This common workshop of PSI and the University of Zurich is dedicated to the measurement of Bs→μμ and its impact on the searches for New Physics. Assuming the presence of New Physics in b→sμμ transitions, the Bs→μμ process is crucial for determining whether New Physics couples with an axial vector current to muons. In this context, the workshop will provide a forum for both experimentalists and theorists to discuss the future prospects, the impact on New Physics models as well as the connections to R(D), R(D*), Kaon decays and Lepton Flavour Violation
On Monday at 4pm there will be a special colloquium on flavour physics by Prof. Ulrich Nierste (KIT).
Participants are expected to take care of their travel and accommodation by themselves.