FISICPAC-2018 - University of Sharjah (UoS) - Sharjah - UAE

Asia/Dubai
Sharjah

Sharjah

University of Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
Description

The First Sharjah International Conference on Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology (FISICPAC) will be held at the University of Sharjah (UoS), Sharjah, United Arab Emirates from November 11 to 13, 2018.

The conference is organized within the framework of the ongoing UoS-CERN-ICTP research collaborations. Its program addresses the interests of theorists, phenomenologists and experimentalists working within the realms of Particle Physics, Astrophysics and Cosmology.

The scientific program of the conference will include presentation of research findings by the participants via oral and poster sessions, in addition to series of overviews and plenary talks given by pioneering physicists, followed by an international training program for science and engineering students, organized by the Physics Without Frontiers ICTP program. The training will provide the participating students for the first time an intensive introduction to the related physics and detectors engineering design at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and its experiments.

The preliminary Scientific program is now available.

Furthermore, the conference will provide a platform for the exchange of new ideas and experiences, to promote and establish a collaborative framework of researchers and academic partners along the research fields available at the University of Sharjah.

Topics discussed at the conference will cover the following research areas:

  • Particle Physics and its future.
  • Higgs Physics.
  • Direct and indirect Dark Matter Searches.
  • Cosmology.
  • String theory.
  • Dark Energy in the Universe.
  • Neutrino Physics.
  • Astronomy and measurements.
  • Astrophysics and Space Sciences.
  • Particle Detectors and Instrumentation.
  • Special topics in Applied Physics.

Plenary Speakers:

- Prof. Fernando Quevedo  (ICTP Director, Trieste, Italy)
- Prof. Karl Jakobs (ATLAS spokesperson,  University of Freiburg, Germany)
- Prof. John Ellis  (King’s College, London UK)
- Prof. Martin A. Barstow (Leicester University, UK)
- Prof. Patrick Fassnacht (ATLAS and CERN, Geneva, Switzerland)
- Prof. Bobby Acharya (ICTP and King’s College, London UK)
- Prof. Salah Nasri  (United Arab Emirates University, UAEU, UAE)
- Prof. Andreas Eckart  (Physikalisches Institut, Universität zu Köln, Köln, Germany)
- Prof. Albert De Roeck (CERN, Geneva, Switzerland)
- Dr. Kate Shaw  (Master Classes on Particle Physics, ICTP and CERN)

Participants
  • Aamir Shahzad
  • Aaron Dutton
  • Abbas Karimi
  • Abdallah Al-Hajar
  • Abdelaziz Soufyane
  • Abdul Raheem Al Zubaidy
  • Abdul Salih Puthan Purayil
  • Abdulla Abdulsalam
  • Abdur Rehman Jami
  • Adil Jueid
  • Adnan Naser
  • Afra Aldhahri
  • Ahlam Al Qasim
  • Ahmad A. Abushattal
  • Ahmad Hasan
  • Ahmed Elyousfy
  • Ahmed Hassan Almushtaghil
  • Aisha Al Mannaei
  • Aisha Al Yazeedi
  • Aisha Alali
  • Alam Saj
  • Albert De Roeck
  • Ali Frahan Nader
  • Ali Jaballah
  • Alima Boubakir
  • Alireza Mohammaditabar
  • Amal -
  • Aman Abdulsamad
  • Amine Ahriche
  • Amira Al-Jabri
  • Amirnezam Amiri
  • Ammar Ibrahim
  • Amr Radi
  • Amro Imam
  • Andrea V. Macciò
  • Andreas Eckart
  • Andrei Starodoumov
  • Antonios Manousakis
  • Arif Shaikh
  • Asa'd Mustafa As'ad
  • Attaelmanan Gaffar
  • Balaram Regmi
  • Basel Almalki
  • Bashir Suleiman
  • Bassam Rashed Khader
  • Bassma Abdulhadi Krimi
  • Bento Joseph
  • Bhalamurugan Bhalamurugan
  • Bobby Acharya
  • Bouayed Noureddine
  • Boussahel Mounir
  • Chaimae Baroudi
  • Dalel Aberkane
  • Daniel Bramich
  • David Russell
  • Debabi Mourad
  • Ed Berger
  • Elsiddig Ahmed Elmustafa El Sheikh
  • Essma Redouane Salah
  • Fahad Alabdullah
  • Faisal Althani
  • Farida Fassi
  • Farida Tahir
  • Farideh Sadat Tabatabaei Mazraeh No
  • Farook Rahaman
  • Fatima Benrachi
  • Fatima Sajwani
  • Fazale Aleem
  • Fernando Quevedo
  • Francesco Arneodo
  • Gehad Sadiek
  • Habib Aissaoui
  • Hadeel Talal Mohamad Kanaan
  • Hafsa Khurshid
  • Hala Alatshan
  • Hamdan C H
  • Hamdan Hamdan
  • Hamed Pakdaman
  • Hamid M.K. Al Naimiy
  • Hao Zhang
  • Harinder Singh Bawa
  • Hend Al Noori
  • Hicham Ghassan El-Mir
  • Hichem Guergouri
  • Hoda Elgendy
  • Hussain Alawadhi
  • Hussein M. Elmehdi
  • Ibrahim -
  • Ilias Fernini
  • Imran Muhammad
  • Imtiaz Khan
  • Issam A. Qattan
  • Jamal Mimouni
  • John Ellis
  • Joseph Gelfand
  • Jun Gao
  • Junaid Saif Khan
  • Kais Daoudi
  • Karl Jackobs
  • Kate Shaw
  • Keri Dixon
  • Khadija Alhusani
  • Khawla Alaa
  • Khemraj Bhatta
  • Khoulud Khalil Abushaar
  • Kulthoum Abbas
  • Linda Ghegal
  • Lotfi Benabderrahmane
  • Maamer Bettayeb
  • Madjid Merabti
  • Maha Alrais
  • Mahmoud Korek
  • Mahra Alshehhi
  • Maitha Ahmed Al Shamsi
  • Mallory Roberts
  • Manal Aldail
  • Marah Alqedra
  • Mariam Sameh
  • Marina Cobal
  • Martin A. Barstow
  • Marvin Blank
  • Marwa Al Ali
  • Maryam Alhosani
  • Maryam Montasir
  • Maryam Soleymaninia
  • Mashhoor Ahmad Salameh Al-Wardat
  • Matthias Kasemann
  • Md Nasir Uddin
  • Meriem Djouala
  • Mesk -
  • Michaela Mlynarikova
  • Michal Zajaček
  • Mohamad Hassan Alawadhi
  • Mohamed Chabab
  • Mohamed Mansour
  • Mohammad Ayaz Ahmad
  • Mohammad K. Mardini
  • Mohammad Talafha
  • Mohammad Yousif Hussein Mustafa
  • Mohammed Azeem
  • Mona Al Ali
  • Monsur Rahaman
  • Mounir Gaidi
  • Moza Almughanni
  • Muhammad Ahmad
  • Muhammad Ali Shahbaz
  • Muhammad Aqib
  • Muhammed Mubasshir
  • Myrzakulov Nurgissa
  • Nawal Hasiba
  • Nawal Nayfeh
  • Nayla El-Kork
  • Nicola Amapane
  • Nikolaos Georgakarakos
  • Noora Alameri
  • Noureddine Mebarki
  • Olafiku Muniru Ajibola
  • Oleg Olendski
  • Omar Adwan
  • Osamu Jinnouchi
  • Parul Srivastava
  • Patrick Fassnacht
  • Payaswini Saikia
  • Prabesh Bista
  • Prabhat Ranjan Pujahari
  • Praveen Kumar
  • Rachid Mazini
  • Rachik Soualah
  • Raisul Hasan
  • Ram Yasin
  • Randa Asad
  • Raya Atour
  • Raza M Syed
  • Ruqaia Alameri
  • Saeed Tavasoli
  • Safa Naseem
  • Safiqul Islam
  • Said Sakhi
  • Saja Ibrahim Abdulhadi
  • Salah Nasri
  • Salah Taher
  • Salwa Shaglel
  • Sameera Ahmed
  • Samer Hakawati
  • Samuel Bein
  • Sanaa Saifaleslam Mahmoud Algawish
  • Sandeep Kaur Gill
  • Sanoor Manath
  • Sayyed Mohammad Mahdi Musavi
  • Sedairia Farid
  • Seyed Peyman Zakeri
  • Shaikha Elbedwawi
  • Shakeb Ahmad
  • Shakeel Ahmad
  • Shamma Saqer
  • Shamona Fawad Qazi
  • Shantanu Jain
  • Srijana Neupane
  • Suman Kandel
  • Sumoun Gabriel Adeolu
  • Taghrid Abdallah
  • Tahani Alsarayreh
  • Tapas K. Das
  • Tarifa AlKaabi
  • Tefla Tulefaf
  • Theraa Tork
  • Thuraya Al Ban
  • Trevor Vickey
  • Wafaa Falah Faisal
  • Walid Azzam
  • Waqas Ahmed
  • Yassir Abdu
  • Youcef Sabri
  • Younes Aitladi
  • Yumna Adel
  • Zafar Wazir
  • Zafrul Hasan
  • Zainab Sedaghat Manesh
  • Zety Sharizat Binti Hamidi
  • Zouina Belghobsi
  • Abdul Ridha. H. Subber
  • Nadjet Laouet
  • Safwan Rabie
Contact and Support
    • 8:00 AM
      Registration M24 - Medical College (University of Sharjah)

      M24 - Medical College

      University of Sharjah

    • 10:00 AM
      Welcome and Introductory Speeches M24 - Medical Colleges (University of Sharjah)

      M24 - Medical Colleges

      University of Sharjah

    • Plenary: 1 M24- Medical Colleges (University of Sharjah)

      M24- Medical Colleges

      University of Sharjah

      University of Sharjah
      Convener: Prof. Gaffar Attaelmanan (University of Sharjah)
      • 1
        The International Center for Theoretical Physics (ICTP), Italy
        Speaker: Prof. Fernando Quevedo (ICTP)
      • 2
        CERN: past, present and future

        Quick overview of CERN. Founded in 1954 CERN is today the largest international center for High Energy Physics in the world. The talk will cover various aspects, from history to the future of the organization. CERN has three pillars: fundamental research, technology and education. The talk will go through all of them. Based on recent scientific successes, CERN is building its future. The options for the next few decades will be presented.

        Speaker: Prof. Patrick Fassnacht (CERN, Geneva, Switzerland)
    • 10:45 AM
      Conference Photo ---- Coffee Break - Awards to Sponsors and excellent students
    • Plenary: 2 M3 - Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 3
        Particle Physics: Past, Present and Future

        In this talk I will review the current status and prospects of particle physics. In particular, I will discuss the Standard Model and the motivation for the Higgs boson, review its discovery, and then discuss theoretical and experimental attempts to understand its nature. I will also discuss reasons to expect new physics beyond the Standard Model, including in particular the nature of dark matter. Finally I mention ideas for possible future colliders.

        Speaker: Prof. John Ellis (King’s College, London, UK)
    • 12:15 PM
      Lunch at Students Center
    • Plenary: 3 M3 - Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 4
        Physics with the ATLAS Detector at the LHC M3 - Al-Masudi

        M3 - Al-Masudi

        University of Sharjah

        With the announcement of the discovery of the Higgs boson in July 2012 by the two general purpose experiments ATLAS and CMS at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, particle physics has entered a new era.
        Until today the experiments have collected large data sets at centre-of-mass energies of 7 and 8 TeV (Run 1, 2010-2012) and at 13 TeV (Run 2, since 2015). These data allow for
        precise measurements of the properties of the discovered Higgs boson as well as for precise measurements of Standard Model processes and parameters. In parallel the large data set has been explored to search for physics beyond the Standard Model.
        In the present talk an overview on the most important physics results at the LHC is given. In addition, future prospects of the experimental programme at the High-Luminosity LHC (HLLHC) are presented, together with the planned upgrade programme of the ATLAS detector to cope with the largely increased luminosity and data rate at the HL-LHC.

        Speaker: Prof. Karl Jakobs (University of Freiburg /Germany)
    • Parallel Session M3 - 005 (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - 005

      University of Sharjah

      • 5
        A universe of simulted galaxies
        Speaker: Andrea V. Macciò (NYUAD, UAE)
      • 6
        Hot spots analysis of a sample of 98 fanaroff-riley ii radio sources
        Speaker: Ilias Fernini (University of Sharjah, UAE)
      • 7
        How black holes shape galaxies
        Speaker: Marvin Blank (NYUAD, UAE)
    • Parallel Session M3 - Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 8
        BSM Higgs searches at ATLAS and CMS
        Speaker: Trevor Vickey (University of Sheffield, UK)
      • 9
        Top quark measurements with ATLAS/CMS
        Speaker: Kate Shaw (University of Sussex, UK)
      • 10
        Higgs boson decays to fermions
        Speaker: Michaela Mlynarikova (Charles University, Prague)
    • 3:00 PM
      Coffee Break
    • Parallel Session M3 - 004 (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - 004

      University of Sharjah

      • 11
        Tricritical behavior in a Chern-Simons gauge field theory
        Speaker: Said Sakhi (Tricritical behavior in a Chern-Simons gauge field theory)
      • 12
        Thermal Conductivity of Complex Plasmas using Homogenous Nonequilibrium Molecular Dynamics Simulations
        Speaker: Aamir Shahzad (Government College University Faisalabad, Pakistan)
      • 13
        The determination of equilibrium factor of radon and thoron using LR-115 type II detector in a selected area from Basra Governorate, Iraq
        Speaker: Ali Frahan Nader (University of Basra, Iraq)
    • Parallel Session M3 - Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 14
        Dynamical study of viscous modified Chaplygin gas and confrontation with recent observational data
        Speaker: Noureddine Mebarki (Mentouri University, Algeria)
      • 15
        SM: electroweak physics: W, Z, Diboson production (WZ, ZZ, WW) etc.
        Speaker: Sandeep Kaur (Panjab University, India)
      • 16
        Direct Dark Matter searches with the Xenon1T detector
        Speaker: Mohamed Lotfi Benabderrahmane (NYUAD, UAE)
    • Parallel Session M3 - 005 (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - 005

      University of Sharjah

      • 17
        Constraining the charge of the Galactic centre black hole
        Speaker: Michal Zajaček (MPIfR/University of Cologne, Germany)
      • 18
        Simulating the reionization of the Universe
        Speaker: Keri Dixon (NYUAD, UAE)
      • 19
        Charged Wormholes Supported by 2-Fluid Immiscible Matter Particle
        Speaker: Safiqul Islam (Harish-Chandra Research Institute, India)
    • Conference Dinner at SCASS and Astronomy night SCASS (University of Sharjah)

      SCASS

      University of Sharjah

    • Plenary: 5 M3 - Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 20
        String theory, M theory and Dark Matter

        We begin with an elementary introduction to string and M theory.
        We then introduce the concept of hidden sectors. We will then provide
        arguments as to why:
        a) WIMP's are generically unstable, so unlikely to be dark matter
        b) dark matter likely resides in the hidden sector
        c) interactions between Standard Model and hidden sector particles are
        generically present.

        Speaker: Prof. Bobby Acharya (King's College, London, UK and ICTP, Italy)
      • 21
        Neutrinos in Particle Physics and Cosmology

        Neutrinos are the second most abundant subatomic particles in the universe and have profound implications in particle physics, astrophysics, and cosmology. In this talk, I will discuss some ideas for explaining the smallness of neutrino masses and the connection with some of the unsolved problems in cosmology; namely the nature of the dark matter and the origin of the matter-antimatter asymmetry of the universe.

        Speaker: Prof. Salah Nasri (UAEU)
    • 9:30 AM
      Coffee Break
    • Parallel Session M3 -Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3 -Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 22
        Heavy Ions with ATLAS and CMS experiments
        Speaker: Prabhat Ranjan Pujahari (Indian Institute of Technology Madras, India)
      • 23
        Heavy Neutrinos at Large Colliders
        Speaker: Rachik Soualah (University of Sharjah)
      • 24
        Dark Matter searches with the ATLAS Detector
        Speaker: Rachid Mazini (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
    • Parallel Session M3 - 005 (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - 005

      University of Sharjah

      • 25
        Multiple Parton Scattering at High Energy Proton-Proton Collisions
        Speaker: Mohammad Yousif Hussein (University of Bahrain, Bahrain)
      • 26
        The Stability Of Extrasolar Planets In Binary Systems
        Speaker: Ahmad Abushattal (Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Jordan)
      • 27
        Quantifying inhomogeneities in the HI distributions of galaxies
        Speaker: Hind Al Noori (NYUAD, UAE)
    • Parallel Session M3 - 004 (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - 004

      University of Sharjah

      • 28
        Accretion flows around compact objects: stellar wind and neutron stars in massive binaries
        Speaker: Antonios Manousakis (University of Sharjah, UAE)
      • 29
        Dissecting the Turtle, PWN/SNR G11.2-0.3
        Speaker: Joseph D Gelfand (NYUAD, UAE)
      • 30
        Habitable worlds and giant planets
        Speaker: Nikolaos Georgakarakos (NYUAD, UAE)
    • 10:45 AM
      Lunch at HH Dr. Sultan Alqassimi Center for Gulf Studies (Al Darah)
    • Plenary: 6 M3 - Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 31
        The Importance of White Dwarfs in Modern Astrophysics M3 - Al-Masudi

        M3 - Al-Masudi

        University of Sharjah

        White dwarfs are the remnants of the evolution of most stars in the galaxy, all those up to masses of around 8 times that of the Sun. Study of their production sheds light on enrichment of the interstellar medium, through mass loss from the progenitor, while detection of the coolest examples provides estimates of the age of the Galaxy and, by implication, an independent lower limit on the age of the Universe. They are also implicated in the the production of type Ia supernovae which underpin measurements of the expansion of the Universe, its age and the Nobel Prize winning discovery of “Dark Energy”. More recently, we have realised that they provided an opportunity to probe possible variations of the fine structure constant in strong gravity.
        This talk will review our understanding of the physics of white dwarfs and discuss key results from a variety of observations including those made by the Hubble Space Telescope and the recent second data release from the Gaia astrometry mission.

        Speaker: Prof. Martin A. Barstow (University of Leicester, UK)
    • 1:45 PM
      Coffee Break
    • Parallel Session M3-004 (University of Sharjah)

      M3-004

      University of Sharjah

      • 32
        Testing Cold Dark Matter on galaxy scales with the HI Velocity Function
        Speaker: Aaron Dutton (NYUAD, UAE)
      • 33
        On the Origin of Heavy Elements in the Context of the Binary Neutron Star Merger Event GW170817
        Speaker: Shawqi Al Dallal (Ahlia University, Bahrain)
      • 34
        Lorentz factors of compact jets in black hole x-ray binaries
        Speaker: Payaswini Saikia (NYUAD, UAE)
      • 35
        Testing Age Spread in Young and Intermediate-Age LMC Star Clusters by means of Integrated Spectra
        Speaker: Randa Asad (American University of Sharjah, UAE)
      • 36
        The Eruption of Solar Flares Solar Flare in Radio and X-Ray Region on 15th of April 2017
        Speaker: Zety Sharizat Binti Hamidi (Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia)
    • Parallel Session M3-004 (University of Sharjah)

      M3-004

      University of Sharjah

      • 37
        Nucleosynthesis Between Theory and Observations: The Reaction Rates of Fluorine 19 (19F) in Stars M3 - 005

        M3 - 005

        University of Sharjah

        Speaker: Mashhoor Al-Wardat (Al al-Bayt University, Jordan)
      • 38
        Charmonium production in pp, pPb and PbPb collisions with CMS experiment M3-004

        M3-004

        University of Sharjah

        Speaker: Abdulla Abdulsalam (King Abdulaziz University, KSA)
      • 39
        Complete Construction of Witten's ADHM Sigma Model M3-004

        M3-004

        University of Sharjah

        Speaker: Abdul Salih Puthan Purayil (Aligarh Muslim university, Aligarh, India)
      • 40
        Abundance analysis of 13 metal-poor stars observed with Lick/APF M3-004

        M3-004

        University of Sharjah

        Speaker: Mohammad K. Mardini (National Astronomical Observatories,Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
      • 41
        Variations in the Expansion and Shear Scalars for Dissipative Fluids M3-004

        M3-004

        University of Sharjah

        Speaker: Abdur Rehman Jami (University of Sharjah and Modul University Dubai, UAE)
    • Parallel Session M3-Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3-Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 42
        Constraining the Higgs Triplet Model in light of the LHC Higgs data
        Speaker: Mohamed Chabab (Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco)
      • 43
        HL-LHC: prospects and future
        Speaker: Matthias Kasemann (Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron, DESY, Hamburg, Germany)
      • 44
        New flipped compact 341 model and Higgs decay modes
        Speaker: Jamal Mimouni (Mentouri University, Algeria)
      • 45
        CMS upgrades with a focus on detector technologies
        Speaker: Andrei Starodoumov (Institute Rudjer Boskovic, Croatia)
      • 46
        Higgs boson profile: width, couplings, constraints
        Speaker: Nicola Amapane (Università di Torino and INFN, Italy)
    • Particle Physics Master Classes M3-Comp. Lab (University of Sharjah)

      M3-Comp. Lab

      University of Sharjah

    • Plenary: 7 M3 - Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 47
        The central light-year of the Milky Way: How stars and gas live in a relativistic environment of a super-massive black hole
        Speaker: Prof. Andreas Eckart (Physikalisches Inst. University of Cologne and Max Planck Institute, Bonn, Germany)
      • 48
        Physics Highlights and future prospects in searches for new physics
        Speaker: Prof. Albert De Roeck (CERN, Geneva)
    • 9:30 AM
      Coffee Break
    • Parallel Session M3 - 005 (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - 005

      University of Sharjah

      • 49
        Compact gamma spectrometer for space missions with miniaturized satellites
        Speaker: Ahlam Al Qasim (NYUAD, UAE)
      • 50
        Instrumentational Details for UAE Optical Telescope
        Speaker: Abdallah Al-Hajar (American University of Sharjah, UAE)
      • 51
        Net Charge Fluctuations at RHIC and LHC Energies Using the HYDJET++ Model
        Speaker: Bushra Ali (Aligarh Muslim University, India)
      • 52
        Invasion of fingering Effect in Two-Dimension Porous Media using CFD Simulation and Experiment under Microgravity Condition
        Speaker: Raisul Hasan (Pranveer Singh Institute of Technology Kanpur, India)
    • Parallel Session M3-004 (University of Sharjah)

      M3-004

      University of Sharjah

      • 53
        Near - infrared spectroscopy of ca - rich clinopyroxenes revisited: a new interpretation of anomalous type - b spectra and implications for remote sensing of inner solar system bodies
        Speaker: Yassir Abdu (University of Sharjah, UAE)
      • 54
        The Peculiar Characteristics of the Short Gamma - Ray Burst GRB 170817A
        Speaker: Walid Azzam (University of Bahrain, Bahrain)
      • 55
        F(T) gravity with fermion fields in (2+1) dimensions via Noether symmetry
        Speaker: Myrzakulov Nurgissa (LN Gumilyov Eurasian National University, Kazakhstan)
    • Parallel Session M3-Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3-Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 56
        Dark Matter and Neutrino Mass Models: Phenomenology of the Scalar Sector
        Speaker: Amine Ahriche (University of Jijel, Algeria)
      • 57
        B − L violating interactions in supersymmetric SO(10) models and proton decay
        Speaker: Raza M Syed (American University of Sharjah, UAE)
      • 58
        Unification of gauge and Yukawa couplings in five dimensional model
        Speaker: Ammar Ibrahim (Sudan University of Science and Technology, Sudan)
    • 11:05 AM
      Coffee Break
    • Posters Session M3 (University of Sharjah)

      M3

      University of Sharjah

    • 12:00 PM
      Lunch
    • Parallel Session M3 - 004 (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - 004

      University of Sharjah

      • 59
        Improved extraction of the up- and down-quark contributions to the nucleon electromagnetic form factors
        Speaker: Issam A. Qattan (Khalifa University, UAE)
      • 60
        Estimators for quark polarimetry
        Speaker: Zouina Belghobsi (University of Jijel, Algeria)
      • 61
        Studying Proton–Proton Interaction at Large Hadrons Collider Using Genetic Programming
        Speaker: Amr Radi (Sultan Qaboos University, Oman)
      • 62
        On the wind accretion model of GX 301-2
        Speaker: Ali Taani
    • Parallel Session M3 - Al-Masudi (University of Sharjah)

      M3 - Al-Masudi

      University of Sharjah

      • 63
        SUSY searches with the ATLAS detector
        Speaker: Osamu Jinnouchi (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
      • 64
        SUSY searches with the CMS detector
        Speaker: Samuel Louis Bein (University of Hamburg, Germany)
      • 65
        Exotic searches with the ATLAS detector
        Speaker: Harinder Singh Bawa (California State University Fresno, USA)
    • Summary Talk - Closing remarks - Awards