Lectures are arranged in slots of 1.5 hours, for a total of 14 slots. Time is shared between theoretical and experimental lectures. Theoretical topics are matched to related experimental subjects.

The School program also includes

For the detailed timetable of the School program see the schedule.


Topic No. of
Theory lectures
Quark flavour physics: theory aspects2Diego Guadagnoli
(LAPTH Annecy)
Lepton flavour physics: New Physics and and correlations with the electroweak fits 1Andreas Crivellin
(Zurich U. & PSI, Villigen)
Early Universe Cosmology: Neutrinos, Dark Matter and Baryogenesis2Miguel Escudero Abenza
(TUM Munich)
QCD and jets at colliders2Matteo Cacciari
(LPTHE & Paris 7 U.)
Big Bang nucleosynthesis as a cosmological probe1Gianpiero Mangano
(Naples U. & INFN Naples)
Experimental lectures
Experimental heavy flavour physics 2Marie-Hélène Schune
(IJCLab Orsay)
Flavour physics measurements with charged leptons1Alberto Lusiani
(Scuola Normale Superiore
& INFN Pisa)
Exploiting the finest details of the Cosmic Microwave Background: experimental challenges 1Paolo De Bernardis
(Sapienza U. & INFN Rome)
The next collider at the energy frontier: from accelerator and detector technology to the scientific programme2Marcel Vos
(IFIC & CSIC & Valencia U.)

Other Events

Spring School Colloquium on Science and Technology Brave New Worlds:
Discovery and Characterisation of Planets
Beyond our Solar System
Daniel Bayliss
University of Warwick, United Kingdom
7th Young Researchers Workshop: “Physics Challenges in the LHC Era”

Further information on this workshop can be found here.