YETI 2018: Flavours and Resonances: What has the LHC done for us?

Europe/London
Callum Brodie (Oxford), David G. Cerdeño (IPPP, Durham University), Dwayne Spiteri (Glasgow University), Gabriela Pomery (Bristol University), Gediminas Šarpis (Manchester University), Jacob Rawling (University of Manchester), Lorenzo Capriotti (The University of Manchester), Olivier Lennon (Oxford), Patrick Tunney (Kings College), Vasilis Konstantinides (UCL)
Description

The topic of this year school is LHC Firsts. If you ever wondered "What has the LHC ever done for us?" this is your school! We will review the phenomenology at colliders and the interesting phenomena of flavour physics.

 

The YETI school serves to promote interaction between theorists and experimentalists at the early career stage and to encourage interest in phenomenology. YETI aims to give a pedagogical introduction to a particular area of topical interest in particle physics. A key feature is the hands-on sessions in the afternoons.

Instructions for flavio
Instructions for GAMBIT
Poster
Participants
  • Alastair Wickens
  • Alexander Mitchell-Lister
  • Alexander Titterton
  • Alison Tully
  • Andrew Blance
  • Augustinas Malinauskas
  • Baptiste Ravina
  • Ben Meiring
  • Benjamin Percival
  • Blaise R. Delaney
  • Candice Basson
  • Chris Flett
  • Chris Parkes
  • Christos Vlahos
  • Dana Bobulska
  • Daniel Hatton
  • Daniel Locke
  • David G. Cerdeño
  • Donatas Zaripovas
  • Dries Seynaeve
  • Dumitru Dan Smaranda
  • Dwayne Spiteri
  • Dónal Murray
  • Fabrice Desse
  • Gabriel Gallardo
  • Gabriela Pomery
  • Gareth Williams
  • Gavin Pownall
  • Gediminas Sarpis
  • George Lovell
  • Georgios Chatzikonstantinidis
  • Greig Cowan
  • Hannah Pullen
  • Henry Day-Hall
  • Ifan Williams
  • Jacob Rawling
  • James Cowley
  • James Mead
  • James Richings
  • James Whitehead
  • Jennifer Zonneveld
  • Jesse Liu
  • Jiajia Qin
  • John Smeaton
  • Joseph Bullock
  • Kareem Farrag
  • Kayleigh Thomson
  • Kevin Kwok
  • Kristian Zarebski
  • Lauren Douglas
  • Lorenzo Capriotti
  • Luigi Marchese
  • maria laura piscopo
  • Martha Hilton
  • Matous Vozak
  • Matthew Kirk
  • Matthew Russell
  • Michael E. Nelson
  • Migle Stankaityte
  • Mikkel Bjoern
  • Murdo Traill
  • Nicolas Scharmberg
  • Olivier Lennon
  • Parisa Gregg
  • Patrick Tunney
  • Raja Gul
  • Ryan Calladine
  • Sam Rowley
  • Sandra Kvedaraite
  • Shanzhen Chen
  • Simon King
  • Simone Bifani
  • Slavomira Stefkova
  • Stefan Richter
  • Stephen Brown
  • Svjetlana Fajfer
  • Tarso Franarin
  • Tega Edo
  • Thibaud Humair
  • Thomas Charman
  • Tom Steudtner
  • Vasilis Konstantinides
  • Vinicius Franco Lima
  • Wei Liu
  • Wendy Gray
  • Xuesong Liu
  • Ying-Rui Hou
    • 14:00 19:00
      Arrival 5h
    • 19:00 20:00
      Dinner 1h

      Dinner

    • 09:00 10:00
      Test of Effective Field Theories at the LHC
      Convener: Sebastian Jaeger (Sussex U)
    • 10:00 11:00
      New Resonances
      Convener: Antonio Augusto Alves Jr (University of Cincinnati)
      slides
    • 11:00 11:30
      Coffee Break 30m
    • 11:30 12:30
      Exotics at the LHC
      Convener: Greig Cowan (Edinburgh)
      slides
    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 14:00 15:00
      Lepton Universality Violation
      Convener: Simone Bifani (University College Dublin)
      slides
    • 15:00 18:00
      Flavio Workshop: Workshop Introduction and Practical Session
      Convener: Dr David Straub (TUM Faculty of Physics)
      slides
    • 16:00 16:20
      Coffee 20m
    • 18:30 20:00
      Dinner 1h 30m
    • 09:00 10:00
      Lepton Universality Theory
      Convener: Svjetlana Fajfer (Jozef Stefan Institute)
      slides
    • 10:00 11:00
      Top Physics at the LHC
      Convener: Yvonne Peters (University of Manchester)
      slides
    • 11:00 11:30
      Coffee Break 30m
    • 11:30 12:30
      In Memoriam: Theories Killed by the LHC
      Convener: Christoph Englert (Glasgow)
      slides
    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch 1h 30m
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