We are pleased to announce that this year’s HEFT workshop will take place in Manchester in June 2023.
HEFT is an annual workshop focusing on the use of effective field theories to search for physics beyond the Standard Model. A broad range of topics are encouraged, ranging from collider phenomenology and formal aspects to the latest experimental updates on dedicated searches. The meeting aims to foster discussions between theorists and phenomenologists from varied backgrounds as well as with experimental colleagues.
The 2023 edition is organised as an in-person event by the Particle Theory Group of the University of Manchester. The workshop will begin on June 19th morning and end in the afternoon on June 21st. The conference dinner will take place on Tuesday evening.
For more information and some accommodation suggestions, see also: https://heft2023.com
A map with suggestions for lunch venues can be found at https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=106SqPTVyADsvNpn2xMJfYm5F2otVsRs&usp=sharing
Please be aware of scam emails offering to organise accommodation for you!
List of confirmed speakers:
-Mikael Chala (U. Granada)
-Gauthier Durieux (CERN)
-Fabian Esser (U. Valencia)
-Emanuele Gendy (TUM)
-Martín González Alonso (U. Valencia)
-Guilherme Guedes (DESY)
-Brian Henning (EPFL)
-Hongkai Liu (Technion)
-Xiaochuan Lu (UC San Diego)
-Giacomo Magni (Nikhef)
-Julie Pagés (UC San Diego)
-Marc Riembau (CERN)
-Eleonora Rossi (ATLAS, Oxford U.)
-Ennio Salvioni (U. Padua)
-Kirill Skovpen (CMS, Ghent U.)
-Aleks Smolkovic (Bern U.)