DIS09

Europe/Zurich
Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
Juan Terron
Description
XVII International Workshop on Deep-Inelastic Scattering and Related Subjects DIS 2009 is the 17th in the series of annual workshops on Deep-Inelastic Scattering (DIS) and Related Subjects. The aim of these workshops is to review the progress in the field of DIS and Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) and to lay the groundwork for future experiments. Most recent results from HERA, JLab, RHIC, Tevatron and fixed-target experiments as well as the status of the LHC experiments and the relevant theoretical developments will be covered in plenary and parallel sessions. DIS 2009 will be held from the 26th to the 30th of April 2009 at the "Palacio de Congresos" in downtown Madrid and will be organised by the High-Energy Physics group of the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid. http://www.ft.uam.es/DIS2009/
    • Plenary Session: Chair: Halina Abramowicz (Tel Aviv University) Auditorium

      Auditorium

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 1
        Welcome to DIS 2009 Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Claudia Glasman
        Slides
      • 2
        Recent Results from H1 Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Stefan Schmitt (DESY)
        Slides
      • 3
        Recent Results from ZEUS Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Enrico Tassi (Calabria University - INFN Cosenza)
        Slides
      • 4
        Review of Spin Physics Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Elke-Caroline Aschenauer (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
        Slides
    • 10:45 AM
      Coffee Break Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
    • Plenary Session: Chair: Jos Vermaseren (Nikhef) Auditorium

      Auditorium

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 5
        Recent Results from D0 Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Robert Schamberger (Stony Brook University)
        Slides
      • 6
        Status of the Proton PDFs Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Pavel Nadolsky (Southern Methodist University)
        Slides
      • 7
        Recent Developments in QCD Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Nigel Glover (University of Durham)
        Slides
      • 8
        Recent Developments in Low-x Physics Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Jochen Bartels (Hamburg University)
        Slides
    • 1:20 PM
      Lunch
    • Plenary Session: Chair: Max Klein (University of Liverpool) Auditorium

      Auditorium

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 9
        Status of ATLAS Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Alan Watson (University of Birmingham)
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      • 10
        Status of CMS Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Roberta Arcidiacono (Universita' di Torino & INFN)
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      • 11
        Status of Monte Carlo Programs Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Stefano Frixione (CERN and EPFL)
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    • 4:30 PM
      Coffee Break Auditorium

      Auditorium

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
    • Plenary Session: Chair: Steven Vigdor (Brookhaven National Laboratory) Auditorium

      Auditorium

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 12
        Experimental Results in DIS from Jefferson Laboratory Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Sebastian Kuhn (Old Dominion University)
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      • 13
        Recent Results from CDF Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Dr Giorgio Chiarelli (INFN Pisa)
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      • 14
        Experimental Review of Heavy-Ion Physics Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: David d'Enterria (ICCUB-ICREA Barcelona)
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      • 15
        Theoretical Progress in Heavy-Ion Collisions Auditorium

        Auditorium

        Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

        Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
        Speaker: Nestor Armesto Perez (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)
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    • Reception Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
    • Diffraction and Vector Mesons: Session-1 Room "SALA 2-A"

      Room "SALA 2-A"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

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      • 16
        Zeus inclusive diffractive data
        Speaker: Marta Ruspa (Univ Piemonte Orientale)
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      • 17
        First measurement of FLD
        Speaker: David Salek (Charles University Prague)
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      • 18
        Precise dipole model analyses of diffractive DIS
        Speaker: Agnieszka Luszczak (PAN Krakow)
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      • 19
        New developments in DIS analysis of diffractive data
        Speaker: Laurent Schoeffel (IRFU-SPP, CEA Saclay)
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      • 20
        Discussion on data combination
    • Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model: Session-1 Room "SALA 7"

      Room "SALA 7"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 21
        Search for Single Top Production at HERA
        Speaker: Stefano Antonelli (INFN Bologna)
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      • 22
        Top Quark Results at the Tevatron
        Speaker: Ernest Aguilo (York University)
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      • 23
        Prospects for Top Quark Physics at the LHC
        Speaker: Denis GELE (IPHC)
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      • 24
        Top Physics
        Speaker: Werner Bernreuther (RWTH Aachen)
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    • Hadronic Final States and QCD: Session-1 Room "SALA 8"

      Room "SALA 8"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

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      • 25
        High Q2 Jets and alpha_s fit (H1)
        Speaker: Arnd Specka
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      • 26
        Jet cross sections in DIS and photoproduction (ZEUS)
        Speaker: Claire Gwenlan
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      • 27
        Fast NLO calculation of jet and charm production cross sections by the pseudo moment method
        Speaker: Hiroyuki Kawamura
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      • 28
        ATLAS Early QCD measurements (ATLAS)
        Speaker: Craig Buttar
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      • 29
        High-pt Jet Studies (CMS)
        Speaker: Andreas Oehler
        Slides
    • Heavy Flavours: Session-1 Room "SALA 2-B"

      Room "SALA 2-B"

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      • 30
        Introduction
        Speakers: Ahmed Ali (DESY) , Diego Tonelli (Fermilab) , Leonid Gladilin (Moscow State University)
      • 31
        Inclusive photoproduction of D* mesons at next-to-leading order in the General-Mass Variable-Flavor-Number Scheme
        I discuss the inclusive production of D* mesons in photon-proton collisions at DESY HERA, based on a calculation at next-to-leading order in the general-mass variable-flavor-number scheme. In this approach, MSbar subtraction is applied in such a way that large logarithmic corrections are resummed in universal parton distribution and fragmentation functions and finite mass terms are taken into account. I present detailed numerical results for a comparison with data obtained at HERA and discuss various sources of theoretical uncertainties.
        Speaker: Hubert Spiesberger (Mainz)
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      • 32
        Beauty photoproduction at ZEUS
        Photoproduction of b quarks in dijet events has been measured with the ZEUS detector at HERA. The large mass of the beauty quark and its long lifetime were exploited in order to separate the beauty signal from background, making use of the microvertex detector to determine the distance of the beauty decay products from the primary event vertex. Differential cross sections were measured and compared to next-to-leading order QCD predictions.
        Speaker: Silvia Miglioranzi (CERN)
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      • 33
        Beauty photoproduction through decays to muons and jets (H1)
        The photoproduction of beauty quarks in ep collisions has been measured using a data sample of 170 pb-1 collected with the H1 detector at HERA-II in the years 2006 and 2007. Beauty photoproduction events are investigated with two jets and a muon in the final state. Visible cross sections are measured differentially in the transverse momenta of the highest energy jet and the muon, in the pseudorapidity of the muon and in the photon's momentum fraction x_gamma^obs entering the hard interaction. The measurements are found to be well described by QCD calculations at NLO.
        Speaker: Benno List (University of Hamburg)
        Slides
      • 34
        MC@NLO for heavy quarks at HERA
        In this talk the recently completed version of MC@NLO for heavy quarks in photoproduction will be presented. In MC@NLO the matrix element is calculated to NLO in the coupling, and then supplemented by parton showers resummed to all orders. To avoid double counting, the NLO calculation has to be matched to the parton shower. Comparisons with H1 and Zeus data will be shown.
        Speaker: Tobias Toll (DESY)
        Slides
      • 35
        B production at CMS
        We present expected sensitivities for b hadron production in pp collisions using the CMS detector at the LHC.
        Speaker: Jeremy Andrea (ULP/IPHC (Strasbourg))
        Slides
    • Spin Physics: Session-1 Room "SALA 9"

      Room "SALA 9"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 36
        COMPASS Results on the Strange Quark Polarisation
        Speaker: Dr Helena Santos (LIP-Lisbon)
        Slides
      • 37
        Uncertainties in polarized parton densities
        Speaker: Dr Marco Stratmann
        Slides
      • 38
        Probing the Proton Spin Structure with W bosons at PHENIX
        Speaker: Todd Kempel
        Slides
      • 39
        The STAR W Spin Physics Program in 2009 and Beyond
        Speaker: Jan Balewski
        Paper
    • Structure Functions and Low-x: Session-1 Room "SALA GOYA"

      Room "SALA GOYA"

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      • 40
        New measurement of F_L at low Q2 from H1
        Speaker: Alexandre Glazov (DESY)
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      • 41
        Measurement of F_L from ZEUS
        Speaker: Julia Grebenyuk (DESY)
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      • 42
        F_L structure function from the unified DGLAP/BFKL approach
        Speaker: Anna Stasto (Penn State U./RIKEN BNL)
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      • 43
        The color dipole picture and F_L
        Speaker: Dieter Schildknecht (Bielefeld University)
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    • 10:45 AM
      Coffee Break Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
    • Diffraction and Vector Mesons: Session-2 Room "SALA 2-A"

      Room "SALA 2-A"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 44
        QCD fits and factorisation tests
        Speaker: Wojtek Slominski (Jagellonian University, Krakow)
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      • 45
        Dijets in photoproduction and factorisation tests
        Speaker: Paul Newman Paul Newman (University of Birmingham)
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      • 46
        Leading protons at HERA 2
        Speaker: Mikhail Kapishin (JINR, Dubna)
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      • 47
        Leading baryons at ZEUS
        Speaker: Graziano Bruni (INFN Bologna)
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      • 48
        Leading neutrons at HERA 2
        Speaker: Vitaliy Dodonov (MPI Heildelberg)
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    • Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model: Session-2 Room "SALA 7"

      Room "SALA 7"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 49
        Isolated high-pt leptons at HERA
        Speaker: Gerhard Brandt (DESY)
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      • 50
        Electroweak Physics/Z’
        Speaker: Jens Erler (IF-UNAM)
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      • 51
        Neutrino Physics
        Speaker: Masaki Ishitsuka (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
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    • Hadronic Final States and QCD: Session-2 Room "SALA 8"

      Room "SALA 8"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 52
        First measurements with the LHCb experiment (LHCb)
        Speaker: Markward Britsch
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      • 53
        The Drell-Yan process in NNLO QCD
        Speaker: Massimiliano Grazzini
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      • 54
        Hadronic top quark pair production in association with a hard jet at next-to-leading order QCD
        Speaker: Peter Uwer
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      • 55
        Higgs boson production with multiple hard jets
        Speaker: Chris White
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    • Heavy Flavours: Session-2 Room "SALA 2-B"

      Room "SALA 2-B"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

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      • 56
        Theoretical status of J/psi production at HERA
        In this talk, I review the photo-production of J/psi states at HERA. In the framework of NRQCD, I present the various components expected to contribute to the J/psi yield at HERA, and their importance in different regions of the phase space. I compare the predicted differential cross sections with the data collected by the ZEUS and H1 collaborations. I then move on the polarization observables and present the brand-new color-singlet prediction at NLO accuracy in alpha_s, in view of the recent measurement performed by the ZEUS collaboration. Based on these results, I argue that the sole color-singlet yield fails to explain the J/psi distributions measured at HERA.
        Speaker: Pierre Artoisenet (Univerite catholique de Louvain)
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      • 57
        Measurement of J/psi helicity distributions in inelastic photoproduction at ZEUS
        The decay angular distributions for inelastic photoproduction of J/psi mesons have been measured with the ZEUS detector at HERA, using an integrated luminosity of 468 pb-1. J/psi mesons were identified using their decays into muons. The polar and azimuthal distributions of the mu+ in the J/psi rest frame have been measured as a function of pT and as function of z, where pT is the transverse momentum of the J/psi in the laboratory frame and z is the the fraction of the incident photon energy carried by the J/psi in the proton rest frame. The experimental results were compared to the theoretical predictions at leading and next-to-leading order.
        Speaker: Alessandro Bertolin (Padova)
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      • 58
        Production and polarization of Upsilon mesons in the k_T-factorization approach
        In the framework of the k_T-factorization approach, the production and polarization of the Upsilon mesons at the Tevatron is considered and a comparison of the calculated double differential distributions and the spin alignment parameter alpha with the D0 experimental data is shown. We argue that measuring the double differential cross section and the polarization of the upsilonium states can serve as crucial tests for discriminating two competing theoretical approaches to the parton dynamics in QCD.
        Speaker: Nikolay ZOTOV (SINP, Moscow State University)
        Slides
      • 59
        J/psi polarization from fixed-target to collider energies
        The determination of the magnitude and "sign" of the J/psi polarization crucially depends on the reference frame used in the analysis of the data and a full understanding of the polarization phenomenon requires measurements reported in two "orthogonal" frames, such as the Collins-Soper and helicity frames. Moreover, the azimuthal anisotropy can be, in certain frames, as significant as the polar one. The seemingly contradictory J/psi polarization results reported by E866, HERA-B and CDF can be consistently described assuming that the most suitable axis for the measurement is along the direction of the relative motion of the colliding partons, and that directly produced J/psi's are longitudinally polarized at low momentum and transversely polarized at high momentum. We make specific predictions that can be tested on existing CDF data and by LHC measurements, which should show a full transverse polarization for direct J/psi mesons of pT > 25 GeV/c.
        Speaker: Pietro Faccioli (Dipartimento di Fisica - Universita degli Studi di Bologna)
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    • Spin Physics: Session-2 Room "SALA 9"

      Room "SALA 9"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 60
        Strategy to extract generalized parton distributions from experiment
        Speaker: Dr Simonetta Liuti (University of Virginia)
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      • 61
        Model studies on chiral even and chiral odd GPDs
        Speaker: Dr Asmita Mukherjee
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      • 62
        HERMES results on DVCS off Deuterium
        Speaker: Mr Aram Movsisyan
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      • 63
        Status of Recoil-Detector Analysis at HERMES
        Speaker: Dr Caroline Riedl (DESY)
        Slides
      • 64
        Spin response of the proton in the resonance region
        Speaker: Mr Karl Slifer
        Paper
    • Structure Functions and Low-x: Session-2 Room "SALA GOYA"

      Room "SALA GOYA"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 65
        Precise measurement of DIS at low Q2 and phenomenological fits from H1
        Speaker: Alexey Petrukhin (ITEP Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP)-U)
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      • 66
        F2 at medium Q2 and the PDF determination for H1 HERA I data
        Speaker: Jan Kretzschmar (University of Liverpool)
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      • 67
        Measurement of NC and CC cross sections at high Q2 and impact on ZEUS PDF fit
        Speaker: Amanda Cooper-Sarkar (Oxford University)
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      • 68
        Combined data of inclusive DIS measurements at HERA I
        Speaker: Enrico Tassi (Calabria University and INFN-Cosenza)
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      • 69
        Determination of the Structure Functions F2 from HERMES
        Speaker: Dominik Gabbert (DESY Zeuthen)
        Slides
    • 1:00 PM
      Lunch
    • Diffraction and Vector Mesons: Session-3 Room "SALA 2-A"

      Room "SALA 2-A"

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      • 70
        Diffractive W, Z, dijet and jet-gap-jet production in CDF
        Speaker: Christina Mesropian (Rockefeller University, New York)
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      • 71
        Observation of hard diffraction at LHC (CMS)
        Speaker: Maria Margherita Obertino (University of Torino, Italy)
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      • 72
        CMS capabilities with CASTOR and ZDC detectors
        Speaker: Benoit Roland (Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium)
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      • 73
        Diffractive proton dissociation into three jets at LHC
        Speaker: Dmitry Ivanov (Sobolev Institute, Novosibirsk)
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    • Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model: Session-3 Room "SALA 7"

      Room "SALA 7"

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      • 74
        Precise Electroweak Measurements at the Tevatron
        Speaker: Bodhitha Jayatilaka (Duke University)
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      • 75
        Prospects for Precise Electroweak Physics at the LHC
        Speaker: Esben Klinkby (Duke University)
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      • 76
        Monte Carlo Generators for SM signal and backgrounds
        Speaker: Mario Moretti (Ferrara)
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      • 77
        Monte Carlo Generators for New Physics and Studies at NLO
        Speaker: Roberto Pittau (University of Granada)
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    • Hadronic Final States and QCD: Session-3 Room "SALA 8"

      Room "SALA 8"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

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      • 78
        Measurements of the inclusive jet and dijet production cross sections at CDF
        Speaker: Mario Martinez
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      • 79
        Measurement of the di-jet mass (D0)
        Speaker: Mandy Rominsky
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      • 80
        Jet substructure in NC DIS (ZEUS)
        Speaker: Elias Ron (Universidad autonoma de madrid)
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      • 81
        Hadronic Event Shapes at CMS
        Speaker: Matthias Artur Weber
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      • 82
        Jet reconstruction in the Hadronic Forward calorimeter at CMS
        Speaker: Salim Cerci
        Slides
    • Heavy Flavours: Session-3 Room "SALA 2-B"

      Room "SALA 2-B"

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      • 83
        Theory update on the hadrons X(3872), X(3876), Z(4330) and related ones
        I will review the main debated issues on the nature of the new hadrons. Both the molecular and four-quark pictures are being challenged by data and the field still presents several open questions.
        Speaker: Antonio Polosa (INFN Roma 1 "La Sapienza")
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      • 84
        Properties of exotic charmonium-like mesons at CDF
        CDF reports the recent evidence for a new narrow resonance, Y(4140), decaying to J/psi phi final state, and reconstructed using 2.7 fb-1 of exclusive B+->J/psiphiK decays. Using the world's largest sample of X(3872)->J/psipipi decays, a study on the X(3872) mass and width aimed at testing the internal composition of this state is also described. This lead to the most precise X(3872) mass measurement to date and disfavors the hypothesis of the X(3872) being composed of two resonances closely spaced in mass.
        Speaker: Kai Yi (Physics and Astronomy Department-University of Iowa)
        Slides
      • 85
        New charmonium-like states at B factories
        Since the unexpected discovery of the X(3872) in 2003 the list of new charmonium-like states observed at B-factories keeps growing. BaBar and Belle have measured many properties, like masses, widths and quantum numbers of these states. The recent measurements are presented in this talk. Despite the progress on experimental and theoretical side a consistent picture explaining all states has not emerged.
        Speaker: Thomas Kuhr (University of Karlsruhe)
        Slides
      • 86
        Recent results on psi(3770) and open charm from BESII and CLEO-c
        We present the latest results on the production and decays of psi(3770) and decays of open charm from BESII and CLEO-c experiments. BES observed anomalous line shape of cross sections for e+e- --> hadrons between 3.65 3.872 GeV and also measured line shapes of DD-bar production and the ratio of the production rates of D+D- and D0D0-bar at psi(3770) resonance. CLEO-c measured Ds decay constants from 600 pb-1 data near 4.17 GeV and measured absolute branching fractions for exclusive Ds semileptonic decays.
        Speaker: Jiangchuan Chen (IHEP, Beijing)
        Slides
      • 87
        Recent bottomonium results from BaBar
        I will present recent results in bottomonium physics from BaBar, including the first observation of the eta_b(1S) from Upsilon(3S)--> gamma eta_b(1S) decay and the confirmation of this discovery in Upsilon(2S)--> gamma eta_b(1S). I will also summarize BaBar results on the precision scan above the Upsilon(4S), the search for a light Higgs, and the search for Lepton Flavor Violation in Upsilon(nS) decays.
        Speaker: Veronique Ziegler (SLAC)
        Slides
    • Spin Physics: Session-3 Room "SALA 9"

      Room "SALA 9"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 88
        Single spin asymmetries in l p -> h + X processes
        Speaker: Dr Umberto D'Alesio
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      • 89
        Sivers and Collins effects: from SIDIS to proton-proton scattering
        Speaker: Dr Elena Boglione
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      • 90
        Transverse Spin Measurements at PHENIX
        Speaker: John Koster (UIUC)
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      • 91
        Recent Transverse Spin Results at STAR
        Speaker: Steve Heppelmann
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      • 92
        Cross-sections and SSAs of Identified Forward Hadrons at RHIC
        Speaker: J.H. Lee
        Slides
    • Structure Functions and Low-x: Session-3 Room "SALA GOYA"

      Room "SALA GOYA"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 93
        Obstacles in the calculation of structure functions
        Speaker: Jos Vermaseren (Nikhef)
        Slides
      • 94
        From moments to functions in higher order QCD
        Speaker: Johannes Bluemlein (DESY)
        Slides
      • 95
        New higher-order results on coefficient functions
        Speaker: Andreas Vogt (Liverpool University)
        Slides
      • 96
        High-energy resummation of Drell-Yan processes
        Speaker: Simone Marzani (University of Manchester)
        Slides
    • 4:45 PM
      Coffee Break Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
    • Diffraction and Vector Mesons: Session-4 Room "SALA 2-A"

      Room "SALA 2-A"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 97
        ATLAS Forward physics and diffractive program
        Speaker: James Pinfold (University of Alberta, Canada)
        Slides
      • 98
        Exclusive diffraction using the rapidity gap method in CDF
        Speaker: Christina Mesropian (Rockefeller University, New York)
        Slides
      • 99
        FP420 and 240 diffractive projects
        Speaker: Krzysztof Piotrzkowski (University of Louvain, Belgium)
        Slides
      • 100
        Central exclusive production
        Speaker: Valeri Khoze (IPPP, Durham, UK)
        Slides
      • 101
        Rapidity gap survival in central exclusive diffraction
        Speaker: Christian Weiss (Jefferson Lab, USA)
        Slides
    • Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model: Session-4 Room "SALA 7"

      Room "SALA 7"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 102
        Results on Searches for new physics with kaons
        Speaker: Riccardo FANTECHI (INFN - Pisa)
        Slides
      • 103
        Search for Excited Leptons and Quarks at HERA
        Speaker: Gabriel STOICEA (IFIN-HH Bucharest)
        Slides
      • 104
        Exotic (non-SUSY) Searches at the LHC
        Speaker: Ping Tan (FNAL)
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    • Hadronic Final States and QCD: Session-4 Room "SALA 8"

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      • 105
        Study of the Few Nucleon Systems (CLAS)
        Speaker: Yordanka Ilieva
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      • 106
        Hadronization following DIS from CLAS
        Speaker: Ken Hicks
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      • 107
        Meson photoproduction (CLAS)
        Speaker: Steffen Strauch
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      • 108
        Medium and modified fragmentation function
        Speaker: Rodolfo Sassot
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      • 109
        Nuclear p_t-broadening of semi-inclusive produced mesons (HERMES)
        Speaker: Yves Van Haarlem
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    • Heavy Flavours: Session-4 Room "SALA 2-B"

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      • 110
        Open charm hadroproduction and the charm content of the proton
        We advocate charmed-hadron inclusive hadroproduction as a laboratory to probe intrinsic charm (IC) inside the colliding hadrons. Working at next-to-leading order in the general-mass variable-flavor-number scheme endowed with non-perturbative fragmentation functions recently extracted from a global fit to e^+e^- annihilation data from KEKB, CESR, and LEP1, we first assess the sensitivity of Tevatron data of D0, D^+, and D^{*+} inclusive production to the IC parameterizations provided by Pumplin et al. We then argue that similar data from pp collisions at RHIC would have the potential to discriminate between different IC models provided they reach out to sufficiently large values of transverse momentum.
        Speaker: Bernd Kniehl (University of Hamburg)
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      • 111
        Heavy-flavor results from PHENIX at RHIC
        Recent PHENIX results on heavy flavor production in p+p and d+Au collisions at sqrt(s_NN) = 200 GeV will be presented. Quarkonia results include measured yields of J/psi and psi' as well as J/psi polarization versus transverse momentum in p+p collisions. High statistics J/psi yields versus rapidity and transverse momentum measured in d+Au collisions and their constraints on cold nuclear matter effects will also be discussed. Open heavy flavor results include measurements at mid rapidity of the ratio of single electrons from semi-leptonic decays of b and c quarks and their comparison to FONNL calculations.
        Speaker: Raphael Granier de Cassagnac (CNRS/IN2P3)
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      • 112
        STAR heavy-flavor results
        We present a summary of the heavy flavor results from the STAR experiment. The study of heavy quark production in heavy ion collisions has been of interest in recent years because i) Heavy flavor decay electron production has been observed to be suppressed as much as light hadrons in the medium in contradiction with theoretical expectations and ii) the production of heavy quark bound states shows similar suppression as seen at lower energies, prompting reevaluations of the production mechanism of quarkonium. We discuss the latest results from STAR on these two topics.
        Speaker: Jaroslav Bielcik (NPI, Praque)
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      • 113
        ALICE potential for heavy-flavour physics
        The ALICE experiment, currently in the commissioning phase, will study nucleus--nucleus and proton--proton collisions at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC). We review the ALICE heavy-flavour physics program and present a selection of results on the expected performance.
        Speaker: Giuseppe Bruno (University and INFN, Bari, Italy)
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      • 114
        Charm fragmentation and excited charm and charm-strange mesons at ZEUS
        The charm fragmentation function has been measured in D* photoproduction with the ZEUS detector at HERA. The fragmentation function has been measured versus z, the ratio of E+p_parallel for the D* meson and that for the associated jet, where E is the energy and p_parallel the longitudinal momentum relative to the jet axis. The measured function is compared to different fragmentation models incorporated in leading-logarithm Monte Carlo simulations and a next-to-leading-order calculation. The results are similar to those from e+e- experiments. In addition, the production of excited charm, D_1(2420)0 and D_2^*(2460)0, and charm-strange, D_s1(2536)+/-, mesons has been measured with the ZEUS detector at HERA. The measured yields were converted to the rates of c quarks hadronising as a given excited D meson. The results are compared with those measured previously and with theoretical expectations.
        Speaker: Leonid Gladilin (Moscow State University)
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    • Spin Physics: Session-4 Room "SALA 9"

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      • 115
        Longitudinal Polarization of Lambda and antiLambda Hyperons in Deep-Inelastic Scattering at COMPASS
        Speaker: Mr Mikhail Sapozhnikov
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      • 116
        Lambda longitudinal polarization dependence on the target polarization in SIDIS
        Speaker: Dr Aram Kotzinian
      • 117
        Transverse lambda polarization at LHC
        Speaker: Daniel Boer
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      • 118
        Transversity signals in two-hadron production in COMPASS
        Speaker: Mr Heiner Wollny
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      • 119
        Transversity at CLAS
        Speakers: Mr Marco Mirazita, Ms Patrizia Rossi
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    • Structure Functions and Low-x: Session-4 Room "SALA GOYA"

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      • 120
        Gluon density from discret BFKL pomeron
        Speaker: Henri Paul Kowalski (Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron (DESY))
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      • 121
        A matrix formulation of small x RG improved evolution
        Speaker: Dimitri Colferai (University of Florence and INFN)
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      • 122
        Ambiguities of the NLO BFKL kernel
        Speaker: Victor S. Fadin (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk)
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      • 123
        Small x evolution in the NLO
        Speaker: Ian Balitsky (JLab/ODU)
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    • Diffraction and Vector Mesons: Session-5 Room "SALA GOYA"

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      • 124
        The Pomeron trajectory based on elastic rho photoproduction
        Speaker: Benno List (Hamburg university, Germany)
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      • 125
        Status and early physics program of TOTEM
        Speaker: Hubert Niewiadomski (Penn State University, USA)
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      • 126
        Forward detectors in ATLAS
        Speaker: Laura Fabbri (INFN Bologna)
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      • 127
        Regge phenomenology with the Quark Gluon String model
        Speaker: David Milstead (Stockholm university, Sweden)
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      • 128
        Double diffraction at Tevatron and LHC
        Speaker: Florent Chevallier (IRFU-SPP, CEA Saclay)
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    • Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model: Session-5 Room "SALA 7"

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      • 129
        Diboson Production at the Tevatron
        Speaker: Michel Cooke (Fermilab)
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      • 130
        Search for SM Higgs at the Tevatron
        Speaker: Anton Anastassov (Northwestern University)
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      • 131
        SM Higgs Searches at the LHC
        Speaker: Patricia Lobelle Pardo (Universidad de Cantabria)
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      • 132
        Extra Dimensions
        Speaker: MARIANO QUIROS (ICREA/IFAE-Barcelona)
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    • Future Facilities: Session-1 Room "SALA 2-A"

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      • 133
        ep and eA physics at low Q2
        Speaker: Allen Caldwell (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik Munich)
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      • 134
        eA physics at a future Electron-Ion Collider
        Speaker: Matt Lamont
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      • 135
        Spin structure studies at an EIC
        Speaker: Ed Kinney
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      • 136
        Physics with a low/medium energy EIC
        Speaker: Christian Weiss (Jefferson Lab, USA)
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    • Hadronic Final States and QCD: Session-5 Room "SALA 8"

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      • 137
        Single hadron production in neutral current DIS at NLO
        Speaker: Carlos Sandoval
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      • 138
        Inclusive K0SK0S resonance production in ep collisions (ZEUS)
        Speaker: David Saxon
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      • 139
        K* production at low Q2 (H1)
        Speaker: Deniz Sunar
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      • 140
        Strangeness production at low and high Q2 (H1)
        Speaker: Grazyna Nowak
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      • 141
        Light mesons in photoproduction (H1)
        Speaker: Anna Kropivnitskaya
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    • Spin Physics: Session-5 Room "SALA 9"

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      • 142
        Search of 2-photon exchange signal in inclusive DIS off transversely polarized protons
        Speaker: Mr Alejandro Lopez Ruiz (Universiteit Gent)
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      • 143
        Accessing Generalized Transversity Distributions with Exclusive pi0 Electroproduction
        Speaker: Simonetta Liuti (University of Virginia)
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      • 144
        Deeply Virtual Compton Scattering at HERA and perspectives at CERN.
        Speaker: Dr Laurent Schoeffel
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      • 145
        “Transverse" SDMEs in exclusive electro-production of rho^0 at HERMES
        Speaker: Dr Ami Rostomyan (DESY)
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      • 146
        Deeply exclusive vector-meson electroproduction at CLAS
        Speaker: Mr Ahmed Fradi
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    • Structure Functions and Low-x: Session-5 Room "SALA 2-B"

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      • 147
        Update of combined HERAPDF fit
        Speaker: Voica Radescu (DESY)
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      • 148
        MSTW PDF 2008
        Speaker: Robert Thorne (UCL)
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      • 149
        Overview of CTEQ activities
        Speaker: Pavel Nadolsky (Southern Methodist University)
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      • 150
        Precision measurement and combined global analysis of PDF including Pt resummation theory and data
        Speaker: Hung-Liang Lai (Taipei Municipal University of Education)
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    • 10:45 AM
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    • Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model: Session-6 Room "SALA 7"

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      • 151
        Search for non-SM Higgs at the Tevatron
        Speaker: Tim Scanlon (Imperial College)
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      • 152
        Non-SM Higgs Searches at the LHC
        Speaker: Sandra Horvat
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      • 153
        Higgs/SUSY
        Speaker: Sven Heinemeyer (IFCA-Cantabria)
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      • 154
        Supersymmetry
        Speaker: Dirk Zerwas (LAL Orsay)
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    • Future Facilities: Session-2 Room "SALA 2-A"

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      • 155
        QCD at the LHeC
        Speaker: Anna Stasto (Penn State U./RIKEN BNL)
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      • 156
        Precision studies of QCD and EW interactions
        Speaker: Olaf Behnke (DESY)
      • 157
        New Physics at large scales
        Speaker: Uta Klein
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      • 158
        Potential of the LHeC to constrain PDFs
        Speaker: Juan Rojo (INFN Sezione di Milano)
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    • Hadronic Final States and QCD: Session-6 Room "SALA 8"

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      • 159
        Measurement of di-jet angular distributions (D0)
        Speaker: Nirmalya Parua
      • 160
        Angular correlations in three-jet events in ep collisions (ZEUS)
        Speaker: Stephen Magill
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      • 161
        Azimuthal decorrelations between QCD jets at all orders
        Speaker: Andrea Banfi
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      • 162
        Transverse momentum resummation at hadron colliders
        Speaker: Massimiliano Grazzini
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      • 163
        Path integral methods for soft gluon resummation
        Speaker: Chris White
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      • 164
        Gaps-between-jets and soft gluon resummation
        Speaker: Simone Marzani
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    • Heavy Flavours: Session-5 Room "SALA 9"

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      • 165
        Higher-order soft corrections to tt-bar production
        We present new predictions for the total cross section of $t \bar{t}$ at the Tevatron and the LHC through next-to-next-to-leading order. The results are based on the numerically dominant soft corrections. They are exact in all logarithmically enhanced terms near threshold, include the Coulomb corrections at two loops and exact scale dependence. We investigate the scale dependence as well as the sensitivity on the parton luminosity.
        Speaker: Ulrich Langenfeld (Zeuthen)
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      • 166
        Recent measurements of top quark production cross section at CDF
        With the large data samples collected at the Tevatron, top quark physics has entered the realm of precision. We present here the latest results on top pair production cross section at CDF, which uncertainties are comparable to those of the theory prediction. The exciting results on the challenging channel of the electroweak production will also be shown.
        Speaker: Gervasio Gomez (Instituto de Física de Cantabria)
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      • 167
        Top Production Cross Sections at D0
        We report on measurements of the ttbar production cross section at a center-of-mass energy of 1.96 TeV at the D0 experiment during Run II of the Fermilab Tevatron collider. We use candidate events in lepton+jets and dilepton final states. In the most sensitive channel (lepton+jets channel), a neural network algorithm that uses lifetime information to identify b-quark jets is used to distinguish signal from background processes. We also present measurements of single top quark production at D0 using several multivariate techniques to separate signal from background: boosted decision trees, bayesian neural networks and matrix elements.
        Speaker: Jiri Kvita (Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University)
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      • 168
        ATLAS preparations for precise B-decays measurements sensitive to BSM phenomena
        The LHC experiments will perform sensitive tests of physics phenomena beyond the Standard Model (BSM). Investigation of decays of beauty hadrons represents an alternative approach in addition to direct BSM searches. The ATLAS efforts concentrate on those B decays that can be selected already at the first and second trigger levels. The most favorable trigger signature will be for B hadrons decaying to J/psi -> mumu Using this trigger ATLAS will be able to accommodate unprecedentedly high statistics in so called Golden LHC channel: Bs->J/psi phi allowing a measurement of the CP violation effect, where BSM models predicted values are significantly higher than SM. In the rare decays sector, these are purely di-muon decays, and families of semi-muonic exclusive channels. Already with 1 fb-1 the ATLAS sensitivity in the di-muon channels will be comparable to today worlds statistics. The strategy is to carry on the di-muon channel programme up to nominal LHC luminosity. In particular in each of these two experiments the Bs -> mumu signal with 4.3 sigma significance can be measured combining low luminosity samples with those of one year of LHC operation at a luminosity of 10^34 cm-2 s-1. This precision allows excludingvor confirming the SM unambiguously.
        Speaker: Konstantin Toms (University of New Mexico)
        Slides
    • Joint Session: Diffraction and Vector Mesons + Spin Physics: Session-6 Room "SALA GOYA"

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      • 169
        VM production and DVCS
        Speaker: Aharon Levy (Tel Aviv University)
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      • 170
        DVCS and vector meson production
        Speaker: Pierre Marage (Universite Libre de Bruxelles)
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      • 171
        Spin density matrix elements in exclusive rho0 production on H and D targets at HERMES
        Speaker: Wolf-Dieter Nowak (DESY, Germany)
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      • 172
        Generalized parton distributions (CLAS)
        Speaker: Brahim Moreno (IPN, Orsay, France)
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    • Structure Functions and Low-x: Session-6 Room "SALA 2-B"

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      • 173
        NNPDF2.0: Towards a global neural network PDF analysis
        Speaker: Maria Ubiali (University of Edinburgh)
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      • 174
        Unbiased determination of the strangeness content of the nucleon
        Speaker: Juan Rojo (INFN Sezione di Milano)
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      • 175
        Phenomenology of small-x resummation
        Speaker: Juan Rojo (INFN Sezione di Milano)
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      • 176
        Determination of strange sea distributions from nuN DIS
        Speaker: Serguei Alekhin (State Res.Center of Russian Feder. Inst.f.High Energy Phys. (IFVE))
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      • 177
        EPS09 - Global NLO analysis of nuclear PDFs
        Speaker: Hannu Paukkunen (Jyväskylä University, Finland)
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    • 1:00 PM
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      • 178
        Talk cancelled
      • 179
        The Shuvaev transform and the skewness effect at small x
        Speaker: Thomas Teubner (University of Liverpool, UK)
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      • 180
        DVCS and the skewness effect at small x
        Speaker: Dieter Mueller (Bochum University, Germany)
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      • 181
        Diffractive production of photons at high t
        Speaker: Tomas Hreus (ULB, Bruxelles, Belgium)
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      • 182
        Pomeron Odderon interference in production of pi-pi pairs at LHC
        Speaker: Florian Schwennsen (LPT Orsay, France)
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    • Future Facilities: Session-3 Room "SALA 2-A"

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      • 183
        Designs for an Electron-Ion Collider
        Speaker: Vladimir Livitenko
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      • 184
        EIC detector plans
        Speaker: Elke-Caroline Aschenauer (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
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      • 185
        LHeC facility plans
        Speaker: Bernard Holzer
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      • 186
        LHeC detector plans
        Speaker: Allesandro Pollini
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    • Heavy Flavours: Session-6 Room "SALA 8"

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      • 187
        Variable-flavour-number scheme in the analysis of heavy-quark electro-production data
        We perform QCD fit of parton distribution functions (PDFs) based on the existing inclusive DIS data supplemented by the Drell-Yan ones. The DIS heavy-quark contribution is calculated in the variable-flavour-number (VFN) scheme with the heavy-quark PDFs generated from ones of the fixed-flavour-number (FFN) scheme using the matching conditions by Buza-Matiounine-Smith-van Neerven. Comparison to the variant of analysis within the FFN scheme is performed. Prediction of the two variants of fit are compared to the heavy-quark electro-production data by the HERA experiments. Applications for the LHC phenomenology are considered.
        Speaker: Serguei Alekhin (State Res.Center of Russian Feder. Inst.f.High Energy Phys. (IFVE))
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      • 188
        Moments of the 3-loop corrections to the heavy flavor contribution to F2(x,Q2) for Q^2 >> m^2
        Precision tests of QCD based on deeply inelastic scattering data require a precise knowledge of the heavy flavor contributions to the structure functions. We report on recent calculations of moments of the heavy flavor Wilson coefficients at O(alpha_s^3) contributing to F_2^c. Our results are valid in the region Q^2/m_c^2 > 10 GeV^2 and derive from the use of the technique of massive operator matrix elements.
        Speaker: Sebastian Klein (Zeuthen)
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      • 189
        Extraction of F2c(x,Q2) from D* cross sections at H1
        The charm contribution to the proton structure, F2^c(x,Q2), is determined using the inclusive cross sections of D*+-(2010) meson production in deep-inelastic scattering at HERA. F2^c(x,Q2) is extracted from the visible D*+- cross sections in the range 5 < Q2 < 1000 GeV^2, 0.02 < y < 0.7, p_T(D*) > 1.5 GeV and |eta(D*)| < 1.5 which were measured with the H1 experiment in the HERA-II running period corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 347 pb^-1. The charm contribution to the proton structure, F2^c(x,Q2), is determined by extrapolating the visible charm cross section to the full phase space using a Next-to-Leading order QCD calculation based on DGLAP evolution and a Leading order Monte-Carlo program including parton showers based on CCFM evolution. The extrapolation uncertainties are studied varying the theory parameters like charm mass, renormalisation and factorisation scales as well as the fragmentation model.
        Speaker: Andreas Jung (DESY)
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      • 190
        Charm production in DIS and the measurement of F2cc at ZEUS
        Charm production has been measured in the deep inelastic scattering regime with the ZEUS detector at HERA. Charm was reconstructed by identifying charmed mesons (D*, D+, D0) in the final state, or through its decay into muons. Differential cross sections were measured and compared to next-to-leading order QCD predictions. The charm contribution to the proton structure function F2, F2cc, was extracted and compared with theoretical predictions using different parameterisations of the proton PDFs.
        Speaker: Philipp Roloff (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY))
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      • 191
        D*+- production at high Q2 with the H1 detector
        Inclusive production of D*+- -mesons in deep inelastic scattering at HERA is studied at high photon virtualities Q2>100 GeV^2 for the first time with the H1 experiment. The data were collected during the years 2004-2007 and correspond to an integrated luminosity of 351 pb^-1. D*-mesons are reconstructed in their decays D*+- -> D0+ pi_slow+- -> K-+ pi+- pi_slow+-. The visible range for the measurement covers the pseudorapidity interval |eta(D*)|<1.5, transverse momenta p_T(D*)>1.5 GeV, and inelasticity in the scattering process 0.02 < y < 0.7. Differential cross sections are compared to predictions from the next-to leading order calculation HVQDIS and the leading order Monte Carlo codes RAPGAP and CASCADE.
        Speaker: Martin Brinkmann (University of Hamburg)
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    • Joint Session: Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model + Hadronic Final States and QCD: Session-7 Room "SALA 7"

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      • 192
        D0 results in Z + jets
        Speaker: Michael Kirby
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      • 193
        CDF results in W / Z + jets
        Speaker: Tara Shears
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      • 194
        Atlas and CMS W/Z+jets production
        Speaker: Jason Nielsen
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      • 195
        LHCb Studies of W and Z boson production in the forward region
        Speaker: Sara Traynor
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      • 196
        aT distribution of the Z0 boson at low transverse momentum
        Speaker: Rosa Delgado
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    • Spin Physics: Session-7 Room "SALA 9"

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      • 197
        Non-Sinlget spin structure function in the valon model
        Speaker: Dr Fatemeh Taghavi (Institute for Studies in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics, Tehran, Iran)
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      • 198
        Gluon Polarization Measurements from the PHENIX Spin Program
        Speaker: Swadhin Taneja
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      • 199
        Exploring the Gluon Polarization in the Proton with Inclusive and Correlation Measurements at STAR
        Speaker: Bernd Surrow (MIT)
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      • 200
        Open-Charm results from COMPASS
        Speaker: Mr Celso Franco (LIP-Lisbon)
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    • Structure Functions and Low-x: Session-7 Room "SALA 2-B"

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      • 201
        Inclusive jets and exclusive central particle production at the Tevatron
        Speaker: Ronan McNulty (UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN)
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      • 202
        Measurements from Tevatron on p roduction of W, Z, Drell-Yan, and constraints on PDFs
        Speaker: Harald Fox (Lancaster University)
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      • 203
        Study of W and Z production in LHC
        Speaker: Ms Maria Cepeda (C. I. E. M. A. T. (Madrid))
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      • 204
        Precise luminosity measurement using electroweak bosons and luminosity measurement using two photon dimuon production with LHCb
        Speaker: Francesco De Lorenzi (University College Dublin)
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      • 205
        CTEQ PDFs for event generators at LHC
        Speaker: Hung-Liang Lai (Taipei Municipal University of Education)
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    • Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model: Session-8 Room "SALA 7"

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      • 206
        Search for SUSY at the Tevatron
        Speaker: Andrey Loginov (Yale University)
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      • 207
        Search for GMSB and new physics using photons
        Speaker: Raimund STROEHMER (LMU Munich)
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      • 208
        SUSY Searches at the LHC
        Speaker: Diego Casadei (New York University)
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      • 209
        A General Search for New Phenomena at HERA
        Speaker: Gerhard Brandt (DESY)
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    • Future Facilities: Session-4 Room "SALA 2-A"

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      • 210
        The JLAB 12 GeV upgrade- Short introduction
        Speaker: Rolf Ent
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      • 211
        The Hall A deep inelastic scattering program at 12 GeV
        Speaker: Nilanga Liyanage (University of Virginia)
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      • 212
        The CLAS12 detector at JLAB to measure GPDS and large-x PDFs
        Speaker: Michel Guidal
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      • 213
        The SHMS and the Hall C L/T separated DIS program
        Speaker: Cynthia Keppel (Hampton U. / Jefferson Lab)
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      • 214
        The 12 GeV upgrade DIS related program
        Speaker: Simonetta Liuti
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    • Hadronic Final States and QCD: Session-8 Room "SALA 2-B"

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      • 215
        CKKW merging at NLO
        Speaker: Leif Lonnblad
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      • 216
        Gluon and dipole cascades on the light-front
        Speaker: Anna Stasto (Penn State U./RIKEN BNL)
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      • 217
        The CASCADE Monte Carlo event generator
        Speaker: Hannes Jung
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      • 218
        Study of forward jet production using qg,qg in kt-factorization
        Speaker: Deak Michal
        Slides
      • 219
        W/Z production in the k_T-factorization approach
        Speaker: Nikolay Zotov (SINP, Moscow State University)
        Slides
    • Heavy Flavours: Session-7 Room "SALA 8"

      Room "SALA 8"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
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      • 220
        Global PDF analysis in an intermediate-mass scheme
        The zero-mass (ZM) parton formalism is widely used in high-energy physics because of its simplicity and historical importance, even while the latest global QCD analyses are carried out in the more precise general-mass (GM) QCD formalism. We explore the possibility of rectifying obvious kinematical inconsistencies of the conventional implementation of the ZM formalism, while preserving the simplicity of its matrix elements. The resulting intermediate-mass (IM) scheme for perturbative QCD calculation can be regarded either as an improved ZM formulation with the correct treatment of heavy-flavor final state kinematics; or, alternatively, as a simplifed GM formulation with approximate ZM hard cross sections. I discuss representative global analyses based on the IM formulation, and show that they come quite close to reproducing the more accurate GM results.
        Speaker: Pavel Nadolsky (Southern Methodist University)
        Slides
      • 221
        Heavy flavour effects in the virtual photon structure functions to NLO in QCD
        We investigate the heavy quark mass effects in the virtual photon structure functions in the framework of the mass-independent renormalization group. We study a formalism in which the heavy quark mass effects are treated based on parton picture as well as on the operator product expansion, and perform the numerical evaluation of the effective virtual photon structure function to the next-leading order in QCD.
        Speaker: Tsuneo Uematsu (Kyoto)
        Slides
      • 222
        F2cc and F2bb using the H1 vertex detector at HERA and the combination with the D* method
        The inclusive charm and beauty cross sections are measured in e-p and e+p collisions at HERA II in the kinematic region of photon virtuality 5 < Q2 < 650 GeV^2 and Bjorken scaling variable 0.0002 < x < 0.032. The data were collected with the H1 detector in 2006 and 2007 corresponding to an integrated luminosity of 189 pb^-1. The charm and beauty fractions are determined using a neural network which includes inputs, as measured by the H1 vertex detector, of the impact parameter of tracks to the primary vertex and the position of the secondary vertex. The measurements are compared with previous data, NLO and NNLO QCD predictions. The combination of recent results on the charm contribution, F2^c, to the inclusive proton structure function F2 in deep inelastic scattering at HERA is presented. At the H1 experiment F2^c(x,Q2) is determined either from the measured production cross section of D*+-(2010) mesons or by making use of the long lifetime of heavy quarks. The combination of both charm tag methods accounts for correlations of the systematic uncertainties of the measurements and leads to significant improvements of precision.
        Speaker: Paul Daniel Thompson (Birmingham)
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      • 223
        Beauty production in in DIS and the measurement of F2bb at ZEUS
        Beauty production has been measured in the deep inelastic scattering regime with the ZEUS detector at HERA. Beauty was reconstructed using its semi-leptonic decay into muons. The beauty signal was separated from the background using lifetime information and the transverse momentum of the muon with respect to the axis of the jet coming from the hadronisation of the b quark, ptrel. Differential cross sections were measured and compared to next-to-leading order QCD predictions. The beauty contribution to the proton structure function F2, F2bb, was extracted and compared with theoretical predictions using different parameterisations of the proton PDFs.
        Speaker: Marcello Bindi (Universita & INFN, Bologna)
        Slides
    • Joint Session: Diffraction and Vector Mesons + Structure Functions and Low-x: Session-8 Room "SALA GOYA"

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      • 224
        Probing low x with LHCb data
        Speaker: Jonathan Anderson (Universitaet Zuerich)
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      • 225
        A global analysis of DIS with running coupling BK evolution
        Speaker: Javier Lopez Albacete (Universidad Nacional Cordoba)
        Slides
      • 226
        Accomodating diffraction in small-x evolution in the CGC
        Speaker: Heribert Weigert (University of Oulu)
        Slides
      • 227
        Nuclear enhancement and suppression of diffractive structure functions at high energies
        Speaker: Tuomas Lappi (CEA/Saclay)
        Slides
    • Spin Physics: Session-8 Room "SALA 9"

      Room "SALA 9"

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      • 228
        Theoretical update of twist-3 single-spin asymmetry in semi-inclusive DIS
        Speaker: Dr Kazuhiro Tanaka
        Slides
      • 229
        HERMES results on azimuthal modulations in the spin-independent SIDIS cross section (Cahn/Boer-Mulders effects)
        Speaker: Dr Francesca Giordano (DESY)
        Slides
      • 230
        Azimuthal asymmetries in SIDIS off unpolarized targets (Boer-Mulders/Cahn effects) at COMPASS
        Speaker: Dr Andrea Bressan (Triest)
        Slides
      • 231
        Measurements of Drell-Yan Angular Distributions and the Transverse Boer-Mulders Structure Function
        Speaker: Paul E. Reimer
        Slides
    • Conference Dinner Restaurant Pedro Larumbe

      Restaurant Pedro Larumbe

      C/ Serrano, 61 -4ª pl. 28006 Madrid
    • Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model: Session-9 Room "SALA 7"

      Room "SALA 7"

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      • 232
        Multilepton Production at HERA
        Speaker: Monica Turcato (Hamburg University)
        Slides
      • 233
        Search for multimuons in CDF
        Speaker: Fabio Happacher (Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati)
        Slides
      • 234
        Search for multimuons in D0
        Speaker: Peter Ratoff (Lancaster University)
        Slides
      • 235
        Multi-lepton signals at LHC: the key to model discrimination
        Speaker: Juan Antonio Aguilar-Saavedra (University of Granada)
        Slides
    • Future Facilities: Session-5 Room "SALA 2-A"

      Room "SALA 2-A"

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      • 236
        Exploring the Anti-quark Structure of Matter with Drell-Yan
        Speaker: Paul Reimer
        Slides
      • 237
        Vertex detector upgrades for the Phenix detector
        Speaker: Rachid Nouicer
        Slides
      • 238
        The Phenix forward muon trigger upgrade project for the study of the proton spin
        Speaker: yoshinori Fukao
        Slides
      • 239
        Future physics program at RHIC with tagged forward protons
        Speaker: Jeong-Hun Lee
        Slides
    • Hadronic Final States and QCD: Session-9 Room "SALA 8"

      Room "SALA 8"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

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      • 240
        Quark Reggeization and prompt photon production at HERA and Tevatron
        Speaker: V.A. Saleev
        Slides
      • 241
        Prompt-photon production in DIS (ZEUS)
        Speaker: Matthew Forrest
        Slides
      • 242
        Prompt Photons in photoproduction (H1)
        Speaker: Krzysztof Nowak
        Slides
      • 243
        Photon + jet results from D0
        Speaker: Lars Sonnenschein
        Slides
      • 244
        Inclusive Prompt Photon Production at CDF
        Speaker: Carolina Deluca
        Slides
    • Heavy Flavours: Session-8 Room "SALA 2-B"

      Room "SALA 2-B"

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      slides
      • 245
        Quark Model and the Spectroscopy of the b-baryons
        I discuss several recent highly accurate theoretical predictions for masses of baryons containing the b quark, as well as an effective supersymmetry between heavy quark baryons and mesons. I also suggest some possibilities for observing exotic hadrons containing heavy quarks.
        Speaker: Marek Karliner (Tel-Aviv)
        PowerPoint
        Slides
      • 246
        Properties of heavy quark hadrons at CDF
        We present recent CDF results on the properties of hadrons containing heavy quarks. These include a new measurement of the Bc production rate and updated measurement of Bs and Lambda_b lifetimes.
        Speaker: Juan Pablo Fernandez (CIEMAT)
        Slides
      • 247
        Charmonia and bottom production measurements with J/psi events at LHCb
        We report on the possibilities of measuring charmonia and bottom production with the LHCb experiment. Using reconstructed J/psi decays to mu+ mu-, both the prompt J/psi and b -> J/psi production cross-sections in pp collisions at LHC energies will be determined in the J/psi eta range 2-5. Due to the very large statistics, this analysis will be possible very early after the LHC start. Other charmonia related measurements will also be discussed, such as that of the J/psi polarization at production or of the production of some of the new X, Y and Z states.
        Speaker: Matthew David Needham (EPFL)
        Slides
      • 248
        Production of exclusive charmonium at CDF
        We present the study of the exclusive production of charmonia via the reactions p + pbar --> p + X + p with X being a centrally produced J/psi, psi(2s) or chi_c, using 1.48 fb-1 of proton-antiproton collision data collected by the Run-II Collider Detector at Fermilab at sqrt(s)=1.96 TeV
        Speaker: James Pinfold (University of Alberta)
        Slides
      • 249
        Measurement of Bc mass and lifetime at LHCb
        The Bc mass and lifetime measurements using the exclusive decay Bc->Jpsi pi at the LHCb experiment were studied. About 310 signal events are expected for a data set which corresponds to an integrated luminosity of 1 fb-1, with a B/S ratio around 2. Based on these data, the Bc mass and lifetime can be measured with expected statistical errors below 2 MeV/c^2 and 30 fs, respectively.
        Speaker: Jibo He (Laboratoire de l'Accélérateur Linéaire (LAL))
        Slides
    • Joint Session: Diffraction and Vector Mesons + Spin Physics: Session-9 Room "SALA GOYA"

      Room "SALA GOYA"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 250
        Exclusive rho0 production at COMPASS
        Speaker: Guillaume Jegou (CEA Saclay, France)
        Slides
      • 251
        Overview of HERMES DVCS results
        Speaker: Sergey Yashchenko (DESY Zeuthen, Germany)
        Slides
      • 252
        GPD projects at COMPASS
        Speaker: Etienne Burtin
        Slides
      • 253
        Dispersion relation for GPDs
        Speaker: Gary Goldstein (Tufts university, USA)
        Slides
      • 254
        Forward neutron asymmetries generated in polarized pp collisions at RHIC
        Speaker: Manabu Togawa (RIKEN, BNL, USA)
        Slides
    • Structure Functions and Low-x: Session-9 Room "SALA 9"

      Room "SALA 9"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

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      • 255
        Towards higher precision PDFs at large x
        Speaker: Cynthia Keppel (Hampton U. / Jefferson Lab)
        Slides
      • 256
        CCFM evolution with unitarity bound
        Speaker: Emil Avsar (CEA-Saclay/Ipht)
        Slides
      • 257
        Pt symmetry and renormalization in Pomeron model
        Speaker: Gian Paolo Vacca (INFN - Bologna)
        Slides
      • 258
        Local two-photon couplings and the J=0 fixed pole in real and virtual Compton scattering
        Speaker: Felipe Jose Llanes Estrada (U. Complutense)
        Slides
    • 10:45 AM
      Coffee Break Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
    • Diffraction and Vector Mesons: Session-10 Room

      Room

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 259
        Ultra-peripheral Au Au collisions at RHIC
        Speaker: Mate Csanad (Eotvos University, Budapest)
        Slides
      • 260
        Timelike Compton scattering at LHC
        Speaker: Jakub Wagner (Institute for nuclear studies)
        Slides
      • 261
        Nuclear DVCS at high energies within the colour dipole approach
        Speaker: Magno Machado (UNIPAMPA)
        Slides
      • 262
        Exclusive vs diffractive vector meson production in DIS at small x or off nuclei
        Speaker: Cyrille Marquet (Columbia university, New York, USA)
        Slides
    • Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model: Session-10 Room "SALA 7"

      Room "SALA 7"

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      • 263
        Search for new neutral gauge bosons and leptoquarks at the Tevatron
        Speaker: Alexei Safonov (Texas A&M University)
        Slides
      • 264
        Results on Searches for new physics in B-factories
        Speaker: Gerald EIGEN (Bergen)
        Slides
      • 265
        Search for new physics in the Bs sector at the Tevatron
        Speaker: Thomas Kuhr (University of Karlsruhe)
        Slides
      • 266
        Search for new physics in the B-sector at the LHC
        Speaker: Johannes Albrecht (U. Heidelberg)
        Slides
    • Future Facilities: Session-6 Room "SALA 2-A"

      Room "SALA 2-A"

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      • 267
        The Minerva detector and science possibilities
        Speaker: benjamin Ziemer
        Slides
      • 268
        Future plans of COMPASS
        Speaker: Alain Magnon
        Slides
    • Hadronic Final States and QCD: Session-10 Room "SALA 8"

      Room "SALA 8"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
      • 269
        Soft QCD and the underlying event at CDF
        Speaker: Christina Mesropian
        Slides
      • 270
        Minimum Bias and Underlying Event Studies at CMS
        Speaker: Nick van Remortel
        Slides
      • 271
        The underlying event in photoproduction (H1)
        Speaker: Lluis Marti
        Slides
      • 272
        Particle Charge Asymmetries (H1)
        Speaker: Dan Traynor
        Slides
      • 273
        Scaled momentum distributions of charged particles in dijet photoproduction (ZEUS)
        Speaker: John Morris
        Slides
      • 274
        Measurement of charged particle spectra in pp collisions at CMS
        Speaker: Luca Mucibello
        Slides
      • 275
        On QCD non-perturbative hadronisation effects in jets
        Speaker: Yazid Delenda
        Slides
    • Heavy Flavours: Session-9 Room "SALA 2-B"

      Room "SALA 2-B"

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
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      • 276
        Recent results on charmonium production at HERA-B
        HERA-B is a fixed target experiment at the 920 GeV HERA proton beam at DESY which uses a variety nuclear targets. A di-lepton trigger can select events containing leptonic J/psi decays. During the 2002/2003 HERA-B run, 150 million di-lepton triggers and 200 million minimum bias triggers were recorded. About 300.000 leptonic J/psi decays (~170.000 J/psi -> mu^+mu^- and ~130.000 J/psi -> e^+e^-) were acquired with the di-lepton trigger. A complete study of the charmonium production (such as J/psi, psi' and chi_c states) in the negative Feynman x region (x_F), and of the J/psi polarization will be presented. Results will be given also on the nuclear dependence of charmonium production, on chi_c and psi' production and the determination of the b b-bar cross section in proton-nucleus collisions.
        Speaker: Roberto Spighi (Bologna)
        Slides
      • 277
        Quarkonium production in CMS
        We present expected sensitivities for the measurement of the charmonium production cross section in pp collisions using the CMS detector at the LHC. The analysis is performed on a Monte Carlo sample simulating expected conditions for early data, and includes lifetime information to separate prompt and non-prompt J/psi production.
        Speaker: Carlos Lourenco (CERN)
        Slides
      • 278
        B baryons at D0
        Although predicted by the quark model only a few of the B baryons predicted had been observed. D0 set out to search for two of those predicted, the Cascade_b and the Omega_b. The Cascade_b was observed in 2007 and the Omega_b in 2008. The search and observation was possible thanks to the reprocessing of events that include J/psi in such a way that the efficiency to reconstruct low pT charged tracks and charged tracks with large impact parameters was higher. This technique along with the use of multivariate techniques made possible the observation of both resonances. The Omega_b in the decay channel Omega + J/psi and the Cascade_b in Cascade J/psi.
        Speaker: Peter Ratoff (Lancaster University, UK)
        Slides
      • 279
        Heavy Flavour production in ATLAS
        ATLAS prepared a program for measurements of production cross sections both of b-hadrons and Onia in central proton-proton collisions at new energy 14 TeV of LHC. Dedicated triggers based on muon, di-muon or electron signatures are designed to accommodate large statistics with already first several months. Starting from semi-inclusive measurements for very early stage exclusive channels will soon dominate measurements, allowing tests of QCD in Heavy Flavour sector already with 10 pb-1. With larger statistics production polarization measurements are being prepared for J/psi and Lambda_b. It is expected that 30 fb-1 collected at 10^33 cm-2 s-1 will allow specific measurements not accessible with limited statistics of Tevatron. In particular Lambda_b polarization measurement can be achieved using Lambda_b -> J/psi Lambda decay. In J/psi a polarization measurement will allow to confirm or exclude model predictions within large interval of transverse momenta.
        Speaker: Thorsten Stahl (University of Siegen)
        Slides
      • 280
        Round-table discussion on heavy-flavour studies in LHC era
    • Spin Physics: Session-10 Room "SALA 9"

      Room "SALA 9"

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      • 281
        Spectator model for TMDs
        Speaker: Dr Francesco Conti
        Slides
      • 282
        COMPASS results on Collins and Sivers asymmetries
        Speaker: Andrea Bressan (University of Trieste and INFN)
        Slides
      • 283
        Single-spin asymmetries in SIDIS off transversely polarized protons at HERMES
        Speaker: Dr Luciano Pappalardo
        Slides
      • 284
        Heavy flavor contributions to transversity at 2- and 3 loops
        Speaker: Beat Toedtli
        Slides
    • Free Time / Visit to Prado Museum Paseo del Prado, Madrid, 28014 (CERN)

      Paseo del Prado, Madrid, 28014

      CERN

      Paseo del Prado, Madrid, 28014
    • Plenary Session: Chair: Anthony Thomas (Jefferson Lab)
      • 285
        Structure Functions and Low-x: Theoretical Summary
        Speaker: Agustin Sabio Vera
        Slides
      • 286
        Structure Functions and Low-x: Experimental Summary
        Speaker: Burkard Reisert
        Slides
      • 287
        Diffraction and Vector Mesons: Theoretical Summary
        Speaker: Markus Diehl
        Slides
      • 288
        Diffraction and Vector Mesons: Experimental Summary
        Speaker: Paul James Laycock (Oliver Lodge Laboratory-University of Liverpool)
        Slides
    • 10:30 AM
      Coffee Break Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos

      Palacio de Congresos de Madrid

      Paseo de la Castellana, 99 28046 Madrid España
    • Plenary Session: Chair: David Saxon (University of Glasgow)
      • 289
        Electroweak Physics and BSM: Theoretical Summary
        Speaker: Francisco Del Aguila (Facultad de Fisica)
        Slides
      • 290
        Electroweak Physics and BSM: Experimental Summary
        Speaker: Mario Martinez
        Slides
      • 291
        Hadronic Final States and QCD: Theoretical Summary
        Speaker: Leszek Motyka (Hamburg University)
        Slides
      • 292
        Hadronic Final States and QCD: Experimental Summary (I)
        Speaker: Albert Knutsson (DESY)
        Slides
      • 293
        Hadronic Final States and QCD: Experimental Summary (II)
        Speaker: gavin hesketh
        Slides
      • 294
        Heavy Flavours: News from Theory
        Speaker: Ahmed Ali (Unknown)
        Slides
      • 295
        Heavy Flavours: News from Proton and Heavy Ion Colliders
        Speaker: Diego Tonelli (Fermilab)
        Slides
      • 296
        Heavy Flavours: News from HERA and e+e- Colliders
        Speaker: Leonid Gladilin (Moscow State University)
        Slides
    • Lunch
    • Plenary Session: Chair: John Dainton (Cockcroft Institute)
      • 297
        Spin Physics: Theoretical Summary
        Speaker: Rodolfo Sassot (Universidad de Buenos Aires)
        Slides
      • 298
        Spin Physics: Experimental Summary
        Speaker: Carl Gagliardi (Texas A&amp;M University)
        Slides
      • 299
        Future Facilities: Introduction
        Speaker: Albert De Roeck (CERN & Antwerp University)
        Slides
      • 300
        The LHeC Project Perspective
        Speaker: Max Klein (University of Liverpool)
        Slides
      • 301
        The EIC Project Perspective
        Speaker: Abhay Deshpande (Stony Brook University)
        Slides
      • 302
        LHeC/EIC Panel Discussion
        Speakers: Abhay Deshpande (KEK) , Allen Caldwell (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik Munich) , Anthony Thomas (Jefferson Lab) , Max Klein (Institut fuer Hochenergiephysik Zeuthen) , Sergio Bertolucci (CERN) , Steve Vigdor (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
    • Coffee Break
    • Plenary Session: Chair: Joachim Mnich (DESY)
      • 303
        Concluding Talk: Outlook and Perspectives
        Speaker: Guido Altarelli (Universita Roma Tre/CERN)
        Slides
      • 304
        Final Remarks
        Speaker: Aharon Levy (Tel Aviv University)
        Slides
      • 305
        Closing of DIS 2009
        Speaker: Juan Terron (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)
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