7-9 January 2015
University of Zurich
Europe/Zurich timezone
The experimentally observed flavour structure of quarks and leptons hosts a broad spectrum of phenomena of mixings, patterns and symmetries; and flavour observables can provide indirect probes of the physics at energy scales well beyond the direct reach of high energy colliders. Several new directions in flavour physics have opened up recently, such as flavour observables in Higgs physics, specific ultra-rare processes measured at LHCb, and a new lepton flavour program starting at PSI. The Zurich Phenomenology workshop will bring together leading researchers from experimental and theoretical elementary particle physics to discuss recent results on quark and lepton flavour observables and their impact on the search for new physics beyond the Standard Model.
University of Zurich
Ramistrasse 71, Zurich