Indirect Searches for New Physics at the time of LHC

Feb, 15 2010 - Mar, 26 2010

Later applications will be also considered until all the positions will be filled

Andrzej Buras, TU-Munich, TUM-IAS. - Paolo Gambino, Università di Torino, Italy.
Yossi Nir, Weizmann Institute, Rehovot , Israel. - Paride Paradisi, Technical University Munich, Germany. Cecilia Tarantino, Università di Roma Tre, Italia

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Indirect Searches for New Physics at the time of LHC - Conference (Conference) - Mar, 22 2010

Indirect Searches for New Physics at the time of LHC - Minischool (School) - Mar, 15 2010

Low energy precision experiments test the predict of the Standard Model to a high level of accuracy. They also put stringent constraints on the possible New Physics, the masses of the new particles it entails, their couplings, the symmetries it may or may not violate. The indirect searches are therefore complementary to the direct searches for new particles at the Tevatron and the LHC but they can in principle be sensitive to much shorter scales than the latter experiments. In early 2010 the physics results of the B factories and of Tevatron will be close to final and the first results of several flavour physics experiments may become available. At the same time Tevatron should provide more precise values of the W and top masses, as well as important constraints on the Higgs mass range. The convergence of these new precision data with the first findings of LHC experiments should make 2010 an ideal moment for an investigation of the interplay between high energy frontier (direct searches) and high intensity frontier (indirect searches). There will be a final conference on 22-24/3/2010.

* Interplay between low energy and high pT physics in constraining new physics or, in case of discoveries, in understanding its detailed structure
* Flavour and CP violation in the quark and leptonic sectors
* CP violation in flavour conserving transitions (EDMs)
* Precision studies in flavour and CP conserving observables like (g-2) of the muon
* There will be also a related minischool

Feb, 16 2010 - 14:30 Mikolaj Misiak Radiative and rare semileptonic B decays Seminar Slides
Feb, 17 2010 - 14:30 M. Blanke - U. Haisch Informal discussion on RS models Seminar Slides
Feb, 18 2010 - 14:30 Martin Beneke QCD Factorization +non- leptonic decays in the MSSM at large tan (beta) Seminar
Feb, 22 2010 - 14:30 Thomas Mannel Informal discussion on Vub, Vcb Seminar Slides
Feb, 23 2010 - 14:30 Amarjit Soni B-CP anomalies& (sub) – TeV signals at the LHC Seminar
Mar, 02 2010 - 14:30 Martin Gorbhan Kaon Physics Seminar Slides
Feb, 25 2010 - 14:30 Vittorio Lubicz Informal discussion on Lattice QCD and Flavour Physics Seminar Slides
Feb, 23 2010 - 15:30 Tillmann Heidsieck Flavour Violation with a Fourth Generation Seminar Slides
Mar, 03 2010 - 14:30 Massimo Passera The muon g-2 discrepancy: new physics or a relatively light Higgs? Seminar Slides
Mar, 04 2010 - 14:30 Chanowitz Michael Electroweak Tests Seminar Slides
Mar, 09 2010 - 14:30 Ikaros Bigi Charm -- Come Botticelli nella Sistina Seminar
Mar, 10 2010 - 14:30 Michele Frigerio GUT and Leptogenesis Seminar Slides
Mar, 11 2010 - 14:30 Antonio Masiero LFV, SUSY Seesaw and all that Seminar
Mar, 18 2010 - 14:30 Francesca Borzumati Sflavour Violation in GUT Models Seminar