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Conference in March 2014

  1. Feb 5, 2014 #1
    I have just heard some good news that I will get funds to join a conference/meeting/workshop.
    This event must be held until the end of March.

    I am interested in any event on nuclear/high energy physics.
    Preferably I would like it to be on intrumentation/detectors but there is a flexibility on that matter.

    I've searched on google but I wasn't able to find something.

    Do you have something in mind?
    Or is there a relevant site to search for conferences, workshops and meetings?

    Thank you very much in advance.
     
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  3. Feb 5, 2014 #2

    marcus

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    If you mean it must be held BEFORE THE END of March, then this conference might work for you:

    Here is the program:
    https://agenda.infn.it/getFile.py/access?resId=0&materialId=3&confId=7102 [Broken]

    It goes from 24 February to around 1 March. It is in beautiful mountains in North Italy, near Mont Blanc.
    It is international, with some days on LHC Particle physics and some on Astroparticle physics (like neutrino detectors, and detectors in orbit.)
    You must act quickly because officially today is the last day for registration.
    https://agenda.infn.it/conferenceDisplay.py?confId=7102

    Les Rencontres de Physique de La Vallée d'Aoste
    La Thuile 23 February - 2 March, 2014
    PRELIMINARY SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME
    Monday, February 24
    I. Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics
    8.30 - 12.00
    1.
    News from Planck
    Paolo Natoli, Ferrara
    2.
    Results from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer on the ISS
    Roberto Battiston, Trento
    3.
    An extreme point of view: the Fermi Gamma-Ray Sky
    Sara Buson, Padova
    4.
    Recent Results from ICECube
    Jan Auffenberg, Aachen
    5.
    Neutrino physics beyond oscillation measurements
    Silvia Pascoli, Durham
    6.
    Recent results from GERDA
    Matteo Agostini, Munich
    7.
    Borexino. Latest achievements and prospects
    Grzegorz Zuzel, Krakov
    II. Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics - continued
    16.30-18:30
    1.
    Recent Results from T2K
    Taritree Wongjirad, Duke
    2.
    Recent Results from Daya Bay
    Viktor Pec, Prague
    3.
    Double Chooz status and recent results
    Cécile Jollet-Meregaglia, Strassburg
    4.
    Neutrino mixing: a theoretical overview
    Davide Meloni, Roma
    Young Scientists Forum
    18.30-19.00
    1.
    Progress in the Neural Network Parton Distributions
    Stefano Carrazza, Milano
    2.
    The QWeak Experiment
    Emmanouil Kargiantoulakis, Virginia
    Tuesday, February 25
    III. Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics - continued
    8.30-10.30
    1.
    Dark Matter searches: CDMS
    Nader Mirabolfathi, Berkeley
    2.
    DARK Matter Searches: LUX
    Kevin O'Sullivan, Yale
    3.
    Dark matter XENON
    Francesco Arneodo, Abu Dhabi
    4.
    Dark Matter: Theory vs. Experiments
    Laura Covi, Gottingen
    5.
    Recent Results from COGENT
    Speaker TBA
    IV. QCD and Heavy Flavour
    10:30-11:30
    1.
    Central Exclusive Production at CDF
    Mike Albrow, Fermilab
    2.
    Recent Results from TOTEM on rho and elastic and total cross section at the LHC
    Nicola Turini, Siena
    3.
    Testable upper and lower bound on Rho Re/Im forward scattering amplitude
    Nicola Khuri, Rockefeller
    IV. QCD and Heavy Flavour - continued
    16.30-18.45
    1.
    QCD studies with CMS
    Daniele Fasanella, Bologna
    2.
    QCD at ATLAS
    Monika Wielers, CERN
    3.
    Theoretical progress in QCD
    Juan Rojo, CERN
    4.
    Heavy flavor production & spectroscopy ATLAS
    Patrick Jussel, Innsbruck
    5.
    Heavy flavor production & spectroscopy CMS
    Sara Fiorendi, Milano
    
    6.
    Production and Spectroscopy of Heavy Flavours at LHCb
    Dmytro Volyanskyy , Heidelberg-MPI
    Young Scientists Forum
    18.45-20:00
    1.
    Rare di-leptonic Bs decays at LHCb
    Alessandro Mordà, Marseille-CPPM
    2.
    Ks decays at LHCb
    Carla Marin Benito, Barcelona
    3.
    Improvement in Jet Energy Resolution for an H →bb at D0
    Savanna Shaw, Michigan
    4.
    Testing the new physics scale in the Bs system
    Cristiano Alpigiani , London
    5.
    Performance of the b-jet identification in ATLAS
    Jelena Jovicevic, Geneva
    Wednesday, February 26
    V. Flavour Physics
    8.30-11.30
    1.
    Studies of conventional and exotic charmonium at BABAR
    Speaker TBA
    2.
    Highlights on the recent BESIII results
    Speaker TBA
    3.
    Excited B at the Tevatron
    Manuel Kambeitz, Karlsruhe
    4.
    Flavour Physics: SM vs. New Physics
    David Straub, Munich
    5.
    Latest Results on Rare Decays from LHCb
    Justine Serrano, Marseille – CPPM
    6.
    Studies of hadronic B decays at LHCb
    Christopher Jones, Cambridge
    7.
    CP Violation in the B and D Systems
    Marta Calvi, Milano
    V. Flavour Physics - continued
    16:15 - 17:15
    1.
    The B→K*ll puzzle
    Joaqim Matias, Barcelona
    2.
    Anomalous Muon Production at D0
    Guennadi Borissov, Lancaster
    VI. Electroweak and Top Physics
    17:15- 18:40
    1.
    Diboson and EWK Physics at ATLAS
    Anja Simone Vest, Dresden
    2.
    Diboson and EWK Physics at CMS
    Alicia Calderon Tazon, Cantabria
    3.
    Top production including single top at CMS
    Carmen Diez Pardos, DESY
    4.
    Top Production including single top at ATLAS
    Francesco Spano, London
    Young Scientists Forum
    18:40 - 20:00
    1.
    Afb in ttbar dilepton
    Ziqing Hong, Texas
    2.
    ttbar dilepton asymmetry at D0
    Antoine Chapelain, Saclay
    3.
    Search for WH/ZH, H→at CMS
    Cecile Sarah Caillol, Bruxelles
    4.
    Search for H→bb at CMS
    Silvio Donato, Pisa
    5.
    Higgs properties with H->ZZ->4l in ATLAS
    Richard David Mudd
    Thursday, February 27
    VII. Top Physics
    8.30-11.30
    1.
    Single top→Tevatron
    Craig Group, Virginia
    2.
    Top properties al Tevatron
    Frederic Deliot, CEA
    3.
    Top properties including mass CMS
    Yuan Chao, Taiwan
    4.
    Top Properties including mass ATLAS
    Alexander Grohsjean, DESY
    5.
    On the determination of the top-quark mass
    Alexander Mitov, CERN
    6.
    Top quarks as a probe of New Physics
    Cedric Delaunay, Annecy
    Special Session: Honoring the 80th Birthday of Giorgio Bellettini
    16.30-17.30
    1.
    The ISR years
    Mike Albrow, Fermilab
    2.
    The Summer Student at Fermilab Programme
    Giorgio Chiarelli, Pisa
    3.
    Tevatron legacy
    Costas Vellidis, Fermilab
    Round TABLE: Which facilities to understand neutrinos?
    
    17.30-19:30
    Sergio Bertolucci, CERN - Jun Cao, IHEP - Fernando Ferroni, INFN - Regina Rameika, Fermilab - Atsuto Suzuki (TBC) - Francesco Vissani, LNGS - Clarence J. Virtue, SNO
    Friday, February 28
    VIII. Higgs Physics
    8.30-11.30
    1.
    Higgs properties
    Bob Hirosky, Virginia Univeristy
    2.
    Higgs into Fermions at ATLAS
    Dimitris Varouchas, Paris
    3.
    Higgs into Fermions at CMS
    Joshua James Swanson, Brown
    4.
    Higgs Properties at ATLAS
    Magda Anna Chelstowska, Michigan
    5.
    Higgs Properties at CMS
    Jean-Baptiste Sauvan, LLR
    6.
    Higgs physics beyond the SM
    Matthias Neubert, Mainz
    7.
    Can we call h125 the “SM Higgs”?
    Roberto Contino, CERN
    IX. Searching for New Physics
    16:30 – 19:15
    1.
    Search for Supersymmetry at ATLAS
    Elisa Musto, Technion
    2.
    Search for Supersymmetry at CMS
    Henning Flaecher, Bristol
    3.
    SUSY: theory vs. Experiments
    Marcela Carena
    4.
    Search for Physics Beyond the Standard Model (non SUSY) at ATLAS
    Antonio Boveia, Chicago
    5.
    Searches for Physics Beyond the Standard Model (non SUSY) at CMS
    Louis James Antonelli, Ohio
    6.
    Testing the muon g-2 anomaly in the electron sector
    Francesco Terranova, Milano
    6.
    New Physics in the Flavor Sector
    Andreas Crivellin, CERN
    Young Scientists Forum
    19:15 - 19:45
    1.
    Invisible Higgs CDF
    Cristiana Principato, FNAL
    2
    Heavy Resonances in II at CMS
    Thomas Reis, Bruxelles
    Saturday, March 1
    X. Perspectives
    9:00 – 11:00
    1.
    Status of the LHC
    Speaker TBA
    2.
    Status Report from BELLE2
    Speaker TBA
    3.
    Back to the future: beyond the LHC
    Michelangelo Mangano, CERN
    
     
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  4. Feb 5, 2014 #3

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    Here are 3 conferences that take place in the second half of March:

    49th Rencontres de Moriond on Cosmology
    15-22 Mar 2014. La Thuile, Italy
    C14-03-15, Contributions
    http://moriond.in2p3.fr/
    Detailed record

    49th Rencontres de Moriond on QCD and High Energy Interactions
    22-29 Mar 2014. La Thuile, Italy
    C14-03-22, Contributions
    http://moriond.in2p3.fr/
    Detailed record

    49th Rencontres de Moriond on Electroweak Interactions and Unified Theories
    15-22 Mar 2014. La Thuile, Italy
    C14-03-15.1, Contributions
    http://moriond.in2p3.fr/
    Detailed record

    For the links, go here:
    http://inspirehep.net/search?cc=Conferences&ln=en&jrec=26&p=d+2014

    this gives a list of conferences to be held this year. Scroll down to numbers 48 and 49 of the list.
     
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