclei (J. Wouters et al.). On the dynamical behaviour of superheated superconducting granules used as particle detectors (N. Perrin). On superconducting superheated granules (SSG) devices as double beta decay detectors (A. Larrea et al.). Magnetostatic interactions between superconducting spheres (U. Geigenmüller). Experimental study of dielectric and diamagnetic properties of dispersions of tin superconducting microspheres (B. Mettout et al.). Perspectives in the design of low-noise low-temperature front-end electronics for cryogenic particle detectors (D.V. Camin). High sensitivity silicon bolometers (M.I. Buraschi, G.U. Pignatel). Real time detection of the transition of superconducting grains from normal to superconducting state (R. Bruere-Dawson, P. Espigat). Some speculations and techniques for the detection of dark matter at very low temperatures (M. Chapellier). Heavy ion detection by the transient response of a superconductor (E. Paumier et al.). Development of a magnetic calorimeter for neutrino detection (E. Umlauf, M. Bühler).