LHCb-UK Annual Meeting 2022

Remotely hosted by the University of Edinburgh

Remotely hosted by the University of Edinburgh

School of Physics and Astronomy James Clerk Maxwell Building (JCMB) Kings Buildings University of Edinburgh Edinburgh EH9 3FD
Mark Richard James Williams (The University of Edinburgh (GB)), Matthew William Kenzie (University of Warwick (GB)), Nigel Watson (University of Birmingham (GB)), Timothy Gershon (University of Warwick (GB))

LHCb-UK Annual Meeting and UK Upgrade II Planning Meeting

5-7 January 2022

Remotely hosted by the University of Edinburgh   






This meeting will now take place remotely, following latest government and university guidance.

The 2022 LHCb-UK Meeting will be split into two sessions. The first will be dedicated towards UK efforts on LHCb Upgrade II (afternoon of Wednesday 5th and morning of Thursday 6th). The second will follow the format of previous LHCb-UK meetings (afternoon of Thursday 6th and morning of Friday 7th) celebrating the achievements of the collaboration and looking forward to prospects for the coming 12 months.

It will be possible to register for either event individually or for both.

A comprehensive and interesting programme of presentations is planned with contributions from across the LHCb analysis working groups. There will also be opportunities to showcase the soon-to-be-completed Upgrade and consider how the UK should focus its physics efforts. As is traditional at these meetings, priority will be given to junior members of the collaboration who wish to highlight their work.

Lunch will be provided on Wednesday for those at the Upgrade II session, on Thursday for those at the Annual Meeting session, and on Friday for those attending the Steering Board Meeting.

On Wednesday evening, for those who participate in the Upgrade II sessions, there will be an upgrade dinner somewhere near the university, details tbc.

On Thursday evening, the collaboration dinner will take place near the university, details tbc. 

A closed session for the Steering Board is expected on Friday afternoon from 2pm-4pm. 

Registration will open on 1st November and close on 10th December so that numbers for catering and the dinners can be determined in adequate time. In person attendants are expected to book their own accommodation but please do not book accommodation/travel until details of the meeting have been confirmed.

LHCb UK Annual Meeting 2022
  • Abbie Jane Chadwick
  • Adam Davis
  • Ahmed Abdelmotteleb
  • Aidan Richard Wiederhold
  • Alexander Mclean Marshall
  • Andrew George Morris
  • Andrew McNab
  • Anja Beck
  • Anna Lupato
  • Antonis Papanestis
  • Aodhan Burke
  • Ayushi Khatri
  • Benedict Donald C Westhenry
  • Benjamin Allanach
  • Bhagyashree Pagare
  • Biljana Mitreska
  • Carlos Chavez Barajas
  • Chris Jones
  • Claudia Bertella
  • Conor Fitzpatrick
  • Constantinos Vrahas
  • Curtis James Irvine
  • Dan Thompson
  • Dana Seman Bobulska
  • David Friday
  • David Hutchcroft
  • Dylan Jaide White
  • Eduardo Rodrigues
  • Emir Muhammad
  • Emma Sian Kuwertz
  • Enoch Ejopu
  • Eva Vilella Figueras
  • Evelina Mihova Gersabeck
  • Federica Oliva
  • Fergus Wilson
  • Fernanda Goncalves Abrantes
  • Fidan Suljik
  • Fionn Bishop
  • Florian Reiss
  • Franz Muheim
  • Gary Robertson
  • George Lafferty
  • Guy Wilkinson
  • Hanae Tilquin
  • Harry Victor Cliff
  • Ho Yin Derek Yeung
  • Ifan Williams
  • Innes Mackay
  • J Alexander Ward
  • Jake Lewis Amey
  • Jake Reich
  • James Daniel Herd
  • James David Brown
  • James Herd
  • Jamie Gooding
  • Jan Hammerich
  • Jennifer Smallwood
  • John Leslie Cobbledick
  • John Smeaton
  • Jonathan Edward Davies
  • Joshua Ethan Horswill
  • Keith Lee Evans
  • Keith Mansfield
  • Konstantinos Petridis
  • Lakshan Ram Madhan Mohan
  • Lanxing Li
  • Lennart Uecker
  • Lester Owen Hedges
  • Lorenzo Paolucci
  • Lucia Grillo
  • Luis Miguel Garcia Martin
  • Luke George Scantlebury Smead
  • Malcolm John
  • Manuel Tobias Schiller
  • Marco Gersabeck
  • Maria Flavia Cicala
  • Mark Peter Whitehead
  • Mark Richard James Williams
  • Martha Hilton
  • Martin Tat
  • Mary Richardson-Slipper
  • Matteo Bartolini
  • Matthew Birch
  • Matthew David Monk
  • Matthew William Kenzie
  • Maxwell Hansen
  • Menglin Xu
  • Michael Andrew Mccann
  • Michal Kreps
  • Mikkel Bjoern
  • Naomi Cooke
  • Neville Harnew
  • Niall Thomas Mchugh
  • Nicole Skidmore
  • Nigel Watson
  • Niladri Sahoo
  • Oscar Augusto De Aguiar Francisco
  • Ozlem Ozcelik
  • Patrick Spradlin
  • Paul Nathaniel Swallow
  • Paul Soler Jermyn
  • Peter Clarke
  • Rebecca Murta
  • Richard Bates
  • Richard Lane
  • Richard Morgan Williams
  • Rizwaan Mohammed
  • Roger Barlow
  • Ross John Hunter
  • Rui Wang
  • Ryuji Moriya
  • Ryunosuke O'Neil
  • Sajan Easo
  • Seophine Stanislaus
  • Shantam Taneja
  • Silvia Gambetta
  • Sneha Amogh Naik
  • Sneha Sirirshkumar Malde
  • Stefania Ricciardi
  • Stefano Petrucci
  • Stephen Wotton
  • Tamaki Holly McGrath
  • Tara Shears
  • Thomas Ackernley
  • Thomas Edward Latham
  • Thomas Harrison
  • Thomas Peter Jones
  • Timothy David Evans
  • Timothy Gershon
  • Tommaso Pajero
  • William Barter
    • 3:30 PM 4:00 PM
      Coffee Break 30m
    • 10:45 AM 11:15 AM
      Coffee Break 30m
    • 12:30 PM 1:30 PM
      Lunch Break 1h
    • 1:30 PM 3:30 PM
      Open Session: Session 1
      Zoom Meeting ID
      Matthew William Kenzie
      Useful links
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      Zoom URL
      Conveners: Matthew Birch (Imperial College (GB)), Matthew William Kenzie (University of Warwick (GB))
    • 3:30 PM 4:00 PM
      Coffee Break 30m
    • 4:00 PM 6:00 PM
      Open Session: Session 2
      Zoom Meeting ID
      Matthew William Kenzie
      Useful links
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      Zoom URL
      Conveners: Matthew William Kenzie (University of Warwick (GB)), Thomas Peter Jones (University of Warwick (GB))
      • 4:00 PM
        1st Year Student Roundtable 2/4 20m
        • Joshua Horswill (Manchester) 5m
          Speaker: Joshua Ethan Horswill (University of Manchester Particle Physics Department)
        • James Brown (Liverpool) 5m
          Speaker: James David Brown (University of Liverpool (GB))
        • Curtis Irvine (Manchester) 5m
          Speaker: Curtis James Irvine (University of Manchester (GB))
        • Derek Yeung (Manchester) 5m
          Speaker: Ho Yin Derek Yeung (University of Manchester (GB))
      • 4:20 PM
        $D^0$ mixing with $D \to K_{S}^0 \pi^+ \pi^-$ 20m
        Speaker: Martha Hilton (University of Manchester (GB))
      • 4:40 PM
        Invited Theory Talk: Lattice QCD in Charm 20m
        Speaker: Maxwell Hansen (The University of Edinburgh (GB))
      • 5:00 PM
        $R_K$ in the high $q^2$ region 20m
        Speaker: Alexander Mclean Marshall (University of Bristol (GB))
      • 5:20 PM
        Invited Theory Talk: Flavour anomalies and Z' models 20m
        Speaker: Benjamin Allanach (University of Cambridge (GB))
    • 7:15 PM 9:15 PM
      Social Event
      Conveners: Bhagyashree Pagare (University of Warwick (GB)), Fionn Bishop (University of Cambridge (GB)), Mark Smith (Imperial College (GB)), Thomas Peter Jones (University of Warwick (GB)), William Barter (Imperial College (GB))