7 December 2011
Queen Mary, University of London
Europe/London timezone
The aim of the meeting is to bring together relevant experts and interested researchers in the areas of strong gravity theory, experimental searches, and phenomenology to discuss the latest status of the field given the wealth of data now coming from the LHC experiments.

The meeting will cover a variety of topics including:
  • Status of searches from CMS/ATLAS
  • Developments in Yoshino, Rychov-Nambu factors
  • Calculations of grey-body emission factors
  • Quantum black-hole production
  • Rotating black-hole graviton emission calculations
  • Baryon number violation in black-hole evaporation
  • Available Monte-Carlo tools and generators
Unfortunately, due to last minute illness and travel problems two of the speakers cannot be at QM for the meeting, and so the agenda is unexpectedly shorter than planned.
Queen Mary, University of London
Physics Lecture Theatre
Mile End Road London E1 4NS
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