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 7th Young Researchers Workshop:
Monday 11th and Thursday 14th, 16:30-18:00.
- Two discussion sessions:
Tuesday 12th and Friday 15th, 16:30-18:00.
- The Spring School Colloquium on Science and Technology:
Tuesday 12th, 18:00-19:00.
For the detailed timetable of the School program see the schedule.
|Topic|| No. of
|Flavour physics and CP violation in the quark sector||2||Jernej Kamenik
(J. Stefan Inst.
& Ljubljana U.)
|Flavour physics in the charged-lepton sector||1||Giovanni Marco Pruna
|Out-of-equilibrium phenomena in the Early Universe||2||Kimmo Kainulainen
|QCD and jets at colliders||2||Matteo Cacciari (LPTHE
& Paris 7 U.)
|Experimental heavy flavour physics||2||Marie-Helene Schune
|Flavour physics measurements with charged leptons||1||Alberto Lusiani
(Scuola Normale Superiore
& INFN Pisa)
|Exploiting the finest details of the Cosmic Microwave Background: experimental challenges||1||Paolo De Bernardis (Sapienza U.
& INFN Rome)
|Precise Big Bang nucleosynthesis||1||Alain Coc (IJCLab Orsay)|
|The next collider at the energy frontier: from accelerator and detector technology to the scientific programme||2||Marcel Vos
(IFIC & CSIC & Valencia U.)
Other EventsSpring School Colloquium on Science and Technology Brave New Worlds:
Discovery and Characterizazion of Planets
Beyond our Solar System Daniel Bayliss University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Further information on this workshop can be found here.