- Daniela Bortoletto (University of Oxford (GB))
Pushpalatha Bhat (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))
Erik Ramberg (Fermilab)
The field of particle physics spans 24 orders of magnitude in energy – from axion masses to the highest energy cosmic rays. The species of particles we have to contend with – hadrons, leptons, bosons, neutrinos, dark matter, phonons, quasi-particles, etc. – are unique and equally challenging in nature. Because of this diversity, particle physics has traditionally been a hotbed of innovative...
Paul Collier (CERN)
The recent update of the European Strategy for Particle Physics set the direction for the further development of the field in Europe for the coming years. The medium and longer-term plans of CERN are fully aligned with this strategy. The vision of CERN as part of a global collaboration will be outlined covering 4 main areas: the full exploitation of the LHC, studies at the future energy...
Joseph David Lykken (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))