This workshop will both focus on recent developments in theoretical high energy physics and cosmology, and discuss issues of gender and equal opportunities in the field.
In addition to talks on nuclear and string theory, SM and BSM phenomenology, lattice field theory and cosmology, each day talks and panel discussions will be dedicated to research on gender in academia, with an aim to further the development and implementation of action plans to support women and other minorities in physics.
Since any positive change needs the support of the whole community we encourage everyone, men and women, junior and senior scientists, to participate in this workshop.
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Registration: There is no registration fee. Applications to attend will be open until September 01, 2018, within constraints of available space. If you wish to give a short talk or poster please register by June 30, 2018.
Ana Achucarro (Leiden U.) - String theory
Agnese Bissi (Uppsala U.) - AdS/CFT correspondence
Alejandra Castro (Amsterdam U.) - Black hole entropy
Laura Covi (Goettingen U.) - Cosmology
JiJi Fan (Brown U.) - BSM Phenomenology
Elvira Gamiz (Granada U.) - Lattice QCD & flavour physics
Silvia Pascoli (Durham U.) - Neutrino Physics
Naemi Rocco (University of Surrey) - Electron and neutrino scattering off nuclei
Tracy Slatyer (MIT) - Dark Matter
Maria Ubiali (Cambridge U., DAMTP) - Parton distributions from high precision collider data
Eleni Vryonidou (CERN) - SM Effective Field Theory
Korinna Zapp (LIP, Lisbon & CERN) - Heavy Ion Physics
Marieke van den Brink (Nijmegen U.)
Julie Moote (UCL, London)
Yosef Nir (Weizmann Inst.)
Jessica Wade (Imperial College London)
a representative from CERN Diversity Office
This workshop is supported by the CERN-TH Department, University of Milano-Bicocca, ERC Consolidator Grant 772408 "Deconstructing the string landscape" and the Cluster of Excellence PRISMA DFG no. EXC 1098.
The COST Network CA16201 PARTICLEFACE "Unraveling new physics at the LHC through the precision frontier" provides a special grant to support a few PhD students and/or young postdocs working for an institute located in the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and United Kingdom. Eligibility is by location of your institution, not by nationality! For more information and for submitting your application for the COST grant, please contact Malgorzata Worek (E-mail: email@example.com). The application deadline for the COST grant is 30 June 2018.