Rencontre de Physique des Particules 2018 Paris, 11-13 April 2018

Charpak Lecture Hall (LPNHE)

Charpak Lecture Hall


Sorbonne Université, Campus Jussieu, Amphi Charpak
Karim Benakli (CNRS)

The Rencontre de Physique des Particules (RPP) aims at gathering once per year the theoretical physicists working in France in the field of high energy physics.

The 2018 meeting was organised by the Institut Lagrange de Paris (LPTHE, LPNHE and IAP), Jussieu Campus, Sorbonne Université, Paris.

Organising committee:

Karim Benakli    (LPTHE)
Marco Cirelli      (LPTHE)
Michael Joyce    (LPNHE)
Joe Silk               (IAP)
Pietro Slavich     (LPTHE)


The meeting was held at the Amphi Charpak:

Patio 22-33, Rez-de-chaussée (RC) - Niveau Saint Bernard (SB) - Porte 02 
Campus Jussieu
4, place Jussieu
75005 Paris

Access to Amphi Charpak
  • Adam Falkowski
  • Alessandro Strumia
  • Ana M. Teixeira
  • Arkadiusz Trawiński
  • Asmaa Abada
  • Benjamin Basso
  • Björn Herrmann
  • Brando Bellazzini
  • Cedric Delaunay
  • Chandan Hati
  • Cyrille Marquet
  • Cédric Lorcé
  • Damir Becirevic
  • Daniel Perez
  • Debtosh Chowdhury
  • Emi Kou
  • Emilian Dudas
  • Felix Bruemmer
  • Filippo Vernizzi
  • Florian Nortier
  • Francesco Sgarlata
  • Gabriel Moreau
  • Gaetan Lafforgue-Marmet
  • Giorgio Salerno
  • Gregory Soyez
  • Huasheng Shao
  • Ignatios Antoniadis
  • Jan Maelger
  • Jean Orloff
  • Jean-Pierre Derendinger
  • Johannes Braathen
  • Julien Serreau
  • Kalliopi Petraki
  • Karim Benakli
  • Karl Nordstrom
  • Marc Knecht
  • Marco Cirelli
  • Marco Fedele
  • Marco Taoso
  • Mark Goodsell
  • Mathias Pierre
  • Miguel Paulos
  • Nicolas Garron
  • Nikolaï Fadeev
  • Olcyr Sumensari
  • philippe brax
  • Pierre Vanhove
  • Pietro Slavich
  • Quentin Bonnefoy
  • Ruben Oncala
  • Sajad Abbar
  • Samuel Wallon
  • Sebastian Paßehr
  • Shu-yi Wei
  • Slava Rychkov
  • Stam Nicolis
  • Steven Abel
  • Stéphane Lavignac
  • Vincent Vennin
  • Volpe Cristina
  • Yifan Chen
    • Théorie
      • 1
        Physics with jet substructure
        Speaker: Gregory Soyez (IPhT, CEA Saclay)
      • 2
        High-energy QCD resummation effects at the LHC
        Speaker: Dr Samuel Wallon
      • 3
        Probing jet-medium interaction via dijet, di-hadron, hadron-jet and photon-jet correlations
        Speaker: Dr Shu-yi Wei (Ecole Polytechnique)
      • 4
        Heavy quark phase diagram at two-loop order in perturbation theory
        Speaker: Mr Jan Maelger (Ecole Polytechnique, Université Paris Diderot)
      • 5
        The nucleon axial charge from Lattice QCD
        Speaker: Nicolas Garron
    • 4:00 PM
      Pause café
    • Théorie
      • 6
        Impact of heavy neutral fermions on high-intensity observables
        Speaker: Asmaa Abada
      • 7
        Towards an identification of the flavour structure of new physics
        Speaker: Björn Herrmann (LPSC Grenoble)
      • 8
        Probing new physics with atomic spectroscopy
        Speaker: Cedric Delaunay (LAPTh, CNRS)
    • Théorie
      • 9
        Remarks about walking in gauge theories
        Speaker: Vyacheslav Rychkov (CERN)
      • 10
        The breakings of « simple » N=2 theories
        Speaker: Jean-Pierre Derendinger (Universitaet Bern (CH))
      • 11
        A more functional bootstrap

        The conformal bootstrap aims to systematically constraint CFTs based on crossing symmetry and unitarity.
        In this talk I will introduce a new approach to extract information from the crossing symmetry sum rules, based on the construction of linear functionals
        with certain positivity properties. I show these functionals allow us to derive optimal bounds on CFT data. Furthemore I will argue that special extremal solutions to crossing form a basis for the crossing equation, with the functionals living in the dual space. As an application we reconstruct physics of QFTs in AdS2 from the properties of 1d CFTs.

        Speaker: Miguel Fernandes Paulos (CERN)
    • 10:30 AM
      Pause café
    • Théorie
      • 12
        Evaluation of the muon g-2 in the standard model: a status report
        Speaker: Marc KNECHT (CNRS)
      • 13
        SM extensions valid up to infinite energy
        Speaker: Alessandro Strumia (Universita & INFN Pisa (IT))
      • 14
        Recent advances on neutrino flavor evolution in dense media and kilonova observation
        Speaker: Cristina VOLPE (AstroParticle and Cosmology - APC /CNRS)
    • Reunion BTP2
    • 4:00 PM
      Pause café
    • Théorie
      • 15
        Testing a-theorem for spontaneously broken CFTs in d=6
        Speaker: Francesco Sgarlata (SISSA)
      • 16
        A highly protected global symmetry from quiver gauge symmetries
        Speaker: Quentin BONNEFOY (Ecole Polytechnique - CPhT)
      • 17
        Minimal constrained superfields and the Fayet-Iliopoulos model
        Speaker: Yifan Chen (LPTHE, Paris)
      • 18
        Beyond Positivity Bounds and the Fate of Massive Gravity
        Speaker: Brando Bellazzini (CEA-Saclay)
    • Théorie
      • 19
        Reconciling B-decay anomalies with neutrino masses, dark matter and flavour violation
        Speaker: Chandan Hati (LPC Clermont)
      • 20
        A viable scenario to accommodate the B-physics anomalies
        Speaker: Olcyr Sumensari (LPT Orsay)
      • 21
        What can precision observables tell about the trilinear Higgs self coupling?
        Speaker: Marco Fedele (INFN RM1)
      • 22
        Two-loop QCD corrections to the lightest Higgs mass in the MSSM
        Speaker: Sebastian Paßehr (Sorbonne Universite)
    • 10:20 AM
      Pause café
    • Théorie
      • 23
        Long-range interactions in dark matter phenomenology
        Speaker: Kalliopi Petraki (Sorbonne Université)
      • 24
        Quantum decoherence during inflation

        Decoherence may play a role in the quantum-to-classical transition of primordial cosmological fluctuations. But if it occurs in the early Universe, the interaction with the environment that gives rise to it also changes observable predictions such as the power spectrum from inflation. I will show how this opens up the possibility to observationally probe quantum decoherence.

        Speaker: Vincent Vennin (University of Portsmouth (UK), Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation)
      • 25
        R^2 Dark Energy in the Laboratory
        Speaker: philippe brax (IPhT CEA Saclay)
      • 26
        Dark energy after GW170817
        Speaker: Filippo Vernizzi (CEA)