Archivi tag: standard model

European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics

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. The latest conferences in this series were held in Stockholm, Grenoble, Krakow, Manchester, Lisbon and Aachen. Continua a leggere European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics

Annunci

Rencontres de Blois on Particle Physics and Cosmology

Particle Physics and Cosmology will emphasize the increasing interplay between high energy accelerator based physics and cosmology. The conference will consist of plenary sessions for invited in depth oral presentations (review talks and talks on specific specialised topics), and contributed papers, in the form of relatively short talks. Continua a leggere Rencontres de Blois on Particle Physics and Cosmology

Off-the-Beaten-Track Dark Matter and Astrophysical Probes of Fundamental Physics

The workshop will bring together experimental, observational and theoretical communities, in the fields of astro-particle physics, early universe cosmology and dark matter searches and phenomenology. Continua a leggere Off-the-Beaten-Track Dark Matter and Astrophysical Probes of Fundamental Physics

Tests of Fundamental Symmetries

“Tests of Fundamental Symmetries” is a one-day workshop organized jointly by the APS Topical Group on Precision Measurements and Fundamental Constants and the Few-body Topical Group. It will take place in Baltimore, MD on April 10, 2015–the day before the APS April meeting (APR15) begins. It will be held at the Baltimore Convention Center, the site of APR15. The goal of the workshop is to survey forefront efforts in searches for time-reversal and parity violation.  Continua a leggere Tests of Fundamental Symmetries

Top at Twenty

The “Top at Twenty” workshop is dedicated to the celebration of 20 years since the top quark discovery at Fermilab in 1995. Speakers from all experiments capable of studying top quark, ATLAS, CDF, CMS and DZero, will present the most recent results of the top quark studies based on Run II of the Tevatron and Run I of the LHC. Continua a leggere Top at Twenty

Probing the Fundamental Nature of Spacetime with the Renormalization Group

Renormalization group methods are a key element of theoretical particle physics and may also be central for constructing a fundamental theory of gravity, e.g., based on Weinberg’s asymptotic safety conjecture. The aim of this program is to bring together theorists and phenomenologists in order to discuss ideas related to the application of the renormalization group in quantum gravity and the consequences of asymptotic safety for cosmology, black holes and a possible ultraviolet completion of the standard model of particle physics including gravity. Continua a leggere Probing the Fundamental Nature of Spacetime with the Renormalization Group

DARK MALT

In almost a century of progress, particle Dark Matter (DM) remains the single, most powerful physics concept able to explain otherwise anomalous observations on all cosmological scales, from motions of stars in the solar neighbourhood to its imprint on the horizon of the observable Universe.
Continua a leggere DARK MALT

Beyond ΛCDM

The aim of this conference is to survey the successes and shortcomings of the standard ΛCDM cosmological model, and to decide which theoretical and observational directions beyond ΛCDM will be the most fruitful over the coming decade. Continua a leggere Beyond ΛCDM

Present and Future Neutrino Physics

The recent discovery of a non-zero mixing angle θ13 by reactor neutrino disappearance experiments has initiated the precision era of lepton flavor physics.  Therefore it is timely to identify strategies to determine the remaining parameters of the three active neutrinos, such as the neutrino mass hierarchy and the leptonic Dirac CP phase.  Continua a leggere Present and Future Neutrino Physics

Hunting for dark matter with HADES

Nonostante il 96% dell’Universo sia costituito principalmente da materia scura ed energia scura, non siamo ancora in grado di capire qual è la loro origine e natura. Alcuni astrofisici che ricercano le particelle come potenziali candidati della materia scura hanno escluso dalla lista il cosiddetto “fotone scuro” o “bosone U” grazie ad una serie di esperimenti condotti da HADES del Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) in collaborazione con altri 17 istituti europei. Questi risultati negativi potrebbero portare a cambiamenti radicali nel modello standard della fisica delle particelle.

Continua a leggere Hunting for dark matter with HADES