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Workshops, Conferences and Symposia organized by Members of the Particle Physics Group


RADCOR 2017

24-29 September 2017 St. Gilgen

The main theme of the conference is the application of quantum field theory calculations to particle physics phenomenology focused on making high-precision predictions in the high-energy regime covering collider and flavor physics relevant for the LHC era and experiments in the future. Recent developments in theoretical studies of radiative corrections in the framework of the Standard Model and its extensions will be discussed as well as how these results impact the interpretation of available experimental data. Along with this, recent computer-algebraic, combinatorial and mathematical innovations to perform these calculations will be discussed.

Link: RADCOR 2017

12th Vienna Central European Seminar

2016 "Physics of LHC Run-2" has been chosen as topic

The twelfth Vienna Central European Seminar on Particle Physics and Quantum Field Theory takes place from Dec 1st to Dec 2nd at the Natural History Museum Vienna, Maria-Theresien Platz, 1010 Vienna, Austria. Participants will have free access to the Museum’s exhibitions.

At the time of the seminar there is the special exhibition "Wie alles begann. Von Galaxien, Quarks und Kollisionen" covering particle physics and cosmology topics prepared for the public.

Public Lecture (Dec 01 18:30 - 20:00; free entry to the lecture):

Cosmic ripples from black holes and the big bang
Marc Kamionkowski (Johns Hopkins University)

EPS-HEP 2015

22. - 29. July 2015

The European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics (EPS-HEP) is one of the major international conferences that reviews the field every second year since 1971 organized by the High Energy and Particle Physics Divison of the European Physical Society.

In 2015 the EPS-HEP will take place in Vienna, Austria between 22 to 29 July. The conference 2015 is organized by the Institute of High Energy Physics (HEPHY) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, the University of Vienna, Vienna University of Technology and the Stefan-Meyer Institute (SMI) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.


Advances and future of fundamental problems of quantum physics studied at different energies

When? 26. - 27. Februar 2015

Where? Vienna, AIRO hotel, few minutes away from the thermal spa "Oberlaa: THERME WIEN"

Why? This workshop will bring together theoreticians and experimenters working on hot topics of fundamental problems of quantum theory belonging to different domains in physics, i.e. on physical systems at different energy scales.

How to apply? Send an email to Beatrix Hiesmayr

Link: http://www.univie.ac.at/thequantumparticlegroup/COST_Workshop2015.html


Advances and future of fundamental problems of quantum physics studied at different energies

When? 26. - 27. Februar 2015

Where? Vienna, AIRO hotel, few minutes away from the thermal spa "Oberlaa: THERME WIEN"

Why? This workshop will bring together theoreticians and experimenters working on hot topics of fundamental problems of quantum theory belonging to different domains in physics, i.e. on physical systems at different energy scales.

How to apply? Send an email to Beatrix Hiesmayr

Link: http://www.univie.ac.at/thequantumparticlegroup/COST_Workshop2015.html


10th Vienna Central European Seminar

November 28 - November 29

 

After a break of one year this seminar series is continued under the auspices of the Doctoral Program "Particles and Interactions."

This year the topic of new developments in cosmology, inflation and dark matter has been chosen. The talks address the status of cosmological models and discuss possible dark matter candidates from theoretical and experimental perspectives.

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CKM 2014

The International Workshop on the CKM Unitarity Triangle (CKM2014) takes place between Monday, 8th and Friday, 12th September 2014 at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the Vienna University of Technology.

The CKM series is a well-established meeting in the field of quark-flavour physics and provides a venue to both experimentalists and theorists. On the experimental side, we bridge borders between neutron, kaon, charm and B-meson physics. The theory programme tries to cover a wide range of approaches. We will discuss how the combination of experiment and theory can allow searches for physics beyond the Standard Model and consider the interplay of the quark-flavour field with high-pT searches for new physics.

Similar to previous editions, the workshop will be a culmination of the efforts of different working groups. There will also be opening and summary plenary sessions.


ESI Program on Jets and Quantum Fields for LHC and Future Colliders

Jets are one of the most common objects observed in high energy particle collider experiments. They consist of a number very energetic collimated stable hadrons and their distribution and shape can be used to learn about the high-energy process that took place when the initial particles collided. A good understanding of jets is the basis of carrying out measurements at all modern collider experiments such as the Large-Hadron-Collider (LHC) currently taking data at CERN, at B-factories or a future Linear Collider. The intention of the workshop is to have an "Aspen"-type meeting with physicists having a strong theoretical interests in both conceptual and phenomenological aspects of jets.

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Workshop on Precision Measurements of alpha_S

9-11 February 2011
Max Planck Institut für Physik

The idea of this workshop at MPI für Physik is to explore and discuss in depth the determinations of alpha_S(m_Z) in the MSbar scheme from all the key categories where high precision measurements are currently being made. Since alpha_S is important for certain LHC measurements and since there are discrepancies in some determinations, such a workshop certainly seems in order.

Proceedings: http://inspirehep.net/record/981693


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