The 2023 Phenomenology Symposium will be held May 8-10, 2023 at the University of Pittsburgh. It will cover the latest topics in particle phenomenology and theory plus related issues in astrophysics and cosmology. We would like to encourage you to register and submit an abstract for a parallel talk. All talks at the symposium are expected to be in person. We hope to see you in May!
Early registration ends April 14, 2023
Registration closes April 30, 2023
Talk submission ends April 30, 2023
Conference banquet May 9, 2023
PHYSICS TOPICS AND CONFIRMED SPEAKERS:
- Physics at the LHC
- Flavor physics: experimental and theoretical perspectives
- Neutrino physics
- Dark matter theory and detection
- Deep learning in particle physics
- Particle cosmology
- Astro-particle physics
- Gravitational waves and particle physics
- New ideas in baryogenesis, inflation
- New physics at future colliders
FORUM ON EARLY CAREER DEVELOPMENT: May 8 (Monday) 1:00-2:00 pm
PITT PACC Travel Awards: With support from the NSF and DOE, there are a number of awards (up to $300 each) available to domestic graduate students for travel and accommodation to Pheno 23. A student applicant should send an updated CV and a statement of financial need, and arrange for a short recommendation letter sent from their thesis advisor, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "Pheno 23 travel assistance". The decision will be based on the academic qualification, the talk submission to Pheno 23, and the financial need. The deadline for the application is April 17, and the winners will be notified by April 21. (Each research group may be limited to one awardee. Winners in the previous years may have lower priority for consideration. Winner institutes and names will be announced at the Symposium banquet.)
PHENO 2023 ORGANIZERS: Brian Batell, Amit Bhoonah, Arnab Dasgupta, Ayres Freitas, Joni George (contact person), Akshay Ghalsasi, Gracie Jane Gollinger (technical support), Tao Han (chair), Adam Leibovich, Matthew Low, Keping Xie
PHENO 2023 PROGRAM ADVISORS: Vernon Barger, Lisa Everett, Kaoru Hagiwara, JoAnne Hewett, Tae Min Hong, Arthur Kosowsky, James Mueller, Vittorio Paolone, Tilman Plehn, Vladimir Savinov, Xerxes Tata, Andrew Zentner, and Dieter Zeppenfeld.
SPECIAL NOTE: Full vaccination for COVID-19 is required for all in-person participants. Participants are requested to wear a face mask during the symposium (except for speakers giving a presentation and for eating/drinking). Masks and the quick antigen test kits will be available at the registration desk.
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