Jun 7 – 17, 2022
Europe/Zurich timezone

The main goal is to identify clear theoretical and computational targets for high-precision predictions of relevance to the programme of future e+e– colliders. The workshop will be divided into two parts, of one week each, as follows: 

  • Week 1 (7th to 10th of June): select key physics questions and observables
  • Week 2 (13th to 17th of June): current status and advancements in multi-loop calculations required to match the precision goals

During Week 1, we will involve both theorists and experimentalists to identify key physics objectives and a set of important observables, to provide clear reference targets for the theory community.

During Week 2, we will dive deeper into the technical aspects of such calculations, with an overview of the status of current computational techniques (with a focus on multi-loop calculations), and discussions on the required future steps.

The workshop will have a limited number of invited talks occupying only a small fraction of the days, with ample time for discussions and collaborative work. We aim at promoting the development of an active community and foster new collaborations that will target these important questions. 

The workshop will be held in a hybrid format. The onsite participation will be limited to 50 people due to current restrictions on conference room occupancy. On the other hand, Zoom participation is unrestricted.

We invite interested people to fill the application form at their earliest convenience. We expect to review applications for in-person participation at the latest by the 30th of April 2022. A block of rooms has been reserved at the CERN hotel for on-site participants.

4/3-006 - TH Conference Room
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