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This is the annual workshop for the LHCPhenoNet ITN.
The goal of the meeting is to review and to discuss the state-of-the-art and future developments in the research field of higher order perturbative corrections in the Standard Model and beyond, with emphasis on phenomenology at the LHC, and the development of customized open source software for precision physics at colliders.
Topics to be discussed include
Support to Experiments
The workshop will take place at Lumley Castle in Chester-le-Street, a few miles north of Durham.
Arrival is in the afternoon of Monday 19th of March (registration 14:00-16:00), departure is after lunch on Thursday 22nd March 2012.