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A review and open discussion of the theoretical interpretations and implications of the recent LHCb evidence for CP violation in D decays
This miniworkshop is jointly organized with the Collider Cross Talk. A theoretical overview of the relevant observables will kick-off the meeting at 10am. The usual CCT slot, at 11am, will be dedicated to an overview of the experimental situation. The afternoon session will focus on more technical presentations and on the discussion
EVO connection will be available: the link will appear on the agenda page 30' before the start of the meeting
Margarida Nesbitt Rebelo
(University of Glasgow (GB))
Details and slides from the CCT page here
Direct CP violation in charm: general considerations within and beyond the SM30m
(Istituto Nazionale Fisica Nucleare (IT))
Universality of CPV in Delta F=1 processes30m
(INFN LNF), Jernej Kamenik
(Jozef Stefan Institute)