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7th International Conference on New Frontiers in Physics (ICNFP2018)

from Wednesday, 4 July 2018 (08:20) to Thursday, 12 July 2018 (22:30)


        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
4 Jul 2018
5 Jul 2018
6 Jul 2018
7 Jul 2018
8 Jul 2018
9 Jul 2018
10 Jul 2018
11 Jul 2018
12 Jul 2018
AM
08:20
Lectures - Kyrill Bugaev (Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kiev, Ukraine) (until 10:30) (Room 1)
08:45 Opening   (Room 1)
09:00 Was GW170817 indeed a merger of two neutron stars? - Prof. David Blaschke (JINR Dubna & University of Wroclaw)   (Room 1)
09:45 Noncommutative Geometry: Why and how? - Michal Eckstein (University of Gdansk)   (Room 1)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Lectures - David Blaschke (University of Wroclaw) (until 13:15) (Room 1)
11:00 New signals of two QCD phase transitions in heavy ion collisions - Prof. Kyrill Bugaev (Bogolyubov ITP, Kiev, Ukraine)   (Room 1)
11:45 . Dynamical violation of scale invariance and the dilaton in a cold Fermi gas - Gordon Semenoff (University of British Columbia)   (Room 1)
12:30 Status of g-2 for the Muon. - Lawrence Gibbons (Cornell University (US))   (Room 1)
08:20
Plenary Session - Willibald Plessas (University of Graz) (until 10:30) (Room 1)
08:20 Opening of the conference   (Room 1)
09:00 Bekenstein Entropy and Hawking Radiation-Reminiscences - Slava Mukhanov   (Room 1)
09:30 The phase diagram of QCD: Critical endpoint vs a pseudo-Lifshitz point. - Robert Pisarski (Brookhaven National Lab.)   (Room 1)
10:00 Parity doubling in QCD thermodynamics - Chihiro Sasaki   (Room 1)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Mini Workshop on Instruments and Methods in HEP - Rachid Nouicer (BNL) (until 13:00) (Room 2)
11:00 Overview of the CMS detector performance at LHC Run 2 - Mrs Martina Ressegotti (University and INFN Pavia (IT))   (Room 2)
11:30 The Micromegas construction project for the ATLAS New Small Wheel - Christos Lampoudis (Université Paris-Saclay (FR))   (Room 2)
12:00 Large high-efficiency thermal neutron detectors based on the Micromegas technology - Dr Georgios Tsiledakis (CEA IRFU, CEA, Université Paris-Saclay, F-91191 Gif-sur-Yvette, France)   (Room 2)
12:30 Ultrasensitive superconducting photon detectors for axions observation - Dragos-Victor Anghel (IFIN-HH)   (Room 2)
11:00
Parallel Session - Vladimir Vechernin (St Petersburg State University (RU)) (until 13:20) (Room 4)
11:00 Studying collective phenomena and very low $p_{\rm T}$ pion production in pp, Pb-Pb and Xe-Xe collisions with the ALICE experiment - Ivan Ravasenga (Politecnico di Torino (IT))   (Room 4)
11:20 Momentum space topology and non - dissipative currents - Dr Mikhail Zubkov (Ariel University, Israel and ITEP, Russia)   (Room 4)
11:40 Monte Carlo event generator predictions for forward physics in $\sqrt{s}$ = 7 TeV proton-proton collisions. - Alexandru Catalin Ene (IFIN-HH (RO))   (Room 4)
12:00 Muon radiography of an Etruscan mine: the San Silvestro archaeological park near Campiglia Marittima (Tuscany) - Guglielmo Baccani (INFN)   (Room 4)
12:20 Neutron-induced reaction measurements at the n_TOF facility of CERN - Dr Federica Mingrone (CERN)   (Room 4)
12:40 Elastic and Total Cross-Section Measurements by TOTEM: Past and Future - Dr Frigyes Nemes (CERN)   (Room 4)
13:00 Search for Boosted Dark Matter at ProtoDUNE - Zahra Ghorbanimoghaddam (University of California Davis (US))   (Room 4)
11:00
Special session on Astro-Cosmo-Gravity - Hovik Grigorian (until 13:30) (Room 3)
11:00 The AEgIS experiment: current status and outlook - Angela Gligorova (Austrian Academy of Sciences (AT))   (Room 3)
11:30 MAGIC: from Astrophysics to Fundamental Physics. Presentation of the latest results - Camilla Maggio (UAB)   (Room 3)
12:00 δ Gravity, δ matter and the accelerated expansion of the Universe - Prof. Jorge Alfaro (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)   (Room 3)
12:30 Magnetic field in intergalactic space - Dr Martin Pohl (DESY)   (Room 3)
13:00 Identification of Dark Matter with the CRESST-III Experiment - Dr Xavier Defay   (Room 3)
11:00
Special session on QCD - Robert Pisarski (Brookhaven National Lab.) (until 13:30) (Room 1)
11:00 Hamiltonian approach to finite temperature QCD by compactification of a spatial dimension - Prof. Hugo Reinhardt (Tuebingen University)   (Room 1)
11:30 Relativistic Coupled-Channels Quark Model for Baryon Ground and Resonant States - Willibald Plessas (University of Graz)   (Room 1)
12:00 Exotic Baryons in Chiral Soliton Models - Prof. Herbert Weigel (Stellenbosch University)   (Room 1)
12:30 Exploring chiral symmetry restoration in heavy-ion collisions with fluctuation observables - Krzysztof Redlich (University of Wroclaw (PL))   (Room 1)
13:00 SU(2) Yang-Mills thermodynamics and Cosmology - Dr Ralf Hofmann (ITP, Uni Heidelberg)   (Room 1)
08:30
Plenary Session - Despina Hatzifotiadou (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT)) (until 10:30) (Room 1)
08:30 Highlights from LHCb - Diego Martinez Santos (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (ES))   (Room 1)
09:00 CMS Highlights - Saranya Samik Ghosh (Rheinisch Westfaelische Tech. Hoch. (DE))   (Room 1)
09:30 ATLAS Highlights - Xingguo Li (Shanghai Jiao Tong University (CN))   (Room 1)
10:00 ALICE Highlights - Francesco Noferini (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Room 1)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Main Conference Session - Francesco Noferini (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT)) (until 13:30) (Room 1)
11:00 Higgs physics at ATLAS - Diane Cinca (Technische Universitaet Dortmund (DE))   (Room 1)
11:30 Probing the Electroweak Sector and QCD with the ATLAS Detector - Yusheng Wu (University of Science and Technology of China (CN))   (Room 1)
12:00 Higgs (CMS) - Claudio Caputo (Universite Catholique de Louvain (UCL) (BE))   (Room 1)
12:30 Flavour Anomalies in Rare Decays at LHCb - Katharina Mueller (Universitaet Zuerich (CH))   (Room 1)
13:00 CP violation in B decays at LHCb - Katharina Mueller (Universitaet Zuerich (CH))   (Room 1)
11:00
Special session on Astro-Cosmo-Gravity -Prof. Jorge Alfaro (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile) (until 13:30) (Room 3)
11:00 Neutrino and beyond standard model physics with IceCube - Anna Pollmann (University of Wuppertal)   (Room 3)
11:30 LUX results and LZ sensitivity to dark matter WIMPs - Prof. Vitaly Kudryavtsev (University of Sheffield)   (Room 3)
12:30 ANTARES and KM3NeT: latest results of the neutrino telescopes in the Mediterranean - Matteo Sanguineti (INFN Genova - Università di Genova)   (Room 3)
11:00
Special session on QCD - Krzysztof Redlich (University of Wroclaw (PL)) (until 13:30) (Room 2)
11:00 The QCD Vacuum and the theta term - Thomas Cohen (University of Maryland)   (Room 2)
11:30 Chiralspin symmetry and its implications for QCD - Leonid Glozman   (Room 2)
12:00 Perturbative peculiarities of quantum fields at non-zero temperature - Dr Thierry Grandou (Institut de Physique de Nice, UMR-CNRS 7010)   (Room 2)
12:30 Probing the analytic structure of QCD propagators - Dr Peter Lowdon (SLAC)   (Room 2)
13:00 The Longitudinal Gluon Propagator in Lattice SU(2) Gluodynamics at the Criticality - Roman Rogalyov (NRC "Kurchatov Institute" - IHEP)   (Room 2)
08:30
Plenary Session - Viktor Matveev (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU)) (until 10:30) (Room 1)
08:30 Memories of Lev Lipatov, a scientist and a man - Prof. Victor Fadin (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics SB RAS and Novosibirsk State University)   (Room 1)
09:00 Nonlinear eigenvalue problems - Prof. Carl Bender (Washington University in St. Louis)   (Room 1)
09:30 On vacuum angle (in)dependence in the Higgs regime - Arkady Vainshtein (University of Minnesota)   (Room 1)
10:00 Towards understanding the origin of the micro states of large black holes - Prof. V.I. Zakharov   (Room 1)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Lev's Lipatov memorial session - Victor Fadin (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics) (until 13:30) (Room 1)
11:00 "In memory of a great artist", Trio by P.I. Tchaikovsky, Part II-A   (Room 1)
11:30 High-energy scattering in QCD and Yangian symmetry - Roland Kirschner (ITP, Univ. Leipzig)   (Room 1)
12:00 Kinematically Dependent Renormalization - Prof. Dmitry Kazakov (JINR)   (Room 1)
12:30 Gravity in the high energy limit - Prof. Agustin Sabio Vera (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (ES))   (Room 1)
13:00 Effects of non-zero chemical potential in the holographic QCD - Irina Aref'eva (Steklov mathematical Institute)   (Room 1)
11:00
Parallel Section A Particle Physics - Arkady Vainshtein (University of Minnesota) (until 13:30) (Room 2)
11:00 Music in Room 1   (Room 2)
11:30 Searches for electric dipole moments (EDM) - Overview of status and new experimental efforts - Florian Kuchler   (Room 2)
12:00 The current status of the Fermilab Muon g-2 Experiment - Dr Nandita Raha   (Room 2)
12:30 Status of the searches for magnetic monopoles - Laura Patrizii (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Room 2)
13:00 Hadronic resonance production measured by ALICE at the LHC - Prof. Maria Vasileiou (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens)   (Room 2)
11:00
Parallel Section B Heavy Ion - Vladimir Vechernin (St Petersburg State University (RU)) (until 13:30) (Room 3)
11:00 Music in Room 1   (Room 3)
11:30 Charm and Bottom Measurements as Precision Probes of QCD Medium at RHIC - Rachid Nouicer (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (Room 3)
12:00 Direct photon results from PHENIX at RHIC - Dr Yorito Yamaguchi (RIKEN)   (Room 3)
12:30 Upgrade of the NA61/SHINE facility beyond 2020 for an expanded physics programme - Dag Larsen (Jagiellonian University (PL))   (Room 3)
13:00 The Angular Power Spectrum of Heavy Ion Collisions - Meera Machado (University of Copenhagen)   (Room 3)
11:00
Physics Education and Outreach (until 13:30) (Room 5)
11:00 Outreach Masterclass - Despina Hatzifotiadou (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Room 5)
11:00
Special session on Astro-Cosmo-Gravity - Anna Pollmann (University of Wuppertal) (until 13:30) (Room 4)
11:00 Music in Room 1   (Room 4)
11:30 Results from the CUORE experiment - Alessio Caminata (INFN)   (Room 4)
12:00 Cosmological models arising from relativity with a privileged frame - Georgy Burde (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)   (Room 4)
12:30 Highlights from GERDA project - Dr Carla Maria Cattadori (INFN Milano Bicocca)   (Room 4)
13:00 The investigation on the dark sector at the PADME experiment - Dr Fabio Ferrarotto (INFN Sezione Roma 1)   (Room 4)
06:30 --- Excursion to Knossos and Archeological Museum of Heraklion ---
06:50 --- Excursion to Monasteries ---
10:30 --- Excursion to Falassarna beach ---
08:30
Plenary Session - Arkady Vainshtein (University of Minnesota) (until 10:30) (Room 1)
08:30 Composite Weak Bosons and Dark Matter - Harald Fritzsch (LMU Munich)   (Room 1)
09:00 Doubly-Charged Bileptons at the LHC - Paul Frampton (University of Salento)   (Room 1)
09:30 Gravitational wave observations: achievements and perspectives - Giovanni Losurdo (INFN - National Institute for Nuclear Physics)   (Room 1)
10:00 Inflation from supersymmetry breaking - Ignatios Antoniadis (CERN)   (Room 1)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Mini-workshop on Correlations and Fluctuations in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions (until 15:00) (Room 1)
11:00 Recent results on quarkonia in AA collisions from ALICE at the LHC - Dr Antoine Lardeux (University of Oslo (NO))   (Room 1)
11:30 PHENIX insights on the inner workings of the quark-gluon plasma - Julia Velkovska (Vanderbilt University (US))   (Room 1)
12:00 Highlights from the Heavy Ion Program of the STAR experiment at RHIC - Sonja Kabana (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (FR))   (Room 1)
12:30 Hadronization of QGP over timelike hypersurfaces and its extension to fusion reactions with nano-plasmonics - Prof. Laszlo Pal Csernai (University of Bergen)   (Room 1)
14:30 Influence of spatial and dynamical anisotropies on flow and femtoscopy radii in relativistic heavy-ion collisions at LHC. - Evgeny Zabrodin (University of Oslo (NO))   (Room 1)
11:00
Workshop on Frontiers in Gravitation, Astrophysics, and Cosmology (until 13:30) (Room 2)
11:30 A Unitary Black Hole Evaporation Model - Michael Good (Nazarbayev University)   (Room 2)
12:00 Statistical physics and thermodynamics of space and astrophysical plasmas - Dr George Livadiotis (Southwest Research Institute)   (Room 2)
13:00 Analogies between the black hole interior and the type II Weyl semimetals - Mikhail Zubkov (Ariel University, Israel and ITEP, Russia)   (Room 2)
11:00
Workshop on Heavy Neutral Leptons (until 13:30) (Room 4)
11:00 Searches for heavy neutral leptons at Intensity Frontier Experi- ments - Kyrylo Bondarenko   (Room 4)
11:30 Reionization and 21cm absorption in WDM and sterile neutrino DM cosmologies - Dmytro Iakubovskyi   (Room 4)
12:00 Status of the 3.5 keV line and Lyman-alpha forest - Alexey Boiarskyi (Leiden University (NL))   (Room 4)
12:30 Dark Matter sterile neutrino and scalar field - Prof. Dmitry Gorbunov (INR RAS)   (Room 4)
13:00 Supernova emission of sterile neutrino mixed with avors - Vsevolod Syvolap (University of Copenhagen)   (Room 4)
11:00
Workshop on New physics paradigms after Higgs and gravitational wave discoveries (until 13:15) (Room 3)
11:00 TBA - Nikos Tsamis   (Room 3)
11:45 Supersymmetry breaking - Jean-Pierre Derendinger (Universitaet Bern (CH))   (Room 3)
12:30 Perturbative moduli stabilisation in type IIB/F-theory framework - Yifan Chen (LPTHE, Paris)   (Room 3)
11:00
Workshop on Resurgent Asymptotics in Physics and Mathematics (until 13:30) (Room 5)
11:00 PT-symmetric quantum field theory - Prof. Carl Bender (Washington University in St. Louis)   (Room 5)
11:50 Resurgence: foundations, universality and applications - Prof. Ovidiu Costin (The Ohio State University)   (Room 5)
12:40 Instantons in the Hofstadter butterfly - Dr Yasuyuki Hatsuda (Rikkyo University)   (Room 5)
08:30
Plenary Session (until 10:30) (Room 1)
08:30 BEH at LHC from the start of data taking until precision measurements and HL-LHC - Louis Fayard (Lab. de l'Accelerateur Lineaire (IN2P3) (LAL)-Universite de Pari)   (Room 1)
09:00 Higgs Boson Alignment - Karim Benakli (CNRS)   (Room 1)
09:30 Quantum metrology frontiers with cold atoms - Onur Hosten (IST Austria)   (Room 1)
10:00 From quantum correlations to no-signaling and beyond - Prof. Pawel Horodecki (Gdansk University of Technology)   (Room 1)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Parallel Section B Heavy Ion (until 13:30) (Room 6)
11:00 Strange and multi-strange particle production in pp and Pb–Pb collisions with ALICE at the LHC - Peter Kalinak (Slovak Academy of Sciences (SK))   (Room 6)
11:30 Study of Transverse momentum distribution in the p-Pb collisions at LHC energies - Yasir Ali (COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (PK))   (Room 6)
12:00 Charged-particle multiplicity distributions in pp and p-Pb collisions with ALICE - Lais Ozelin De Lima Pimentel (University of Copenhagen (DK))   (Room 6)
12:30 Precision determination of $\alpha_s$ from lattice QCD - Dr Mattia Dalla Brida (Universita' di Milano-Bicocca)   (Room 6)
13:00 Measurements of open charm production and flow in Au+Au 200 GeV collisions with the STAR experiment at RHIC - Prof. Spyridon Margetis (Kent State University)   (Room 6)
11:00
Workshop on Frontiers in Gravitation, Astrophysics, and Cosmology (until 13:30) (Room 4)
11:00 Hamiltonian Reduction for Einstein's Equations without isometries - Prof. Jong Hyuk Yoon (Konkuk University)   (Room 4)
11:30 Quantum decoherence during inflation - Dr Vincent Vennin (APC Paris)   (Room 4)
12:00 Relativistic Gravitational Instability and the Weight of Heat - Dr Zacharias Roupas (University of the Aegean)   (Room 4)
12:30 Wormholes in generalized Galileon theories - Victoria Volkova (MSU)   (Room 4)
13:00 Physical justifications and possible astrophysical manifestations of the projective theory of relativity - Prof. Jacques L. Rubin (Université de Nice–Sophia Antipolis, Institut de Physique de Nice, Site Sophia Antipolis – UMR7010-UNS-CNRS)   (Room 4)
11:00
Workshop on New physics paradigms after Higgs and gravitational wave discoveries (until 13:15) (Room 3)
11:00 Lepton flavour and the matter-antimatter asymmetry of the Universe - Stephane Lavignac (IPhT Saclay)   (Room 3)
11:45 Supersymmetry breaking in heterotic strings and corrections to gauge couplings - Ioannis Florakis (CERN)   (Room 3)
12:25 Heterotic thresholds: universality and the decompactification problem - Carlo Angelantonj (University of Torino and INFN)   (Room 3)
11:00
Workshop on Physics at FAIR-NICA-SPS-BES/RHIC (until 13:30) (Room 1)
11:00 Strong interaction program of the NA61/SHINE experiment - recent results and plans - Pawel Piotr Staszel (Jagiellonian University (PL))   (Room 1)
11:30 Studies of baryonic matter at BM@N JINR - Pavel Batyuk (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))   (Room 1)
12:00 Simulation results on bulk properties and hydrodynamic behaviours of the high excited and dense nuclear matter in relativistic nuclear collisions at FAIR energies - Prof. Alexandru Jipa (University of Bucharest, Faculty of Physics)   (Room 1)
12:30 Prospects for heavy-ion physics with the MPD detector at NICA - Vadim Kolesnikov (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (RU))   (Room 1)
13:00 The PANDA experiment at FAIR - Myroslav Kavatsyuk   (Room 1)
11:00
Workshop on Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information (until 13:00) (Room 2)
11:00 Measurement of Nonlocal Observables and Its Applications - Dr Xiao-Ye Xu (University of Science and Technology of China)   (Room 2)
11:30 Novel measurement protocols: from Protective Measurements to Robust Weak Measurements - Fabrizio Piacentini (INRIM)   (Room 2)
12:00 Towards an ontological theory with weak values - Dr Aharon Brodutch (University of Toronto)   (Room 2)
12:30 Anomalous weak values without post-selection - Ralph Silva (ETHZ - ETH Zurich)   (Room 2)
11:00
Workshop on Resurgent Asymptotics in Physics and Mathematics (until 13:30) (Room 5)
11:00 Resurgence in String Theory - Prof. Ricardo Schiappa (University of Lisbon)   (Room 5)
11:50 Asymptotics of the rolling tachyon - Dr Martin Schnabl (CEICO, Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences)   (Room 5)
12:40 Analytic Transseries Summation for Painlevé I - Marcel Vonk   (Room 5)
08:30
Plenary Session - Vladimir Shevchenko (National Research Centre Kurchatov Institute (RU)) (until 10:30) (Room 1)
08:30 Vorticity, hydrodynamic helicity and polarization in baryon-rich matter - Prof. Alexander Sorin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)   (Room 1)
09:00 CPT Violation: from matter-antimatter asymmetry in the Early Universe to entangled quantum states - Nikos Mavromatos (University of London (GB))   (Room 1)
09:30 Flow and superpositions of quantum time: An old experiment and some new ideas - Prof. Marek Czachor (Gdansk University of Technology)   (Room 1)
10:00 Twisted quantum waves - Prof. Ebrahim Karimi (University of Ottawa)   (Room 1)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Main Conference Session - Albert De Roeck (CERN) (until 13:00) (Room 1)
11:00 The MoEDAL Experiment at the LHC - a Progress Report from the High Energy Frontier - Prof. James Pinfold (University of Alberta (CA))   (Room 1)
11:30 The Belle II Experiment: Status and Prospects - Paolo Branchini (Universita e INFN Roma Tre (IT))   (Room 1)
12:00 Hadron collider searches for new physics with boson pairs - Tommaso Dorigo (Universita e INFN, Padova (IT))   (Room 1)
12:30 Upgrades, future plans and prospects (CMS) - Colin Jessop (Notre Dame)   (Room 1)
11:00
Parallel Section C Quantum Physics (until 13:30) (Room 4)
11:00 A tighter steering criterion using the Robertson–Schrödinger uncertainty relation - Mr Souradeep Sasmal (Center for Astroparticle Physics and Space Science (CAPSS), Bose Institute, Kolkata-700091, India)   (Room 4)
11:30 Quantum measurements in finite space-time domain - Vladimir Shevchenko (National Research Centre Kurchatov Institute (RU))   (Room 4)
12:00 Spin transfer and entanglement in Compton scattering - Prof. Sven Ahrens (Shanghai Normal University)   (Room 4)
12:30 FPGA implementation of quantum cryptography algorithm - Ikram Jaouadi (ENIT - Tunisie)   (Room 4)
13:00 Quantum dynamics of charged fermions in the Wigner formulation of quantum mechanics - Prof. Vladimir Filinov (Joint Institute for High Temperatures of the Russian Academy of Sciences)   (Room 4)
11:00
Workshop on Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information (until 13:00) (Room 2)
11:00 Interaction Free Measurements in Electron Microscopy - Prof. Pieter Kruit (Delft University of Technology)   (Room 2)
11:30 Quantum experiments with a Transmission electron microscope - Prof. Vincenzo Grillo (CNR-Istituto Nanoscienze)   (Room 2)
12:00 Extremal quantum states - Prof. Sanchez-Soto Luis (Universidad Complutense and Max Planck Institute)   (Room 2)
12:30 Non-paraxial effects in the quantum scattering of wave packets - Dr Dmitry Karlovets (Tomsk State University)   (Room 2)
11:30
Mini-workshop on Highly Ionising Avatars of New Physics - Dragos-Victor Anghel (IFIN-HH) (until 13:30) (Room 3)
11:30 IceCube Searches for Magnetic Monopoles - Anna Pollmann (University of Wuppertal)   (Room 3)
12:00 The MoEDAL Experiment at the LHC - Status Report and Plans - James Pinfold (University of Alberta (CA))   (Room 3)
12:30 Signatures of magnetic monopoles - Prof. Vicente Vento (Univesity of Valencia)   (Room 3)
13:00 Long-lived particle searches at MoEDAL - Dr Kazuki Sakurai (University of Warsaw)   (Room 3)
08:30
Plenary Session (until 10:30) (Room 1)
08:30 Searches for magnetic monopoles: a review - Vasiliki Mitsou (Univ. of Valencia and CSIC (ES))   (Room 1)
09:00 Quantum Entanglement - New Theoretical Results and forthcoming Experiments - Dr Eliahu Cohen (University of Ottawa)   (Room 1)
09:30 Can a particle be where it never went? - some recent surprising predictions - Prof. Avshalom Elitzur (Iyar)   (Room 1)
10:00 Exploring the limits of no backward in time signalling - sandu popescu (u)   (Room 1)
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Main Conference Session (until 13:30) (Room 1)
11:00 Spontaneous mu-tau symmetry breaking in neutrino phenomenology - Zhi-zhong Xing (Chinese Academy of Sciences)   (Room 1)
11:30 Latest results from the T2K neutrino experiment - Dean Karlen (University of Victoria (CA))   (Room 1)
12:00 Highlight talk from Super-Kamiokande - Dr Yuuki Nakano (Kamioka Observatory)   (Room 1)
12:30 The ICARUS experiment - Dr Christian Farnese   (Room 1)
13:00 Observation of extremely high energy cosmic rays with the Telescope Array experiment - Masahiro TAKEDA (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo)   (Room 1)
11:00
Mini-workshop on Highly Ionising Avatars of New Physics (until 13:30) (Room 3)
11:00 Entanglement and the Infrared - Gordon Semenoff (University of British Columbia)   (Room 3)
11:30 Regularised Kalb-Ramond Magnetic Monopole with Finite Energy - Prof. Sarben Sarkar (King's College London)   (Room 3)
12:00 General Treatment of the Monopole Production Cross Sections by Drell-Yan and Photon Fusion for Three Spin Models - Ms Stephanie Baines (King's College London)   (Room 3)
12:30 Searches for Heavy Neutral Leptons at the LHC - Albert De Roeck (CERN)   (Room 3)
13:00 Searches for Highly-ionising Particles with ATLAS and CMS - Judita Mamuzic (IFIC Valencia)   (Room 3)
11:00
Parallel Section C Quantum Physics (until 13:30) (Room 4)
11:30 On Formalism and Interpretations - Ms Veronika Baumann (Università della Svizzera italiana)   (Room 4)
12:00 Using the Quantum Pigeonhole Paradox to Study Joint Measurements - Mr Noah Lupu-Gladstein (University of Toronto)   (Room 4)
12:30 An authentication protocol based on polygamous nature of quantum steering - Dr Debasis Mondal (Centre for Quantum Technologies)   (Room 4)
13:00 An explicit local statistical model of hidden variables for the Bell's polarization states - Dr David Oaknin (Rafael Advanced Defense Systems)   (Room 4)
11:00
Workshop on Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information (until 13:00) (Room 2)
11:00 Multiplicative Bell inequalities - Prof. Avishy Carmi (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)   (Room 2)
11:30 Stronger Uncertainty and Reverse Uncertainty Relations - Prof. Arun Pati (Harish-Chandra Research Institute)   (Room 2)
12:00 A fundamental problem in quantizing general relativity - Prof. Lorenzo Maccone (Universita’ di Pavia)   (Room 2)
12:30 A Different Angle on Quantum Uncertainty - Prof. Ivan Horvath (University of Kentucky)   (Room 2)
PM
13:30 --- Lunch ---
15:00
Lectures - Lawrence Gibbons (Cornell University (US)) (until 17:15) (Room 1)
15:00 Quantum entanglement and wave particle duality. - Prof. Thiago Guerreiro (PUC-Rio)   (Room 1)
16:30 Precision RENORM soft and hard diffraction predictions: A tool for deciphering cross-section measurement discrepancies - Konstantin Goulianos (The Rockefeller University)   (Room 1)
16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
19:00 Blessing in the OAC Chapel   ()
20:30 After dinner talk "History of Crete"   ()
13:30 --- Lunch ---
15:00
Mini Workshop on Instruments and Methods in HEP (until 15:30) (Room 2)
15:00 CMS Trigger Performances - Nadir Daci (CERN)   (Room 2)
15:00
Parallel Section A Particle Physics - Hugo Reinhardt (Universität Tübingen) (until 16:05) (Room 1)
15:00 Probing SUSY effects in K 0 S →μ + μ − - Miriam Lucio Martinez (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (ES))   (Room 1)
15:20 Search for K+ to pi+ nu nu + search for exotic particles at na62 - Francesco Gonnella (University of Birmingham (GB))   (Room 1)
15:45 Neutral Pion Radiative Decay Width Precision Measurement at Jefferson Lab - Prof. Ashot Gasparian (NC A&T State University)   (Room 1)
15:00
Parallel Section B Heavy Ion (until 16:00) (Room 4)
15:00 Charmed meson and baryon production with ALICE at the LHC - Andrea Alici (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Room 4)
15:30 Open charm measurements at CERN SPS energies with the new Vertex Detector of the NA61/SHINE experiment - status and plans - Anastasia Merzlaya (St Petersburg State University (RU), Jagiellonian University (PL))   (Room 4)
15:00
Special session on Astro-Cosmo-Gravity -Dr Martin Pohl (DESY) (until 16:00) (Room 3)
15:00 Two-loop calculations for a compressible turbulence: Renormalization group analysis of stochastic Navier-Stokes equation - Dr Nikolay Gulitskiy (Saint Petersburg State University)   (Room 3)
15:20 Causal evolution of probability measures - Tomasz Miller (Warsaw University of Technology)   (Room 3)
15:40 Mass gap, deconfinement and $\Lambda_{QCD}$ in non-perturbative quantization \`a la Heisenberg - Prof. Vladimir Dzhunushaliev (al-Farani KazNU)   (Room 3)
16:05 --- Coffee Break ---
16:30
Parallel Section A Particle Physics (until 17:00) (Room 1)
16:30 Cosmological Implications of Electroweak Monopole - Yongmin Cho   (Room 1)
17:00
Special session on QCD (until 17:35) (Room 1)
21:20 --- Welcome Concert ---
13:30 --- Lunch ---
15:00
Main Conference Session - Francesco Noferini (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT)) (until 15:30) (Room 1)
15:00 Search for narrow and broad dijet resonances at CMS - Robert Harris (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US))   (Room 1)
16:00 --- Excursion to Chania ---
13:30 --- Lunch ---
15:00
Lev's Lipatov memorial session - Roland Kirschner (ITP, Univ. Leipzig) (until 16:00) (Room 1)
15:00 High-Energy QCD Asymptotics at Collider Energies - Prof. Victor Kim (PNPI NRC KI, Gatchina & SPbPU, St.Petersburg)   (Room 1)
15:30 Unexpected properties of the discrete BFKL solution - Dr Henri Kowalski (DESY)   (Room 1)
15:00
Mini Workshop on Instruments and Methods in HEP - Dag Larsen (Jagiellonian University (PL)) (until 16:00) (Room 3)
15:00 A characterization system for the monitoring of ELI-NP gamma beam - Rita Borgheresi   (Room 3)
15:30 The LUCID-2 detector - Carla Sbarra (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Room 3)
15:00
Physics Education and Outreach - Despina Hatzifotiadou (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT)) (until 16:00) (Room 5)
15:00 The Extreme Energy Events Project : Science in the Schools - Despina Hatzifotiadou (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT))   (Room 5)
15:20 The HiSPARC Experiment - Kasper van Dam (Nikhef)   (Room 5)
15:40 Hellenic Lyceum Cosmic Observatories Network (HELYCON): a status report - Dr Antonios Leisos (Hellenic Open University)   (Room 5)
15:00
Special session on Astro-Cosmo-Gravity - Camilla Maggio (UAB) (until 16:00) (Room 4)
15:00 n + $^{7}$Be cross-sections of astrophysical interest at the CERN n_TOF facility - Dr Mario Mastromarco (European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) and University of Manchester (GB))   (Room 4)
15:30 Recent developments and results on double beta decays with crystal scintillators and HPGe spectrometry - Alessandro Di Marco (INFN - National Institute for Nuclear Physics)   (Room 4)
16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
16:30
Lev's Lipatov memorial session - Victor Kim (Petersburg Nuclear Physics Institute - PNPI NRC KI, Gatchina & SPbPU, St. Petersburg) (until 19:00) (Room 1)
16:30 Regge cuts in QCD amplitudes - Victor Fadin (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics)   (Room 1)
17:00 Subleading corrections to the BFKL equation: singlet versus color adjoint state. - Dr Alex Prygarin (Ariel University)   (Room 1)
17:30 Particle production at high energy: DGLAP, BFKL and beyond - Jamal Jalilian-Marian (Baruch College)   (Room 1)
18:00 Radiative corrections for a novel evaluation of the Hadronic Leading Order Contribution to the g-2 of the Muon - Luca Trentadue (Università di Parma & INFN, Milano-Bicocca (IT))   (Room 1)
16:30
Physics Education and Outreach - Despina Hatzifotiadou (Universita e INFN, Bologna (IT)) (until 18:30) (Room 5)
16:30 Sustaining interest and engagement in particle physics. How we do it at CERN - Ana Godinho (CERN)   (Room 5)
17:00 Outreach as a particle physics blogger in China - Zhi-zhong Xing (Chinese Academy of Sciences)   (Room 5)
17:30 Public Engagement with Particle Physics at the University of Birmingham, UK - Francesco Gonnella (University of Birmingham (GB))   (Room 5)
18:00 Cosmic Ray Extremely Distributed Observatory: status and perspectives - Dariusz Gora   (Room 5)
16:30
Special session on Astro-Cosmo-Gravity - David Blaschke (University of Wroclaw) (until 19:30) (Room 4)
16:30 First Result on the Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay of 82Se with CUPID-0 - Fabio Bellini (University of Rome)   (Room 4)
17:00 Neutrino emission from magnetized neutron star mergers: equation-of-state effects - Prof. Liliana Caballero (University of Guelph)   (Room 4)
17:30 Bayesian analysis for extracting properties of the nuclear equation of state from observational data - Alexander Ayriyan (JINR)   (Room 4)
18:00 Solar Neutrinos Spectroscopy with Borexino Phase-II - Lino Miramonti (Milano University & INFN)   (Room 4)
18:30 The role of the equation of state in compact star physics and phenomenology - Hovik Grigorian   (Room 4)
19:00 --- Guided tour to Gonia Monastery ---
13:30 --- Lunch ---
15:00
Mini-workshop on Correlations and Fluctuations in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions (until 16:00) (Room 1)
15:00 Multihadron production: universality, correlations and search for new physics - Edward Sarkisyan-Grinbaum (Texas University at Arlington / CERN)   (Room 1)
15:30 Multiparticle production in the Multi-Regge limit - Agustin Sabio Vera (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid (ES))   (Room 1)
15:00
Parallel Section A Particle Physics (until 16:00) (Room 3)
15:00 Single top quark production in CMS - Priyanka Priyanka (University of Delhi (IN))   (Room 3)
15:30 Total and differential cross sections for Higgs and top-quark production - Nikolaos Kidonakis (Kennesaw State University)   (Room 3)
15:00
Parallel Section D Cosmology, Astrophysics, Gravity, Mathematical Physics (until 16:00) (Room 4)
15:00 QUBIC: Exploring the primordial Universe with the Q&U Bolometric Interferometer - Prof. Aniello Mennella (University of Milan / INFN-Milan)   (Room 4)
15:30 First model independent results from DAMA/LIBRA–phase2 - Prof. Pierluigi Belli (INFN - Roma Tor Vergata)   (Room 4)
15:00
Workshop on Frontiers in Gravitation, Astrophysics, and Cosmology (until 16:00) (Room 2)
15:00 Supermassive black holes and dark halo from the Bose-condensed dark matter - masahiro morikawa   (Room 2)
15:30 Hamiltonian of the electromagnetic and gravitational fields on asymptotically null space-like surfaces - Claudio Bunster (Centro de Estudios Cientificos)   (Room 2)
15:00
Workshop on Resurgent Asymptotics in Physics and Mathematics (until 15:50) (Room 5)
15:00 Resurgence in Chern-Simons theory - Pavel Putrov (Institute for Advanced Study)   (Room 5)
16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
16:30
Mini-workshop on Correlations and Fluctuations in Relativistic Heavy Ion Collisions (until 16:55) (Room 1)
16:30 Strongly intensive observables in the model with string fusion - Vladimir Vechernin (St Petersburg State University (RU))   (Room 1)
16:30
Parallel Section A Particle Physics (until 17:30) (Room 5)
16:30 New results from the OPERA experiment in the CNGS neutrino beam - Alessandro Paoloni (INFN e Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati (IT))   (Room 5)
17:00 Electroweak standard model with very special relativity - Prof. Jorge Alfaro (Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile)   (Room 5)
16:30
Parallel Session (until 18:00) (Room 4)
17:00 Renormalisation of non-perturbative calculations in scalar theories - Margaret Carrington (Brandon University)   (Room 4)
17:30 Gauges in generalized Galileon theories - Sergey Mironov (INR)   (Room 4)
16:30
Workshop on Frontiers in Gravitation, Astrophysics, and Cosmology (until 18:20) (Room 2)
16:30 Massive Graviton Geons and Dark Matter - Prof. Kei-ichi Maeda (Waseda University)   (Room 2)
16:55 Primordial Intermediate-Mass Black Holes as Dark Matter - Paul Frampton (University of Salento)   (Room 2)
17:20 Wormhole and the Universe - Prof. Sung-Won Kim (Ewha Womans University)   (Room 2)
17:50 Search for neutrinos in Super-Kamiokande associated with gravitational wave events - Yuuki Nakano (Kamioka Observatory)   (Room 2)
16:55
Main Conference Session (until 18:25) (Room 1)
16:55 Non-Perturbative Superpotentials in Heterotic String Theory - Prof. Burt Ovrut (University of Pennsylvania)   (Room 1)
17:20 Towards a basic gauging of space orientation - the sole seed of local field interactions - Prof. Peter Minkowski (Universitaetr Bern)   (Room 1)
17:50 Search for Dark Matter at the LHC with the ATLAS and CMS Detectors - Nicolo' Trevisani (Universidad de Cantabria (ES))   (Room 1)
18:30
Lectures (until 19:30) (Room 1)
18:30 Subtle Quantum Measurements Straining Ordinary Causality - Prof. Avshalom Elitzur (Iyar)   (Room 1)
19:30
Parallel Session (until 20:30) (Room 3)
19:30 Quantum no-scale regimes in string theory - Herve Elie Partouche (Université Paris-Saclay (FR))   (Room 3)
19:30
Poster Session (until 20:30) ()
20:30 --- Best Poster Award Ceremony ---
21:30 --- Classical Music ---
13:30 --- Lunch ---
14:30
Parallel Session (until 16:00) (Room 3)
14:30 Stochastic Inflation and Primordial Black Holes - Dr Vincent Vennin (APC Paris)   (Room 3)
14:30
Workshop on Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information (until 16:00) (Room 2)
14:30 Revealing Quantum Statistics with a Pair of Distant Atoms - Dr Andrea Alberti (Institut für Angewandte Physik)   (Room 2)
15:00 Geometric Phase with Decoherence - Prof. Yutaka Shikano (Keio University)   (Room 2)
15:30 Superadiabatic stimulated Raman passage via synthetic Aharonov-Bohm phases - Dr Gheorghe Sorin Paraoanu (Aalto Univeristy)   (Room 2)
15:00
Parallel Section C Quantum Physics (until 16:00) (Room 5)
15:00 The influence of spacetime curvature on spontaneous emission in optical analogues to gravity - Maxime Jacquet (University of St Andrews)   (Room 5)
15:00
Parallel Session (until 16:00) (Room 6)
15:30 One-loop correction to the photon velocity in Lorentz-violating QED - Dr Petr Satunin (Institute for Nuclear Research of RAS)   (Room 6)
15:00
Workshop on Frontiers in Gravitation, Astrophysics, and Cosmology (until 16:00) (Room 4)
15:20 No-Go theorems for ekpyrosis from ten-dimensional supergravity - Kunihito Uzawa (Kwansei Gakuin University)   (Room 4)
15:40 A Holographic Approach To Gravitational Thermodynamics - Mr Fil Simovic (Perimeter Institute, University of Waterloo)   (Room 4)
15:00
Workshop on Physics at FAIR-NICA-SPS-BES/RHIC (until 16:00) (Room 1)
15:00 Chemical Freeze-out Parameters Found by Hadron Resonance Gas Model with Induced Surface Tension - Kyrill Bugaev (Bogolyubov Institute for Theoretical Physics, Kiev, Ukraine)   (Room 1)
15:30 Flow and Freeze out in Microscopic Models in relativistic A+A collisions - Larisa Bravina (University of Oslo (NO))   (Room 1)
16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
16:15
Workshop on Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information (until 17:45) (Room 2)
16:15 Consequences of time averaging of weak values - Prof. Eli Pollak (Weizmann Institute of Science)   (Room 2)
16:45 Weak values and weak measurement in elementary scattering and reflectivity – a new effect - C Aris Dreismann (TU Berlin)   (Room 2)
17:15 Deriving classical and quantum mechanics in parallel - Dr Daniel Rohrlich (Ben-Gurion University of the Negev)   (Room 2)
16:30
Main Conference Session (until 17:30) (Room 1)
16:30 Self-anisotropizing inflationary universe in Horndeski theory and beyond - Junichi Yokoyama (RESCEU, The University of Tokyo)   (Room 1)
16:50 Flavour Mixing, Neutrino Oscillations and Neutrino Masses - Harald Fritzsch (LMU Munich)   (Room 1)
16:30
Parallel Section B Heavy Ion (until 17:30) (Room 3)
16:30 Electromagnetic effects at CERN SPS: from nuclear physics of the spectator system to the space-time evolution of the quark gluon plasma. - Dr Nikolaos Davis (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences (PL))   (Room 3)
17:00 Quark number susceptibilities and equation of state in QCD at finite baryon chemical potential - Dr Saumen Datta (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)   (Room 3)
16:30
Parallel Session (until 17:00) (Room 6)
16:30 On photon splitting in Lorentz-violating QED - Konstantin Astapov   (Room 6)
16:30
Workshop on Future of Fundamental Physics (until 17:30) (Room 5)
16:30 Probes for Fundamental Symmetries and Dark Gauge Bosons via η Decays - Prof. Liping Gan (Univerisity of North Carolina Wilmington)   (Room 5)
17:00 New Physics emergence in Ultra-high energy cosmic rays events - Dmitriy Beznosko (Nazarbayev University)   (Room 5)
17:45
Lectures (until 18:45) (Room 1)
17:45 Weak Reality in the Quantum Domain - Prof. Yakir Aharonov (Tel-Aviv University/Chapman University)   (Room 1)
19:00 The Status of our Understanding of Neutrinos and Future Prospects - Albert De Roeck (CERN)   (Room 1)
21:30 --- Opera Gala ---
13:30 --- Lunch ---
14:30
Workshop on Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information (until 16:00) (Room 2)
14:30 How to Directly Observe Quantum Discord - Prof. Yuval Gefen (The Weizmann Institute of Science)   (Room 2)
15:00 Thermodynamics of weakly measured quantum systems - Alessandro Romito   (Room 2)
15:30 Anyonic statistics hidden due to ``which path’’ detection by upstream neutral modes in quantum Hall interferometers - Dr Moshe Goldstein (Raymond and Beverly Sackler School of Physics and Astronomy, Tel-Aviv University, Tel Aviv 6997801, Israel )   (Room 2)
15:00
Mini-workshop on Highly Ionising Avatars of New Physics - Dragos-Victor Anghel (IFIN-HH) (until 15:30) (Room 3)
15:00 Searching for magnetic monopoles with Solid State Breakdown Counters: from LHC to Space - Dr Igor Ostrovskiy (University of Alabama)   (Room 3)
15:00
Parallel Section C Quantum Physics (until 16:00) (Room 4)
15:20 Evidence of large-scale quantization constant in plasmas - George Livadiotis (Southwest Research Institute)   (Room 4)
15:40 Table-top high-energy quantum physics - Prof. Thiago Guerreiro (PUC-Rio)   (Room 4)
15:00
Workshop on Future of Fundamental Physics - Tommaso Dorigo (Universita e INFN, Padova (IT)) (until 16:00) (Room 1)
15:00 Overview and first results of the advanced acceleration experiment AWAKE at CERN - Falk Hans Braunmueller (Max-Planck-Institut fur Physik (DE))   (Room 1)
15:30 The quest for $\mu \to e \gamma$ and its experimental limiting factors at future high intensity muon beams - Francesco Renga   (Room 1)
16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
16:30
Parallel Section C Quantum Physics (until 18:30) (Room 3)
16:30 Gravitational deflection of X-ray superradiance - Prof. Sven Ahrens (Shanghai Normal University)   (Room 3)
16:30
Parallel Section C Quantum Physics (until 17:30) (Room 4)
16:30 Relativistic electron vortices beyond the paraxial approximation - Dr Dmitry Karlovets (Tomsk State University)   (Room 4)
17:00 Identification of malfunctioning quantum devices - Dr Michalis Skotiniotis (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)   (Room 4)
16:30
Workshop on Future of Fundamental Physics - Victor Fadin (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics) (until 18:00) (Room 1)
16:30 Experiment on study of dimuonium properties in Novosibirsk - Vladimir Druzhinin (BINP, Novosibirsk)   (Room 1)
17:00 ATLAS and CMS prospects for Higgs measurements and searches at the High Luminosity LHC - Dr Vagelis Gkougkousis (Institut de Fisica d'Altes Energies (IFAE))   (Room 1)
17:30 The SHiP experiment at CERN - Dr Walter Marcello Bonivento (INFN Cagliari)   (Room 1)
16:30
Workshop on Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information (until 18:30) (Room 2)
16:30 Quantum mechanics as a theory of cause and effect: why there is no reality without a corresponding action - Prof. Holger F. Hofmann (Hiroshima University)   (Room 2)
17:00 Dynamical interaction at the least decoherence, from local measurement and classical communication - Prof. Lajos Diosi (Wigner Research Centre for Physics)   (Room 2)
17:30 Nonlinear interactions in relativistic and quantum physics - David Edward Bruschi (University of York)   (Room 2)
18:00 Scalar field theory regularization scheme using weak values - Prof. Alonso Botero (Universidad de los Andes)   (Room 2)
18:30 --- Round Table on Future of Fundamental Physics ---
20:00 --- Conference Dinner ---
13:30 --- Lunch ---
14:30
Workshop on Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information (until 16:00) (Room 2)
14:30 Experimental Tests of Supradegeneracy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics - Dr Daniel Sheehan (University of San Diego)   (Room 2)
15:00 Complexity in quantum field theory and gravity - Prof. Keun-Young Kim (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology)   (Room 2)
15:30 Quantification and unification of quantum macroscopicity, coherence, and nonclassicality. - Prof. Hyunseok Jeong (Seoul National University)   (Room 2)
15:00
Main Conference Session (until 16:00) (Room 1)
15:00 The Pierre Auger Observatory: review of latest results and perspectives - Dariusz Gora   (Room 1)
15:30 Searches for Long Lived Particles: Status and new ideas - Albert De Roeck (CERN)   (Room 1)
15:00
Mini-workshop on Highly Ionising Avatars of New Physics (until 16:00) (Room 3)
15:00 Photon fusion production mechanism of magentic monopoles: a study with MadGraph - Arka Santra (Univ. of Valencia and CSIC (ES))   (Room 3)
15:30 About use of Timepix3 pixel detectors for real time tracking and recognition of highly ionizing particles and a possible investigation of their behavior in semiconductor sensors. - Dr Stanislav Pospisil (IEAP CTU in Prague)   (Room 3)
15:00
Parallel Section C Quantum Physics (until 15:30) (Room 4)
15:00 CaloCube: a new approach to calorimetry in space based experiments for high-energy cosmic rays. - Dr Gabriele Bigongiari (INFN-Pisa)   (Room 4)
16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
16:00
Main Conference Session (until 18:00) (Room 1)
16:30 Dark Matter and Baryon asymmeptry production during inflation - Prof. Dmitry Gorbunov (INR RAS)   (Room 1)
17:00 “Supersymmetric Features of Hadron Physics and other Novel Properties of Quantum Chromodynamics from Light-Front holography and Superconformal Algebra” - Prof. Stanley J. Brodsky (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, Stanford University)   (Room 1)
17:30 Closing of the conference   (Room 1)
16:30
Workshop on Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information (until 18:00) (Room 2)
16:30 Work drives time evolution - Dr David Edward Bruschi (University of Vienna)   (Room 2)
17:00 TBA - Dr Cai Waegell (Chapman University)   (Room 2)
17:30 Topological entanglement and knots - Sergey Mironov (INR)   (Room 2)
16:30
Workshop on Quantum Foundations and Quantum Information (until 18:00) (Room 4)
17:00 Is there physics underling the relativistic quantum mechanics? - Dr Mohammed Sanduk (University of Surrey)   (Room 4)
17:30 Heisenberg-limited measurement of single photon Kerr nonlinearity - Dr Geng Chen   (Room 4)
18:00 --- Projection of IceCube press conference ---
19:00 --- Cultural event ---
21:30 --- Concert "Sacred Music" ---