KEK Theory Meeting (KEK-PH2017)

KEK Theory Meeting (KEK-PH2017)
on Particle Physics Phenomenology;
Feb. 14 (Tue) – Feb. 17 (Fri) 2017,
KEK building 3 1F, Seminar Hall

The annual Theory Meeting on Particle Physics Phenomenology
(KEK-PH2017) will be held at KEK, Feb. 14 (Tue) – Feb. 17 (Fri), 2017.

The deadline for the registration is Jan. 5 (Thu.), 2017.

This meeting covers many topics in particle physics phenomenology,
from the Standard Model and models beyond the Standard Model to
particle cosmology and astrophysics. We aim to discuss recent
developments in particle physics theories and learn about the latest
results and status of various ongoing and planned experiments.

Meeting program includes review talks by invited speakers
and short talks by participants. All the talks will be
given in English. We aim to provide an opportunity, not only for
experts but also for master/Ph.D course students, to learn recent
developments in particle physics phenomenology and to activate
intensive discussions.
In case of too many applications for short talks, we are planning to
have poster sessions.

Invited speakers and topics are planned as follows (still tentative):

Marco Ciuchini (INFN, Rome3)
Zoltan Fodor (Wuppertal U.)
Steen Hannestad (Aarhus, Denmark)
Anson Hook (Stanford U., ITP)
Seyda Ipek (Fermilab)
Ayuki Kamada (IBS)
John Kearney (Fermilab)
Mariangela Lisanti (Princeton U.)
Zhen Liu (Fermilab)
Michele Redi (INFN, Florence)
Raymond R. Volkas (ARC, CoEPP, Melbourne)
LianTao Wang (Chicago U.)
Ian Low (ANL, Northwestern U.)

* Belle/Belle II : Tomoyuki Konno (KEK)
* g-2 : TBA
* T2K : Son Cao (Kyoto U.)

Workshop fees:
Coffee and snacks : 300 yen
Banquet : 3,000 yen (tentative) (Banquet will be held on Feb.15 (Wed.))

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