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Heavy Quarks through the Looking Glass

Europe/Zurich
D-114 (University of Siegen, ENC)

D-114

University of Siegen, ENC

Emmy-Noether Campus (ENC), Walter-Flex-Strasse 3
Alexander Khodjamirian (University of Siegen), Arzu Ergüzel (Universität Siegen), Keri Vos (Siegen University), Thorsten Feldmann (University Siegen)
Description

Scientific workshop on the physics of Heavy Quarks on the occasion of Thomas Mannel's 60th birthday

Registration
Registration
Participants
  • Ahmed Ali
  • Alexander Khodjamirian
  • Alexander Lenz
  • Alexei Pivovarov
  • Alexey Petrov
  • Andrzej Buras
  • Bahman Dehnadi
  • Bastian Kubis
  • Benjamin Grinstein
  • Bernhard Spaan
  • Björn O. Lange
  • Blazenka Melic
  • Bostjan Golob
  • Christian Bauer
  • Claus Grupen
  • Danny van Dyk
  • Dieter Zeppenfeld
  • Florian Bernlochner
  • Frank Tackmann
  • Fritz W. Bopp
  • Fu-Sheng Yu
  • Gerhard Buchalla
  • Gil Paz
  • Guido Bell
  • Hans Dahmen
  • Heike Boos
  • Hugo Prager
  • Ikaros Bigi
  • Javier Virto
  • Jochen Dingfelder
  • Johann Kuehn
  • Johannes Albrecht
  • Jürgen Reuter
  • Keri Vos
  • Martin Jung
  • Marzia Bordone
  • Matteo Fael
  • Matthias Steinhauser
  • Michael Krämer
  • Mikolaj Misiak
  • Milada Margarete Mühlleitner
  • Oscar Cata
  • Paolo Gambino
  • Philipp Böer
  • Qin Qin
  • Robert Harlander
  • Siggi Bethke
  • Simon Braß
  • Soeren Andre Prell
  • Stefan Dittmaier
  • Stephanie Hansmann-Menzemer
  • Susanne Westhoff
  • Sven Faller
  • Svjetlana Fajfer
  • Thorsten Ohl
  • Tilman Plehn
  • Tobias Huber
  • Tobias Mohrmann
  • Ulrich Nierste
  • Ulrich Uwer
  • Wolfgang Kilian
  • Yuming Wang
  • Thursday, 4 October
    • 09:30 10:40
      Coffee/Tea and Registration 1h 10m
    • 10:40 10:50
      Welcome
      • 10:40
        Heavy Quarks through the Looking Glass - General Information 5m
        Speakers: Keri Vos (Siegen University), Thorsten Feldmann (University Siegen)
    • 10:50 13:00
      Part I
      • 10:50
        The 1/mQ Expansion in QCD: Introduction and Overview 30m
        Speaker: Alexander Lenz (IPPP, Durham)
      • 11:20
        Effective field theories to all orders 30m
        Speaker: Gil Paz (Wayne State University)
      • 11:50
        The (endless) chase for Vcb 30m
        Speaker: paolo gambino (università di torino)
      • 12:20
        Beauty is back: Belle II status and how we (hopefully) will find new physics 30m
        Speaker: Florian Bernlochner (KIT Karlsruhe)
    • 13:00 14:00
      Lunch 1h
    • 14:00 16:20
      Part II
      • 14:00
        Flavour anomalies 30m
        Speaker: S Fajfer (Univ. of Ljubljana and Inst. J. Stefan)
      • 14:35
        Ɛ'/ Ɛ : 2018 30m
        Speaker: Andrzej Buras (Munich)
      • 15:10
        SIMBA 30m
        Speaker: Frank Tackmann (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DE))
      • 15:45
        Parton distribution functions at very high energies 30m
        Speaker: Christian Bauer (University of California Berkeley (US))
    • 16:20 17:00
      Coffee/Tea 40m
    • 17:00 18:15
      Festive Colloquim
      • 17:00
        Festive Colloquim Introduction 15m
      • 17:15
        The Neutron Decay Anomaly: how it may be a window to new physics 1h

        In this talk I will first review a long-standing discrepancy between the neutron lifetime as measured in beam and in bottle experiments. If this discrepancy is not due to a systematic error, it may be due to novel mechanisms for neutron transmutation into new, as yet unknown elementary particles. These particles would be electrically neutral, or so-called "dark". We will explain several scenarios for the possibility of neutron transmutation into dark particles. For example, in one interesting scenario the products of the neutron transmutation include a monochromatic photon with energy in the range 0.782 MeV -- 1.664 MeV and this is predicted to occur in 1% of all neutron decays. We will also describe ongoing experiments looking directly to establish or rule out the "dark decay" hypothesis.

        Speaker: Benjamin Grinstein (Univ. of California San Diego (US))
    • 19:00 22:00
      Dinner 3h

      The conference dinner takes place at Brasserie, Untere Schloss 1 in Siegen. We welcome you from 19.00 with a toast.

  • Friday, 5 October
    • 09:00 10:30
      Part III
      • 09:00
        Tau polarimetry in B decays 30m
        Speaker: Susanne Westhoff (Heidelberg University)
      • 09:30
        Operator product expansions in the gradient-flow formalism 30m
        Speaker: Robert Harlander (Rheinisch Westfaelische Tech. Hoch. (DE))
      • 10:00
        CP violation in Charm 30m
        Speaker: Ulrich Nierste (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee 30m
    • 11:00 13:00
      Part IV
      • 11:00
        LHCb: Precision beauty physics and the emergence of flavour anomalies 30m
        Speaker: Johannes Albrecht (Technische Universitaet Dortmund (DE))
      • 11:30
        The Pursuit of Beautyness 30m
        Speaker: Javier Virto (Massachussets Institute of Technology)
      • 12:00
        News on $B \to X_s \gamma$ and $B \to X_s \ell^+ \ell^-$ 30m
        Speaker: Mikolaj Misiak (Warsaw University of Technology (PL))
      • 12:30
        Flavour gives variety to life 30m
        Speaker: Claus Grupen (Siegen University)
    • 13:00 14:00
      Lunch 1h
    • 14:00 16:00
      Part V
      • 14:00
        From low to high energies (or: from Bonn to Siegen) -- the pion transition form factor and the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon 30m
        Speaker: Bastian Kubis (Bonn University)
      • 14:30
        New Physics in semileptonic $b\to c$ transitions 30m
        Speaker: Martin Jung (TUM IAS / Excellence Cluster Universe)
      • 15:00
        Flavor Violation in quarks and leptons 30m
        Speaker: Alexey Petrov (Wayne State University)
      • 15:30
        Closing Remarks 15m