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11th Franco-Italian Meeting on B Physics: New Promising Flavour Physics Research Subjects in Theory and Experiment
Charpak Amphitheatre (LPNHE-Paris)
4 place Jussieu, Paris, France
We look forward to welcoming you to the workshop, which will be held in Paris, France, on April 11-13, 2016. This is the 11th meeting in the series "Workshop on B Physics", jointly organized by Italian and French physicists.
The scope of the workshop has expanded over the years and flavour physics in general will be covered: topics will include B, charm and kaon physics and lepton flavour violation. The current state of the art of flavour physics will be reviewed, with an emphasis on the interplay between experimental results and theory. There will then be sessions devoted to future developments, both in the medium term and long term, as seen from the experimental and theoretical viewpoints. The goal is to survey the landscape of flavour physics over the next decade and beyond.