Konferenzen und Workshops 2018

26.11.2018
 

12th Annual Meeting of the Helmholtz Alliance "Physics at the Terascale”

26. - 28. November 2018

The workshop at DESY in Hamburg will offer a rich programme of stimulating plenary talks and parallel sessions full of intense discussion on topics connected to the LHC, linear colliders, and Belle. The following parallel sessions will be held:

  • Higgs physics
  • Searches
  • Top physics
  • B physics
  • Standard Model physics
  • Linear Collider Forum
  • Computing

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Beiträge des TTK:
Torsten Weber: Off-shell top-pair production in association with one hard photon

 
01.10.2018
 

High Precision for Hard Processes 2018

1. - 3. OKtober 2018

The Seventh International Workshop on High Precision for Hard Processes at the LHC (HP² 2018) will be held from 1-3 October 2018 at the Physics Institute of the University of Freiburg.

This series of workshops is devoted to high-precision studies of hard scattering processes at hadron colliders. The main themes of these workshops are recent developments and new results in theoretical computations in quantum field theory and their applications to collider phenomenology. These topics are particularly relevant as the LHC experiments at CERN are now entering a new phase of precision measurements.

Topics:

  • Precise predictions for Standard Model and Beyond the Standard Model phenomenology
  • New mathematical techniques for amplitude calculations
  • Automated tools for multi-leg amplitudes
  • Status reports and implications of current LHC results

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Beiträge des TTK:
Michal Czakon: Top quark physics with high precision
Christian Schwinn: Soft-gluon and Coulomb corrections to hadronic top-quark

 
26.09.2018
 

1st Workshop on High Energy Theory and Gender

26. - 28. September 2018

This workshop at CERN will both focus on recent developments in theoretical high energy physics and cosmology, and discuss issues of gender and equal opportunities in the field.

In addition to talks on nuclear and string theory, SM and BSM phenomenology, lattice field theory and cosmology, each day talks and panel discussions will be dedicated to research on gender in academia, with an aim to further the development and implementation of action plans to support women and other minorities in physics.

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Beiträge des TTK:
Saniya Heeba: Freeze-in of light scalars before and after electroweak symmetry breaking

 
25.09.2018
 

DESY Theory Workshop 2018: Particle Physics Challenges

25. - 28. September 2018

The annual DESY Theory Workshop is organized by the elementary particle physics community in Germany. The focus is on a topical subject in theoretical particle physics and related fields. The workshop features:

  • Four half-day plenary sessions of specialized talks by invited speakers
  • Two half-days of parallel sessions, allowing young researchers to present their work.
  • The DESY Heinrich-Hertz-Lecture on Physics for public outreach.

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Beiträge des TTK:
Michal Czakon: Top Physics

 
16.09.2018
 

11th International Workshop on Top Quark Physics (TOP 2018)

16. - 21. September 2018

The 11th International Workshop on Top Quark Physics (TOP 2018) in Bad Neuenahr is a platform that brings together experts who work in the field of experimental and theoretical top-quark physicists. A focus is placed on precision predictions for processes involving top quarks and on the most recent measurements. This involves in particular measurements from the LHC experiments ATLAS and CMS, but also from the Tevatron. Emphasis is also placed on searches for new physics with top quarks and the models that predict such processes. Furthermore, future projects will be discussed, e.g. prospects of top-quark physics at the HL-LHC or at a next-generation lepton collider.

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Beiträge des TTK:
Rene Poncelet: NNLO QCD top quark pair production and decay
Torsten Weber: Hard Photons in Hadroproduction of Top Quarks with Realistic Final States

 
27.08.2018
 

QCD@LHC

27. - 31. August 2018

The 9th edition of the international QCD@LHC workshop takes place at Dresden. It aims at fostering discussions and collaboration between experimenters and theorists, working on strong interactions at the LHC.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Latest results from the LHC on Soft and Hard QCD
  • Theory of Jets
  • Parton Density Functions
  • Higher Order Calculations
  • Event Simulations
  • Resummation
  • Top Physics
  • Higgs Physics
  • QCD for BSM studies

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Beiträge des TTK:
Torsten Weber: Hard Photons in Hadroproduction of Top Quarks with Realistic Final States

 
20.08.2018
 

Particle Physics and Cosmology 2018

20. - 24. August 2018

The objectives of PPC 2018 are to analyze the connection between dark matter and particle physics models, discuss the connections among dark matter, grand unification models and recent neutrino results, explore predictions for ongoing and forthcoming experiments, and eventually to provide a stimulating venue for exchange of scientific ideas among experts in these areas. PPC 2018 will be held in Zurich, Switzerland.

Topics:

  • Gravitational Waves
  • Low Energy Precision Experiments
  • Early Universe Cosmology
  • Late Universe Cosmology
  • Dark Matter
  • Neutrinos
  • Collider Physics Results
  • Model Building
  • Modern tools in detection and data analysis in particle physics and astrophysics

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Beiträge des TTK:
Thejs Brinckmann: The path to a neutrino mass sum measurement from cosmology
Deanna C. Hooper: Are Dark Matter - Dark Radiation Interactions Favoured by Cosmological Data?

 
16.07.2018
 

LoopFest XVII

16. - 20. Juli 2018

LoopFest, this year taking place at Michigan State University, USA, provides a forum for discussing the latest results in precision quantum field theory and their applications to understanding experimental data at current and future colliders. The format is 3.5 days of plenary talks.

Topics include:

  • The potential of the LHC and future colliders for precision measurements
  • Progress in multi-loop and multi-leg calculations
  • Interfacing fixed-order higher calculations with multi-purpose event generators
  • Application of effective field theory techniques to precision calculations
  • Prospects for improving PDFs for precision measurements

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Beiträge des TTK:
Rene Poncelet: NNLO predictions for top-quark pair production with leptonic final states
Christian Schwinn: Soft-gluon and Coulomb corrections to hadronic top-quark pair production beyond NNLO

 
25.06.2018
 

Dark Side Of the Universe 2018

25. - 29. Juni 2018

The 14th international workshop on the "Dark Side of the Universe 2018" will be held at LAPTh, Annecy, France. The Dark Side of the Universe (DSU) workshops bring together a wide range of theorists and experimentalists to discuss ideas on models of the dark side, and relate them to current and future experiments. Topics covered include dark matter, dark energy, cosmic rays, cosmology, gravitational waves, and physics beyond the standard model.

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Beiträge des TTK:
Felix Kahlhoefer: Where are the WIMPs?
Jan Heisig: Constraining TeV-scale dark matter with cosmic-ray antiprotons
Deanna C. Hooper: Are dark matter interactions favoured by cosmological data?

 
04.06.2018
 

Large Hadron Collider Physics (LHCP2018)

04. - 09. Juni 2018

The LHCP conference series started in 2013 after a successful fusion of two international conferences, "Physics at Large Hadron Collider Conference" and "Hadron Collider Physics Symposium". This year it takes place in Bologna, Italy. The conference program will be devoted to a detailed review of the latest experimental and theoretical results on collider physics, particularly the most recent results of the LHC Run II, and discussions on further research directions within the high energy particle physics community including both theory and experiment sides. The main goal of the conference is to provide intense and lively discussions between experimentalists and theorists in research areas such as the Standard Model Physics and Beyond, the Higgs Boson, Supersymmetry, Heavy Quark Physics and Heavy Ion Physics as well as the recent progress in the high luminosity upgrades of the LHC and future colliders developments.

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Beiträge des TTK:
Felix Kahlhoefer: Theory interpretations and challenges of DM searches

 
29.04.2018
 

Loops and Legs in QFT

29. April - 04. Mai 2018

This is the 14th Workshop of the series organised by the Theory Group, DESY, Zeuthen
in St. Goar, Germany. LL2018 is a biennial workshop comprising the most recent results and
advanced techniques of perturbative quantum field theory (QFT) as well as
their confrontation to experimental results.

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Beiträge des TTK:
Arnd Behring: Sector-improved residue subtraction: Improvements and Applications
Malgorzata Worek: Off-shell Top Quarks with a Photon

 
23.04.2018
 

Cosmo Tools 2018

23.-27. April 2018

This PhD school on Cosmology Tools takes place here at TTK, in the week of 23-27 April 2018. In this school students will learn how to compile, run, and modify the different cosmological codes available, as well as how to choose the right tool for the task at hand. Under the guidance of renowned experts, students will become familiar with these codes and the physical principles behind them.

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Beiträge des TTK:
Julien Lesgourgues: CMB Physics and Boltzmann Codes
Felix Kahlhoefer: GAMBIT
Christian Fidler: SONG
Thejs Brinckmann: MontePython

 
10.04.2018
 

SM@LHC 2018

10.-13. April 2018

The SM@LHC 2018 conference in Berlin aims at bringing together experimentalists and theorists to discuss the phenomenology, observational results and theoretical tools for Standard Model physics at the LHC.

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Beiträge des TTK:
Christian Schwinn: Merging QCD & EWK

 
10.04.2018
 

Subtracting Infrared Singularities Beyond NLO

10.-13. April 2018

The goal of the workshop at the Higgs Centre for Theoretical Physics at Edinburgh is to bring together the leading experts in the field, in particular the proponents of existing methods at NNLO, with the goal of

  • comparing existing methods and assessing their strengths and limitations;
  • quantifying the analytical and numerical challenges for the application of the proposed methods to general multi-jet QCD processes at NNLO;
  • preparing the ground for extensions of the method beyond NNLO;
  • studying the implications of all-order information from amplitude-level factorisation theorems for the problem of subtraction at high-orders.

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Beiträge des TTK:
Michal Czakon: Sector-improved residue subtraction

 
19.03.2018
 

DPG Frühjahrstagung

19. März -23. März 2018

Auch in diesem Jahr lädt die Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft wieder zum wissenschaftlichen Austausch im Rahmen ihrer Fühjahrstagungen ein. In Münster treffen sich in diesem Jahr mehr als 1000 Hochernergiephysikerinnen und Hochernergiephysiker aus Experiment und Theorie. Das wissenschaftliche Programm besteht aus 1.362 Beiträgen! Bei den mehr als 1000 Vorträgen ist natürlich auch das TTK vertreten.

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Beträge des TTK:
Jonas Klappert: Precision prediction of the Higgs mass in the MSSM at three-loop level
Benjamin Summ: Automatic calculations of effective Lagrangians in the path integral approach

 
28.02.2018
 

Naturalness, Hierarchy, and Fine Tuning

28. Februar - 2. März 2018

The workshop takes place here at TTK! The requirement of naturalness has long served as an influential constraint on model-building in theoretical particle physics. Yet there are many ways of understanding what, precisely, this requirement amounts to, from restrictions on the amount of fine-tuning that a model can exhibit, to prohibitions on sensitive dependence between physics at different scales, to the requirement that dimensionless parameters defining the Lagrangian of a theory all be of order one unless they are protected by a symmetry. This workshop aims to clarify the relationships among these concepts of naturalness and their connection to the hierarchy problem, as well as to assess arguments for and against imposing various forms of naturalness as a requirement on particle physics model-building.

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