ICHEP2012

from Wednesday, 4 July 2012 (14:00) to Wednesday, 11 July 2012 (18:20)
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
4 Jul 2012
5 Jul 2012
6 Jul 2012
7 Jul 2012
8 Jul 2012
9 Jul 2012
10 Jul 2012
11 Jul 2012
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09:00
TR 12 - Formal Theory Development & TR 1 - The Standard Model (until 18:00) (Room 218)
09:00 Scattering in Planar N=4 Super-Yang-Mills Theory and the Multi-Regge Limit - Prof. Lance Dixon (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 218)
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09:20 Maximal Unitarity at Two Loops - Dr David Kosower (CEA - Centre d'Etudes de Saclay (FR))   (Room 218)
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09:40 Spectrum of a Walking Gauge Theory - Prof. L.C. Rohana Wijewardhana (University of Cincinnati (US))   (Room 218)
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10:00 Holographic calculation of hadronic contributions to muon g-2 - Dr Doyoun Kim (Monash University (AU))   (Room 218)
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10:15 Strong field effects on physics processes at the Interaction Point of future linear colliders - Dr Anthony Hartin (DESY (DE))   (Room 218)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 IR-Improved Operator Product Expansions in non-Abelian Gauge Theory - Prof. Bennie Ward (Baylor University (US))   (Room 218)
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11:15 Radiation from accelerated charges at strong coupling - Dr Daniel Fernandez-Fraile (Frankfurt University (DE))   (Room 218)
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11:30 Near BPS Skyrmions: Non-shell configurations and Coulomb effects - Prof. Luc Marleau (Université Laval (CA))   (Room 218)
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11:45 Classical geometry to quantum behavior correspondence in a Virtual Extra Dimension - Dr Donatello Dolce (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 218)
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12:00 Calculating repetitively - Prof. Gopinath Kamath (Indian Institute of Technology-Madras (IN))   (Room 218)
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12:15 NLO and NNLO EWC for PV Møller Scattering - Dr Svetlana Barkanova (Acadia University (CA))   (Room 218)
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12:30 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Supersymmetry breaking from monopole condensation - Prof. Yuri Shirman (University of California-Irvine (US))   (Room 218)
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14:20 Higher Spins and Strings - Dr Dario Francia (Centro E. Fermi and Scuola Normale Superiore (IT))   (Room 218)
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14:40 An Estimate of Lambda in Resummed Quantum Gravity in the Context of Asymptotic Safety and Planck Scale Cosmology: Constraints on SUSY GUTS - Prof. Bennie Ward (Baylor University (US))   (Room 218)
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14:55 Finite Energy One-half Monopole Solutions of the SU(2) Yang-Mills-Higgs Theory. - Prof. Rosy Teh (Universiti Sains Malaysia (MY))   (Room 218)
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15:10 Electric, Magnetic and Spin-Dependent Dynamical Polarizabilities of Hadrons - Dr Aleksandrs Aleksejevs (Memorial University of Newfoundland (CA))   (Room 218)
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15:25 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 NNLL resummation for W-boson production at large pT - Prof. Nikolaos Kidonakis (Kennesaw State University (US))   (Room 218)
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16:15 Precise measurement of the W boson mass at CDF II - Prof. Ashutosh Kotwal (Duke University (US))   (Room 218)
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16:30 Measurement of the W boson mass with the D0 detector and combination of the CDF and D0 results for the W boson mass - Dr Jan Stark (Laboratoire de Physique Subatomique et de Cosmologie)   (Room 218)
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16:45 Measurement of tau polarization in W-->tau nu decays with the ATLAS detector - Dr Sarah Marie Demers (Yale University (US))   (Room 218)
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17:00 Study of tau-pair production at HERA - Mr Masaki Ishitsuka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)   (Room 218)
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17:15 Elastic Z0 production at HERA - Dr Katarzyna Wichmann (DESY)   (Room 218)
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17:30 Onset of deconfinement and search for the critical point of strongly interacting matter at CERN SPS energies - Maciej Rybczynski (Jan Kochanowski University (PL))   (Room 218)
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17:45 .   (Room 218)
09:00
TR 6 - RM 217 - QCD, Jets, Parton Distributions (until 18:00) (Room 219)
09:00 Measurement and QCD Analysis Deep-Inelastic Scattering at HERA. - Mr Zhiqing Philippe Zhang (Laboratoire de l'Accélérateur Linéaire (FR))   (Room 219)
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09:15 High Q2 Neutral Current new results from ZEUS   (Room 219)
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09:30 HERAPDF - Dr Ringaile Placakyte (DESY (DE))   (Room 219)
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09:45 Momentum space dipole amplitude for DIS and inclusive hadron production - Prof. M. Beatriz Gay Ducati (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (BR))   (Room 219)
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10:00 New results on the 3-loop Heavy Flavor Wilson Coefficients in Deep-Inelastic Scattering - Dr Abilio De Freitas (DESY Zeuthen (DE))   (Room 219)
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10:15 Partons, QCD and Low x Physics at the Large Hadron electron Collider (LHeC Study Group) - Prof. Claudia Beatriz Glasman Kuguel (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (ES))   (Room 219)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Measurements of differential cross sections for W+jets and for multijet production and determination of the strong coupling constant in ppbar collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV - Prof. Michael Strauss (University of Oklahoma (US))   (Room 219)
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11:15 Z+Jets results from CDF - Dr Konstantinos Vellidis (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 219)
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11:30 Measurements with electroweak gauge bosons at LHCb - Dr Jonathan Anderson (Universität Zürich (CH))   (Room 219)
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11:45 ATLAS measurements of jets and heavy flavour produced in association with W and Z bosons - Prof. Pierre-Hugues Beauchemin (Tufts University (US))   (Room 219)
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12:00 Jet production in association with vector bosons - Dr Piergiulio Lenzi (CERN)   (Room 219)
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12:15 QCD studies with W and Z cross sections measured in ATLAS - Dr Maarten Boonekamp (CEA - Centre d'Etudes de Saclay (FR))   (Room 219)
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12:30 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Jet Physics at HERA   (Room 219)
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14:15 Transverse Energy Energy Correlations in Next-to-Leading Order in alpha_s at the LHC - Prof. Ahmed Ali (DESY (DE))   (Room 219)
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14:30 ATLAS jet measurements, and subjet structure for boosted hadronic objects - Mr Bertrand Chapleau (McGill University (CA))   (Room 219)
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14:45 Jet Measurements in CMS - Mr Sanmay Ganguly (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)   (Room 219)
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15:00 Particle production in DIS at HERA - Dr Anastasia Grebenyuk (DESY (DE))   (Room 219)
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15:15 The Energy Dependence of the Underlying Event in Hadron-Hadron Collisions - Prof. Richard Dryden Field (University of Florida (US))   (Room 219)
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15:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Multi-jet matching of parton showers to NLO - Prof. Leif Ingvar Lönnblad (Lund University (SE))   (Room 219)
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16:15 NLO Vector+Jets Predictions with BlackHat & Sherpa - Dr David Kosower (CEA - Centre d'Etudes de Saclay (FR))   (Room 219)
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16:30 Interplay of IR-Improved DGLAP-CS Theory and NLO Parton Shower MC Precision - Prof. Bennie Ward (Baylor University (US))   (Room 219)
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16:45 MBR Monte Carlo Simulation in PYTHIA8 - Dr Robert Ciesielski (Rockefeller University (US))   (Room 219)
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17:00 A rigorous assessment of intrinsic accuracies and uncertainties of NLO+PS matching methods - Dr Marek Schoenherr (University of Durham (UK))   (Room 219)
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17:15 NLO Assistance to LHC Searches with Complex Final States using BlackHat and Sherpa - Prof. Lance Dixon (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 219)
17:30 .   (Room 219)
09:00
TR 8 - Neutrinos RM 219 (until 18:00) (Room 217)
09:00 Status and plans with the GERDA experiment to probe the nature of neutrinos - Dr Bela Majorovits (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik (DE))   (Room 217)
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09:15 Status of the Cuore experiment at Gran Sasso - Dr Sergio Di Domizio (University of Genoa & INFN (IT))   (Room 217)
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09:30 Search for Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay in Xenon 136 with the Enriched Xenon Observatory (EXO) - Dr Peter C. Rowson (SLAC (US))   (Room 217)
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09:45 Latest results from the NEMO-3 experiment and status of SuperNEMO - Prof. Karol Lang (University of Texas at Austin (US))   (Room 217)
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10:00 Results from KamLAND-Zen double-beta decay experiment with 136Xe - Dr Satoru Yamada (Tohoku University (JP))   (Room 217)
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10:15 The KATRIN neutrino mass experiment - Dr Volker Hannen (University of Münster (DE))   (Room 217)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Double Chooz: new results on the theta_13 mixing angle - Dr Pau Novella Garijo (CIEMAT (ES))   (Room 217)
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11:15 First Results of the Daya Bay Reactor Neutrino Experiment - Dr Liangjian Wen (Institute of High Energy Physics (CN))   (Room 217)
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11:30 MINOS neutrino oscillation results - Dr Giles Barr (Oxford University (UK))   (Room 217)
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11:45 Results from T2K - Dr Ken Sakashita (KEK (JP))   (Room 217)
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12:00 Measurement of the muon neutrino flux and inclusive charged-current cross-section at T2K's near detector - Ms Melody Ravonel (University of Geneva (CH))   (Room 217)
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12:15 Measurement of NC pi0 production and CC interactions using the ND280 P0D. - Dr Glenn Lopez (Stony Brook University (US))   (Room 217)
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12:30 Neutrino cross section measurements at MINERvA - Mr Rick Snider (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 217)
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12:45 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Recent Cross Section Measurements from MiniBooNE - Dr Heather Ray (University of Florida (US))   (Room 217)
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14:15 Model independent determination of the axial mass parameter in quasielastic neutrino-nucleon scattering - Prof. Richard Hill (University of Chicago (US))   (Room 217)
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14:30 The ArgoNeuT and MicroBooNE Experiments at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory - Prof. Mitchell Soderberg (Syracuse University (US))   (Room 217)
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14:45 Short baseline neutrino and anti-neutrino oscillation studies at the CERN-SPS. - Prof. Maximiliano Sioli (INFN (IT))   (Room 217)
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15:00 New results of the OPERA long-baseline experiment in the CNGS neutrino beam - Prof. Maximiliano Sioli (INFN (IT))   (Room 217)
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15:15 Status of the OPERA search for muon-neutrino to tau-neutrino oscillations - Dr Marilisa De Serio (INFN (IT))   (Room 217)
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15:30 LAGUNA-LBNO: a very long baseline neutrino oscillation experiment - Dr Silvestro Di Luise (ETH-Zurich Institute for Particle Physics (CH))   (Room 217)
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15:45 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 The search for CP violation and the determination of the neutrino mass hierarchy in NOnuA and LBNE - Dr Jonathan Paley (Argonne National Laboratory (US))   (Room 217)
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16:15 The Hyper-Kamiokande Experiment - Dr Hiroyuki Sekiya (Kamioka Observatory ICRR University of Tokyo)   (Room 217)
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16:30 CP Violation at a Neutrino Factory - Prof. Kenneth Long (Imperial College London (UK))   (Room 217)
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16:45 Getting the best out of T2K and NOvA - Mr Suprabh Prakash (Indian Institute of Technology - Bombay (IN))   (Room 217)
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17:00 The Neutrino Flavour Puzzle in the Light of Large Theta_13 - Prof. Stefan Antusch (University of Basel (CH))   (Room 217)
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17:15 Large \theta_{13} from minimal SO(10) unification - Prof. Kaladi S. Babu (Oklahoma State University (US))   (Room 217)
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17:30 The Simplest Neutrino Mass Matrix Revisited - Prof. Paul Fraser Harrison (University of Warwick (UK))   (Room 217)
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17:45 Renormalization Group Running of Physical Parameters in Neutrino Models and Extra Dimensions - Prof. Tommy Ohlsson (KTH Royal Institute of Technology (SE))   (Room 217)
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TR2 - Plenary 3 - Beyond the Standard Model - SUSY (until 18:00) (Plenary 3)
09:00 NLO corrections to squark-squark production and decay at the LHC - Mr Davide Pagani (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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09:15 Gluino pair production at threshold - Dr Peter Marquard (KIT (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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09:30 Inclusive searches for squarks and gluinos with the ATLAS detector - Mr Moritz Backes (Universite de Geneve (CH))   (Plenary 3)
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09:45 Searches for SUSY in hadronic final states at CMS - Dr Seema Sharma (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Plenary 3)
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10:00 Searches for SUSY in final states with single leptons at CMS - Prof. Kajari Mazumdar (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)   (Plenary 3)
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10:15 Searches for SUSY in events with two or more leptons at CMS - Dr Pablo Martinez Ruiz Del Arbol (Eidgenoessische Tech. Hochschule Zuerich (CH))   (Plenary 3)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Search for Pair Production of the Scalar Top Quark in Mu+Tau Final States - Dr James Alexander Kraus (Michigan State University (US))   (Plenary 3)
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11:15 Searches for direct pair production of third generation squarks with the ATLAS detector - Dr Martin John White (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Plenary 3)
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11:30 Searches for SUSY in events with third-generation particles at CMS - Dr Altan Cakir (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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11:45 Searches for supersymmetry in events with photons or tau leptons and missing transverse momentum with the ATLAS detector - Mr Steffen Schaepe (Universität Bonn (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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12:00 Search for Z+photon events with Large Missing Transverse Energy in ppbar Collisions at 1.96 TeV - Dr James Alexander Kraus (Michigan State University (US))   (Plenary 3)
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12:15 Searches for SUSY in final states with photons at CMS - Prof. Mike Hildreth (University of Notre Dame (US))   (Plenary 3)
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12:30 New results using the razor at the LHC - Dr Will Reece (CERN (CH))   (Plenary 3)
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12:45 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Interpretations of CMS SUSY analyses in the simplified model space (SMS) - Mr Christopher Rogan (California Institute of Technology (US))   (Plenary 3)
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14:15 Constrained Supersymmetry after two years of LHC data: a global view with Fittino - Dr Xavier Prudent (Technische Universität Dresden)   (Plenary 3)
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14:30 SUSY fits: Implications of LHC data on Constrained SUSY Models - Dr Albert De Roeck (CERN (CH))   (Plenary 3)
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14:45 Constraints from direct dark matter searches, rare decays and LHC limits on Supersymmetry - Prof. Dmitry Kazakov (JINR (RU))   (Plenary 3)
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15:00 Implications of LHC Higgs and SUSY searches for MSSM - Dr Nazila Mahmoudi (CERN (CH) & Clermont Ferrand University (FR))   (Plenary 3)
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15:15 Light stop phenomenology - Dr Jong Soo Kim (University of Adelaide (AU))   (Plenary 3)
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15:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Searches for supersymmetric gaugino production in final states with leptons with the ATLAS detector - Mr Tobias Kruker (Universität Bern (CH))   (Plenary 3)
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16:15 One-loop effects on MSSM parameter determination via chargino production at the LC - Dr Aoife Bharucha (University of Hamburg (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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16:30 SUSY prospects for Linear Colliders in view of LHC results - Dr Jenny List (DESY (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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16:45 Exploring Sypersymmetry with future e+e- Linear Colliders - Dr Taikan Suehara (The University of Tokyo (JP))   (Plenary 3)
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17:00 Searches for supersymmetry in resonance production and R-parity violating signatures with the ATLAS detector - Mr Daniel Joseph Pomeroy (Brandeis University (US))   (Plenary 3)
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17:15 Search for Squarks in R-parity Violating Supersymmetry in ep Collisions at HERA - Dr Gerhard Immanuel Brandt (University of Oxford (UK))   (Plenary 3)
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17:30 .   (Plenary 3)
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TR4 - Top Quark Physics (until 18:15) (Room 216)
09:00 Inclusive top quark pair production cross - section (ATLAS) - Mr Frederic Derue (CNRS IN2P3 UPMC LPNHE (FR))   (Room 216)
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09:15 Top quark pair production cross section at CMS - Dr Ana Rodriguez Marrero (Universidad de Cantabria (ES))   (Room 216)
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09:30 Differential top quark pair production (ATLAS) - Dr Taylor Childers (CERN (CH))   (Room 216)
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09:45 Differential cross sections in top pair events at CMS - Dr Maria Aldaya Martin (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))   (Room 216)
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10:00 Cross section measurements of top quark production at CDF - Mr Matteo Corbo (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 216)
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10:15 NRQCD matching coefficient at next-to-next-to-next-to-leading order - Dr Peter Marquard (KIT (DE))   (Room 216)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Measurements of the inclusive cross section and of differential distributions in top quark pair production (D0) - Prof. Christian Schwanenberger (University of Manchester)   (Room 216)
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11:15 Measurements of single top quark production (ATLAS) - Mr Philipp Sturm (Bergische Universität Wuppertal (DE))   (Room 216)
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11:30 Single top production in CMS - Dr Gabriele Benelli (University of Kansas (US))   (Room 216)
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11:45 Measurements of single top quark production cross sections and |Vtb| in ppbar collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV (D0 and CDF) - Dr Yvonne Peters (University of Göttingen & DESY (DE))   (Room 216)
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12:00 Measurement of the top quark mass (ATLAS) - Dr Giuseppe Salamanna (University of London (UK))   (Room 216)
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12:15 Measurements of the top quark mass (CMS) - Dr Hartmut Stadie (Hamburg University (DE))   (Room 216)
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12:30 Measurement of the top-antitop mass difference (CMS) - Mr Gerrit Van Onsem (Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE))   (Room 216)
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12:45 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Top quark mass measurements at CDF - Dr Hyun Su Lee (Ewha Womans University)   (Room 216)
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14:15 Measurement of the top quark mass in ppbar collisions using events with two leptons (D0) - Dr Oleg Brandt (University of Göttingen (DE))   (Room 216)
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14:30 Tevatron and LHC top mass combinations - Dr Frederic Deliot (CEA - Centre d'Etudes de Saclay (FR))   (Room 216)
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14:45 Top Precision Studies at Linear Colliders - Dr Marcel Vos (Universidad de Valencia (ES))   (Room 216)
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15:00 Spin correlation and W helicity in top quark events with ATLAS - Dr Markus Jüngst (CERN)   (Room 216)
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15:15 Spin correlations and W helicity in top events with CMS - Dr Suharyo Sumowidagdo (University of California Riverside (US))   (Room 216)
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15:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Spin correlation in ttbar production (D0) - Dr Yvonne Peters (University of Göttingen & DESY)   (Room 216)
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16:15 Measurement of top quark properties - electric charge and width (D0) - Prof. Christian Schwanenberger (University of Manchester (UK))   (Room 216)
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16:30 Combination of CDF and D0 measurements of the W boson helicity in top quark decays - Prof. Erich Ward Varnes (University of Arizona (US))   (Room 216)
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16:45 Other top quark properties in ATLAS - Dr Antonio Limosani (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 216)
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17:00 Other top quark properties in CMS - Ms Yvonne Küssel (RWTH-Aachen (DE))   (Room 216)
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17:15 Top quark properties at CDF - Dr Youngdo Oh (Kyungpook National University (KR))   (Room 216)
17:30 . - MCEC Admin   (Room 216)
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TR5 & TR7 - Room 220 - B Physics and CP Violation, etc. (until 18:00) (Room 220)
09:00 A proposal to solve some puzzles in semileptonic B decays - Mr Florian Bernlochner (University of Victoria (CA))   (Room 220)
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09:15 D+ Purely Leptonic and D0 Semi-leptonic Decays at BESIII - Prof. Ronald Poling (University of Minnesota (US))   (Room 220)
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09:30 Kaon Physics at CERN: recent results from the NA48/2 experiment - Dr Cristina Biino (Universita e INFN (IT))   (Room 220)
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09:45 Leptonic and semileptonic B decays with tau at BaBar - Dr Guglielmo De Nardo (Napoli University and INFN (IT))   (Room 220)
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10:00 Leptonic and semileptonic B decays at Belle - Mr Youngmin Yook (Yonsei University)   (Room 220)
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10:15 Charmless semileptonic B decays at BaBar - Prof. Abner Soffer (Tel Aviv University (IL))   (Room 220)
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10:30 Semileptonic B/Bs decays at Belle - Mr Christian Oswald (Universität Bonn)   (Room 220)
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10:45 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Tetraquark interpretation of the charged Bottomonium-like states $Z_b^\pm(10610)$ and $Z_b^\pm(10650)$ and implications - Dr Wei Wang (DESY (DE))   (Room 220)
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11:15 Study of dimuon final states in the decay of B and Y mesons. - Dr Claus Buszello (Uppsala University)   (Room 220)
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11:30 Results on Bottom Baryons with the CDF II Detector - Dr Igor Gorelov (University of New Mexico (US))   (Room 220)
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11:45 Measurement of mass and lifetime of B-hadrons at ATLAS - Dr Konstantin Toms (University of New Mexico (US))   (Room 220)
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12:00 Studies of exotic charmonium and bottomonium states with the CMS experiment - Keith Ulmer (University of Colorado at Boulder (US))   (Room 220)
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12:15 Heavy flavour spectroscopy at LHCb - Mr Raphael Märki (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (CH))   (Room 220)
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12:30 --- Lunch Break ---
13:45 Decays and spectroscopy at Y(1S,2S) at Belle - Dr Matthew Barrett (University of Hawai'i at Manoa)   (Room 220)
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14:00 Charm production and rare charm decays at LHCb - Dr Walter Bonivento (INFN Cagliari (IT))   (Room 220)
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14:15 The charmonium spectroscopy and charmonium decay at BESIII - Prof. Shan Jin (Institute of High Energy Physics)   (Room 220)
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14:30 Charm decays and spectroscopy at BaBar - Dr Romulus Godang (University of South Alabama (US))   (Room 220)
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14:45 Studies of the $\psi(2S)$ and $\psi(3770)$ at KEDR - Mr Korneliy Todyshev (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (RU))   (Room 220)
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15:00 Charmonium-like states at BaBar - Dr Valentina Santoro (INFN Ferrara (IT))   (Room 220)
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15:15 Charmonium and exotic particles at Belle - Dr Bruce Yabsley (University of Sydney (AU))   (Room 220)
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15:30 Two-photon collisions at Belle - Dr Hideyuki Nakazawa (National Central University)   (Room 220)
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15:45 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 The Standard Model confronts CP violation in D^0 -> pi^+ pi^- and D^0 -> K^+ K^- - Dr Satoshi Mishima (INFN Rome (IT))   (Room 220)
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16:15 Charm mixing and CP violation at BaBar - Ms Giulia Casarosa (SLAC & INFN (IT))   (Room 220)
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16:30 Measurements of CP violation in charm decays at CDF - Mr Diego Tonelli (CERN (CH))   (Room 220)
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16:45 Studies of charm mixing and CP violation at LHCb - Dr Jordi Garra Tico (University of Cambridge (UK))   (Room 220)
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17:00 Direct CP violation in charm at Belle - Mr Byeong Rok Ko (Korea University (KR))   (Room 220)
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17:15 Charm mixing at Belle - Mr Tao Peng (University of Science & Technology of China)   (Room 220)
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17:30 CP violation in charm decays: Standard Model and Beyond - Dr Amarjit Soni (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))   (Room 220)
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17:45 .   (Room 220)
09:00
High School Masterclass (until 19:30) (Australian Synchotron)
09:00 High School Masterclass   ()
18:00 Public Lecture   (The Spot)
09:00
Plenary3 - The Standard Model -TR1 (until 18:00) (Plenary 3)
09:00 Precision electroweak measurements at SuperB with polarised beams - Prof. Michael Roney (University of Victoria (CA))   (Plenary 3)
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09:15 One-Loop Calculation of the Oblique S Parameter in Higgsless Electroweak Models - Dr Ignasi Rosell (Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera and IFIC (ES))   (Plenary 3)
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09:30 HERWIRI2: Exponentiated Electroweak Corrections in a Hadronic Event Generator - Dr Scott Yost (The Citadel (US))   (Plenary 3)
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09:45 W and Z studies at 8 TeV at CMS - Dr Anna Kropivnitskaya (University of Florida (US))   (Plenary 3)
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10:00 ATLAS Electroweak measurements from W and Z properties - Dr Joshua Moss (Ohio State University (US))   (Plenary 3)
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10:15 ATLAS measurements of W/Z+gamma, searches for new physics and constraints on triple-gauge couplings - Prof. Zhengguo Zhao (Univ. of Science & Tech. of China (CN))   (Plenary 3)
10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Wgamma and Zgamma Production in 7Tev pp collisions - Dr Syue-Wei Li (National Central University (TW))   (Plenary 3)
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11:15 Measurement of W/Z+gamma production and limits on triple gauge couplings in ppbar collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV - Prof. Heidi Schellman (Northwestern University)   (Plenary 3)
11:30 Electroweak corrections to vector-boson pair production at the LHC - Dr Tobias Kasprzik (KIT (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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11:45 WW, WZ and ZZ production at CMS - Mr Kalanand Mishra (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Plenary 3)
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12:00 ATLAS measurements of WW, WZ and ZZ - Dr Chris Hays (University of Oxford (GB))   (Plenary 3)
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12:15 Measurements of WW and WZ production in W + jets final states in ppbar collisions - Mr Gregorio Bernardi (LPNHE University of Paris (FR))   (Plenary 3)
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12:30 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Measurement of the WZ/ZZ(Z-->bbbar) Production Cross Section at D0 in ppbar Collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV - Dr Bjorn Penning (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Plenary 3)
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14:15 CDF searches for diboson production in final states with heavy flavor jets - Dr Marco Trovato (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Plenary 3)
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14:30 Improved sensitivity to charged Higgs searches un top quark decays $t \to bH^+ \to b(\tau^+\nu_\tau)$ at the LHC using $\tau$ polarisation and multivariate techniques - Mr Javier Llorente (Universidad Autónoma De Madrid (ES))   (Plenary 3)
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14:45 Search for charged Higgs bosons decaying via H+->taunu in ttbar events with the ATLAS detector - Dr Aldo Saavedra (University of Sydney (AU))   (Plenary 3)
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15:00 Search for the Higgs particle in models beyond the MSSM - Prof. James Olsen (Princeton University (US))   (Plenary 3)
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15:15 Search for Neutral Supersymmetric Higgs Bosons in bbb(b) Final States in ppbar Collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV - Dr Avto Kharchilava (State University of New York (US))   (Plenary 3)
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15:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Search for Higgs Particles in MSSM SUSY - Dr Christian Veelken (Ecole Polytechnique (FR))   (Plenary 3)
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16:15 Search for the neutral MSSM Higgs bosons in the H->tautau and H->mumu decay modeswith the ATLAS detector at the LHC - Mr Sascha Ulrich Thoma (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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16:30 Search for a fermiophobic Higgs particle - Dr Matteo Sani (University of California (US))   (Plenary 3)
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16:45 Search for Light Higgs Bosons in \Upsilon(1S) and \Upsilon(2S) decays - Prof. Paoti Chang (National Taiwan University (TW))   (Plenary 3)
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17:00 Search for light Higgs bosons in radiative Upsilon(1S) decays at BABAR - Prof. Yury Kolomensky (UC Berkeley & LBNL (US))   (Plenary 3)
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17:15 Light Higgs Scenario in BMSSM and LEP Precision Data - Dr DOYOUN Kim (Monash University)   (Plenary 3)
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Room 216 - Top Quark Physics / Particle Astrophysics & Cosmology - TR4 & TR11 (until 18:00) (Room 216)
09:00 Charge asymmetry in top pairs at ATLAS - Dr Mario Giordani (INFN Trieste (IT))   (Room 216)
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09:15 Measurement of the charge asymmetry in top quark pair production in pp collisions (CMS) - Dr Thorsten Chwalek (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))   (Room 216)
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09:30 Asymmetry measurements in t-tbar at CDF - Dr Chris Hays (University of Oxford (UK))   (Room 216)
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09:45 Measurement of the forward-backward charge asymmetry in top quark pair production (D0) - Dr Alexander Josef Grohsjean (DESY (DE) & Centre d'Etudes de Saclay (FR))   (Room 216)
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10:00 Top quark forward-backward asymmetry from gauged flavor symmetry - Prof. Kaladi S. Babu (Oklahoma State University (US))   (Room 216)
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10:17 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Diagnosing top-quark Forward-Backward Asymmetry - Dr Sudhir Kumar Gupta (Monash University (AU))   (Room 216)
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11:15 Searches in s-channel single top quark production at ATLAS - Dr Barbara Alvarez Gonzalez (Michigan State University (US))   (Room 216)
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11:30 FCNC in top quark production and decay at ATLAS - Dr Markus Cristinziani (Universitaet Bonn (DE) & CERN)   (Room 216)
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11:45 Search for FCNC in top pair events in pp collisions (CMS) - Dr Yuan Chao (National Taiwan University (TW))   (Room 216)
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12:00 CP violation in top-quark physics - Prof. German Valencia (Iowa State University (US))   (Room 216)
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12:15 Search for a Narrow ttbar Resonance in ppbar Collisions at sqrt(s) = 1.96 TeV (Combined D0, CDF) - Dr Azeddine Kasmi (Baylor University (US))   (Room 216)
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12:32 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Measurement of the top pair invariant mass distribution and search for New Physics (CMS) - Prof. Freya Blekman (Inter-University Institute for High Energies (BE))   (Room 216)
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14:15 Searches for ttbar resonances (ATLAS) - Dr Marcel Vos (Universidad de Valencia (ES))   (Room 216)
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14:30 Z' signals in polarised top-antitop final states - Mr Ken Mimasu (University of Southampton (UK))   (Room 216)
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14:45 A charged Z' to explain the apparent disagreement in top-antitop asymmetires between Tevatron and LHC - Ms Estefania Coluccio Leskow (Buenos Aires University (AR))   (Room 216)
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15:00 Top Decays with Flavor Changing Neutral Higgs Interactions at the LHC - Prof. Chung Kao (University of Oklahoma (US))   (Room 216)
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15:15 Search for anomalous Wtb couplings in ppbar collisions at sqrt(s) = 1.96 TeV (D0) - Prof. Kenneth Bloom (University of Nebraska-Lincoln (US))   (Room 216)
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15:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 The Dark Energy Survey: status and science prospects - Dr Marcelle Soares-Santos (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 216)
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16:15 Cosmological neutrino mass constraint from the WiggleZ Dark Energy Survey - Dr Signe Riemer-Sorensen (University of Queensland)   (Room 216)
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16:30 Probing Flavor Transition Mechanisms with High Energy Astrophysical Neutrinos - Prof. Kwang-Chang Lai (Chang Gung University (TW))   (Room 216)
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16:45 Latest Results on Searches for Dark Matter from IceCube - Mr Matthias Danninger (Stockholm University (SE))   (Room 216)
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17:00 Dark matter searches with the ANTARES neutrino telescope: constraints to CMSSM and mUED models - Dr Juan de Dios Zornoza Gomez (IFIC (ES))   (Room 216)
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17:15 The status of KIMS experiment - Prof. Yeongduk Kim (Sejong University (KR))   (Room 216)
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17:30 Direct Search for Dark Matter with the LUX Experiment - Dr Karen Gibson (Case Western Reserve University (US))   (Room 216)
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17:45 Prospects of direct dark matter detection with DarkSide experiment - Dr Jelena Maricic (Drexel University (US))   (Room 216)
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09:00
Room 217 - Heavy Ion Collisions / B-Physics / CP Violation - TR5/7/9 (until 18:00) (Room 217)
09:00 Measurement of boson production in lead-lead collisions at sqrt(s_NN)=2.76 TeV with the ATLAS detector - Prof. Max Klein (University of Liverpool (UK))   (Room 217)
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09:15 Measurements of Jets and Jet Properties in sqrt(s_NN)=2.76 TeV PbPb Collisions with the ATLAS Detector at the LHC - Prof. Erez Etzion (Tel Aviv University (IL) & CERN (CH))   (Room 217)
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09:30 J/Psi and Upsilon production in proton-nucleus collisions: lessons from RHIC for the 2012 proton-lead LHC run - Jean-Philippe Lansberg (Ecole polytechnique) Dr Jean-Philippe Lansberg (Institut de Physique Nucléaire d'Orsay / IN2P3-CNRS (FR)) Jean-Philippe Lansberg (Ecole Polytechnique) Jean-Philippe Lansberg (IPN Orsay, Paris Sud U. / IN2P3-CNRS)   (Room 217)
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09:45 Suppression of high-pt heavy-flavour particles in Pb-Pb collisions at the LHC, measured with the ALICE detector - Dr Andrea Dainese (INFN Padova (IT))   (Room 217)
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10:00 Quarkonia production in 2.76 TeV PbPb collisions in CMS - Dr Nuno Viegas Guerreiro Leonardo (Purdue University (US))   (Room 217)
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10:15 Dijet imbalance in 2.76 TeV PbPb collisions in CMS - Dr David Krofcheck (University of Auckland (NZ))   (Room 217)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Measurement of harmonic flow and particle correlations in lead-lead collisions at sqrt(s_NN)=2.76 TeV from ATLAS - Prof. Ehud Duchovni (Weizmann Institute of Science (IL))   (Room 217)
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11:15 DIPSY - a new generator for minimum bias and heavy ion collisions - Prof. Leif Ingvar Lönnblad (Lund University (SE))   (Room 217)
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11:30 Particle production in Pb-Pb collisions with the ALICE experiment at LHC - Ms Francesca Bellini (Universita e INFN & University of Bologna (IT))   (Room 217)
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11:45 Collective flow and charged hadron correlations in 2.76 TeV PbPb collisions at CMS - Dr Sandra Padula (UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista (BR))   (Room 217)
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12:00 Anisotropic Flow of Charged Particles at High Transverse Momentum in 2.76 TeV Pb-Pb Collisions at the LHC from ALICE experiment - Ms Anitha Nyatha (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IN))   (Room 217)
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12:15 Flow of strange and charm particles in Pb-Pb collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$ = 2.76 TeV measured with ALICE - Mr Carlos Eugenio Perez Lara (NIKHEF (NL))   (Room 217)
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12:30 Scientific Program of NICA @ JINR - Prof. Vladimir Kekelidze (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))   (Room 217)
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12:45 Recent results and future plans form the NA61/SHINE experiment - Dr Silvestro Di Luise (Eidgenoessische Tech. Hochschule Zürich (CH))   (Room 217)
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13:00 Electron-Ion Collisions at a Large Hadron electron Collider (LHeC Study Group) - Prof. Paul Newman (University of Birmingham (UK))   (Room 217)
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13:15 --- Lunch Break ---
13:45 Prospects of measuring the CKM matrix element $V_{ts}$ at the LHC - Prof. Fernando Barreiro (Universidad Autonoma De Madrid (ES))   (Room 217)
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14:00 b ->sgamma and b -> s l+ l- at BaBar - Prof. Gerald Eigen (University of Bergen (NO))   (Room 217)
14:15 A global fit to extract the B->Xs gamma decay rate - Mr Florian Bernlochner (University of Victoria (CA))   (Room 217)
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14:30 Radiative B decays at LHCb - Dr Olivier Deschamps (Laboratoire De Physique Corpusculaire (FR))   (Room 217)
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14:45 Rare or forbidden B decays at Belle - Ms Oksana Brovchenko (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))   (Room 217)
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15:00 Studies of rare beauty and charm decays with the CMS experiment - Mr Keith Ulmer (University of Colorado at Boulder (US))   (Room 217)
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15:15 Studies of the electroweak penguin transitions b -> s μ+ μ– and b -> d μ+ μ– at LHCb - Dr Abraham Antonio Gallas Torreira (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (ES))   (Room 217)
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15:30 CDF results on the search for rare Bd, Bs --> mu+ mu- and X_s mu+ mu- decays - Dr Hideki Miyake (KEK (JP))   (Room 217)
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15:45 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Flavour data constraints on supersymmetry and SuperIso - Dr Nazila Mahmoudi (CERN (CH) & Clermont Ferrand University (FR))   (Room 217)
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16:15 Rare kaon decay measurements with NA62/NA48 minimum bias data - Prof. Vladimir Kekelidze (Joint Inst. for Nuclear Research (RU))   (Room 217)
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16:30 ORKA, The Golden Kaon Experiment: Precision measurement of $K^+\to\pi^+\nu \bar\nu$ and other ultra-rare processes - Prof. Mike Hildreth (University of Notre Dame (US))   (Room 217)
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16:45 Rare and forbidden B decays at BaBar - Dr Steven Robertson (McGill University (CA))   (Room 217)
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17:00 Search for Bs(B0)--> mu mu and other exclusive B decays - Dr Paolo Iengo (INFN (IT))   (Room 217)
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17:15 Searches for very rare decays to purely leptonic final states at LHCb - Mr Mathieu Perrin-Terrin (Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille, Université d'Aix-Marseille (FR))   (Room 217)
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17:30 B physics at SuperB - Claudia Cecchi (Universita e INFN (IT))   (Room 217)
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17:45 Physics with the Belle II experiment - Prof. Mikhail Danilov (ITEP Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics (RU))   (Room 217)
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Room 218 - Detectors and Computing for HEP - TR13 (until 18:05) (Room 218)
09:00 ATLAS Silicon Microstrip Tracker and Pixel Detector: Status and Performance - Dr Kendall Reeves (University of Texas at Dallas (US))   (Room 218)
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09:15 Operation and Performance of the CMS Silicon Tracker - Dr Erik Butz (Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US))   (Room 218)
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09:30 Status of the Atlas Calorimeters: their performances after two years of LHC operation and plans for future upgrades. - Dr Carlos Solans Sanchez (Universidad de Valencia (ES))   (Room 218)
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09:45 Performance of the CMS electromagnetic calorimeter at the LHC and role in the hunt for the Higgs boson - Dr Riccardo Paramatti (INFN - Rome I (IT))   (Room 218)
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10:00 Luminosity determination in p-p collisions at center-of-mass energy of 7 TeV using the ATLAS detector at the LHC - Mr Eric Torrence (University of Oregon (US))   (Room 218)
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10:15 Measurements of the luminosity and normalised beam-induced background using the CMS Fast Beam Condition Monitor - Mr Nathaniel Jay Odell (Northwestern University (US))   (Room 218)
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10:30 Diamond sensors in HEP - Prof. Marko Mikuz (University of Ljubljana, Jozef Stefan Institute (SI))   (Room 218)
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10:45 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Operations and Performance of the CMS DT and RPC muon systems - Dr Gabriella Pugliese (Universita e INFN & Politecnico di Bari (IT))   (Room 218)
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11:15 Study of the performance of the muon and tau identification at ATLAS - Dr Mansoora Shamim (University of Oregon (US))   (Room 218)
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11:30 Alignment procedures for the CMS Silicon Tracker detector - Dr Roberto Castello (Universite Catholique de Louvain (BE))   (Room 218)
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11:45 Tracking, vertexing and b-tagging performance in ATLAS - Dr Mark James Tibbetts (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (US))   (Room 218)
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12:00 Performance of Jets and Missing Transverse Energy in CMS - Mr Joram Berger (KIT (DE))   (Room 218)
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12:15 Performance of Jets and Missing Transverse Energy in ATLAS - Prof. Ariel Gustavo Schwartzman (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 218)
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12:30 Development and Construction of Muon Drift-Tube (sMDT) Chambers for Upgrades of the ATLAS Muon Spectrometer at High LHC Luminosities - Dr Hubert Kroha (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik (DE))   (Room 218)
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12:45 Exploring physics beyond the Standard Model with a Muon Acceleration Facility - Prof. Donald Hartill (Cornell University (US))   (Room 218)
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13:00 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Performance of the CMS Level-1 Trigger - Dr Jim Brooke (University of Bristol (UK))   (Room 218)
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14:20 The ATLAS Trigger Performance and Evolution - Dr Brian Petersen (CERN (CH))   (Room 218)
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14:40 The CMS High Level Trigger - Dr Stéphanie Beauceron (Universite Claude Bernard-Lyon I (FR))   (Room 218)
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14:55 The ATLAS Data Acquisition and High Level Trigger Systems: Experience and Upgrade Plans - Dr Reiner Hauser (Michigan State University (US))   (Room 218)
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15:10 Evolution of the CMS Trigger System - Dr Ivan Kresimir Furic (University of Florida (US))   (Room 218)
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15:25 Upgrade project and plans for the ATLAS detector and first level trigger. - Dr Mimmo Della Volpe (Università "Federico II" di Napoli & INFN (IT))   (Room 218)
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15:40 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 The LHCb upgrade - Prof. Franz Muheim (University of Edinburgh (UK))   (Room 218)
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16:20 ATLAS Upgrades Towards the High Luminosity LHC: extending the discovery potential - Dr Markus Elsing (CERN (CH))   (Room 218)
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16:35 Status and Plans for the Upgrades of the CMS Detector - Prof. Jeremy Mans (University of Minnesota (US))   (Room 218)
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16:50 Overview of the ATLAS Insertable B-Layer (IBL) Project - Dr Mario Giordani (INFN Trieste (IT))   (Room 218)
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17:05 The status of the CMS pixel upgrade detector - Mr Ferdinando Giordano (University of California Riverside (US))   (Room 218)
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17:20 Precision tracking at high background rates with the ATLAS muon spectrometer - Dr Ralf Hertenberger (Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. München (DE))   (Room 218)
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17:35 Performance and Upgrade plans for the CMS Hadron Calorimeter at the LHC - Dr Sudarshan Paramesvaran (University of California Riverside (US))   (Room 218)
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17:50 Radiation-Hard High-Speed Parallel Optical Links - Prof. Kock Kiam Gan (Ohio State University (US))   (Room 218)
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09:00
Room 219 - Beyond the Standard Model SUSY / Non-SUSY - TR2&3 (until 18:00) (Room 219)
09:00 Natural Supersymmetry - Prof. Xerxes Tata (University of Hawaii (US))   (Room 219)
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09:15 GUT-less mSUGRA - Ms Pearl Sandick (University of Utah (US))   (Room 219)
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09:30 Higgs boson mass in GMSB with messenger-matter mixing - Prof. Kaladi S. Babu (Oklahoma State University (US))   (Room 219)
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09:45 Implications of a SM like Higgs for a natural NMSSM with low cutoff - Dr Michael Schmidt (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 219)
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10:00 SUSY Without Prejudice at LHC-7 & -8 - Dr Thomas Rizzo (SLAC (US))   (Room 219)
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10:15 A 125 GeV Higgs in the PQ violating minimal Supergravity model - Dr Sudhir Kumar Gupta (Monash University (AU))   (Room 219)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Flavour violating squark and gluino decays at LHC - Prof. Keisho Hidaka (Tokyo Gakugei University (JP))   (Room 219)
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11:15 Illuminating the 130 GeV Gamma Line with Continuum Photons - Prof. Jacob Wacker (SLAC (US))   (Room 219)
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11:30 Searches for long-lived particles with the ATLAS detector - Dr Andrew Haas (New York University)   (Room 219)
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11:45 Search for Charged Massive Long-Lived Particles - Prof. Yuri Gershtein (Rutgers University (US))   (Room 219)
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12:00 Search for new massive stable particles at CMS - Dr Fedor Ratnikov (KIT (DE))   (Room 219)
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12:15 Search for new physics with displaced leptons, jets, and photon at CMS - Prof. Valerie Halyo (Princeton University (US))   (Room 219)
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12:30 A Seiberg Dual for the MSSM: Partially Composite W and Z - Prof. Yuri Shirman (University of California Irvine)   (Room 219)
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12:50 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Searches for vector-like quarks with the ATLAS detector - Mr Merlin Davies (Universite de Montreal (CA))   (Room 219)
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14:15 4th generation searches at ATLAS - Dr Lorenzo Feligioni (Universite d'Aix - Marseille II (FR))   (Room 219)
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14:30 Search for 4th generation quarks - Dr Sadia Khalil (Kansas State University (US))   (Room 219)
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14:45 Bootstrap Dynamical Symmetry Breaking with New Heavy Chiral Quarks - Prof. George Wei-Shu Hou (National Taiwan University (TW))   (Room 219)
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15:00 Searches for New Physics with CDF Detector - Mr Adam Aurisano (Texas A&M University) Adam Jude Aurisano Adam Aurisano (Unknown)   (Room 219)
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15:15 LHC Signatures Inspired by Yukawa-bound Mesons: Double Resonant WW+jet - Dr Hiroshi Yokoya (National Taiwan University (TW))   (Room 219)
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15:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Up-to-date results and upgrade plans of the MEG experiment - Dr Hajime Nishiguchi (KEK (JP))   (Room 219)
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16:15 Search for $\tau \to \mu/e\, \gamma$ with the full data sample of Belle - Prof. Kiyoshi Hayasaka (Nagoya University (JP))   (Room 219)
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16:30 Implications of Br(mu to e gamma) and Delta a_mu on Muonic Lepton Flavor Violating Processes - Prof. Chun-Khiang Chua (Chung Yuan Christian University (TW))   (Room 219)
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16:45 An Explicit SU(12) Family and Flavor Unification Model - Prof. Carl Albright (Northern Illinois University & Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 219)
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17:00 Search for Lepton Flavour Violation at HERA - Dr David South (DESY (DE))   (Room 219)
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17:15 The role of SuperB in unraveling the nature of physics beyond the SM - Prof. David Hitlin (California Institute of Technology)   (Room 219)
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17:30 Production of the exotic $1^{--}$ hadrons $\phi(2170)$, X(4260)$ and $Y_b(10890)$ at the LHC and Tevatron via the Drell-Yan mechanism - Prof. Ahmed Ali (DESY (DE))   (Room 219)
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17:45 Searches for new Physics in multileptons or like-sign leptons with the ATLAS detector - Dr Else Lytken (Lund University (SE))   (Room 219)
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09:00
Room 220 - Neutrinos / QCD, Jets, Parton Distributions - TR6 (until 18:00) (Room 220)
09:00 Recent results of the ANTARES neutrino telescope - Dr Juan de Dios Zornoza (IFIC (ES))   (Room 220)
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09:15 Recent results of the atmospheric neutrino analysis in SK - Dr Yoshinari Hayato (Kamioka observatory ICRR University of Tokyo (JP))   (Room 220)
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09:30 Status of the Gadolinium project for Super-Kamiokande - Dr Yano Takatomi (Okayama University (JP))   (Room 220)
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09:45 Solar neutrino results from Super-Kamiokande - Dr Yusuke Koshio (Kamioka observatory ICRR University of Tokyo (JP))   (Room 220)
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10:00 Neutrino physics with Borexino - Dr Livia Ludhova (INFN Milano (IT))   (Room 220)
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10:15 Prospects of investigating reactor neutrino anomaly with 3-16 m baseline - Dr Jelena Maricic (Drexel University (US))   (Room 220)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Diffractive cross sections at HERA - Dr David Salek (CERN (CH))   (Room 220)
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11:15 Dijet Production in Diffractive Deep-Inelastic Scattering using Proton Spectrometers at HERA - Dr Richard Polifka (Charles University in Prague (CZ) & University of Toronto (CA))   (Room 220)
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11:30 Measurements of the elastic cross section and of the single diffractive cross section in ppbar scattering at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV - Prof. Vladislav Simak (Czech Technical University Prague (CZ))   (Room 220)
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11:45 Forward Physics Results from CMS. - Mr Gilvan Augusto Alves (Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Físicas (BR))   (Room 220)
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12:00 ATLAS studies of diffraction, soft particle production and double parton scattering - Mr Tim Martin (University of Birmingham (GB))   (Room 220)
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12:15 New measurements of forward physics in the TOTEM experiment at the LHC - Dr Hubert Niewiadomski (CERN (CH))   (Room 220)
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12:35 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Studies of soft QCD at LHCb - Dr Raluca Muresan (Horia Hulubei National Institute of Physics and Nuclear Engineering (RO))   (Room 220)
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14:15 Exclusive and diffractive physics results from CMS - Dr Robert Ciesielski (Rockefeller University (US))   (Room 220)
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14:30 Photon results from CDF. - Konstantinos Vellidis (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 220)
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14:45 Measuremetns of the diphoton and of the photon + b-jet differential production cross sections in ppbar collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV - Dr Peter Svoisky (University of Oklahoma (US))   (Room 220)
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15:00 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Production and properties of heavy flavors at CDF - Dr Sinead Farrington (University of Warwick (UK))   (Room 220)
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16:15 Heavy quark production in DIS at HERA - Dr Alessandro Bertolin (INFN Padova (IT))   (Room 220)
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16:30 Heavy quark photoproduction at HERA - Dr Michel Sauter (Universität Heidelberg (DE))   (Room 220)
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16:45 Heavy flavor and vector bosons associate production - Dr Simon Marie E De Visscher (Universität Zürich (CH))   (Room 220)
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17:00 Inclusive production of Beauty and Charm - Dr James Catmore (CERN (CH))   (Room 220)
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17:15 Charm production in DIS at HERA - Dr Achim Geiser (DESY)   (Room 220)
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17:30 Analysis of CCQE Neutrino Interactions in a Liquid Argon Time Projection Chamber (LArTPC) - Ms Kinga Partyka (Yale University)   (Room 220)
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Plenary 3 - The Standard Model - TR1 (until 18:00) (Plenary 3)
09:00 Search for SM Higgs decaying to tau tau at CMS - Mr Joshua James Swanson (University of Wisconsin (US))   (Plenary 3)
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09:15 Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the H ->tautau decay mode with the ATLAS detector - Dr Swagato Banerjee (University of Wisconsin (US))   (Plenary 3)
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09:30 Searches for the Higgs boson in final states with photons or taus in ppbar - Prof. Paul Grannis (Stony Brook University)   (Plenary 3)
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09:45 Standard Model Higgs boson searches in secondary channels using the full CDF dataset - Dr Elisabetta Pianori (University of Warwick (UK))   (Plenary 3)
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10:00 Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson through the H->ZZ->(llvv,llqq) decay channels with the ATLAS detector - Dr Carl Bryan Gwilliam (University of Liverpool (GB))   (Plenary 3)
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10:15 Search for SM Higgs decaying to ZZ to ll qq or ll vv at CMS - Dr Francesco Pandolfi (ETH Zürich (CH))   (Plenary 3)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Search for SM Higgs decaying to ZZ to four leptons at CMS - Mr Markus Klute (Massachusettes Institute of Technology)   (Plenary 3)
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11:15 Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the H->ZZ*->4l decay channel with the ATLAS detector - Dr Konstantinos Nikolopoulos (University of Birmingham (GB))   (Plenary 3)
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11:30 Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the H->WW->lvlv, lvqq decay modes with the ATLAS detector - Dr Biagio Di Micco (CERN)   (Plenary 3)
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11:45 Search for SM Higgs decaying to WW to lvlv and lvqq at CMS - Dr Emanuele Di Marco (California Institute of Technology (US))   (Plenary 3)
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12:00 Inclusive Search for Standard Model Higgs Boson Production in the WW Decay Channel using the CDF II Detector - Mr Massimo Casarsa (INFN - Trieste)   (Plenary 3)
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12:15 Searches for the Higgs boson decay in W boson pairs in ppbar collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV - Dr Abid Patwa (Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL))   (Plenary 3)
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12:30 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Search for SM Higgs decaying to bb at CMS - Dr David Lopes-Pegna (Princeton University (US))   (Plenary 3)
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14:15 Search for the Standard Model Higgs boson produced in association with a vector boson and decaying to a b-quark pair with the ATLAS detector at the LHC - Dr Giacinto Piacquadio (CERN)   (Plenary 3)
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14:30 Search for the associated production of W/Z and Higgs bosons in final states with b quark pairs in ppbar collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV - Dr Satish Desai (Fermilab)   (Plenary 3)
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14:45 Direct searches for the standard model Higgs boson produced in association with a vector boson - Dr Wei-Ming Yao (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (US))   (Plenary 3)
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15:00 Search for the Higgs boson in the diphoton decay channel with the ATLAS detector - Ms Kerstin Tackmann (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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15:15 Search for SM Higgs decaying to two photons at CMS - Dr Serguei Ganjour (CEA - Centre d'Etudes de Saclay (FR))   (Plenary 3)
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15:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Combination of CDF's Higgs boson Searches with up to 10 fb-1 of data - Dr Azeddine Kasmi (Baylor University (US))   (Plenary 3)
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16:15 Combined Search for the Standard Model Higgs Boson at D0 in ppbar Collisions at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV - Dr Kenneth Richard Herner (University of Michigan (US))   (Plenary 3)
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16:30 Determination of properties of a Higgs-like resonance at LHC - Dr Sara Bolognesi (Johns Hopkins University (US))   (Plenary 3)
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16:45 Prospects for Precision Higgs Physics at Linear Colliders - Dr Frank Simon (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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17:00 Prospects for Higgs Physics at a Large Hadron Electron Collider (LHeC Study Group) - Dr Uta Klein (University of Liverpool (UK))   (Plenary 3)
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Room 216 - Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology -TR11 (until 18:00) (Room 216)
09:00 Pangenesis: visible and dark matter from a common origin - Dr Kalliopi Petraki (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 216)
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09:15 The Affleck-Dine dynamics of pangenesis - Dr Benedict von Harling (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 216)
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09:30 Dynamical Dark Matter: A Theoretical Overview - Prof. Keith Dienes (NSF & University of Arizona & University of Maryland (US))   (Room 216)
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09:45 Dynamical Dark Matter: An Explicit Model - Dr Brooks Thomas (University of Hawaii (US))   (Room 216)
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10:00 Dark matter search results from the COUPP 4 kg bubble chamber - Dr Russell Neilson (University of Chicago (US))   (Room 216)
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10:15 Low-Mass Dark Matter Searches with Sub-keV Germanium Detectors - Dr Hau-Bin Li (Academia Sinica (TW))   (Room 216)
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10:30 Status and Prospects for SuperCDMS - Dr Lauren Hsu (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 216)
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10:50 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Mirror dark matter interpretations of DAMA, CoGeNT and CRESST-II experiments - Dr Robert Foot (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 216)
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11:15 Universal behavior in the scattering of heavy, weakly interacting dark matter on nuclear targets - Prof. Richard Hill (University of Chicago (US))   (Room 216)
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11:30 Light neutralino dark matter in MSSM - Dr Nazila Mahmoudi (CERN (CH) & Clermont Ferrand University (FR))   (Room 216)
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11:45 Dark Matter Relic and Its Implications on the Underground Laboratory and LHC Search - Dr Ho-Chin Tsai (Chung Yuan Christian University (TW))   (Room 216)
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12:00 Detecting Dark Matter at the LHC with Electroweak Bremsstrahlung - Mr Galea Ahmad (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 216)
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12:15 Signatures of Dark Matter Annihilation in the Cosmic Microwave Background - Dr Tracy Slatyer (Institute for Advanced Study (US))   (Room 216)
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12:30 The status of the cosmic e+/e- anomaly - Prof. Csaba Balazs (Monash University (AU))   (Room 216)
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12:45 Dark Matter Searches with the Fermi Large Area Telescope - Aldo Morselli (INFN Roma Tor Vergata)   (Room 216)
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13:05 --- Lunch Break ---
13:45 A metric theory of gravity with torsion in extra-dimension - Prof. Kameshwar Wali (Syracuse University (US))   (Room 216)
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14:00 Measurements of High Energy Particle Interaction Properties with the Pierre Auger Cosmic Ray Observatory - Dr Jose Bellido (University of Adelaide (AU))   (Room 216)
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14:15 Ultra-High Energy Neutrinos at the Pierre Auger Observatory - Prof. Roger Clay (University of Adelaide (AU))   (Room 216)
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14:30 Results from the Telescope Array Experiment - Dr Hisao Tokuno (Tokyo Institute of Technology (JP))   (Room 216)
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14:45 Selected results from the ARGO-YBJ experiment - Dr Paolo Camarri (University of Roma Tor Vergata)   (Room 216)
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15:00 The LHCf experiment to verify UHECR interactions at LHC - Prof. Yoshitaka Ito (Nagoya University (JP))   (Room 216)
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15:15 Longitudinal Shower Development Studies Near 8 TeV. - Dr Paul Doll (KIT (DE))   (Room 216)
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15:30 Gamma Ray Source Studies Using Muon Tracking. - Dr Paul Doll (KIT (DE))   (Room 216)
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15:45 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Generalized Galileons for Particle Physics and Cosmology - Prof. Mark Trodden (University of Pennsylvania (US))   (Room 216)
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16:15 Matter Inflation - Prof. Stefan Antusch (University of Basel (CH))   (Room 216)
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16:30 STUDY OF THE 2H(α,γ)6Li REACTION PRODUCING 6Li IN STANDARD BIG BANG NUCLEOSYNTHESIS - Dr Carlo Gustavino (INFN (IT))   (Room 216)
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16:45 CMB Polarization Results from the QUIET Experiment - Dr Masaya Hasegawa (KEK (JP))   (Room 216)
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17:00 Cosmology and particle physics with POLARBEAR - Dr Masaya Hasegawa (KEK (JP))   (Room 216)
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17:15 The Fermi Large Area Telescope at 4: the Surprising Gamma-Ray Sky. - Dr Eric Charles (SLAC (US))   (Room 216)
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17:30 Status of the AMS-02 detector after one year of operation on the International Space Station - Prof. Veronica Bindi (University of Hawaii at Manoa (US))   (Room 216)
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09:00
Room 217 - Education & Outreach - QCD, Jet, Parton Distributions - TR15&6 (until 18:00) (Room 217)
09:00 The importance of Science Communication Now - Rolf Heuer (CERN)   (Room 217)
09:30 Opportunities to Learn Scientific Literacy - Ms Marjorie Bardeen (Fermilab Friends for Science Education (US))   (Room 217)
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09:50 European and global networks for high-energy physics communications and outreach - Mr Arnaud Marsollier (CERN)   (Room 217)
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10:10 International Particle Physics Masterclasses - Bringing LHC data into the classroom - Prof. Farid Ould-Saada (Oslo University (NO))   (Room 217)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Social Media in Science Communication - Mrs Claudia Marcelloni De Oliveira (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))   (Room 217)
11:30 Great Moments in Science - Dr Karl Kruszelnicki (University of Sydney (AU))   (Room 217)
12:00 Q&A to the Public   (Room 217)
13:00 --- Lunch Break ---
14:00 Heavy-quarkonium theory in the LHC era - Prof. Bernd Kniehl (University of Hamburg (DE))   (Room 217)
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14:15 J/psi production in NLO NRQCD: A global analysis of yield and polarization - Dr Mathias Butenschoen (University of Hamburg (DE))   (Room 217)
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14:30 Onia production and polarisation at LHCb - Prof. Valerie Gibson (University of Cambridge (GB))   (Room 217)
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14:45 Measurements of Y(nS) polarization with the CMS experiment - Mr Valentin Knunz (Austrian Academy of Sciences (AT))   (Room 217)
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15:00 Production of Quarkonia States at LHC with ATLAS experiment - Dr James William WALDER (Lancaster University (UK))   (Room 217)
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15:15 Quarkonium production in the LHC era: QCD corrections and new observables - Dr Jean-Philippe Lansberg (Institut de Physique Nucléaire d'Orsay (FR))   (Room 217)
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15:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Recent results from HERMES - Dr Delia Hasch (INFN-Frascati (IT))   (Room 217)
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16:15 New insights into soft gluons and gravitons - Dr Chris White (University of Glasgow (UK))   (Room 217)
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16:30 Exclusive VM production at HERA - Prof. Sampa Bhadra (York University)   (Room 217)
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16:45 Measurement of Collins asymmetries in inclusive production of pion pairs in e+e- collisions at BABAR - Dr Isabella Garzia (SLAC & INFN (IT))   (Room 217)
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17:00 Hadron production in e+e- collisions at BABAR and implications for the muon anomalous magnetic moment - Dr Andreas Martin Hafner (Mainz University (DE)) Andreas Hafner (M)   (Room 217)
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17:15 Study of QCD in gamma gamma to pseudoscalar meson pair processes - Dr Hideyuki Nakazawa (National Central University (JP))   (Room 217)
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09:00
Room 218 - Future Accelerators - Detectors and Computing for HEP - TR14&13 (until 18:00) (Room 218)
09:00 The CLIC project, status and prospects - Prof. Steinar Stapnes (CERN (CH))   (Room 218)
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09:15 Development of beam-collision feedback systems for future lepton colliders - Prof. Philip Burrows (University of Oxford (UK))   (Room 218)
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09:30 Status of the SuperB project - Umberto Dosselli (Universita e INFN (IT))   (Room 218)
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09:45 Precision Polarimetry for Electron Positron Linear Colliders - Dr Jenny List (DESY (DE))   (Room 218)
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10:00 Spin tracking at Future e+e- Colliders - Dr Anthony Hartin (DESY (DE))   (Room 218)
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10:15 Heavy ion collider facility NICA at JINR (Dubna): status and development - Dr Grigory Trubnikov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))   (Room 218)
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10:30 Prospective for A Fixed-Target ExpeRiment at the LHC: AFTER @ LHC - Dr Jean-Philippe Lansberg (Institut de Physique Nucléaire d'Orsay / IN2P3-CNRS (FR))   (Room 218)
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10:45 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 LHC Status and Future Upgrade Plans - Dr Ralph Steinhagen (CERN (CH))   (Room 218)
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11:30 Design Concepts for a Large Hadron Electron Collider - Prof. Max Klein (CERN)   (Room 218)
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11:45 The High Intensity Future of Fermilab - Dr Young-Kee Kim (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 218)
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12:00 Progress of MICE, the International Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment - Prof. Kenneth Long (Imperial College London (UK))   (Room 218)
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12:15 The Accelerator Complex from the International Design Study of the Neutrino Factory - Dr Paul Soler Jermyn (University of Glasgow (UK))   (Room 218)
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12:30 A new intense DC muon beam from a pion capture solenoid, MuSIC - Ms Yuko Hino (Osaka University (JP))   (Room 218)
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12:45 --- Lunch Break ---
13:45 The DPHEP Study Group: Data Preservation in High Energy Physics - Dr David South (DESY (DE))   (Room 218)
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14:00 Computing at SuperB - Dr Domenico Del Prete (INFN Napoli (IT))   (Room 218)
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14:15 Data Preparation for the CMS detector at 8TeV at the LHC. - Dr Jean-Roch Vlimant (CERN (CH))   (Room 218)
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14:30 The Present and Future Challenges of Distributed Computing in the ATLAS experiment - Dr Ikuo Ueda (University of Tokyo (JP))   (Room 218)
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14:45 Common Solutions to LHC Computing Problems - Dr Ian Fisk (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Room 218)
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15:00 Any data, any time, any where - Prof. Sudhir Malik (University of Nebraska-Lincoln (US))   (Room 218)
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15:15 The Large Hadron electron Collider Detector Design Concept (LHeC Study Group) - Dr Alessandro Polini (DESY (DE) & CERN (CH))   (Room 218)
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15:30 The MICE beamline instrumentation (trackers and PID) for precise emittance measurement. - Dr Paul Soler Jermyn (University of Glasgow (UK))   (Room 218)
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15:45 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Belle II at SuperKEKB - Prof. Martin Sevior (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 218)
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16:15 The DEPFET pixel vertex detector for the Belle II experiment at SuperKEKB - Dr Stefan; on behalf of the DEPFET collaboration Rummel (LMU Munich (DE))   (Room 218)
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16:30 The SiD Detector Concept for the International Linear Collider - Prof. Andy White (University of Texas at Arlington (US))   (Room 218)
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16:50 The ILD detector concept for the ILC - Dr Tomohiko Tanabe (ICEPP University of Tokyo (JP))   (Room 218)
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17:10 Physics and Detectors at CLIC - Dr Frank Simon (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik (DE))   (Room 218)
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17:30 Performance of the CALICE analogue calorimeters and tests of GEANT4 - Dr Tamaki Yoshioka (Kyushu University (JP))   (Room 218)
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17:45 High Resolution Hadron Calorimetry - Dr Adam Para (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 218)
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09:00
Room 219 - BSM - Non-SUSY - TR3 (until 17:55) (Room 219)
09:00 Quantum corrections to broken N=8 supergravity - Prof. Fabio Zwirner (University of Padova and INFN (IT))   (Room 219)
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09:20 Search for First Generation Leptoquarks in ep Collisions at HERA - Dr David South (DESY (DE))   (Room 219)
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09:35 A search for resonance decays to lepton+jet at HERA and limits on leptoquarks - Dr Katarzyna Wichmann (DESY)   (Room 219)
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09:50 Search for First Generation Leptoquark Pair Production in the Electron + Missing Energy + Jets Final State - Dr Bjorn Penning (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 219)
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10:05 Search for leptoquarks and heavy neutrino - Dr James Francis Hirschauer (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Room 219)
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10:20 Searches for new Physics in events decaying to tau leptons with the ATLAS detector - Dr Peter Wagner (University of Pennsylvania (US))   (Room 219)
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10:35 Discovering Colorons at the Large Hadron Collider - Prof. Chung Kao (University of Oklahoma (US))   (Room 219)
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10:50 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Search for resonances in lepton pairs and photon pairs with the ATLAS detector - Dr Xabier Anduaga Del Popolo (Universidad Nacional de La Plata (AR))   (Room 219)
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11:15 Search for resonant diboson production with the ATLAS detector - Mr Giovanni Zevi Della Porta (Harvard University (US))   (Room 219)
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11:30 Z' production at LHC in an extended MSSM - Prof. Simonetta Gentile (Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))   (Room 219)
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11:45 Search for New Physics in the Dijet and photon+jet angular and mass distributions with the ATLAS detector - Dr Dag Gillberg (Carleton University (CA))   (Room 219)
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12:00 Search for new physics in events with two photons, many jets, and low missing transverse energy - Dr Marc Gabriel Weinberg (Florida State University (US))   (Room 219)
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12:15 Search for new heavy gauge bosons at CMS - Prof. Claudia Wulz (Austrian Academy of Sciences (AT))   (Room 219)
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12:30 Search for hadronic resonances at CMS - Dr Andreas Hinzmann (CERN)   (Room 219)
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12:45 --- Lunch Break ---
13:45 Search for the dark photon at Belle - Prof. Ming-Chuan Chang (Fu Jen Catholic University (TW))   (Room 219)
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14:00 Searches for the pair production of dark matter particles at CMS - SARAH MALIK (UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON) Sarah Malik (Rockefeller University (US))   (Room 219)
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14:15 Search for dark-sector Higgs and gauge bosons at BABAR - Dr Adrian Bevan (Queen Mary University of London (UK))   (Room 219)
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14:30 Searches for monojet events with missing transverse momentum with the ATLAS detector - Dr David Salek (CERN)   (Room 219)
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14:45 Baryon asymmetry, dark matter and neutrino mass via exotic multiplets - Mr Sandy Law (National Cheng Kung University (TW))   (Room 219)
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15:00 Scale invariance and the electroweak symmetry breaking - Dr Archil Kobakhidze (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 219)
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15:15 --- Refreshment Break ---
15:45 Search for Universal Extra Dimensions in ppbar Collisions - Dr Souza Santos Angelo (LAFEX, Centro Brasieiro de Pesquisas Fiscicas (BR))   (Room 219)
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16:00 Search for extra dimensions at CMS - Dr Alessio Bonato (CERN)   (Room 219)
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16:15 Large lepton mixing angles from a 4+1-dimensional SU(5) x A_{4} domain-wall braneworld model - Mr Callen Benjamin (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 219)
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16:30 “Light” Higgs and warped models : Possible clues for future directions in HEP - Dr Amarjit Soni (Brookhaven National Laboratory (US))   (Room 219)
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16:45 Search for compositeness and contact interactions in CMS - Dr Kerstin Hoepfner (Rheinisch-Westfaelische Tech. Hoch. Aachen (DE))   (Room 219)
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17:00 Implications of 125 GeV Higgs in composite models - Mr Michele (CH) Redi (CERN)   (Room 219)
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17:20 Search for Contact Interactions in e^{\pm}p Collisions at HERA - Dr Eram Rizvi (Queen Mary University of London (UK))   (Room 219)
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09:00
Room 220 Lattice QCD / B-Physics / CP Violation, etc -TR5&7&10 (until 18:00) (Room 220)
09:00 The case for an excited "Higgs" within the standard model and particle/bound-state duality in the weak interactions - Dr Axel Maas (Friedrich Schiller University Jena (DE))   (Room 220)
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09:15 Lattice hadron spectroscopy with the stochastic LapH algorithm - Prof. Keisuke Juge (University of the Pacific (US))   (Room 220)
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09:30 Precision calculation of the Standard Model \Delta S=2 contribution to indirect CP violation in K->\pi\pi decays - Dr Thorsten Kurth (Bergische Universität Wuppertal (DE))   (Room 220)
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09:45 |Vub| determination in Lattice QCD - Dr Fabio Bernardoni (DESY (DE))   (Room 220)
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10:00 B-physics from lattice QCD...with a twist - Dr Andrea Shindler (Humboldt University (DE))   (Room 220)
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10:15 Tau decays at BaBar - Prof. Soeren Andre Prell (Iowa State University (US))   (Room 220)
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10:30 Charm decays at Belle - Prof. Min-Zu Wang (National Taiwan University (TW))   (Room 220)
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10:45 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:00 Charmless Two-body B decays Involving a Tensor Meson - Prof. Kwei-Chou Yang (Chung Yuan Christian University (TW))   (Room 220)
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11:15 Studies of multibody charmless B decays at LHCb - Dr Fernando Luiz Ferreira Rodrigues (CBPF - Brazilian Center for Physics Research (BR))   (Room 220)
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11:30 Hadronic B decays at BaBar - Dr Torsten Leddig (Universität Rostock (DE))   (Room 220)
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11:45 Hadronic B decays at Belle - Ms T'Mir Julius (University of Melbourne (AU))   (Room 220)
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12:00 Y(5S) spectroscopy at Belle - Prof. Alexander Bondar (Novosibirsk State University (RU))   (Room 220)
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12:15 Studies of hadronic B decays to final states containing open charm mesons at LHCb - Ms Alexandra Martin Sanchez (Universite de Paris-Sud 11 (FR))   (Room 220)
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12:30 Bs decays at Belle - Ms Felicitas Thorne (Institute of High Energy Physics (AT))   (Room 220)
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12:45 B meson decays to final states containing charmonia at LHCb - Mr Christian Peter Linn (Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg (DE))   (Room 220)
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13:00 --- Lunch Break ---
13:45 Updated measurements of the B0s and Lambda_b lifetimes - Prof. Peter Ratoff (Lancaster University (UK))   (Room 220)
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14:00 Measurements of b hadron lifetimes and effective lifetimes at LHCb - Dr Anna Phan (Syracuse University (US))   (Room 220)
Diapositivas
14:15 Flavour tagging at LHCb and measurements of B meson oscillations - Dr Stefania Vecchi (INFN Ferrara)   (Room 220)
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14:30 Mixing-induced CP violation at BaBar - Dr Riccardo de Sangro (INFN Frascati (IT))   (Room 220)
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14:45 Indirect CP violation at Belle - Mr Bastian Kronenbitter (KIT)   (Room 220)
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15:00 Studies of asymmetries in semileptonic B decays at LHCb - Prof. Marina Artuso (Syracuse University (US))   (Room 220)
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15:15 CDF results on CP violation in hadronic B decays - Mr Mirco Dorigo (INFN Trieste & University of Trieste (IT))   (Room 220)
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15:30 Measurements of flavor specific mixing asymmetries in B0d and B0s mesons and of the like-sign dimuon charge asymmetry - Dr Iain Bertram (Lancaster University)   (Room 220)
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15:45 --- Refreshment Break ---
16:00 Determination of DeltaGamma and phi_s from the decay Bs to J/psi Phi in ATLAS - Dr Sandro Palestini (CERN (CH))   (Room 220)
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16:15 Measurement of φs at LHCb - Dr Greig Cowan (EPFL (CH))   (Room 220)
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16:30 Searches for CP violation in the B0s system using B0s-->J/psi+(phi/f0/f2) decays - Dr Dmitri Tsybychev (Stony Brook University (US))   (Room 220)
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16:45 Studies related to the CKM angles phi_2 and phi_3 at Belle - Dr Jeremy Dalseno (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik)   (Room 220)
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17:00 Measurements of B -> D K(*) decays to constrain the CKM unitarity triangle angle γ at LHCb - Dr Andrew Stephen Powell (University of Oxford (GB))   (Room 220)
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17:15 Charmless B decays and CP violation at BABAR - Dr Eli Ben Haim (LPNHE, IN2P3-CNRS, Universities of Paris VI (FR))   (Room 220)
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17:30 Measurements of CP violation in charmless two-body B decays at LHCb - Dr Paul Soler Jermyn (University of Glasgow (GB))   (Room 220)
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17:45 Constraining CP violation in neutral meson mixing with theory input - Dr Sascha Turczyk (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (US))   (Room 220)
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09:00
ILCSC (until 18:00) (Room 209)
09:00
Opening Ceremony / LHC Higgs Search Updates (until 11:00) (Plenary 3)
09:00 Official Opening   (Plenary 3)
09:30 Higgs - ATLAS - Dr Richard Hawkings (CERN)   (Plenary 3)
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10:00 Higgs - CMS - Prof. Joseph Incandela (Univ. of California Santa Barbara (US))   (Plenary 3)
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10:30 Higgs - Tevatron - Dr Shalhout Shalhout (University of California Davis (US)) Dr Shalhout Shalhout (UCDAVIS)   (Plenary 3)
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11:00 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:30
Tevatron Higgs Search Update / Top Quark Physics (until 12:30) (Plenary 3)
11:30 Top Measurements - Prof. Thomas Muller (KIT (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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12:00 Top Quark Physics - Theory - Dr Gilad Perez (CERN (CH) & Weizmann Inst (IL))   (Plenary 3)
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09:00
QCD (until 11:00) (Plenary 3)
09:00 Jet Production and QCD at High Energy Colliders - Dr Dmitry Bandurin (Florida State University (US))   (Plenary 3)
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09:30 PDF Measurements - Dr Alexander Glazov (DESY (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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10:00 Experimental results on Soft Strong Interactions - Dr Paul Newman (Birmingham University (UK))   (Plenary 3)
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10:30 Perturbative QCD Status - Dr John Campbell (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Plenary 3)
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11:00 --- Refreshment Break ---
11:15
Heavy Ions / Lattice QCD (until 12:50) (Plenary 3)
11:20 Recent Results from Heavy Ion Collisions at the LHC - Prof. Johanna Stachel (Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg (DE))   (Plenary 3)
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11:50 Heavy Ion Theory - Dr Carlos Albert Salgado Lopez (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (ES))   (Plenary 3)
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12:20 Progress in Lattice QCD - Dr James Zanotti (University of Adelaide (AU))   (Plenary 3)
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09:00
Neutrinos (until 10:30) (Plenary 3)
09:00 Long Baseline Neutrinos - Prof. Takashi Kobayashi (KEK (JP))   (Plenary 3)
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09:30 Reactor Neutrino Results - Prof. Jun Cao (IHEP (CN))   (Plenary 3)
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10:00 Neutrinos Theory Review - Prof. Concepcion Gonzalez-Garcia (YITP-Stony Brook & ICREA-Barcelona (ES))   (Plenary 3)
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10:30 --- Refreshment Break ---
10:50
Cosmology / Theory Developments (until 12:50) (Plenary 3)
10:50 DM Direct Searches - Dr lauren hsu (Fermilab)   (Plenary 3)
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11:20 Dark Matter and New Physics - Prof. Neal Weiner (New York University (US))   (Plenary 3)
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11:50 Dark Energy and Cosmology - Prof. Mark Trodden (University of Pennsylvania)   (Plenary 3)
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12:20 New Directions in Scattering Theory - Prof. LANCE Dixon (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))   (Plenary 3)
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15:00
ATLAS talk prep (until 18:00) (Conference Room Level 7)
15:00
Registration (until 19:30) ()
18:00
Welcome Reception (until 19:30) ()
22:00
CMS Meeting (until 23:30) (Conference Room, Level 7)