Lectures are arranged in slots of 1.5 hours, for a total of 14 slots. Time is equally shared between theoretical and experimental lectures. Theoretical topics are matched to related experimental subjects.
The School program also includes
- Two sessions of the 6th Young Researchers Workshop:
Monday 7th and Thursday 10th, 4.30-6.30pm.
- Two discussion sessions:
Tuesday 8th and Friday 11th, 4.30-6.00pm.
- The Spring School Colloquium on Science and Technology:
Tuesday 8th, 6.00-7.00pm.
For the detailed timetable of the School program see the schedule.
|Topic|| No. of
|Dark Sectors||3|| Maxim Pospelov
(Victoria U. & Perimeter Inst. & CERN)
|Top-quark and Higgs Physics at LHC||2||Fabio Maltoni
(CP3, Louvain Catholic U.)
|Gravitational Waves||2||Chris Van Den Broeck
(NIKHEF Amsterdam & Groningen U.)
|Searches for Axions and Axion-Like Particles||2||Igor Irastorza
|Searches for Dark Photons||1||Venelin Kozhuharov
(Sofia U. & INFN LNF)
|Precise Electroweak, Top and Higgs Physics at LHC||2||Marumi Kado
(Sapienza U., Rome & LAL, IN2P3 & CNRS & Paris Saclay U.)
|Gravitational Waves: Detectors and Data Analysis||2||Giancarlo Cella
Other EventsSpring School Colloquium on Science and Technology The Origin of Life The Incredible Experiments of the Evolution in the Primordial Seas Marco Signore Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn, Naples
Further information on this workshop can be found here.