The HiggsTools Final Meeting will be held in Durham, at the Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology. As this is the closure meeting for this network, there will be talks from each working group presenting the research achieved by the network. The proceedings will be published as a volume in Acta Physica Polonica. There will also be meetings of the Supervisory, Training and Research Boards.
Alongside the ESRs presenting their own work, one of the leaders of each WG will give an overview of what the WG has achieved.
Accommodation for the participants will be provided at Collingwood College. The accommodation fee of 400GBP will cover all meals and accommodation in the college. The Conference Dinner will be held in Durham Castle.
The conference fee is 200GBP and will cover the costs of the proceedings and associated partners.
The author's name, initials, affiliation, and address should be given. The manuscript should be as concise as possible with an abstract not exceeding 200 words. One should avoid detailed derivations of mathematical expressions and formulae. It is generally sufficient to indicate the method of treatment and the final results. Figures must be of a quality good enough for printing. In general, scanned figures and pictures copied straight from the computer screen are not acceptable. Articles are printed in black and white, but the web version of the article will be published in colour. Therefore, the figure captions should be clear for both versions. Figures can be printed in colour when they are judged by the Editors to be essential to the presentation. The publisher and the author will each bear part of the extra costs involved. References should conform to the conventions used in Acta Physica Polonica B. Abbreviations should follow conventions of Physics Abstracts (PA). Comments or remarks should be made in footnotes rather than in references.
A Guide to Authors of Papers in Acta Physica Polonica B can be found in a pdf file at Guide to Authors
The transfer of copyright The Transfer of Copyright needs to be signed and collected by Nigel.
Each talk is allocated a maximum of 10 pages.
The deadline for contributions (emailed to Nigel) is 15 November 2017.