The 13th International Workshop on Top Quark Physics (TOP 2020) will bring together experimentalists and theorists to present and discuss the latest developments in top-quark physics. This year's meeting will be an on-line conference with support provided by IPPP Durham. The programme includes a mini-workshop entitled "Jets in top physics: substructure, tagging and machine learning".
Young scientists are especially encouraged to participate, and there will be a poster session as well as a block of short plenary talks in the "Young Scientist Forum'', allowing them to present their work.
Please note that all times correspond to CERN time. Presenters with standard 30 minute talks should speak for 25 minutes or less, leaving at least 5 minutes for questions.
The conference will be held on Zoom; information about how to join, and detailed instructions for participants, speakers, and session chairs is in the "Zoom Instructions" menu link.