The Fifth Annual Large Hadron Collider Physics conference (LHCP2017)

Asia/Shanghai
AnTai A300 (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)

AnTai A300

Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Xuhui Campus
Aleandro Nisati (Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT)) , Guenakh Mitselmakher (University of Florida (US)) , Haijun Yang (Shanghai Jiao Tong Univeristy) , Shan Jin (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
Description

The fifth Annual Large Hadron Collider Physics conference was held in Shanghai and hosted by Shanghai Jiao Tong University on May 15-20, 2017.

The LHCP conference series was initiated in 2013 by merging two international conferences, Physics at Large Hadron Collider Conference and Hadron Collider Physics Symposium. The program will be devoted to a detailed review of the latest experimental and theoretical results on collider physics, particularly the most recent results of the LHC Run II, and discussions on further research directions within the high energy particle physics community including both theory and experiment sides. The main goal of the conference is to provide intense and lively discussions between experimentalists and theorists in research areas such as the Standard Model Physics and Beyond, the Higgs Boson, Supersymmetry, Heavy Quark Physics and Heavy Ion Physics as well as the recent progress in the high luminosity upgrades of the LHC and future colliders developments.

Participants
  • Abeeha Batool
  • Achim Geiser
  • Adam Davis
  • Aleandro Nisati
  • Alejandro Celis
  • Alessandro Vicini
  • Alexander Glazov
  • Alexander Huss
  • Alexander Oh
  • Alexander Savin
  • Ana Godinho
  • Andrea Dainese
  • Andrea Dell'Acqua
  • Andrea Festanti
  • Andrew Ivanov
  • Aniello Spiezia
  • Anne Marie Sickles
  • Anthony Morley
  • Antoine Lardeux
  • Antonella De Santo
  • Antonio Dobado
  • Ao Xu
  • Arabella Martelli
  • Arno Straessner
  • Arthur Lesage
  • Arturo Fernandez Tellez
  • Arun Kumar
  • Ben Nachman
  • Bin Li
  • Bin Yan
  • Bo Liu
  • Bowen Xiao
  • Brian Petersen
  • Bruce Mellado
  • Burhan Salay
  • Burkhard Schmidt
  • Caitriana Nicholson
  • Carlos Escobar Ibañez
  • Caroline Collard
  • Cecile Caillol
  • Cen Zhang
  • Charlie Young
  • Chen Wang
  • Chen Zhang
  • Chengguang Zhu
  • Chiara Debenedetti
  • Chih-Ting Lu
  • Christian Contreras Campana
  • Christopher Verhaaren
  • Chul Kim
  • Chung Kao
  • Claude Amsler
  • Claudia Bertella
  • Claudia Seitz
  • Cong Peng
  • Connie Potter
  • Cristiano Alpigiani
  • Cristina Biino
  • Cristina Terrevoli
  • Cunfeng Feng
  • Daicui Zhou
  • Daniel Froidevaux
  • Daniel Tovey
  • Daniela Salvatore
  • David Marzocca
  • David Michael Morse
  • David Pinner
  • David Rohr
  • Davide Pagani
  • Dawn Hudson
  • Despina Hatzifotiadou
  • Dimitris Varouchas
  • Dingyu Shao
  • Dmitri Denisov
  • Dmitri Tsybychev
  • Doreen Wackeroth
  • Eckhard Elsen
  • Elena Botta
  • Elena Gonzalez Ferreiro
  • Elena Yatsenko
  • Eleni Mountricha
  • Eleni Vryonidou
  • Elias Coniavitis
  • Emanuele Re
  • Emilie Maurice
  • Erhan Gulmez
  • Evelin Meoni
  • Fabio Cossutti
  • Fabio Ferrari
  • Federico Antinori
  • Federico Betti
  • Fengfeng An
  • Florencia Canelli
  • Francesca Dordei
  • Francesco Pandolfi
  • Francesco Polci
  • Francesco Romeo
  • Francois Corriveau
  • Frederic Deliot
  • Frédéric Blanc
  • Gang LI
  • Geng Chen
  • Georges Aad
  • Giacinto Piacquadio
  • Giacomo Volpe
  • Giancarlo Ferrera
  • Gianni Masetti
  • Giuseppe Trombetta
  • Gregorio Bernardi
  • Gudrun Heinrich
  • Guenakh Mitselmakher
  • Guido Andreassi
  • Guiyun Ding
  • Gunn Quznetsov
  • Guoming Chen
  • Guy Wilkinson
  • Hadi Mehrabpour
  • Haijun Yang
  • Hang Yin
  • Hang Zhou
  • Hannah Mary Evans
  • Hannsjorg Weber
  • hao sun
  • HAO ZHANG
  • Heather Gray
  • Heng Lin
  • Henry Lubatti
  • Hesheng Chen
  • Hitoshi Murayama
  • hoernisa imin
  • Hong-Fei Zhang
  • Hongbo Liao
  • Hongbo Zhu
  • Hongjian He
  • Hongli Ma
  • Hsiang-nan Li
  • Hua Pei
  • Hua-Xing Chen
  • Huajie Cheng
  • Huang Huang
  • Huaqiao Zhang
  • Huasheng Shao
  • HuaXing Zhu
  • Huayong Han
  • Hugo Prager
  • Huijun Zhang
  • Huilin Qu
  • Hwi Dong Yoo
  • Hyung Do Kim
  • Ian Low
  • Illia Khvastunov
  • Isabelle Helena J De Bruyn
  • J S Huang
  • James Catmore
  • James Pinfold
  • Jan Hajer
  • Janusz Rosiek
  • Jason Mansour
  • Javier Montejo Berlingen
  • Jens Dopke
  • Jiajia Qin
  • Jian Wang
  • Jiangyong Jia
  • Jianming Qian
  • Jie Lu
  • Jie Lu
  • Jiesheng Yu
  • Jing Li
  • Jing-Ge Shiu
  • Joany Manjarres
  • Joao Barreiro Guimaraes Da Costa
  • Jochen Klein
  • Joel Butler
  • Joergen Sjoelin
  • Jonas Lindert
  • Jonatan Piedra
  • Jorge de Blas
  • Jovan Milosevic
  • Juan Alcaraz Maestre
  • Juan Rojo
  • Jubin Park
  • Jue Zhang
  • Julia Isabell Djuvsland
  • Jun Cao
  • Jun Gao
  • Jun Gao
  • Jun Guo
  • Jun He
  • Junquan Tao
  • Juri Fiaschi
  • Kai-Feng Chen
  • Karl Jakobs
  • Karoly Urmossy
  • Kate Shaw
  • Kathrin Becker
  • Kati Lassila-Perini
  • Katsuo Tokushuku
  • Kazunori Hanagaki
  • Ke-Pan Xie
  • Keisuke Yoshihara
  • Kenneth Long
  • Kerim Suruliz
  • Kevin Black
  • Kevin Finelli
  • Ki Lie
  • Kin Ho Lo
  • Kirill Prokofiev
  • Klaus Monig
  • Krzysztof Wieslaw Wozniak
  • Kyeongpil Lee
  • Lawrence Lee Jr
  • Leonid Gladilin
  • Leonid Serkin
  • Li Huang
  • Li Yi
  • Li Yuan
  • Liang Han
  • Liang Li
  • Lianliang Ma
  • Lianyou Shan
  • Ligang Xia
  • Lilin Yang
  • Liming Zhang
  • Ling-Xiao Xu
  • Linwei Li
  • Liu kai
  • Liupan An
  • Ljiljana Morvaj
  • Loukas Gouskos
  • Luca Malgeri
  • Luca Scodellaro
  • Luciano Maiani
  • Ludovico Pontecorvo
  • Luis Roberto Flores Castillo
  • M. Ayub Faridi
  • Maarten Boonekamp
  • Maikel de Vries
  • Maksim Perfilov
  • Manfred Krammer
  • Manqi Ruan
  • Maosen Zhou
  • Marc Dunser
  • Marcella Bona
  • Marcin Chrzaszcz
  • Marco Peruzzi
  • Marie Germain
  • Marielle Chartier
  • Marija Marjanovic
  • Marino Romano
  • Mario Campanelli
  • Martin Aleksa
  • Martin Flechl
  • Martin Gonzalez Alonso
  • Martin Tripiana
  • Martino Borsato
  • Martino Gagliardi
  • Marumi Kado
  • Matteo Bauce
  • Matteo Cacciari
  • Meenakshi Narain
  • Meng Xiao
  • Mengchao Zhang
  • Menglei Sun
  • Menglin Xu
  • Mengran Li
  • Mengzhen Wang
  • Miaoran Lu
  • Michael Aaron Kagan
  • Michael Duehrssen-Debling
  • Michaela Mlynarikova
  • Michelangelo Mangano
  • Michihisa Takeuchi
  • Miguel Vidal Marono
  • Milos Dordevic
  • Min He
  • Minghui Liu
  • Mingrui Zhao
  • Mingshui Chen
  • Mirko Berretti
  • Mohamad Kassem Ayoub
  • Monica Dunford
  • Monica Pepe-Altarelli
  • Monika Blanke
  • Monika Wielers
  • Moritz Preisser
  • Muhammad Ahmad
  • Muhammad Bilal Kiani
  • Murli Manohar Verma
  • Myeonghun Park
  • Narei Lorenzo Martinez
  • Neelima Agrawal
  • NEERAJ GUPTA
  • Nils Faltermann
  • Nima Arkani-Hamed
  • Ning Zhou
  • Nishu Nishu
  • Nuno Leonardo
  • Olaf Steinkamp
  • Olayiwola Gborigi
  • Oldrich Kepka
  • Oliver Baker
  • Olivier Arnaez
  • Omar Vazquez Rueda
  • Paolo Bartalini
  • Paolo Giacomelli
  • Patrick Connor
  • Patrick Spradlin
  • Pei-Rong Li
  • Peng-Fei Yin
  • Pengfei Zhuang
  • Pengxuan Zhu
  • Pengyao Cui
  • Peter Athron
  • Peter Jenni
  • Philipp Pigard
  • Pietro Antonioli
  • Plamen Hopchev
  • Prabhakar Palni
  • Prolay Kumar Mal
  • Qi Li
  • Qian-Fei Xiang
  • Qiang Li
  • Qianying Guo
  • Qing-Hong Cao
  • qingdong wu
  • Qundong Han
  • Raman Khurana
  • Ran Ding
  • Rebeca Gonzalez Suarez
  • Renata Kopecna
  • Renjie Wang
  • Riccardo Torre
  • Riccardo Vari
  • Roberto Losito
  • Roel Aaij
  • Roman Lietava
  • Rong-Gang Ping
  • Salvatore Aiola
  • Salvatore Costa
  • Sandra Malvezzi
  • Sandro Palestini
  • Sarka Todorova
  • Sarmad Masood Shaheen
  • Sasa Prelovsek
  • Satoshi Shirai
  • Savannah Jennifer Thais
  • Sebastian Tapia Araya
  • Sebastien Rettie
  • Seema Sharma
  • Shahram Rahatlou
  • Shan Cheng
  • Shan Jin
  • shang liang
  • Shiping He
  • Shu Li
  • Shu-Yuan Guo
  • Shuang Yang
  • Shufang Su
  • Shuo Han
  • Silvia Borghi
  • Silvia Gambetta
  • Siyu Tang
  • Song Zhang
  • Songkyo Lee
  • Sophio Pataraia
  • Stefania Gori
  • Stefania Vecchi
  • Stefano Augusto Pozzorini
  • Swagata Mukherjee
  • Tae Min Hong
  • Teng Jian Khoo
  • Teresa Barillari
  • Tetsufumi Hirano
  • Theodore Zorbas
  • Thiago Rafael Tomei Fernandez
  • Thomas Flacke
  • Thomas Muller
  • Tianjue Min
  • Tiantian Yin
  • Till Eifert
  • Tom Neep
  • Tommaso Lari
  • Tomoyuki Saito
  • Torsten Akesson
  • Ulla Blumenschein
  • Ulrich Haisch
  • Valentin Hirschi
  • Valentina Cairo
  • Valentina Zaccolo
  • Viatcheslav Valouev
  • Vincenzo Vagnoni
  • Wan Chang
  • Wei Chao
  • Wei Li
  • Wei Wang
  • Wenchang Xiang
  • Wenchao Zhang
  • Wenwen Qi
  • William Barter
  • Wojciech Fedorko
  • Wolfgang Altmannshofer
  • Xabier Cid Vidal
  • xia wan
  • Xiang Liu
  • Xiangxiang Ren
  • Xiao-Fei Guo
  • Xiaodong Ma
  • Xiaohui Liu
  • Xiaojun Bi
  • Xiaopan Yang
  • Xiaowen Ren
  • Xiaoze Tan
  • Xifeng Ruan
  • Xin Shi
  • Xin-Nian Wang
  • Xinchou Lou
  • Xing Long Li
  • Xingchang Song
  • Xingguo Li
  • Xinye Peng
  • Xuai Zhuang
  • xuan chen
  • Xueqian Li
  • Xuesong Liu
  • Xurun Huang
  • Ya Zhang
  • Ya Zhu
  • Yan Li
  • Yanchun Ding
  • Yandong Liu
  • Yang Liu
  • Yang Zhang
  • Yang Zhou
  • Yangheng Zheng
  • Yanhui Ma
  • Yanping Huang
  • Yanwen Liu
  • Yanxi Zhang
  • Yanyan Gao
  • Yaquan Fang
  • Yasuhiro Okada
  • Yaxian Mao
  • Yen-Jie Lee
  • Yi Fan Hu
  • Yi Yang
  • Yi-Ting Duh
  • Yifang Wang
  • Yongke Zhao
  • Yongsheng Gao
  • Yongsun Kim
  • Yu Zhang
  • Yuan Ru
  • Yuan-Tang Chou
  • Yuanfang Yue
  • Yuanning Gao
  • Yue Zhao
  • Yuehong Xie
  • Zhao Li
  • zhaofeng kang
  • Zhaoru Zhang
  • Zhen Xu
  • Zhen-Hua Zhang
  • Zheng Wang
  • Zhengguo Zhao
  • Zhenwei Cui
  • Zhenwei Yang
  • Zhijun Liang
  • Zhong-Bao Yin
  • Георгий Рязанцев
  • 俊杰 曹
  • 杨乐 贺
    • 16:00 19:00
      On-site Registration: Please bring passport to the registration desk AnTai A300

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      Convener: LHCP2017 LOC
    • 07:30 08:30
      On-site Registration: Please bring passport to the registration desk AnTai A300

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      Convener: LHCP2017 LOC
    • 08:30 10:35
      Opening Plenary: I AnTai A300

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      Conveners: Prof. Haijun Yang (Shanghai Jiao Tong Univeristy) , Shan Jin (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
    • 10:35 11:15
      Coffee Break & Photo 40m AnTai A300

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    • 11:15 12:30
      Opening Plenary: II AnTai A300

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      Conveners: Manfred Krammer (CERN) , Peter Jenni (Albert-Ludwigs-Universitaet Freiburg (DE))
      • 11:15
        Highlights and perspectives from the ATLAS experiment 25m
        Speaker: Ludovico Pontecorvo (CERN)
      • 11:40
        Highlights and perspectives from the LHCb experiment 25m
        Speaker: Guy Wilkinson (University of Oxford (GB))
      • 12:05
        Highlights and perspectives from the ALICE experiment 25m
        Speaker: Andrea Dainese (INFN - Padova (IT))
    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch 1h 30m Canteen ()

      Canteen

    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel Heavy Flavors: I Haoran 308

      Haoran 308

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      Xuhui Campus

      Session convener:
      Jernej Kamenik (Theory)
      Cai-Dian Lu (Theory)
      Sandra Malvezzi (CMS)
      Min jung Kweon (ALICE)
      Sandro Palestini (ATLAS)
      Stefania Vecchi (LHCb)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-hf@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        Measurements of heavy flavour and quarkonia production in pp collisions at ALICE 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Dr. Antoine Lardeux (University of Oslo (NO))
      • 14:16
        Measurements of heavy flavour production in pp collisions at ATLAS 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: James Catmore (University of Oslo (NO))
      • 14:32
        Measurements of heavy flavour production in pp collisions at LHCb 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Yanxi Zhang (Universite de Paris-Sud 11 (FR))
      • 14:48
        Heavy flavour production and spectroscopy at CMS 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Sarmad Masood Shaheen (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 15:04
        ATLAS results on hadron spectroscopy, including exotic states 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Leonid Gladilin (M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (RU))
      • 15:20
        LHCb results on hadron spectroscopy, including exotic states 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Jiesheng Yu (Central China Normal University CCNU (CN))
      • 15:36
        Heavy flavour (exotics) spectroscopy (phenomenology) 24m

        20' Talk +4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Xiang Liu (Lanzhou University)
    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel Higgs: I AnTai A300

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      Session Conveners:
      Michael Duehrssen (ATLAS)
      Mingshui Chen (CMS)
      Stefania Gori (Theory)
      J.-S. Lee (Theory)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-higgs@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        Higgs measurements in high resolution channels with ATLAS 12m

        12' Talk (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Eleni Mountricha (Brookhaven National Laboratory - BNL (US))
      • 14:12
        Higgs measurements in high resolution channels with CMS 12m

        12' Talk (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Junquan Tao (Institute of High Energy Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 14:24
        Discussion 10m
      • 14:34
        Higgs physics and effective field theories 17m

        14' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: David Marzocca , David Marzocca (University of Zurich)
      • 14:51
        Predictions for exclusive Higgs cross sections 17m

        14' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Emanuele Re (LAPTh Annecy)
      • 15:08
        Higgs measurements in WW, tautau and mumu channels with CMS 12m

        12' Talk (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Arun Kumar (National Taiwan University (TW))
      • 15:20
        Higgs measurements in WW, tautau and mumu channels with ATLAS 12m

        12' Talk (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Kathrin Becker (University of Oxford (GB))
      • 15:32
        Discussion 10m
      • 15:42
        Higgs production in association with single top 17m

        14' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Chih-Ting Lu
    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel Outreach: I Haoran 309

      Haoran 309

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Kati Lassila-Perini
      Kate Shaw
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-out@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        After the Higgs: New challenges in CERN communications 12m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Ana Godinho (CERN)
      • 14:15
        Particle Physics Masterclasses for the Intl. Day of Women and Girls in Science’ 12m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Julia Isabell Djuvsland (Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg (DE))
      • 14:30
        CMS open data in research 12m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Achim Geiser (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))
      • 14:45
        Communicating ATLAS: How the ATLAS experiment tailors its public communication 12m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Luis Roberto Flores Castillo (The Chinese University of Hong Kong (HK))
      • 15:00
        Masterclasses in LHCb 12m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Francesca Dordei (CERN)
      • 15:15
        Exhibiting the Alice experiment 12m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Despina Hatzifotiadou (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))
      • 15:30
        Panel discussion 30m

        The speakers are invited to participate and the audience will have the opportunity to ask specific questions.

        The topics will include

        • Communicating our physics program to audiences (Physics with/beyond the Higgs, New Physics)
        • Desired impact of communications
        • Accessing new audiences with LHC and the experiments
    • 14:00 16:05
      Parallel Performance: I Haoran 102

      Haoran 102

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      Session Conveners:
      Marie Germain (ALICE)
      Giacinto Piacquadio (ATLAS)
      Siliva Borghi (LHCb)
      Caroline Collard (CMS)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-perf@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        State-of-the-art Machine Learning in event reconstruction and object identification 25m

        20' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated
        time strictly)

        Speaker: Michael Aaron Kagan (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (US))
      • 14:25
        Particle identification performance at ALICE 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Elena Botta (Universita e INFN Torino (IT))
      • 14:45
        Tau-tagging in ATLAS and CMS 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Martin Flechl (Austrian Academy of Sciences (AT))
      • 15:05
        Novel LHCb strategy for particle identification and its performance 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Fabio Ferrari (University of Bologna and INFN (IT))
      • 15:25
        Proton tagging in the forward region: prospect and performance 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Mirko Berretti (Helsinki Institute of Physics (FI))
    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel QCD: I Haoran 306

      Haoran 306

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Capus

      Session conveners:
      Mario Campanelli (ATLAS)
      William James Barter (LHCb)
      Fabio Cossutti (CMS)
      Jochen Klein (ALICE)
      Hsian-nan Li (Theory)
      Maria Ubiali (Theory)

      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-qcd@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        Jet and photon measurements with ATLAS 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Ben Nachman (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))
      • 14:17
        Measurements of jet production properties in CMS 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Patrick Connor (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))
      • 14:34
        Heavy Flavour production at LHCb 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Patrick Spradlin (University of Glasgow (GB))
      • 14:51
        Jet properties in ALICE 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Dr. Yaxian Mao (Central China Normal University CCNU (CN))
      • 15:08
        Jet substructure and algorithms 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Chul Joon Kim (Physics Department-Korea University-Unknown) , Chul Kim
      • 15:25
        Monte Carlo developments and resummation 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Valentin Hirschi (ETHZ - ETH Zurich) , Valentin Hirschi (Unknown-Unknown-Unknown) , Dr. Valentin Jonathan Hirschi (SLAC)
      • 15:42
        Higher order QCD calculations 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: HuaXing Zhu (MIT)
    • 16:05 16:30
      Coffee Break 25m AnTai A300

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    • 16:30 18:54
      Plenary - Higgs AnTai A300

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      Conveners: Daniel Froidevaux (CERN) , Dr. Juan Alcaraz Maestre (CIEMAT-Madrid)
      • 16:30
        Theoretical implications of our current understanding of the Higgs boson, and future prospects 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Ian Low , Ian Low (Argonne National Laboratory (US))
      • 16:54
        Higgs properties I - New results 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Jonatan Piedra Gomez (Universidad de Cantabria (ES))
      • 17:18
        Higgs properties II - Higgs combinations 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Mingshui Chen (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 17:42
        Higgs Yukawa couplings 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Georges Aad (CPPM, Aix-Marseille Université, CNRS/IN2P3 (FR))
      • 18:06
        Rare production and decay channels 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Anthony Morley (CERN)
      • 18:30
        Searches for additional Higgs bosons 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Meng Xiao (Johns Hopkins University (US))
    • 18:54 19:05
      Break 11m AnTai A300

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    • 19:05 20:50
      Reception Faculty Club (教师活动中心

      Faculty Club (教师活动中心

    • 08:30 10:30
      Plenary - QCD AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus
      Conveners: Marumi Kado (Universite de Paris-Sud 11 (FR)) , Matteo Cacciari (LPTHE Paris)
      • 08:30
        Progress with QCD calculations for the LHC 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Gudrun Heinrich (Max Planck Institute for Physics)
      • 08:54
        Soft QCD 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Sarka Todorova (Tufts University (US)) , Sarka Todorova (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))
      • 09:18
        Jets and Photons 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Cristina Biino (INFN Torino (IT))
      • 09:42
        QCD with ALICE and LHCb 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Paolo Bartalini (Central China Normal University CCNU (CN))
      • 10:06
        Recent progress in PDFs 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Dr. Juan Rojo (VU Amsterdam and Nikhef)
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee Break 30m AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus
    • 11:00 12:30
      Parallel Heavy Ions: I Haoran 308

      Haoran 308

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Elena G Ferreiro (Theory)
      Jiangyong Jia (ATLAS)
      Yen-Jie Lee (CMS)
      Karel Safarik (ALICE)
      Bo-Wen Xiao (Theory)
      Yanxi Zhang (LHCb)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-hion@cern.ch

    • 11:00 12:30
      Parallel Higgs: II AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session Conveners:
      Michael Duehrssen (ATLAS)
      Mingshui Chen (CMS)
      Stefania Gori (Theory)
      J.-S. Lee (Theory)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-higgs@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        Higgs results with direct top and b-Yukawas with CMS 12m

        12' Talk (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Christian Contreras Campana (DESY, Hamburg (Germany))
      • 11:12
        Higgs results with direct top and b-Yukawas with ATLAS 12m

        12' Talk (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Zhijun Liang (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 11:24
        Discussion 10m
      • 11:34
        Searches for rare and exotic Higgs decays with ATLAS 12m

        12' Talk (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Marija Marjanovic (Univ. Blaise Pascal Clermont-Fe. II (FR))
      • 11:46
        Searches for rare and exotic Higgs decays with CMS 12m

        12' Talk (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Cecile Sarah Caillol (University of Wisconsin-Madison (US))
      • 11:58
        Discussion 10m
      • 12:08
        Higgs exotic decays in natural theories 17m

        14' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Christopher Verhaaren (University of California, Davis)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Parallel QCD: II Haoran 306

      Haoran 306

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Capus

      Session conveners:
      Mario Campanelli (ATLAS)
      William James Barter (LHCb)
      Fabio Cossutti (CMS)
      Jochen Klein (ALICE)
      Hsian-nan Li (Theory)
      Maria Ubiali (Theory)

      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-qcd@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        Soft QCD results in pp and pPb with ALICE 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Valentina Zaccolo (Universita e INFN Torino (IT))
      • 11:17
        Measurements of particle production, underlying event and double parton scattering in CMS 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Marc Dunser (CERN)
      • 11:34
        Collective effects and particle correlation in ATLAS 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Oldrich Kepka (Acad. of Sciences of the Czech Rep. (CZ))
      • 11:51
        Measurements of particle production, soft QCD, and double parton scattering with LHCb 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Liupan An (Tsinghua University (CN))
      • 12:08
        Multiplicity dependence of particle production in ALICE 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Giacomo Volpe (INFN) , Dr. Giacomo Volpe (Università & INFN, Bari)
    • 11:00 12:30
      Parallel Searches: I Haoran 102

      Haoran 102

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session Conveners:
      Xabier Cid Vidal (LHCb)
      Jiji Fan (Theory)
      Felix Kahlhoefer (Theory)
      Tommaso Lari (ATLAS)
      Klaus Moenig (ATLAS)
      Seema Sharma (CMS)
      Michihisa Takeuchi (Theory)
      Slava Valouev (CMS)

      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-exosus@cern.ch

    • 12:30 14:00
      Lunch 1h 30m Canteen ()

      Canteen

    • 14:00 16:00
      Posters Haoran 102

      Haoran 102

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      In order to access the list of posters (and PDF files) please click on "View session details". Instruction for preparing your posters is available at http://lhcp2017.physics.sjtu.edu.cn/node/52

      • 14:00
        Search for neutral MSSM Higgs bosons decaying to a tau-antitau pair in the ATLAS detector produced with 13 TeV proton-proton collisions at the LHC 20m

        We present the latest results in the search for Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM) neutral Higgs bosons decaying to a tau-antitau pair (H/A->TauTau). We consider tau-pair decays in the Leptonic-Hadronic (LepHad) and Hadronic-Hadronic (HadHad) modes. We analyse Run 2 data recorded with the ATLAS detector, produced with proton-proton collisions at a centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The background theory of the MSSM will be introduced as an extension to the Standard Model (SM) predicting these additional Higgs bosons with masses heavier than the SM Higgs Boson. The resulting limits on the production rates of the MSSM Higgs boson, which are used to constrain the theory, will be presented.

        Speaker: Mr. Theodore Zorbas (University of Sheffield (GB))
      • 14:20
        CMS-HF Calorimeter Upgrade for Run II 20m

        CMS-HF Calorimeters have been undergoing a major upgrade for the last couple of years to alleviate the problems encountered during Run I, especially in the PMT and the readout systems. In this poster, the problems caused by the old PMTs installed in the detectors and their solutions will be explained. Initially, regular PMTs with windows thick enough to cause Cherenkov radiation were used. Instead of the light coming through the fibers from the detector, stray muons passing through the PMT itself produce Cherenkov radiation in the PMT window, resulting in erroneously large signals. Usually, large signals are the result of very high-energy particles in the calorimeter and are tagged as important. As a result, these so-called “window events” generate false triggers. Four-anode PMTs with thinner windows were selected to reduce these “window events.” Additional channels also help eliminate such remaining events through some algorithms comparing the output of different PMT channels. During the EYETS 16/17 period in the LHC operations, the final components of the modifications to the readout system, namely the two-channel front-end electronics cards, are installed. Complete upgrade of the HF Calorimeter, including the preparations for the Run II will be discussed in this poster, with possible effects on the eventual data taking.

        Speaker: Erhan Gulmez (Bogazici University (TR))
      • 14:40
        SM Higgs boson decays to taus at CMS 20m

        A search for a standard model Higgs boson decaying into a pair of tau leptons is performed using events recorded by the CMS experiment at the LHC in 2016. The dataset corresponds to an integrated luminosity of 35.9 fbinv at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV. Each tau lepton decays hadronically or leptonically, and the four final states with the largest branching fractions are considered.

        Speaker: Cecile Sarah Caillol (University of Wisconsin-Madison (US))
      • 15:00
        Measurement of VBF Higgs boson production at sqrt(s)=13 TeV in the diphoton final state with the ATLAS detector 20m

        A measurement of the VBF production cross section, performed in the framework of the Higgs simplified template cross section measurement, is made at sqrt(s)=13 TeV exploiting the diphoton final state. The measurement uses the full pp collision data collected in 2015 and 2016 by the ATLAS experiment at the LHC. Special emphasis is given to the optimisation of the selection and the uncertainty estimation.

        Speaker: Yu Zhang
      • 15:20
        Search for new physics in events with multileptons and jets in 35.9 fb−1 of pp collision data at 13 TeV with the CMS experiment 20m

        A search for new physics is carried out in events with $\geq$ 3 electrons or muons and jets. Results are based on a sample of proton-proton collision data produced by the LHC at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV and collected by the CMS experiment in 2016. Events are classified according to the number of b-tagged jets, missing transverse momentum, hadronic transverse energy, and the invariant mass of opposite-charge, same-flavor dilepton pairs. The results are interpreted using simplified models of supersymmetry. No significant excess above the standard model background expectation is observed.

        Speaker: Ignacio Suarez Andres (Universidad de Oviedo (ES))
      • 15:40
        "Measurement of WW cross-section in pp collisions at 13TeV with the CMS detector 20m

        A measurement of the W+W− cross section in pp collisions at 13 TeV is presented.
        The data were collected with the CMS detector at the LHC in 2015, and correspond
        to an integrated luminosity of 2.3 ± 0.1 fb-1 . The measurement is performed by selecting events with one electron and one muon of opposite charge, accompanied
        by large missing transverse energy. The W+W− cross section is measured to be
        115.3 ± 5.8 (stat) ± 5.7 (exp) ± 6.4 (theo) ± 3.6 (lum) pb, consistent with the standard
        model prediction.

        Speaker: Pedro Fernandez Manteca (Universidad de Cantabria (ES))
      • 15:40
        $\rm D^{0}$-meson production and elliptic flow measurements in Pb--Pb collisions at $\sqrt{s_{\mathrm{NN}}}$ = 5.02 TeV with ALICE 20m

        Heavy quarks (charm and beauty) are produced on a short time scale compared to the formation time of the Quark-Gluon Plasma (QGP) which is formed in heavy-ion collisions at ultra-relativistic energy. They propagate through and interact with the medium. Thus, they are powerful probes to study the properties of the QGP. The measurements of the nuclear modification factor and azimuthal anisotropy of D mesons allow us to investigate the parton energy loss mechanisms in the QGP and the transport properties of the medium.

        In ALICE, D mesons are reconstructed in Pb-Pb collisions at central rapidity via their hadronic decay channels. The measurements of the $\rm D^{0}$ nuclear modification factor and azimuthal anisotropy in Pb--Pb collisions at $\sqrt{s_{\mathrm{NN}}}$ = 5.02 TeV in the centrality class 30-50\% will be presented and compared to the theoretical predictions.

        Speaker: Xinye Peng (Central China Normal University CCNU (CN))
      • 15:40
        $J/\psi$ production in deeply inelastic scattering 20m

        The color-singlet $J/\psi$ production in deeply inelastic scattering at QCD next-to-leading order is studied for the first time. We find that it can provide useful reference to the $J/\psi$ hadroproduction at QCD next-to-next-to-leading order. The color-octet $J/\psi$ production at QCD leading order will also be adressed.

        Speakers: Hong-Fei Zhang , Dr. Zhan Sun (Guizhou Minzu University)
      • 15:40
        [POSTER]Anisotropic flow of identified particles in Pb--Pb collisions at $\sqrt{s_{\rm NN}} = 5.02$ TeV 20m

        Anisotropic flow plays a critical role in understanding the
        properties of the quark-gluon plasma. In this poster we present the
        elliptic and triangular flow of identified particles in Pb-Pb collisions at ${\rm\sqrt{s_{NN}}}$ = 5.02 TeV recorded by the ALICE detector. The measurements are presented for a wide range of particle transverse momenta. The results are compared to the ones in Pb-Pb collisions at lower energy.

        Speaker: Mr. Ya Zhu (CCNU)
      • 15:40
        A New US-CERN Summer Program on ATLAS Experiment of LHC at CERN for California State University System 20m

        This abstract focuses on providing access to quality research opportunities for students from under represented groups through a summer research program through the Nuclear and Particle Physics Consortium at the California State University (CSU) system.

        With over 460,000 students from a diverse range of backgrounds, the CSU system is the largest university system in the United states. It is also a minority serving institution. In 2013, the student body was 41% Latino (32% Mexican American) and 5% African American. At least 35% are the first person in their family to attend college. However, the campuses have limited research
        opportunities for students. We will discuss a program started by Professor Yongsheng Gao of CSU Fresno, and supported by the NSF International Research Experiences for Students and other CSU campuses, to provide CSU students with summer research experiences at CERN with mentors from a variety of institutions. Students are prepared for the program by taking an online courses on particle physics taught by Professor Gao, and doing several months of practical tutorials with CSU Fresno and other ATLAS institutions (Stanford, UC-Irvine, Washington, etc.) postdocs. Our talk will focus on the preparation and experiences of both the student and mentors.

        Speaker: Prof. Yongsheng Gao (California State University, Fresno)
      • 15:40
        Angular analysis of b->s l l processes at CMS 20m

        The Flavour Changing Neutral Current decays of type b->s mu+mu- provide high sensitivity to New Physics contributions. Sensitive observables include the branching fraction, muon forward-backward asymmetry, the fraction of longitudinal polarization, form-factor independent variables etc. CMS can detect and measure them very well. We report the recent results from CMS on these topics.

        Speaker: Mr. Geng Chen (Peking University (CN))
      • 15:40
        B \to \pi\pi transition form factor in LCSRs 20m

        We study $B\to\pi\pi$ form factors using QCD light-cone sum rules with $B$-meson distribution amplitudes. These form factors describe the semileptonic decay $B\to \pi\pi \ell\bar{\nu}_{\ell}$, and constitute an essential input in $B\to \pi\pi \ell^+\ell^-$ and $B\to \pi\pi\pi$ decays. We employ the correlation functions where a dipion isospin-one state is interpolated by the vector light-quark current. We obtain sum rules where convolutions of the $P$-wave $\bar{B}^0\to \pi^+\pi^0$ form factors with the time-like pion vector form factor are related to universal $B$-meson distribution amplitudes. These sum rules are valid in the kinematic regime where the dipion state has a large energy and a low invariant mass, and reproduce analytically the known light-cone sum rules for $B\to \rho$ form factors in the limit of $\rho$-dominance with zero width, thus providing a systematics for so-far-unaccounted corrections to $B\to\rho$ transitions. Using data for the pion vector form factor, we estimate finite width-effects and the contribution of excited $\rho$-resonances to the $B\to\pi\pi$ form factors. We find that these contributions amount up to $\sim 20\%$ in the small dipion mass region where they can be effectively regarded as a nonresonant ($P$-wave) background to the $B\to\rho$ transition.

        Speaker: Shan Cheng (Siegen University)
      • 15:40
        Bc → BsJ form factors and Bc decays into BsJ in covariant light-front approach 20m

        We suggest to study the $B_s$ and its excitations $B_{sJ}$ in the Bc decays. We calculate the $B_c → B_{sJ}$ and $B_c → B_J$ form factors within the covariant light-front quark model, where the $B_{sJ}$ and $B_J$ denote an s-wave or p-wave $\bar b s$ and $\bar b d$ meson, respectively. The form factors at $q^2 = 0$ are
        directly computed while their $q^2$-distributions are obtained by the extrapolation. The derived form factors are then used to study semileptonic $B_c → (B_{sJ} , B_J )\bar lν$ decays, and nonleptonic $B_c → B_{sJ} π$. Branching fractions and polarizations are predicted in the standard model. We find that the branching fractions are sizable and might be accessible at the LHC experiment and future high- energy $e^+e^−$ colliders with a high luminosity at the $Z$-pole. The future experimental measurements are helpful to study the nonperturbative QCD dynamics in the presence of a heavy spectator and also of great value for the spectroscopy study.

        Speaker: Mr. Yu-ji Shi
      • 15:40
        Constraining $Z^\prime$ widths from $p_T$ measurements in Drell-Yan processes 20m

        We define a Focus Point (FP) Asymmetry, $A_{\rm FP}$, obtained by integrating the normalised transverse momentum distribution of either lepton produced in the Drell-Yan (DY) process below and above a point where a variety of popular $Z^\prime$ models all have the same magnitude.
        For a given $Z^\prime$ mass the position of this FP is predictable, depending only on the collider energy and on the low transverse momentum cut chosen in the normalisation procedure.
        The resulting $A_{\rm FP}$ is very sensitive to the $Z^\prime$ width, and can be used to constrain this parameter in experimental fits.

        Speaker: Juri Fiaschi (University of Southampton)
      • 15:40
        Dark matter search results from the PandaX-II experiment 20m

        The PandaX (Particle AND Astrophysical Xenon) project is a staged xenon-based underground experiment at the China Jin-Ping Underground Laboratory. Using a dual phase xenon time projection chamber (TPC) technology, the second phase of the experiment, PandaX-II, contains more than half ton LXe in the sensitive volume for WIMP dark matter searches.

        PandaX-II started the data taking in 2016 and this poster will present the recently released results while focus on the data analysis.

        Speaker: Dr. Mengjiao Xiao (University of Maryland, College Park)
      • 15:40
        Dark Photon Search at A Circular e+e− Collider 20m

        One of the interesting portals linking a dark sector and the standard model (SM) is the kinetic mixing between the SM $U(1)_Y$ field with a new dark photon $A'$ from a $U(1)_{A'}$ gauge interaction. Stringent limits have been obtained for the kinetic mixing parameter $\epsilon$ through various processes. In this work, we study the possibility of searching for a dark photon interaction at a circular $e^+e^-$ collider through the process $e^+ e^-\to \gamma A^{\prime *} \to \gamma \mu^+\mu^-$. We find that the constraint on $\epsilon^2$ for dark photon mass in the few tens of GeV range, assuming that the $\mu^+\mu^-$ invariant mass can be measured to an accuracy of $0.5\%m_{A'}$, can be better than $3\times 10^{-6}$ for the proposed CEPC with a ten-year running at 3$\sigma$ (statistic) level, and better than $2\times 10^{-6}$ for FCC-ee with even just one-year running at $\sqrt{s} = 240$ GeV, better than the LHC and other facilities can do in a similar dark photon mass range. For FCC-ee, running at $\sqrt{s}=160$ GeV, the constraint can be even better.

        Speaker: Min He (INPAC, Deparment of Physics and Astronomy, Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
      • 15:40
        Data Scouting : A New Trigger Paradigm 20m

        In 2011, the CMS collaboration introduced the concept of data scouting as an alternative strategy to normal data-taking technique, allowing to take data that otherwise would be rejected by the trigger filters. This special data flow, based on event-size reduction rather than event filtering, was exercised to maintain sensitivity to new light resonances decaying to jets, with very small online and offline resources allocated to it. The challenges implied by this new workflow and the solutions developed within the CMS experiment are shown. This technique is now a standard ingredient for CMS data-taking strategy. In this poster, the present status of data scouting in CMS and the improvements introduced in 2015 and 2016 is presented.

        Speaker: Ms. Swagata Mukherjee (Rheinisch-Westfaelische Tech. Hoch. (DE))
      • 15:40
        Double Parton Scattering of Electroweak Gauge Boson Productions at 13 TeV and 100 TeV Proton-Proton Colliders 20m

        We study double parton scattering (DPS) processes in gauge boson plus two jets ($W/Zjj$) final state and same sign W bosons ($W^\pm W^\pm$) final state at pp-collider with $\sqrt{s}= 13$ TeV and 100 TeV. We compare two different double parton models. After that, we discuss the kinematic distribution features of DPS events, showing the existence of distinctive observables, which can be used to separate DPS from the single parton scattering backgrounds. The crucial physical quantity in DPS, $\sigma_{\rm eff}$ , is under detailed research in this work. The possibility of DPS being background of standard model processes is also studied.

        Speaker: Mr. Ke-Pan Xie (Peking University)
      • 15:40
        Exotic Higgs Decays at the LHeC 20m

        I will discuss the prospects of searching for exotic Higgs decays at the proposed Large Hadron Electron Collider (LHeC), which is a high luminosity electron-proton collider expected to run synchronously with the HL-LHC. Two examples will be presented, namely the invisible Higgs decay and the Higgs decaying to 4b via intermediate scalars. Compared to the HL-LHC, the LHeC is demonstrated to yield at least comparable sensitivity in the invisible Higgs channel and much better sensitivity in the Higgs to 4b channel. These results are very attractive if there is no available lepton collider which can copiously produce the Higgs boson before the end of the HL-LHC.

        Speaker: Mr. Chen Zhang (Peking University)
      • 15:40
        Factorization and Resummation for Jet Processes 20m

        Jets not only display the behaviour of QCD over a wide range of energy scales, from hard colliding energy to the hadronization energy, but also contain important signatures of exotic physics, such as top quarks or particles beyond the SM. In particular, recently jet substructure observables are playing a central role in a large number of analyses at the LHC. Most of the theoretical discussion of these aspects has taken place in the context of MC simulation studies. However, MC analysis is not always good enough, and it is difficult to extract the key characteristics of individual substructure methods and reveal the relations between them. With this motivation, it is imperative to understand jet observables from the first principles QCD.

        In our recent series papers we have constructed a new effective field theory which fully factorizes non-global jet observables for the first time. Our formalism provides the basis for higher-order logarithmic resummations of jet and other non-global observables. As a nontrivial consistency check, we used it to obtain explicit next-to-next-to-leading order results for all logarithmically enhanced terms in several different non global jet observables and verified those against numerical fixed order computations.

        Speaker: Dr. Dingyu Shao
      • 15:40
        Flavor Changing Neutral Higgs Interactions with Top and Tau at Hadron Colliders 20m

        A general two Higgs doublet model (2HDM) is adopted to study the signature of
        flavor changing neutral Higgs (FCNH) decay
        $\phi^0 \to t\bar{c}+\bar{t}c$ and $\phi^0 \to \tau\mu$, where
        $\phi^0$ could be a CP-even scalar ($H^0$) or a CP-odd pseudoscalar ($A^0$)
        as well as $t \to c h^0$.
        Measurement of the light 125 GeV neutral Higgs boson ($h^0$) couplings at the
        Large Hadron Collider (LHC) favor the decoupling limit or the alignment limit
        of a 2HDM, in which gauge boson and diagonal fermion couplings of $h^0$
        approach Standard Model values.
        In such limit, FCNH couplings of $h^0$ are naturally
        suppressed by a small mixing parameter $\cos(\beta-\alpha)$, while the
        off-diagonal couplings of heavier neutral scalars $\phi^0$ are sustained by
        $\sin(\beta-\alpha) \sim 1$.
        We study physics background from dominant processes with realistic acceptance
        cuts and tagging efficiencies. Promising results are found for the LHC running
        at 13 or 14 TeV collision energies as well as future pp colliders
        at 28 TeV, 33 TeV, or 100 TeV.

        Speaker: Prof. Chung Kao (University of Oklahoma)
      • 15:40
        General Mass Insertion Expansion in Flavour Physics 20m

        Calculating amplitudes for the flavor changing transitions in terms of
        the off-diagonal elements of mass matrices (so called "mass
        insertions") in the theory defined in "gauge basis" (before mass
        matrix diagonalization) is the common technique in analyzing the
        flavor structure of the New Physics models. I will present a general
        method allowing to expand any QFT amplitude calculated in the
        mass-eigenstates (physical) basis into series in mass insertions, to
        any required order. The presented method is purely algebraic,
        translating an amplitude written in the mass eigenbasis into mass
        insertions series without performing diagrammatic calculations in
        gauge basis. It can be applied for all types of mass matrices -
        either Hermitian (scalar or vector), general complex (Dirac fermions)
        or complex symmetric (Majorana fermions). In addition, proposed
        expansion has been automatized in the form of publicly available
        specialized Mathematica package,"MassToMI", which I briefly describe. The package allows to obtain analytical expressions directly relating flavor observables to
        New Physics parameters without tedious and error-prone direct
        calculation of Feynman diagrams with mass insertions as additional
        vertices.

        Speaker: Janusz Rosiek (University of Warsaw)
      • 15:40
        Geometric Scaling Analysis of Deep Inelastic Scattering Data Including Heavy Quarks 20m

        An analytic massive total cross section of photon–proton scattering is derived, which has geometric scaling. A geometric scaling is used to perform a global analysis of the deep inelastic scattering data on inclusive structure function 𝐹2 measured in lepton–hadron scattering experiments at small values of Bjorken 𝑥. It is shown that the descriptions of the inclusive structure function 𝐹2 and longitudinal structure function 𝐹L are improved with the massive analytic structure function, which may imply the gluon saturation effect dominating the parton evolution process at HERA. The inclusion of the heavy quarks prevent the divergence of the lepton–hadron cross section,which plays a significant role in the description of the photoproduction region.

        Speakers: qingdong wu (Guizhou Normal University) , Yi Yang (Guizhou Normal University)
      • 15:40
        Hadroproduction and production on nuclear targets of phi-mesons in the Quark-Gluon String model 20m

        We use the Quark-Gluon String Model to obtain a quantitatively good description of the phi-meson production experimental data in hadron-nucleon collisions on the spectra of secondary phi, as well as on the ratios of phi/pi- and phi/K-production cross sections, for a wide energy region. We also consider the experimental data on phi-meson production on nuclear targets, and we find that they present unusually small shadow corrections for the inclusive density in the midrapidity region.

        Speaker: Prof. Carlos Merino (Departamento de Fisica de Particulas, Facultade de Fisica and Instituto Galego de Fisica de Altas Enerxias (IGFAE), Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain))
      • 15:40
        Higgs Properties measurements using four lepton decay channel 20m

        The properties of the Higgs boson would be presented in the ${\rm H}\rightarrow{\rm Z}{\rm Z}\rightarrow4\ell$ ($\ell={\rm e},\mu$) decay channel using a data sample corresponding to an integrated luminosity of $36.8~{\rm fb}^{-1}$ of proton-proton collisions at a center-of-mass energy of $13~{\rm TeV}$ recorded by the CMS detector at the LHC. The expected significance for the standard model Higgs boson with $m_{{\rm H}}=125.09~{\rm GeV}$ is $8.0\sigma$. The signal strength modifiers for the main Higgs boson production modes would also be constrained. The model independent differential fiducial cross sections as a function of the $p_{\rm T}$ of the Higgs boson, the number of associated jets, and the $p_{\rm T}$ of the leading associated jet would be determined. The mass and width of Higgs boson would also be reported.

        Speaker: Muhammad Bilal Kiani (Universita e INFN Torino (IT))
      • 15:40
        Higgs singlet catalyzed first order phase transition and gravitational wave signals 20m

        In this talk I mainly discuss the first order electroweak phase transition (EWPT) triggered by a Higgs singlet. Bubble nucleation as well as constraints from Higgs measurements at the LHC run-2 will be discussed. Stochastic gravitational wave signals in spaced-based interferometer generated by the first order EWPT at the will be shown in the talk.

        Speaker: Chao Wei
      • 15:40
        Investigation of the fast timing capabilities of the Silicon sensors for the CMS high granularity calorimeter 20m

        The High Granularity Calorimeter (HGCAL) is the technology choice of the CMS collaboration for the endcap calorimetry upgrade planned to cope with the harsh radiation and unprecedented in-time event pileup projected at the High Luminosity-LHC era. In this context, profiting from fast-timing information (~tens of picoseconds) embedded in the calorimeter would represent a unique capability for resolving information from individual collisions at the HL-LHC. This will enhance the reconstruction and physics capabilities of the CMS detector in terms of pileup mitigation and particle identification. The HGCAL is realized as a 52-layer sampling calorimeter, including 600m^2 of silicon sensors and 500m^2 of scintillators read by SiPMs. We present the concept and expected use of the precision-timing in the HGCAL, along with results from beam-tests of silicon sensors - both unirradiated and irradiated. We show that for signals in the silicon above a few tens of MIPs (minimum ionizing particles) the precision is of the order of 20ps.

        Speaker: Raman Khurana (National Central University (TW))
      • 15:40
        Jet Mass Dependent Fragmentation 20m
        1. Microcanonical statistical jet-fragmentation model is presented
        2. Arguments are enumerated supporting the usage of the Jet Mass as fragmentation scale
        3. fits to ep and pp data are presented
        4. DGLAP evolution is discussed
        5. applications in pp and AA collisions (hadron spectra, v2) are discussed
        Speaker: Karoly Urmossy (Shandong University)
      • 15:40
        Measurement of cross section of semileptonic WW/WZ production at ATLAS and limits on anomalous gauge couplings. 20m

        We report on the measurement of the cross-section of WW and WZ bosons using data collected by ATLAS in 2012 at a center-of-mass energy of 8 TeV. The decay mode considered is where one of the W bosons decays leptonically into a light lepton and a neutrino, while the other W or the Z boson decay hadronically. Depending on the kinematic configuration, the two jets from this hadronic decay can be either reconstructed independently, or as
        a single high-mass jet.

        Speaker: Mario Campanelli (University College London (UK))
      • 15:40
        Measurement of electron identification efficiencies with the 2015 and 2016 pp collisions data in ATLAS at √= 13 TeV 20m

        Efficient and accurate electron identification is of critical importance to measuring many physics processes with leptons in the final state, including H->4l, dark vector boson searches, and various SUSY searches. This poster will describe the current status of the Likelihood driven Electron ID, as well as the most recent identification efficiency and scale-factor measurements. The poster will include public results from ATLAS-CONF-2016-024 (2015 Electron ID Conf Note), and any potential public plot displaying the latest results (Moriond 2017). Additionally, it will describe planned improvements for Run 2 electron ID, highlighting improvements in the low pt region.

        Speaker: Savannah Jennifer Thais (Yale University (US))
      • 15:40
        Measurement of fiducial and differential cross sections in the H→γγ decay channel with 13 TeV proton-proton collision data with the ATLAS detector 20m

        This poster presents fiducial and differential cross-section measurements of the Higgs boson in the H→γγ decay channel, using proton-proton collisions recorded at a 13 TeV centre-of-mass energy during 2015 and 2016. The amount of background, mainly from SM diphoton production and hadronic jets, is determined by a simultaneous signal and background fit to the diphoton mass spectrum. The fiducial cross-sections are measured in different phase space regions, and differentially as functions of a selection of variables. Differential distributions are used to probe kinematic properties, associated jet activity, and spin/CP nature of the Higgs boson. The data are compared to several state-of-the-art theoretical predictions of SM Higgs boson production.

        Speaker: Cong Peng (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 15:40
        Measurement of simplified template cross sections in the H→γγ decay channel with 13 TeV proton-proton collision data with the ATLAS detector 20m

        This poster presents the measurement of the Higgs boson simplified template production cross sections in the diphoton decay channel, using data collected in 2015 and 2016 at √s=13 TeV by the ATLAS experiment at LHC. Categories are defined to isolate various fiducial regions related to different production modes. In addition, the signal strength, defined as the ratio of the observed signal yield to the expected signal yield, is measured for those production processes as well as globally.

        Speaker: Huijun Zhang (Universite de Paris-Sud 11 (FR))
      • 15:40
        Measurement of the Underlying Event in pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 13 TeV with the ALICE experiment at the LHC 20m

        Large In LHC RUN II, the Large Hadron Collider restarted with luminosities close to the nominal performances, and with a centre-of-mass energy increase of around 60% with respect to the end of the LHC RUN I. At this new energy it is absolutely essential to restudy the general features of the pp interaction, in particular the soft or semi-hard bulk of particles that form the Underlying Event, which is defined to be the complementary activity with respect to the leading interaction.

        The measurement of the Underlying Event allows us to access fundamental information on the hadron structure. This has important consequences for lepton and photon isolation, and also for jet calibration.

        In order to estimate the contributions of the Underlying Event, we present a characterization of the event properties focusing on the orthogonal plane with respect to the beam direction: the primary charged particle with the highest transverse momentum - defined to be the leading charged particle - is used to give the energy scale of the interaction. Primary charged particle and energy densities are measured in different azimuthal regions with respect to the leading charged particle.

        In this poster, the performance results relevant to Underlying Event measurement in pp collisions at sqrt(s) = 13 TeV will be shown.

        Speaker: Xiaowen Ren (Central China Normal University CCNU (CN))
      • 15:40
        Measurements of charm mixing and CP violation using $D^0\to K \pm \pi\mp$ decays 20m

        Measurements of charm mixing and $CP$ violation parameters from the decay-time-dependent ratio of $ D^0 \to K^+ \pi^- $ to $ D^0 \to K^- \pi^+ $ decay rates and the charge-conjugate ratio are reported. The analysis uses $\overline{B}\to D^{*+} \mu^- X$, and charge-conjugate decays, where $D^{*+}\to D^0\pi^+$, and $D^0\to K^{\mp} \pi^{\pm}$. The $pp$ collision data are recorded by the \lhcb experiment at center-of-mass energies $\sqrt{s}$ = 7 and 8 TeV corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 3~fb$^{-1}$ The data are analyzed under three hypotheses: (i) mixing assuming $CP$ symmetry, (ii) mixing assuming no direct $CP$ violation in the Cabibbo-favored or doubly Cabibbo-suppressed decay amplitudes, and (iii) mixing allowing either direct $CP$ violation and/or $CP$ violation in the superpositions of flavor eigenstates defining the mass eigenstates. The data are also combined with those from a previous LHCb study of $D^0\to K \pi$ decays from a disjoint set of $ D^{*+} $ candidates produced directly in $pp$ collisions. In all cases, the data are consistent with the hypothesis of $CP$ symmetry.

        Speaker: Adam Davis (Tsinghua University (CN))
      • 15:40
        Measurements of photon identification efficiencies with the 2015 and 2016 pp collision data in ATLAS at √= 13 TeV 20m

        This poster presents the techniques to measure the photon identification efficiencies in the ATLAS experiment, on the proton-proton collisions collected at √s = 13 TeV, with an integrated luminosity of 3.2 fb−1 and 33.3fb-1 corresponding to 2015 and 2016. Three independent analyses have been exploited. One uses photons from radiative Z→llγ decays. The second extracts the shower shape properties of electrons from Z→ee decays and extrapolates them to photons. The third directly measures the efficiency on samples of reconstructed photons, after determining and subtracting the hadronic background with a technique based on track isolation. The results from all analyses are then compared with each other and with the prediction from the simulation.

        Speaker: Shuo Han (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 15:40
        miss 20m

        Based on the framework of color glass condensate, we studied the hadron multiplicity distribution at the LHC energies, The full next-to-leading order Balitsky-Kovchegov(BK) equation is solved numerically, which obtain the NLO unintegrated gluon distribution (UGD) function in the coordinate space. We also extend the parton distribution function and the fragmentation function to NLO. A full NLO CGC particle production model is established in this study. When we compare the model calculations with charged hadron multiplicity experimental data from LHC, the results show the full NLO CGC model can describe the data very well.

        Speakers: Yi Yang (Guizhou Normal University) , Wenchang Xiang (University of Colorado Boulder)
      • 15:40
        Mono-Higgs search at LHC with the CMS detector 20m

        We discuss a search for a dark matter (DM) pair production in association with a 125-GeV Higgs boson using the data collected at 13 TeV at the LHC using the CMS detector. This signature, dubbed "mono-Higgs," appears as a single Higgs boson plus missing energy from DM particles escaping the detector. The search exploits the large missing transverse energy and other kinematic variables to separate potential signal from the large SM background. The results are interpreted in the context of different simplified physics models.

        Speaker: Nicolo' Trevisani (Universidad de Cantabria (ES))
      • 15:40
        Monte Carlo modelling of Standard Model multi-boson production processes for 13~TeV ATLAS Analyses 20m

        We present the Monte Carlo setup used by ATLAS to model
        multi-boson processes in 13 TeV $pp$ collisions. The baseline
        Monte Carlo generators are compared with each other in key kinematic
        distributions of the processes under study. Sample normalisation and
        assignment of systematic uncertainties are discussed.

        Speaker: Shu Li (Duke University (US))
      • 15:40
        PandaX-III neutrinoless double beta decay experiment 20m

        The PandaX-III is a high pressure TPC concept to search for neutrinoless double-beta decay of Xe136 with high energy resolution and sensibility at the China Jin Ping underground Laboratory II (CJPL-II). Microbulk Micromegas will be used as a charge amplification and readout system in order to reconstruct both the energy and track of the neutrinoless double-beta decay event. In the first phase of the experiment, the detector, which contains 200 kg of 90% Xe-136 enriched gas operated at 10 bar, will be immersed in a large water tank to ensure 5 m of water shielding, so that we could get an excellent control over backgrounds. And for the next phase, a ton-scale experiment with multiple TPCs will be constructed to improve the detection probability and sensibility.

        Speaker: Dr. Shaobo WANG
      • 15:40
        PandaX-III Prototype detector 20m

        The PandaX-III experiment is a high pressure TPC to search for neutrinoless
        double-beta decay of Xe-136 with high energy resolution and sensitivity at the China Jin Ping underground Laboratory II (CJPL-II). A prototype was built to demonstrate this concept. Microbulk Micromegas are used as a charge amplification and readout system of the prototype in order to reconstruct both the energy and track of the neutrinoless double-beta decay event. It was recently tested with gamma source at SJTU to calibrate the PandaX-III TPC and Micromegas performance.

        Speaker: Mr. Heng Lin (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
      • 15:40
        Performance of the ATLAS hadronic Tile calorimeter 20m

        The Tile Calorimeter (TileCal) of the ATLAS experiment at the LHC is the central hadronic calorimeter designed for reconstruction of hadrons, jets, tau-particles and missing transverse energy. TileCal is a scintillator-steel sampling calorimeter and it covers the region of pseudorapidity < 1.7. The scintillation light produced in the scintillator tiles is transmitted by wavelength shifting fibers to photomultiplier tubes (PMTs). The analog signals from the PMTs are amplified, shaped and digitized by sampling the signal every 25 ns. The TileCal frontend electronics reads out the signals produced by about 10000 channels measuring energies ranging from ~30 MeV to ~2 TeV. Each stage of the signal production from scintillation light to the signal reconstruction is monitored and calibrated.

        The performance of the calorimeter has been studied in-situ employing cosmic ray muons and a large sample of proton-proton collisions acquired during the operations of the LHC. Prompt isolated muons of high momentum from electroweak bosons decays are employed to study the energy response of the calorimeter at the electromagnetic scale. The calorimeter response to hadronic particles is evaluated with a sample of isolated hadrons and the modelling of the response by the Monte Carlo simulation is discussed. The calorimeter timing calibration and resolutions are studied with jets.

        Results on the calorimeter operation and performance are presented, including the calibration, stability, absolute energy scale, uniformity and time resolution. These results show that the TileCal performance is within the design requirements and has given essential contribution to reconstructed objects and physics results.

        Speaker: Michaela Mlynarikova (Charles University (CZ))
      • 15:40
        Probe CP violation through forward-backward asymmetry in $h\to \gamma Z \to \gamma l^-l^+ $ process 20m

        We show that the forward-backward asymmetry $(A_{FB})$ of the charged lepton in $gg\to H\to\gamma Z\to\gamma \ell^-\ell^+$ process could be used to probe the CP violating $H\gamma Z$ coupling when the interference of $gg\to\gamma Z\to\gamma \ell^-\ell^+$ process is included. In the presence of CP violation in $H\gamma Z$ coupling, the interference has a non-vanishing forward-backward asymmetry $(A_{FB})$, which is also sensitive to the strong phase differences. The resonant and non-resonant strong phases together make $A_{FB}$ change sign around Higgs mass $M_H$. We propose the integral over one-side mass region below (or above) $M_H$ to get a larger $A_{FB}$.

        Speaker: Dr. xia wan (School of Physics $\&$ Information Technology, Shaanxi Normal University, Xi'an 710119, China)
      • 15:40
        Production of extra quarks decaying to Dark Matter at the LHC beyond the Narrow Width Approximation 20m

        Studying how ATLAS and CMS searches for supersymmetry in the t tbar + MET final state constrain scenarios with a fermionic top partner and a dark matter candidate, we show that the efficiencies of the considered searches are quite similar for scalar and fermionic top partners. Therefore, in general, efficiency maps for stop–neutralino simplified models can also be applied to fermionic top-partner models, provided the narrow width approximation holds in the latter. This motivates the exploration of finite width effects in the production and decay of extra heavy quarks at the LHC, this dynamics being normally ignored in standard experimental searches. For this reason we assess the regions of validity of current approaches and study the impact of the Dark Matter candidate spin on the exclusion.

        Speaker: Hugo Prager (University of Southampton)
      • 15:40
        Production of Vector-like Quark Production at the LHC, Beyond the Narrow Width Approximation. 20m

        This paper explores effects of both finite width and interference (with background) in the production and decay of extra heavy quarks at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). This dynamics is normally ignored in the standard experimental searcher and we assess herein the regions of validity of current approaches. Further, we discuss the configuration of masses, widths and couplings where the latter breaks down.

        Speaker: Mr. Dermot O'Brien (University of Southampton)
      • 15:40
        Search for a high mass Higgs boson in the H->WW-> e nu mu nu channel in pp collisions at sqrt(s)=13 TeV with the ATLAS detector 20m

        A search for a high-mass resonance decaying to WW is performed in the e nu mu nu final states using pp collision data collected at sqrt(s)=13 TeV by the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider. Different hypotheses are tested, including heavy Higgs with a narrow width approximation and a large width assumption. Three orthogonal event categories are defined for the search: one ggF quasi-inclusive category where the VBF phase spaces are excluded and two VBF categories where the VBF signals are dominant.

        Speaker: Yongke Zhao (Shandong University (CN) & LAL)
      • 15:40
        Search for a Standard Model Higgs boson produced in association with a vector boson and decaying to a pair of b-quarks in pp collisions at 13 TeV using the ATLAS detector 20m

        A search for the decay of the Standard Model Higgs boson into
        a bb pair when produced in association with a W or Z boson has been
        performed with the ATLAS detector. Data were collected in proton-proton
        collisions from Run 2 of the Large Hadron Collider at a centre-of-mass
        energy of 13 TeV, final states are considered that contain 0, 1 and 2
        charged leptons (electrons or muons), targeting the decays: Z → νν, W →
        lν, and Z → ll. In the 1 lepton(WH) channel, the multijet background
        contributes a significant fraction of the background events, the
        optimization of the selections for multijet rejection has been studied,
        and data driven approaches are used to estimate it due to difficulties
        encountered to model this background.

        Speaker: Yanhui Ma (Shandong University (CN))
      • 15:40
        Search for associated production of Higgs bosons and top quarks in multilepton final states at sqrt(s) = 13 TeV 20m

        A search for the associated production of a standard model Higgs boson and a top quark-anti quark pair (ttH), using LHC pp collision data collected by the CMS experiment at a center of mass energy of 13 TeV in 2016. The dataset corresponds to an integrated luminosity of 12.9 fb$^{-1}$ . The analysis uses events with two leptons of the same charge or at least three charged leptons, produced together with b jets, targeting Higgs boson decay modes to WW$^{∗}$ , ZZ$^{∗}$ , and ττ and leptonic decays of at least one of the top quarks. The results are combined with the 2015 dataset/ The signal strength and a 95% confidence level upper limit on the signal production cross section are presented

        Speaker: Jing Li (Peking University (CN))
      • 15:40
        Search for Dark Matter Produced in Association with a Higgs Boson Decaying to b$\bar{b}$ with the ATLAS Detector 20m

        A search for dark matter produced in association with a Higgs
        Boson decaying into a pair of button quarks is present, using 36.5 fb-1 of
        pp collisions at a center-of-mass of 13 TeV. The Higgs boson provides a
        unique way to probe the production of Dark Matter particles at Large Hadron
        Collider. The decay of the Higgs boson is reconstructed as a high-momentum
        bb system with either a pair of small-radius jets or a single large-radius
        jet with substructure. The results are interpreted in the context of a
        simplified model which describes the interaction of dark matter and
        standard model particles via new, heavy mediator particles.

        Speaker: Yuan-Tang Chou (National Tsing Hua University (TW))
      • 15:40
        Search for di-jet resonances with one or two jets identified as b-jets in proton-proton collisions at 13 TeV with the ATLAS detector 20m

        Several models beyond the Standard Model predict heavy particles decaying
        to b jets. This poster presents the searches for resonances in the di-jet
        invariant mass spectrum with one or two jets identified as b-jets. The
        search is performed using proton–proton collisions data with a
        centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV recorded by the ATLAS detector in the years
        2015 and 2016 at the Large Hadron Collider.

        Speaker: Haijun Yang (Shanghai Jiao Tong University (CN))
      • 15:40
        Search for direct top squark pair production in the fully hadronic final state in 35.9 fb−1 of pp collision data at 13 TeV with the CMS experiment 20m

        A search for direct production of top squark pairs in events with jets and large transverse momentum imbalance is presented. The data were collected in proton-proton collisions at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV and correspond to an integrated luminosity of 35.9 fb-1. Dedicated object reconstruction tools are developed to exploit the unique signal characteristics. No significant excess of events above the standard model expectation is observed. Exclusion limits are set in the context of simplified models of top squark pair production under various decay hypotheses.

        Speaker: Huilin Qu (Univ. of California Santa Barbara (US))
      • 15:40
        SEARCH FOR DISPLACED LEPTON_JETS WITH THE ATLAS EXPERIMENT 20m

        Several possible extensions of the Standard Model predict the existence of
        a dark sector that is weakly coupled to the visible one: i.e. the two
        sectors couple via the vector portal, where a dark photon with mass in the
        MeV to GeV range mixes kinetically with the SM photon. If the dark photon
        is the lightest state in the dark sector, it will decay to SM particles,
        mainly to leptons and possibly light mesons. Due to its weak interactions
        with the SM, it can have a non-negligible lifetime. At the LHC, these dark
        photons would typically be produced with large boost resulting in
        collimated jet-like structures containing pairs of leptons and/or light
        hadrons, the so-called lepton-jets (LJs).

        This work is focused on the search for "displaced LJs", which are
        produced away from the interaction point and their constituents are limited
        to electrons, muons, and pions. The requested topology includes one or two
        LJs + leptons/jets/MET. The most recent ATLAS results based on samples
        collected at a center of mass energy of 13 TeV will be presented.

        Results are interpreted in terms of the Falkowsky-Ruderman-Volansky-Zupan
        models where dark photons are generated through the decay of a Higgs boson
        to intermediate hidden fermions. The Higgs boson is supposed to be produced
        via gluon-fusion and for the first time, results are also presented in
        terms of the associated production of a Higgs boson with a W/Z and in the
        context of inelastic thermal relic dark matter.

        Speaker: Daniela Salvatore (Universita della Calabria (IT) - INFN)
      • 15:40
        Search for electroweak production SUSY in same-sign dileptons and multilepton final states with CMS 20m

        Searches are presented for direct electroweak production of charginos and neutralinos in signatures with two light leptons of the same charge and with three or more leptons including up to two hadronically decaying $\tau$ leptons. The full 2016 dataset of pp collisions recorded by CMS at a center-of-mass energy of 13 TeV is used, corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 35.9 fb$^{-1}$. The observed event rates are in agreement with expectations from the standard model. These results probe charginos and neutralinos with masses up to values between 225 and 1150 GeV, depending on the model parameters assumed.

        Speaker: Juan Gonzalez (Universidad de Oviedo (ES))
      • 15:40
        Search for heavy Higgs bosons decaying into a top quark pair in ATLAS 20m

        Still many things in our nature can not be explained by the Standard Model.
        Many of these conundrums could be addressed by some of the best motivated models currently
        under exploration, such as super-symmetry (SUSY), composite Higgs models and
        extended Higgs models such as two-Higgs doublet models (2HDM). Most of these
        extensions require additional scalar bosons. In particular, the 2HDM proposes
        two new heavier neutral Higgs bosons, a scalar H and a pseudoscalar A.
        ttbar is a very important (or say dominant) decaying channel of A/H,
        especially for low tan\beta. Searches for A/H through the
        gg->A/H->ttbar process are very challenging due to the peculiar behaviour of the
        large interference effects with the SM ttbar background. Such
        effects distort the signal shape from the normal peak-structure to be peak-dip
        co-existing, which makes the signal generation and statistics treatment very
        different from the traditional ways. The invariant mass of the ttbbar
        candidate pair is reconstructed under the assumption of a semi-leptonic ttbar
        decay. The final state is characterised by a single, high-pT electron or muon, large MET, and at least
        four jets. The analysis will be presented, it is also the first A/H->ttbar searching result at LHC.
        The results are further interpreted in the type-II 2HDM model, on the tan\beta
        exclusion for several different A/H masses.

        Speaker: Jike Wang (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))
      • 15:40
        Search for Higgs boson pair production in the final state of γγWW*(→lνjj) using collision data recorded at sqrt(s)=13 TeV with the ATLAS detector 20m

        This poster presents a search for resonant and non-resonant Higgs boson pair production with one Higgs boson decaying to WW and the other one to γγ. The dataset consists of proton-proton collisions recorded at a 13 TeV centre-of-mass energy during 2015 and 2016.

        Speaker: Qi Li (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 15:40
        Search for high-mass Zγ resonances and for the Zγ decays of the 125 GeV Higgs boson in di-lepton plus photon final states with 13 TeV pp collisions with the ATLAS detector 20m

        his poster presents a search for new resonances decaying to Zγ and for the decays to Zγ of the 125 GeV Higgs boson. The Z bosons are identified through their decays to charged, light lepton pairs (e+e−, μ+μ−). The dataset consists of proton-proton collisions collected at √s=13 TeV with the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider. The searches are performed by looking for localised excesses in the invariant mass of the three-body final state llγ, l=e,μ, over a smoothly-falling background arising from Standard Model background expectation.

        Speaker: Shuo Han (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 15:40
        Search for new phenomena in different-flavour high-mass dilepton final states in proton-proton collisions at a centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV 20m

        A search is performed for a heavy particle decaying into different flavour
        dilepton pairs (emu, etau or mutau), using 36.5 fb^{-1} of proton--proton
        collision data at a centre-of-mass energy of13 TeV collected in 2015 and
        2016 by the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider. No excess over the
        Standard Model prediction is observed. Limits at the 95% credibility level
        are set on the mass of a Z' boson with lepton-flavour-violating
        couplings and on the mass of a supersymmetric tau sneutrino with
        R-parity-violating couplings at 2.3, 2.2 and 1.9 TeV, for emu, etau and
        mutau final states, respectively. The results are also interpreted as
        limits on the threshold mass for quantum black hole production.

        Speaker: Marc Bret Cano (Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU))
      • 15:40
        Search for new phenomena in dijet events with the ATLAS detector at \sqrt{s} = 13 TeV 20m

        The dijet final state at high transverse momentum probes
        the highest energies reached in a collider experiment. This corresponds to
        the largest reach in mass for the production of new particles, but also to
        resolving the smallest distances. Several phenomena described by models of
        physics beyond the Standard Model could be seen in the angular and mass
        distributions of dijets. This poster shows recent results at √ s = 13 TeV,
        using data with an integrated luminosity of 3.5 fb^{-1} and 33.9 fb^{-1},
        for the samples collected in 2015 and 2016 respectively, collected by the
        ATLAS detector.

        Speaker: Dengfeng Zhang (Shandong University (CN))
      • 15:40
        Search for SIMPs Using Trackless Jets at the CMS Experiment 20m

        The existence of Dark Matter in the form of Strongly Interacting Massive Particles (SIMPs) can be motivated by astrophysical observations that challenge the classical Cold Dark Matter scenario. Although other observations greatly constrain this alternative, they do not completely exclude it. The signature of SIMPs at CMS consists of pair-produced neutral, hadron-like, trackless jets. The absence of charged content in this type of jets provides a very efficient tool to suppress the QCD dijet background. We present the search for this signal, which was performed using the 2016 CMS data.

        Speaker: Isabelle Helena J De Bruyn (Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE))
      • 15:40
        Search for single production of a vector-like T quark in proton-proton collisions at 13 TeV at CMS 20m

        We present a search for single production of heavy vector like quarks, carried out by the CMS collaboration analyzing LHC pp collisions at 13TeV. The vector like quark is a massive top quark partner that is searched for in a mass range between 0.7 and 1.7 TeV and a width between <1% and 30%. Single production can be dominant over pair production, depending on the mass of the new quark. The search is performed in a variety of final states including boosted topologies that can increase the sensitivity of the analysis.

        Speaker: Aniello Spiezia (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 15:40
        Search for squarks and gluinos in final states with two same-sign or three leptons at ATLAS 20m

        Supersymmetry (SUSY) is a well motivated extension of the Standard Model (SM) that postulates the existence of a superpartner for each SM particle. A search for strongly produced SUSY particles decaying to a pair of two isolated same-sign leptons or three leptons has been carried out using proton-proton collisions at a centre of mass of 13 TeV collected by the ATLAS experiment. The analysis benefits from a low SM background and uses looser kinematic requirements compared to other beyond the SM searches which increases its sensitivity to scenarios with small mass differences between the SUSY particles, or in which R-parity is not conserved. The results are interpreted in the context of R-parity conserving or R-parity violating simplified signal models.

        Speaker: Yang Liu (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 15:40
        Search for supersymmetry in events with a photon, a lepton and missing transverse momentum with the CMS detector 20m

        A search for supersymmetry in final states with a photon, lepton, and missing transverse momentum (MET) is presented. This final state is motivated by generalized models of gauge-mediated supersymmetry breaking with a wino-like next-to-lightest supersymmetric particle. Results are presented and interpreted using simplified supersymmetric models.

        Speaker: Menglei Sun (Carnegie-Mellon University (US))
      • 15:40
        Search for supersymmetry in final states with two hadronically decaying tau leptons at ATLAS 20m

        A search for the electroweak production of supersymmetric particles in final states with at least two hadronically decaying tau leptons and MET is presented. The analysis uses a dataset of proton–proton collisions recorded with the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider at a centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV. Prospect of the search at the High Luminosity LHC with ATLAS detector with 3000fb-1 will also be discussed.

        Speaker: Huajie Cheng (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 15:40
        Search for ttH production at √s=13 TeV with the ATLAS detector 20m

        A review of the searches for the SM Higgs boson produced in association with a pair of top quarks, ttH, using pp collision data at √s=13 TeV, collected with the ATLAS detector at the LHC is presented. Searches for ttH production in the diphoton and multilepton channels are summarised, and special focus is given to the most sensitive channel, with the SM Higgs boson decaying to a pair of bottom quarks.

        Speaker: Leonid Serkin (INFN Gruppo Collegato di Udine and ICTP Trieste (IT))
      • 15:40
        Searches for strong production of SUSY particles with two opposite-sign same-flavor leptons at CMS 20m

        A search is presented for physics beyond the standard model in events with two opposite-sign, same-flavor leptons, jets and missing transverse momentum in the final state. The search is performed in a dataset of 35.9 $\mathrm{fb}^{-1}$ of $\sqrt{s} = $ 13 TeV pp collisions recorded by the CMS experiment along the year 2016. The search targets models in which a colored particle is produced. Models are considered, in which a kinematic edge is observed in the dilepton invariant mass and models in which a Z boson arises in the decay chain of the SUSY particles. Such searches have been performed in 8 TeV pp collisions as well as 13 TeV collisions. This version of the search adds additional event categories as well as improved background estimation procedures substantially increasing the sensitivity of the search. The results are interpreted in the context of simplified models of SUSY.

        Speaker: Sergio Sanchez Cruz (Universidad de Oviedo (ES))
      • 15:40
        SEARCHING FOR NEW HIGH MASS PHENOMENA DECAYING TO MUON PAIRS USING PROTON-PROTON COLLISIONS AT √ s = 13 TEV WITH THE ATLAS DETECTOR AT THE LHC 20m

        The Standard Model (SM) of particle physics is a very successful predictive theory which explains the fundamental
        interactions of elementary particles in the universe, except for gravity. However, the SM is known to be an effective
        theory that is valid only in a low energy regime, called the elctroweak scale, and does not account for many observed
        experimental results. For example, it does not offer a satisfying explanation for neutrino masses or dark matter. Hence,
        it is clear that to fully understand and explain nature, a theoretical framework that goes beyond the Standard Model
        (BSM) is required. While high mass resonances do not offer a complete solution to the problems mentioned above,
        many BSM theories predict their existence. To name a few, extra dimensional models, grand unified theories, and
        supersymmetric models all have the common goal of reconciling the very different scales of electroweak symmetry
        breaking and high mass scales, and predict the existence of high mass resonances. Thus, finding high mass resonances
        would help validate these theories, which do offer solutions to the aforementioned problems.
        This analysis focuses on searching for new high mass phenomena using the latest data collected by the ATLAS
        detector at the LHC, which has an unprecedented centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV and corresponds to 36.5 fb−1
        at √s= 13 TeV. The search is conducted for both resonant and non-resonant new phenomena in dimuon final states. The
        dimuon invariant mass spectrum is the discriminating variable used in this search. No significant deviations from the
        Standard Model expectation are observed. Lower limits are set on the signal parameters of interest at 95% credibility
        level, using a Bayesian interpretation.

        Speaker: Sebastien Rettie (University of British Columbia (CA))
      • 15:40
        Searching for Singlino-Higgsino Dark Matter in the NMSSM 20m

        We study a simplified scenario in the next-to-minimal supersymmetric standard model with a split electroweak spectrum, in which only the singlino and higgsinos are light and other superpartners are decoupled. Serving as a dark matter candidate, a singlino-dominated neutralino $\tilde{\chi}_1^0$ should have either resonant annihilation effects or sizable higgsino components to satisfy the observed relic abundance. The sensitivities of LHC searches and dark matter detection experiments are investigated. With an integrated luminosity of $30~(300)~\mathrm{fb}^{-1}$, $3l + E_\mathrm{T}$ and $2l + E_\mathrm{T}$ searches at the 13~(14)~TeV LHC are expected to reach up to $m_{\tilde{\chi}_1^0} \sim 150~(270)~\mathrm{GeV}$ and $m_{\tilde{\chi}_2^0,\tilde{\chi}_1^{\pm}}\sim 320~(500)~\mathrm{GeV}$. Near future dark matter direct and indirect detection experiments are promising to cover the parameter regions where collider searches lose their sensitivities.

        Speaker: Mr. Qian-Fei Xiang
      • 15:40
        Simulation of the ATLAS New Small Wheel (NSW) System 20m

        The instantaneous luminosity of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN will be increased up to a factor of five with respect to the present design value by undergoing an extensive upgrade program over the coming decade. In order to benefit from the expected high luminosity performance that will be provided by the Phase-1 upgraded LHC, the first station of the ATLAS muon end-cap Small Wheel system will need to be replaced by a New Small Wheel (NSW) detector. The NSW is going to be installed in the ATLAS detector in the forward region of 1.3 < |η| < 2.7 during the second long LHC shutdown. The NSW will have to operate in a high background radiation region, while reconstructing muon tracks with high precision as well as furnishing information for the Level-1 trigger. A detailed study of the final design and validation of the readout electronics for a set of precision tracking (Micromegas) and trigger chambers (small-strip Thin Gap Chambers or sTGC) that are able to work at high rates with excellent real-time spatial and temporal resolution will be presented. The simulation of the entire NSW system integrated in the common ATLAS trigger simulation and reconstruction chain is a necessary part of the performed Monte Carlo (MC) studies. A dedicated parametric digitization model based on the exhaustive standalone MC studies and experimental test beam results has been developed over the years to simulate the response of the NSW system. The simulated digital readout signals are used to build the cluster hits and reconstructed track-segments in the detector planes at both the trigger and off-line reconstruction levels. They have been included in the common ATLAS muon trigger and reconstruction algorithms. This contribution will summarize the developed simulation model and the importance of the NSW system for the improvement of the muon reconstruction efficiency and muon identification.

        Speaker: ATLAS Collaboration (ATLAS)
      • 15:40
        Simulation studies for the ATLAS upgrade Strip tracker 20m

        ATLAS is making extensive efforts towards preparing a detector upgrade for the
        High luminosity operations of the LHC (HL-LHC), which will commence operation
        in ~10 years. The current ATLAS Inner Detector will be replaced by a
        all-silicon tracker (comprising an inner Pixel tracker and outer Strip
        tracker). The software currently used for the new silicon tracker is broadly
        inherited from that used for the LHC Run 1 and 2, but many new developments
        have been made to better fulfil the future detector and operation
        requirements. One aspect in particular which will be highlighted is the
        simulation software for the Strip tracker. The available geometry description
        software (including the detailed description for all the sensitive elements,
        the services, etc.) did not allow for accurate modelling of the planned
        detector design. A range of sensors/layouts for the Strip tracker are being
        considered and must be studied in detailed simulations in order to assess the
        performance and ascertain that requirements are met. For this, highly
        flexibility geometry building is required from the simulation software. A new
        Xml-based detector description framework has been developed to meet the
        aforementioned challenges. We will present the design of the framework and its
        validation results.

        Speaker: Jike Wang (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))
      • 15:40
        Standard Model Extended by a Heavy Singlet: Linear vs. Nonlinear EFT 20m

        I consider the Standard Model extended by a heavy scalar singlet and derive the low-energy effective theory resulting from integrating out the heavy state. This exercise in effective field theory serves to illustrate with a simple example the systematics of the linear and nonlinear electroweak effective Lagrangians and to clarify the relation between them. I discuss power-counting aspects and the transition between both effective theories on the basis of the model.

        Speaker: Alejandro Celis (IFIC CSIC-Universitat de Valencia)
      • 15:40
        Studies of $Z\gamma$ electroweak production in association with a high-mass dijet system in pp collisions at $\sqrt{s}$ = 8 TeV with the ATLAS detector 20m

        The production of a $Z$ boson and a photon in association with a
        high-mass dijet system is studied using 20.2 fb$^{-1}$ of
        proton–proton collision data at a centre-of-mass energy of $\sqrt{s} = 8$ TeV
        recorded with the ATLAS detector in 2012 at the Large Hadron Collider.
        Final states with a photon and a Z boson decaying into a pair of either electrons,
        muons, or neutrinos are analysed. Electroweak and total $pp \to Z\gamma j j$
        cross-sections are extracted in two fiducial regions with different sensitivities to
        electroweak production processes. Quartic couplings of vector bosons are studied
        in regions of phase space with an enhanced contribution from pure electroweak
        production, sensitive to vector-boson scattering processes $VV \to Z\gamma$.
        No deviations from Standard Model predictions are observed and constraints are placed on
        anomalous couplings parameterized by higher-dimensional operators using effective field theory.

        Speaker: Shu Li (Duke University (US))
      • 15:40
        Study of doubly heavy baryon decays in light-front approach 20m

        In this work, we study the transition processes of doubly heavy baryons
        $\Xi_{cc}^{++}$, $\Xi_{cc}^{+}$, $\Omega_{cc}^{+}$, $\Xi_{bc}^{+}$,
        $\Xi_{bc}^{0}$, $\Omega_{bc}^{0}$ and $\Omega_{bb}^{-}$. At the
        quark level these transtions are depicted by the weak decays of $c\to d/s$
        or $b\to u$ and the other two spectator quarks are viewed as a scalar
        diquark. We first derived the form factors of these transtions in
        light-front approach and then apply them to predict the semi-leptonic
        and non-leptonic decay widths of doubly heavy baryons. We find that
        some decay channels are sizable and are hopeful to be detected at
        the LHC experiment.

        Speaker: Mr. Zhen-Xing Zhao (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
      • 15:40
        Study of Higgs boson properties in H->ZZ^(*)->4l decay channel with ATLAS 20m

        After the discovery of the Higgs boson, the precision measurements of its properties
        and comparison of results to those predicted by the Standard Model (SM) became the crucial
        part of the LHC physics programme. Potential observation of deviations may lead to the
        discovery of a new physics beyond the Standard Model (BSM). In this contribution, the results of
        analyses of the Higgs boson properties in H->ZZ*->4l decay channel are presented. The
        measurements of Higgs SM couplings, fiducial and differential cross sections with
        36.1 fb -1 of data collected by ATLAS at sqrt s = 13 TeV are shown. The observed limits on BSM
        tensor structure of Higgs couplings to SM bosons and fermions are also discussed.

        Speaker: Kirill Prokofiev (The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HK))
      • 15:40
        Study of the Material within the Run II ATLAS Inner Detector 20m

        The material in the ATLAS Inner Detector (ID) is studied with several methods, using a sample of √s=13 TeV pp collisions
        collected in 2015 during Run II of the LHC. The material within the innermost barrel regions of the ID is studied using
        reconstructed secondary vertices from hadronic interactions and photon conversions. The layout of the cables, cooling p
        ipes and support structures (services) associated with the Pixel detector, in the region in front of the Silicon Microstrip detector (SCT), was modified in 2014. The material in this region was studied by measuring the efficiency with which tracks reconstructed only in the Pixel detector can be matched to tracks reconstructed in the full ID (track extension efficiency). The results of these studies are presented together with a comparison to previous measurements and a description of their impact on physics analyses and Monte Carlo simulation.

        Speaker: Valentina Cairo (Universita della Calabria (IT))
      • 15:40
        Studying WVγ production in proton-proton collisions at √s = 8 TeV with the ATLAS experiment 20m

        Quartic gauge couplings are tested by this study of the production of WVγ events (where V = W or Z) in
        20.2 fb−1 of proton-proton collisions at a centre-of-mass energy of √s = 8 TeV recorded with the ATLAS detector. The
        fully-leptonic final state of WWγ events containing an electron, a muon and a photon is analysed as well as
        semi-leptonic final states of WVγ production containing an electron or a muon, two jets and a photon. For all final
        states two different fiducial regions are defined: one yielding the best sensitivity to the production cross section of the
        process and one optimised for the detection of new physical phenomena. In the former region, the WWγ production
        cross section is computed using the fully-leptonic final state. In addition, upper limits on the production cross section
        are derived in both regions for all final states individually and for the combination of the semi-leptonic final states. The
        results obtained in the new physics phase space are combined for the interpretation in the context of anomalous
        quartic gauge couplings using an effective field theory.

        Speaker: Julia Isabell Djuvsland (Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg (DE))
      • 15:40
        The ATLAS Run-2 Trigger Menu for higher luminosities: Design, Performance and Operational Aspects 20m

        The LHC, at design capacity, has a bunch-crossing rate of 40 MHz whereas the ATLAS experiment has an average recording rate of about 1 kHz. To reduce the rate of events, but maintain high selection efficiency for rare events such as physics signals beyond the Standard Model, a two-level trigger system is used. Events are selected based on physics signatures such as presence of energetic leptons, photons, jets or large missing energy. Despite the limited time available for processing collision events the trigger system is able to exploit topological information, as well as using multi-variate methods. In total, the ATLAS trigger systems consists of thousands of different individual triggers.

        The ATLAS trigger menu specifies which triggers are used during data taking and how much rate a given trigger is allocated. This menu reflects not only the physics goals of the collaboration but also takes into consideration the instantaneous luminosity of the LHC and the design limits of the ATLAS detector and offline processing farm. For 2017 data taking, the trigger selections and menus have been improved to handle expected higher luminosities of up to 2.0x10^{34}cm^{-2}s^{-1} and to ensure robustness in the presence of multiple interactions per bunch crossing.

        We describe the criteria for designing the ATLAS trigger menu used for the LHC Run 2 period. Furthermore, we discuss how the trigger menu is deployed for data taking, through different phases: validation before deployment, decisions on prescale values for different triggers (ahead of running, or live in case of sudden rate changes), and monitoring during data taking itself.

        Speaker: Javier Montejo Berlingen (CERN)
      • 15:40
        The PandaX-IV Dark Matter Experiment 20m

        The PandaX-IV(Particle AND Astrophysical Xenon phase IV) project is a dark matter direct detection experiment with dual-phase xenon located in the China JinPing Underground Laboratory phase-II(CJPL-II). As the result of 120kg PandaX-I has been released in May 2015 and the 500kg PandaX-II will stop data taking in 2018, the upgraded experiment, PandaX-IV, will contain 4 tons of xenon in the sensitive volume and we hope it will set the more stringent limit for WIMP.

        This poster will present the design of PandaX-IV experiment.

        Speaker: Mr. Xiangxiang Ren (Shanghai Jiao Tong university)
      • 15:40
        The Particle nature of Mini Black Hole at LHC 20m

        We discuss quantum mechanical directions where a mini black hole at LHC behaves like a "particle", even if with a unique property: its linear size grows with the energy. The curved dynamics is explained in terms of a particle moving in gravitational potential. The particle turning-points match the radius of the inner and outer horizons of a Reissner–Nordström black hole. Further we compute a particular form of the wave function and determine the energy spectrum in present talk.

        Speakers: M. Ayub Faridi (CHEP) , Mrs. Abeeha Batool (CHEP, University of the Punjab) , Mrs. Sadia Nazir (CHEP)
      • 15:40
        The production of additional bosons and the impact on Higgs boson physics 20m

        In Refs. arXiv:1506.0061 and arXiv:1606.0167 the compatibility of LHC data taken until 2012 with a heavy scalar with a mass around 270 GeV have been discussed. The features of the data and the phenomenological framework studied there are reviewed. A number of predictions are made, including the anomalous production of multiple leptons. The decay of this heavy scalar includes the Higgs boson. The impact on a number of observables related to the measurement of the signal strengths of the Higgs boson at the LHC is discussed.

        Speaker: Maosen Zhou (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 15:40
        Transverse momentum resummation for t-channel single top quark production at the LHC 20m

        We study the soft gluon radiation effects for the $t$-channel single top quark production at the LHC.
        By applying the transverse momentum
        dependent factorization formalism, the large logarithms about the small total transverse momentum ($q_\perp$)
        of the single-top plus one-jet final state system, are resummed
        to all orders in the expansion of the strong interaction coupling at the accuracy of Next-to-Leading Logarithm(NLL).
        We compare the singular behavior of resummation calculation to fixed order prediction at the small $q_\perp$ region,
        and find a perfect agreement. The phenomenological importance of the resummation effect at the
        LHC is also demonstrated.

        Speaker: Mr. Bin Yan (Peking university)
      • 15:40
        Upgrade of the ATLAS hadronic Tile calorimeter for the High luminosity LHC 20m

        The Tile Calorimeter (TileCal) is the hadronic calorimeter covering the central region of the ATLAS detector at the LHC. It is a sampling calorimeter consisting of alternating thin steel plates and scintillating tiles. Wavelength shifting fibers coupled to the tiles collect the produced light and are read out by photomultiplier tubes. Currently, an analog sum of the processed signal of several photomultipliers serves as input to the first level of trigger. Photomultiplier signals are then digitized and stored on detector and are only transferred off detector once the first trigger acceptance has been confirmed.

        The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has envisaged a series of upgrades towards a High Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC) delivering five times the LHC nominal instantaneous luminosity. The ATLAS Phase II upgrade, in 2024, will accommodate the detector and data acquisition system for the HL-LHC. In particular, TileCal will undergo a major replacement of its on- and off-detector electronics. All signals will be digitized and then transferred directly to the off-detector electronics, where the signals will be reconstructed, stored, and sent to the first level of trigger at a rate of 40 MHz. This will provide better precision of the calorimeter signals used by the trigger system and will allow the development of more complex trigger algorithms. Changes to the electronics will also contribute to the reliability and redundancy of the system.

        Three different front-end options are presently being investigated for the upgrade. Results of extensive laboratory tests and with beams of the three options will be presented, as well as the latest results on the development of the power distribution and the off-detector electronics.

        Speaker: Michaela Mlynarikova (Charles University (CZ))
      • 15:40
        ​ Measurements of integrated and differential cross sections for isolated photon pair production in pp collisions at sqrt{s} = 8 TeV with the ATLAS detector 20m

        A measurement of
        the production cross section for two isolated photons in proton-proton collisions at a
        centre-of-mass energy of √ s = 8 TeV is presented. The results are based on an integrated luminosity of 20.24 fb−1
        recorded by the ATLAS detector at the Large Hadron Collider. The measurement considers photons with
        pseudorapidities satisfying |η γ | < 1.37 or 1.56 < |η γ | < 2.37 and transverse energies of respectively Eγ T,1 > 40
        GeV and Eγ T,2 > 30 GeV for the highest and second highest Eγ T photon produced in the interaction. The
        background due to hadronic jets and electrons is subtracted using data-driven techniques. The fiducial cross
        sections are corrected for detector effects and measured differentially as a function of six kinematic observables. The
        data are compared to fixed-order QCD calculations at 16 next-to-leading order (NLO) and
        next-to-next-to-leading-order (NNLO) accuracy as well as NLO computations including resummation of initial-state
        gluon radiation at next-to-next-to-leading-logarithm or matched to a parton shower.

        Speaker: Xingguo Li (Shanghai Jiao Tong University (CN))
      • 15:45
        A search and measurement of Standard Model Higgs boson decay to $\mu^+\mu^-$ at CEPC 15m

        A Search and measurement at Circular Electron Positron Collider (CEPC) is reported for Higgs Boson rare decay to $\mu^+\mu^-$, of which the SM branch ratio is $2.19 \times 10^{-4}$. This is an important channel to further examine the Higgs couplings with second generation of fermions. The analysis is performed on 240GeV CEPC with expected 5ab-1 luminosity in 10 years, with GEANT4-based full simulation.
        The significance can reach 7.1 standard deviations ($\sigma$) in the model-independent analysis which uses only the information of Z boson decay, while can be 8.2 and 2.1$\sigma$ in the exclusive $Z\to qq$ and $Z \to \nu\nu$ channels, respectively. Impact of the Magnetic Field Strength and Tracker size to these measurements are further investigated

        Speaker: Zhenwei Cui (Peiking University)
      • 15:45
        Measurements of the CP violating phase phi_s at LHCb 15m

        The measurement of the mixing-induced CP-violating phase phi_s in the Bs-Bsbar system is one of the key goals of the LHCb experiment. It has been measured exploiting the Run I data set, using several decay channels. The poster shows the most recent results obtained analyzing Bs0->J/psi K+K- candidates in the K+K- mass region above the phi(1020) resonance. The poster also shows previous measurements using the same final state with the K+K- mass at the phi(1020), as well as using the Bs0->J/psi pi+pi- decat. Finally, a combination of the various results is presented.

        Speaker: Mengzhen Wang (Tsinghua University (CN))
    • 16:00 16:30
      Coffee Break 30m AnTai A300

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    • 16:30 18:30
      Plenary - Heavy Ions AnTai A300

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      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

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      Conveners: Daicui Zhou (CCNU) , Elena Gonzalez Ferreiro (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (ES))
      • 16:30
        Theoretical Progress in Heavy-ion Physics at LHC 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Xin-Nian Wang (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (US))
      • 16:54
        Soft probes and flow 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Roman Lietava (University of Birmingham (GB))
      • 17:18
        Hard probes (W, Z, jets,...) 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Yen-Jie Lee (Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US))
      • 17:42
        Quarkonia and HF 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Andrea Festanti (Universita e INFN, Padova (IT))
      • 18:06
        Forward heavy ion and fixed target physics 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Burkhard Schmidt (CERN) , Burkhard Schmidt (CERN)
    • 18:30 18:45
      Break 15m AnTai A300

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    • 18:45 19:30
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    • 19:30 21:30
      Panel Discussion: Panelists: Nima Arkani-Hamed, Eckhard Elsen, Joseph Lykken, Luciano Maiani, Yasuhiro Okada, Charles Young, Yifang Wang AnTai A300

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      Convener: Prof. Xinchou Lou (Institute of High Energy Physics)
    • 08:30 10:30
      Plenary - EWK AnTai A300

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      Conveners: Alessandro Vicini (Università degli Studi e INFN Milano (IT)) , Zhengguo Zhao (University of Science and Technology of China (CN))
      • 08:30
        Theoretical progress in the study of EW phenomena at the LHC 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Jonas Lindert , Jonas Lindert
      • 08:54
        Vec. boson production (+jets) 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: William James Barter (University of Manchester (GB))
      • 09:18
        EWK precision measurements 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Alexander Savin (University of Wisconsin-Madison (US)) , Alexander Savin (UW)
      • 09:42
        W mass 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Maarten Boonekamp (CEA/IRFU,Centre d'etude de Saclay Gif-sur-Yvette (FR))
      • 10:06
        Multi-bosons 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Joany Manjarres (Technische Universitaet Dresden (DE))
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee Break 30m AnTai A300

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    • 11:00 12:34
      Parallel EWK: I Haoran 308

      Haoran 308

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Ulla Blumenschein (ATLAS)
      David Marzocca (CMS)
      Doreen Wackeroth (Theory)
      Hwidong Yoo (Theory)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-ewk@cern.ch

    • 11:00 12:30
      Parallel Higgs: III AnTai A300

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      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session Conveners:
      Michael Duehrssen (ATLAS)
      Mingshui Chen (CMS)
      Stefania Gori (Theory)
      J.-S. Lee (Theory)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-higgs@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        Di-Higgs production at the LHC and beyond 17m

        14' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: José Francisco Zurita (Johannes Gutenberg Universität Mainz)
      • 11:17
        Latest results on di-Higgs production with ATLAS 12m

        12' Talk (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Harald Fox (Lancaster University (GB))
      • 11:29
        Latest results on di-Higgs production with CMS 12m

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        Speaker: David Michael Morse (Northeastern University (US))
      • 11:41
        Discussion 10m
      • 11:51
        Searches for BSM Higgs bosons in fermion decay channels with CMS 12m

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        Speaker: Gianni Masetti (Universita e INFN Bologna (IT))
      • 12:03
        Searches for BSM Higgs bosons in fermion decay channels with ATLAS 12m

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        Speaker: Arno Straessner (Technische Universitaet Dresden (DE))
      • 12:15
        Discussion 10m
    • 11:00 12:30
      Parallel QCD: III Haoran 306

      Haoran 306

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Capus

      Session conveners:
      Mario Campanelli (ATLAS)
      William James Barter (LHCb)
      Fabio Cossutti (CMS)
      Jochen Klein (ALICE)
      Hsian-nan Li (Theory)
      Maria Ubiali (Theory)

      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-qcd@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        Production of vector bosons in association with jets in ATLAS 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Evelin Meoni (Universita della Calabria (IT))
      • 11:17
        Measurements of associated production of vector bosons and jets in CMS 17m

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        Speaker: Mr. Muhammad Ahmad (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 11:34
        Physics with jets in LHCb 17m

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        Speaker: Xabier Cid Vidal (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)
      • 11:51
        Very forward measurements at the LHC 17m

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        Speaker: Mirko Berretti (Helsinki Institute of Physics (FI))
      • 12:08
        The xFitter project 17m

        15' Talk and 2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Alexander Glazov (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))
    • 11:00 12:30
      Parallel Searches: II Haoran 102

      Haoran 102

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session Conveners:
      Xabier Cid Vidal (LHCb)
      Jiji Fan (Theory)
      Felix Kahlhoefer (Theory)
      Tommaso Lari (ATLAS)
      Klaus Moenig (ATLAS)
      Seema Sharma (CMS)
      Michihisa Takeuchi (Theory)
      Slava Valouev (CMS)

      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-exosus@cern.ch

    • 12:35 14:00
      Lunch 1h 25m Canteen ()

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    • 14:00 18:00
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    • 15:00 16:30
      Public Lecture: in Chinese at SJTU Minhang Campus Shanghai Jiao Tong

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      Speaker: Prof. Yifang Wang (IHEP)

    • 18:30 21:00
      Banquet
    • 08:30 10:30
      Plenary - Searches: I AnTai A300

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      Conveners: Daniel Tovey (University of Sheffield (GB)) , Florencia Canelli (Universitaet Zuerich (CH))
      • 08:30
        The BSM landscape, 2017 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Hyung Do Kim (Unknown)
      • 08:54
        Strong SUSY 24m

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        Speaker: Claudia Seitz (Universitaet Zuerich (CH))
      • 09:18
        EW SUSY 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Till Eifert (CERN)
      • 09:42
        SUSY 3d Generation 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Loukas Gouskos (Univ. of California Santa Barbara (US))
      • 10:06
        Unconventional signatures 24m

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        Speaker: Javier Montejo Berlingen (CERN)
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee Break 30m AnTai A300

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    • 11:00 12:40
      Parallel EWK: II AnTai A300

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      Session conveners:
      Ulla Blumenschein (ATLAS)
      David Marzocca (CMS)
      Doreen Wackeroth (Theory)
      Hwidong Yoo (Theory)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-ewk@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        Electroweak precision measurements in ATLAS 18m
        Speaker: Olivier Arnaez (University of Toronto (CA))
      • 11:18
        Electroweak precision measurements in CMS 18m
        Speaker: Milos Dordevic (Vinca Institute, University of Belgrade)
      • 11:36
        Impact of EW, QED, mixed QCD/EW corrections in W mass 20m

        The results of a comprehensive analysis of electroweak, QED and mixed QCD-electroweak corrections underlying the precise measurement of the W-boson mass at hadron colliders will be presented, and an up-to-date estimate of the main theoretical uncertainties of perturbative nature will be provided. These results can serve as a guideline for the assessment of the theoretical systematics at the Tevatron and LHC and allow a more robust precision measurement of the W-boson mass at hadron colliders.

        Speaker: Alessandro Vicini (Università degli Studi e INFN Milano (IT))
      • 11:56
        The global electroweak fit: precision constraints at present and future colliders 20m

        We review the status of the global electroweak fit in the Standard Model (SM), including the latest theoretical and experimental updates, and compute limits on general new physics scenarios. These are compared and combined with the bounds obtained using Higgs boson observables measured at the LHC. We also present the projection of the fit with the improvements expected at future e+ e- colliders. All the results have been obtained using the HEPfit code.

        Speaker: Dr. Jorge de Blas (University of Padova)
      • 12:16
        NNLO QCD predictions and pT resummation for V production 20m

        A review of state-of-the-art QCD predictions for the transverse momentum distribution of the Z and W bosons in single EW gauge boson production at the LHC, which include NNLO QCD corrections matched to an all-order resummation. A critical discussion of the residual theoretical uncertainties will be provided.

        Speaker: Giancarlo Ferrera (Università degli Studi e INFN Milano (IT))
    • 11:00 12:40
      Parallel Heavy Ions: II Haoran 309

      Haoran 309

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Elena G Ferreiro (Theory)
      Jiangyong Jia (ATLAS)
      Yen-Jie Lee (CMS)
      Karel Safarik (ALICE)
      Bo-Wen Xiao (Theory)
      Yanxi Zhang (LHCb)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-hion@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        Jet and heavy flavor physics in the vacuum and the medium 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion

        Speaker: Matteo Cacciari (LPTHE Paris)
      • 11:24
        New results on jets and heavy flavor in heavy ion collisions with ALICE 18m

        15' Talk and 3' Discussion

        Speaker: Salvatore Aiola (Yale University (US))
      • 11:42
        New results on jets and heavy flavor in heavy ion collisions with ATLAS 18m

        15' Talk and 3' Discussion

        Speaker: Anne Marie Sickles (Univ. Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (US))
      • 12:00
        New results on jets and heavy flavor in heavy ion collisions with CMS 18m

        15' Talk and 3' Discussion

        Speaker: Yongsun Kim (Korea University (KR))
      • 12:18
        Fixed-target Heavy Ion Physics at LHCb 18m

        15' Talk and 3' Discussion

        Speaker: Emilie Maurice (Universite de Paris-Sud 11 (FR))
    • 11:00 12:40
      Parallel Performance: II Haoran 308

      Haoran 308

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session Conveners:
      Marie Germain (ALICE)
      Giacinto Piacquadio (ATLAS)
      Siliva Borghi (LHCb)
      Caroline Collard (CMS)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-perf@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        Tracking and alignment performance and prospects at ATLAS and CMS in Run 2 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Heather Gray (LBNL)
      • 11:20
        Tracking and vertex reconstruction at LHCb for Run2 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Hang Yin (Central China Normal University CCNU (CN))
      • 11:40
        Jet and missing ET reconstruction (including substructure) in ATLAS and CMS 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Teng Jian Khoo (Universite de Geneve (CH))
      • 12:00
        Tracking performance in high multiplicities environment at ALICE 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: David Rohr (CERN)
      • 12:20
        b-jet tagging in ATLAS and CMS 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Luca Scodellaro (Universidad de Cantabria (ES)) , Luca Scodellaro (Universidad de Cantabria (ES))
    • 11:00 12:40
      Parallel Searches: III Haoran 102

      Haoran 102

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session Conveners:
      Xabier Cid Vidal (LHCb)
      Jiji Fan (Theory)
      Felix Kahlhoefer (Theory)
      Tommaso Lari (ATLAS)
      Klaus Moenig (ATLAS)
      Seema Sharma (CMS)
      Michihisa Takeuchi (Theory)
      Slava Valouev (CMS)

      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-exosus@cern.ch

    • 11:00 12:40
      Parallel TOP: I Haoran 306

      Haoran 306

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Qing-Hong Cao (Theory)
      Frederic Deliot (ATLAS)
      Rebeca Gonzalez (CMS)
      Eleni Vryonidou (Theory)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-top@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        The combination of NNLO QCD and NLO EW corrections in top pair production 18m

        15' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Davide Pagani (TUM - Garching bei München)
      • 11:18
        tt cross sections in ATLAS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Dimitris Varouchas (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR), LAL-Orsay)
      • 11:33
        tt cross sections in CMS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Yi-Ting Duh (University of Rochester (US))
      • 11:48
        boosted production in ATLAS and CMS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Marino Romano (INFN Bologna (IT)) , Marino Romano
      • 12:03
        Recent developments in Monte Carlo tools for top quark processes 18m

        15' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Jonas Lindert , Jonas Lindert
      • 12:21
        Discussion 9m
    • 12:40 14:00
      IAC meeting (restricted)
    • 12:40 14:00
      Lunch 1h 20m Canteen ()

      Canteen

    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel Heavy Flavors: II Haoran 308

      Haoran 308

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session convener:
      Jernej Kamenik (Theory)
      Cai-Dian Lu (Theory)
      Sandra Malvezzi (CMS)
      Min jung Kweon (ALICE)
      Sandro Palestini (ATLAS)
      Stefania Vecchi (LHCb)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-hf@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        Theory of heavy meson mixing & CKM-SM 25m

        20' Talk +5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Marcella Bona (Queen Mary University of London (UK))
      • 14:25
        Properties of HF decays at CMS 18m

        15' Talk +3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Nuno Leonardo (LIP)
      • 14:43
        Mixing and CP violation results in Charm decays at LHCb 18m

        15' Talk +3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Silvia Borghi (University of Manchester (GB))
      • 15:01
        Mixing and CP violation results in b-hadron decays at LHCb 18m

        15' Talk +3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Xuesong Liu (Tsinghua University (CN))
      • 15:19
        Recent results from Tevatron 18m

        15' Talk +3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Dmitri Tsybychev (Stony Brook University (US)) , Dmitry Tsybyshev (Stony brook Universty (US))
      • 15:37
        Belle II status and prospect on flavor physics 23m

        18' Talk +5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Dr. Jing-Ge Shiu , Sjing-Ge Shiu (National Taiwan University (TW))
    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel Heavy Ions: III Haoran 309

      Haoran 309

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Elena G Ferreiro (Theory)
      Jiangyong Jia (ATLAS)
      Yen-Jie Lee (CMS)
      Karel Safarik (ALICE)
      Bo-Wen Xiao (Theory)
      Yanxi Zhang (LHCb)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-hion@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        The initial stages of heavy ion collisions and the nuclear modification of the gluon densities 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion

        Speaker: Huasheng Shao
      • 14:20
        Theory status of quarkonium production in heavy-ion collisions 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion

        Speaker: Pengfei Zhuang (Tsinghua University)
      • 14:40
        New results on initial state & quakonium with ALICE 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion

        Speaker: Giuseppe Trombetta (Universita e INFN, Bari (IT))
      • 15:00
        New results on initial state & quakonium with ATLAS 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion

        Speaker: Sebastian Tapia Araya (Federico Santa Maria Technical University (CL))
      • 15:20
        New results on initial state & quakonium with CMS 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion

        Speaker: Songkyo Lee (Korea University (KR))
      • 15:40
        New results on heavy flavor in heavy ion collisions with LHCb 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion

        Speaker: Jiajia Qin (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel Searches: IV Haoran 102

      Haoran 102

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session Conveners:
      Xabier Cid Vidal (LHCb)
      Jiji Fan (Theory)
      Felix Kahlhoefer (Theory)
      Tommaso Lari (ATLAS)
      Klaus Moenig (ATLAS)
      Seema Sharma (CMS)
      Michihisa Takeuchi (Theory)
      Slava Valouev (CMS)

      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-exosus@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        DM simplified models 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Myeonghun Park (Institute for basic Science (KR))
      • 14:20
        Searches for dark matter in CMS 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Raman Khurana (National Central University (TW))
      • 14:40
        Searches for dark matter in ATLAS 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Cristiano Alpigiani (University of Washington, Seattle)
      • 15:00
        LHC phenomenology of DM coannihilations 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Maikel de Vries (Mainz University)
      • 15:20
        Searches for new heavy resonances in final states with leptons and photons in ATLAS and CMS 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Francesco Pandolfi (ETH Zürich)
      • 15:40
        Searches for other new phenomena in final states with leptons and photons in ATLAS and CMS 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Wojtek Fedorko (University of British Columbia)
    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel TOP: II Haoran 306

      Haoran 306

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Qing-Hong Cao (Theory)
      Frederic Deliot (ATLAS)
      Rebeca Gonzalez (CMS)
      Eleni Vryonidou (Theory)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-top@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        Single Top Production and Decay: QCD and LHC 18m

        15' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Jun Gao (Southern Methodist University) , jun gao (USTC)
      • 14:18
        Single top t-channel in ATLAS and CMS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Nils Faltermann (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))
      • 14:33
        Single top other channels in ATLAS and CMS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Kevin Finelli (University of Sydney (AU))
      • 14:48
        Top quark mass: recent theory developments 18m

        15' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Moritz Preisser (University of Vienna)
      • 15:06
        top properties and mass at the Tevatron 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Gregorio Bernardi (LPNHE-Paris CNRS/IN2P3)
      • 15:21
        top mass in ATLAS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Teresa Barillari (Max-Planck-Institut fur Physik (DE)) , Teresa Barillari (Max-Planck-Institut fur Physik)
      • 15:36
        top mass in CMS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Florencia Canelli (Universitaet Zuerich (CH))
      • 15:51
        Discussion 9m
    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel Upgrade: The physics of the LHC upgrade programmes AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Pietro Antonioli (LHCb)
      Fred Blanc (ALICE)
      Meenakshi Narain (CMS)
      Brian Petersen (ATLAS)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-upg@cern.ch

      Talk durations include time for discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

      Conveners: Brian Petersen (CERN) , Fred Blanc (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (CH)) , Meenakshi Narain (Brown University (US)) , Pietro Antonioli (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))
      • 14:00
        Constraining BSM at the HL-LHC 30m
        Speakers: Stefania Gori (Perimeter Institute/Cincinnati University) , Stefania Gori , Stefania Gori , UNKNOWN UNKNOWN , stefania gori (sns)
      • 14:30
        BSM Searches at LHC after upgrade 20m
        Speaker: Monika Wielers (RAL (UK))
      • 14:50
        Higgs measurements at LHC after upgrade 25m
        Speaker: Miguel Vidal Marono (Universite Catholique de Louvain (UCL) (BE))
      • 15:15
        Flavour physics reach after upgrade 20m
        Speakers: Olaf Steinkamp (Universitaet Zuerich (CH)) , Olaf Steinkamp (Universitaet Zuerich)
      • 15:35
        Heavy-ion physics reach in High-Luminosity Run3 and Run4 at LHC 20m
        Speaker: Cristina Terrevoli (Universita e INFN, Padova (IT))
    • 16:00 16:30
      Coffee Break 30m AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus
    • 16:30 18:55
      Plenary - Searches: II AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus
      Conveners: Monica Dunford (Ruprecht-Karls-Universitaet Heidelberg (DE)) , Shahram Rahatlou (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))
      • 16:30
        High mass searches 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Swagata Mukherjee (Rheinisch-Westfaelische Tech. Hoch. (DE))
      • 16:54
        Diboson 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Ljiljana Morvaj (State University of New York (US))
      • 17:18
        DM searches 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Tae Min Hong (University of Pittsburgh (US))
      • 17:42
        Theoretical implications of DM constraints from the LHC and (in)direct searches 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Uli Haisch , Ulrich Andreas Haisch
      • 18:06
        VLQs and complex signatures 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Andrew Ivanov (Kansas State University (US))
      • 18:30
        SUSY RPV 25m

        20' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Xuai Zhuang (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
    • 19:00 19:50
      Special Plenary Session AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus
      Conveners: Hesheng Chen (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN)) , Michelangelo Mangano (CERN)
      • 19:00
        LHC: history 25m
        Speaker: Luciano Maiani (Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))
      • 19:25
        Tevatron Legacy 25m
        Speaker: Dmitri Denisov (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))
    • 08:30 10:30
      Plenary - Heavy Flavors AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus
      Conveners: Monica Pepe-Altarelli (CERN) , Sandra Malvezzi (Universita & INFN, Milano-Bicocca (IT))
      • 08:30
        Theoretical implications of recent heavy flavour measurements at the LHC 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Monika Blanke
      • 08:54
        CP Violation (B, D and baryon) 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Francesca Dordei (CERN)
      • 09:18
        Rare decays 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Kai-Feng Chen (National Taiwan University (TW))
      • 09:42
        LF Universality 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Francesco Polci (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))
      • 10:06
        Production and Spectroscopy (incl. Tetra/Pentaquarks) 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Zhenwei Yang (Tsinghua University (CN))
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee Break 30m AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus
    • 11:00 12:45
      Parallel Performance: III Haoran 308

      Haoran 308

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session Conveners:
      Marie Germain (ALICE)
      Giacinto Piacquadio (ATLAS)
      Siliva Borghi (LHCb)
      Caroline Collard (CMS)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-perf@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        The Luminosity measurements 25m

        20' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Martino Gagliardi (Universita e INFN Torino (IT))
      • 11:25
        Event global properties for heavy ion data at ALICE experiment 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Hua Pei (Central China Normal University CCNU (CN))
      • 11:45
        Real-time physics: performance and novel developments at LHCb experiment 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Roel Aaij (CERN)
      • 12:05
        Evolution of online algorithms in ATLAS and CMS in Run2 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Thiago Tomei Fernandez (UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista (BR))
      • 12:25
        Lepton and photon ID performance at ATLAS and CMS 20m

        15' Talk and 5' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Arthur Lesage (CEA/IRFU,Centre d'etude de Saclay Gif-sur-Yvette (FR))
    • 11:00 12:30
      Parallel Searches: V Haoran 102

      Haoran 102

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session Conveners:
      Xabier Cid Vidal (LHCb)
      Jiji Fan (Theory)
      Felix Kahlhoefer (Theory)
      Tommaso Lari (ATLAS)
      Klaus Moenig (ATLAS)
      Seema Sharma (CMS)
      Michihisa Takeuchi (Theory)
      Slava Valouev (CMS)

      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-exosus@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        Exotica searches at LHCb 18m

        15' talk and 3' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Martino Borsato (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (ES))
      • 11:18
        Hunting (Pseudo-)Immortal Exotica in the Particle Desert 18m

        15' talk and 3' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: James Pinfold (University of Alberta (CA))
      • 11:36
        Searches for long-lived particles decaying in the detector 18m

        15' talk and 3' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Isabelle Helena J De Bruyn (Vrije Universiteit Brussel (BE))
      • 11:54
        Search for VLQs in ATLAS and CMS 18m

        15' talk and 3' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Dr. Sophio Pataraia (Johannes-Gutenberg-Universitaet Mainz (DE))
      • 12:12
        Search for new physics in lepton+jet final states in ATLAS and CMS 18m

        15' talk and 3' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Francesco Romeo (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
    • 11:00 12:30
      Parallel TOP: III Haoran 306

      Haoran 306

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Qing-Hong Cao (Theory)
      Frederic Deliot (ATLAS)
      Rebeca Gonzalez (CMS)
      Eleni Vryonidou (Theory)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-top@cern.ch

      • 11:00
        tt+X production in CMS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Illia Khvastunov (Ghent University (BE))
      • 11:15
        tt+X production in ATLAS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Joergen Sjoelin (Stockholm University (SE))
      • 11:30
        top production properties in ATLAS and CMS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Tom Neep (CEA/IRFU,Centre d'etude de Saclay Gif-sur-Yvette (FR))
      • 11:45
        top decay properties in ATLAS and CMS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Prolay Kumar Mal (National Institute of Science Education and Research (IN))
      • 12:00
        FCNC results in ATLAS and CMS 15m

        12' Talk and 3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Maksim Perfilov (M.V. Lomonosov Moscow State University (RU))
      • 12:15
        Discussion 15m
    • 11:00 12:30
      Parallel Upgrade: II - Instrumentation AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Pietro Antonioli (LHCb)
      Fred Blanc (ALICE)
      Meenakshi Narain (CMS)
      Brian Petersen (ATLAS)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-upg@cern.ch

      Talk durations include time for discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

      Conveners: Brian Petersen (CERN) , Fred Blanc (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (CH)) , Prof. Meenakshi Narain (Brown University (US)) , Pietro Antonioli (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))
    • 12:35 14:00
      Lunch 1h 25m Canteen ()

      Canteen

    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel EWK: III Haoran 306

      Haoran 306

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Ulla Blumenschein (ATLAS)
      David Marzocca (CMS)
      Doreen Wackeroth (Theory)
      Hwidong Yoo (Theory)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-ewk@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        Di- and multiboson measurements in ATLAS 18m
        Speaker: Elena Yatsenko (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))
      • 14:18
        Di- and multiboson measurements in CMS 18m
        Speaker: Kenneth Long (University of Wisconsin-Madison (US))
      • 14:36
        VBF and VBS measurements in ATLAS 18m
        Speaker: Narei Lorenzo Martinez (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))
      • 14:54
        VBF and VBS measurements in CMS 18m
        Speaker: Philipp Pigard (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))
      • 15:12
        QCD+EW predictions for multiboson production 20m

        A review of state-of-the-art QCD and EW predictions for multi-boson production and a discussion of the remaining open issues in prociding precision SM predictions for multi-boson processes at the LHC.

        Speaker: Stefano Augusto Pozzorini (Universitaet Zuerich (CH))
      • 15:32
        Pros and cons of EFT interpretation of multiboson production at LHC 20m

        A discussion of the conditions for an effective field theory (EFT) to give an adequate low-energy description of an underlying physics beyond the Standard Model and how experimental results for multi-boson production could be reported, so that they admit a maximally broad range of theoretical interpretations in a wide range of energy scales. The talk should also include a discussion on global EFT analyses of Higgs + TGC data.

        Speaker: Martin Gonzalez Alonso (Universite Claude Bernard-Lyon I (FR))
      • 15:52
        Discussion 8m
    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel Heavy Flavors: III Haoran 308

      Haoran 308

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session convener:
      Jernej Kamenik (Theory)
      Cai-Dian Lu (Theory)
      Sandra Malvezzi (CMS)
      Min jung Kweon (ALICE)
      Sandro Palestini (ATLAS)
      Stefania Vecchi (LHCb)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-hf@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        Heavy flavour on the lattice (spectroscopy, form factors) 20m

        17' Talk +3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Sasa Prelovsek
      • 14:20
        (Rare) semileptonic B decays and LFU (theory talk) 20m

        17' Talk +3' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Wolfgang Altmannshofer (University of Cincinnati)
      • 14:40
        Study of b->s ll decays at ATLAS 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Marcella Bona (Queen Mary University of London (UK))
      • 14:56
        Rare B decays at CMS 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Linwei Li (Peking University (CN))
      • 15:12
        Rare decays at LHCb 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Marcin Chrzaszcz (Universitaet Zuerich (CH), Institute of Nuclear Physics (PL))
      • 15:28
        Tests of of Lepton Flavour Universality with semileptonic decays at LHCb 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Federico Betti (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))
      • 15:44
        Tests of of Lepton Flavour Universality with b->sll transitions at LHCb 16m

        14' Talk +2' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Guido Andreassi (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (CH))
    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel Searches: VI Haoran 102

      Haoran 102

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session Conveners:
      Xabier Cid Vidal (LHCb)
      Jiji Fan (Theory)
      Felix Kahlhoefer (Theory)
      Tommaso Lari (ATLAS)
      Klaus Moenig (ATLAS)
      Seema Sharma (CMS)
      Michihisa Takeuchi (Theory)
      Slava Valouev (CMS)

      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-exosus@cern.ch

      • 14:00
        Interference in resonance searches 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Eleni Vryonidou (Nikhef)
      • 14:20
        Searches for new physics in dijet final states in ATLAS and CMS 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Matteo Bauce (Sapienza Universita e INFN, Roma I (IT))
      • 14:40
        Searches for resonances decaying into heavy quarks in ATLAS and CMS 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Huaqiao Zhang (Chinese Academy of Sciences (CN))
      • 15:00
        Composite Models 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Thomas Dieter Flacke (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KR))
      • 15:20
        Searches for diboson resonances in ATLAS 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Alexander Oh (University of Manchester (GB))
      • 15:40
        Searches for diboson resonances in CMS 20m

        15' talk and 5' discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Huang Huang (Peking University (CN))
    • 14:00 16:00
      Parallel Upgrade: III - Beyond HL-LHC AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus

      Session conveners:
      Pietro Antonioli (LHCb)
      Fred Blanc (ALICE)
      Meenakshi Narain (CMS)
      Brian Petersen (ATLAS)
      Contact: lhcp2017-conveners-upg@cern.ch

      Talk durations include time for discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

      Conveners: Brian Petersen (CERN) , Fred Blanc (Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (CH)) , Meenakshi Narain (Brown University (US)) , Pietro Antonioli (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))
    • 16:00 16:30
      Coffee Break 30m AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus
    • 16:30 18:30
      Plenary - Top AnTai A300

      AnTai A300

      Shanghai Jiao Tong University

      Xuhui Campus
      Conveners: Paolo Giacomelli (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT)) , Stefano Augusto Pozzorini (Universitaet Zuerich (CH))
      • 16:30
        Theoretical aspects of the study of top quark properties 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speaker: Cen Zhang (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
      • 16:54
        Top production properties at LHC 24m

        20' Talk and 4' Discussion (speakers are kindly requested to keep the allocated time strictly)

        Speakers: Thomas Andreas Mueller (Ludwig-Maximilians-Univ. Muenchen) , Thomas Mueller (Institut fuer Experimentelle Kernphysik) , Thomas Muller (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))
      • 17:18