5-7 September 2018
Europe/London timezone

The workshop program will be devoted to review our first 13 TeV measurements and prepare ourselves for our full Run 2 high precision legacy papers. We also want to exploit synergies with other ATLAS physics groups as much as possible and encourage common analysis strategies where it is beneficial to maximize the scientific output. A particular focus will be placed on constrains of effective field theories, our interplay with the Higgs- and Top-Working groups as well as reinterpretations of SM measurements in BSM scenarios.

The Wednesday sessions will be dedicated to ATLAS internal  presentations and discussions. Two morning sessions, on Thursday and Friday, will be dedicated to discussions between experiment and theory.

On Thursday afternoon we will visit a Shakespeare play, followed by the workshop dinner.

The early registration period ends on July 8th. Within this period, the registration fee is £160. On-campus accommodations with toilet and shower for £59 per person and day can be booked via the registration fee payment procedure.

The late registration period is from July 9th -July 30th.   In this period, the registration fee will be increased to £180 and on-campus accommodations will not be available anymore. 

See you in September!


Queen Mary University of London