Sep 11 – 14, 2023
Europe/Zurich timezone

Kaon physics is at a turning point -- while the rare-kaon experiments NA62 and KOTO are in full swing, the future experimental landscape is by no means clear. With HIKE, KOTO-Phase-2 and LHCb-PhaseII on the table and under scrutiny, it is a very good moment in time to get the leaders in experiment and theory together, and to take stock and contemplate about the opportunities these experiments and theoretical developments provide for particle physics in the coming decade or so.

We acknowledge the kind financial support by LHCb, NA62 and the CERN Department of Theoretical Physics.

Confirmed speakers:  

  • Augusto Ceccucci (CERN) 
  • Matteo Di Carlo (University of Edinburgh)
  • Martin Gorbahn (University of Liverpool)
  • Evgueni Goudzovski (University of Birmingham)
  • Yuval Grossman (Cornell University)
  • Tomas Husek (Charles University)
  • Gino Isidori (Zurich University)
  • Mark Knecht (CPT Marseille)
  • Rado Marchevski (EPFL)
  • Karim Massri (CERN)
  • Hajime Nanjo (Osaka)
  • Chris Sachrajda (University of Southampton)
  • Peter Stoffer (Zurich University)


  • Cristina Lazzeroni (EXP, NA62, Birmingham) 
  • Augusto Ceccucci (EXP, NA62, CERN) 
  • Giuseppe Ruggiero (EXP NA62 spokesperson, Florence,) 
  • Karim Massri (EXP, NA62 physics coordinator, CERN) 
  • Diego Martinez Santos (EXP, LHCb, Axencia Galega de Innovación, Xunta de Galicia) 
  • Giancarlo D’Ambrosio (TH, Naples) 
  • Andreas Jüttner (TH, CERN) 
  • Gilberto Colangelo (TH, Bern) 
  • Emilie Passemar (TH, Indiana) 
  • Joachim Brod (TH, Cincinnati)
6/2-024 - BE Auditorium Meyrin
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