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(UCL), Daniel Maitre
(IPPP), David d'Enterria
(CERN), Jeppe Andersen
This topical workshop will bring together experts from the theory and experimental community to discuss recent progress in the theoretical descriptions and the latest experimental measurements. Topics discussed will include
Predictions for jet-multiplicity observables
Dynamics beyond FO+PS in the jet data
Jets vetoes and multiplicities in Dijet-systems, Top processes, V+jets, and other Higgs-related measurements
The workshop will start at the IPPP on Wednesday July 16th, in the afternoon and will finish after lunch on Friday 18th.
There will be a number of invited overview talks showcasing the latest measurements and the developments in the theoretical description of jet vetoes and jet multiplicity observables. In particular, there will be ample time for discussions to identify where further progress is necessary.