Aug 18 – 20, 2021
Universidad de Sonora
America/Phoenix timezone

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The first edition of this workshop is aimed to discuss the multidisciplinary potential that is behind the collaboration of Universidad de Sonora and the CMS-CERN experiment that just started in 2018. Also México has strong collaborations with other laboratories such as Fermilab and KEK. The aim is to enhance the internal collaborations within the institution considering theoretical and experimental projects and the applications in medical, radiation, material physics and use of computer science, electronics and other related areas. It is between the priorities of the event the enhancement of collaborations with other national and foreign institutions. The workshop is also an opportunity for bachelor and postgraduate level students to get a general view of the main interests within research in modern high energy physics and related areas.

This time we'll have the honor to have the participation of Dr. Christophe Royon, Foundation Distinguished Professor at the University of Kansas who will be offering a special talk on the very recent discovery of the odderon particle.

ZOOM link; please join in:

https://indico.cern.ch/event/1057605/videoconference/

Zoom Meeting ID
64571516909
Host
Javier Alberto Murillo Quijada
Passcode
75904667
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Special sessions:

  • Please check the timetable

  • Prof. Sally Seidel (University of New Mexico), "A New State of Beauty and Charm" (Wednesday, 12:15)

  • Dr. Pablo Roig Garcés (Centro de investigación y estudios avanzados, Cinvestav), "Some recent highlights in lepton physics"

  • Dr. Eduard de la Cruz Burelo (Centro de investigación y estudios avanzados, Cinvestav), "Tau physics prospects at Belle-II experiment"

  • Dr. Lukas Nellen Filla (Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares, UNAM), (Friday, 10:00), "Retos y soluciones en cómputo de alto rendimiento para física de partículas"

  • Special talks on medical physics, machine learning and use of fast electronics.

  • Panel discussion: “High energy physics as an interdisciplinary area” (Wednesday 18 at 12:15)

 

Registration
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