21-29 August 2019
Europe/Athens timezone
ICNFP 2019 follows HiX 2019 (also at the OAC), Int. Workshop devoted to Nucleon Structure at Large Bjorken-x (https://indico.cern.ch/event/799284/overview). Related ICNFP Session organized with HiX 2019 convenors will take place the 22-23 August

Poster session

The poster session will be held on Monday 26 August 2019 between 19:30 and 20:30 in the lobby of OAC. There will be 30 poster boards (they can be used on both sides hosting maximally 60 posters, dimensions: 1.40x1.40m and 0.90x1.40m).

The poster presentations will be  published in the proceedings of the conference after a peer review with the same length as the oral presentations. In addition a Honorary Committee will award the best poster author. It will be supported by Universe Journal, Basel, Switzerland

To further encourage participation a wine tasting party will be associated with the poster session. 

Note: We kindly ask all participants to bring a bottle of typical wine or another traditional beverage of their country to share it during the poster session.

The best talk/poster will be awarded a prize (500 CHF) from journal Universe, MDPI.

1) Andrés Camilo Granda Arango: Asymptotic quantum mechanics: Is the incomplete Bohr’s correspondence principle?

2) Avishy Carmi: How quantum mechanics solves the barber paradox.

3) Thibault Chevalérias: Search for the production of four top quarks using the ATLAS detector.

4) Sabina Anna Czekierda: Measurements of single diffraction using forward proton tagging at the ATLAS detector

5) Alexandra Friesen: Phase diagram and strange matter in SU(3) PNJL model

6) Aidar Ilyasov: Machine Learning approach on event classification in liquid noble gases

7) Lukas Kramarik: Reconstruction of D0 mesons in d+Au collisions at √sNN=200 GeV by the STAR experiment

8) Yurii Kvasiuk: UrQMD distributions and fluctuations in baryon subsystems at fixed total net baryon number: simulations vs analytics

9) Frederic Lassiaille: Gravitational Model of the Three Elements Theory: formalizing

10) Maria Lavrova: The TUS space experiment

11) Antonios Leisos: Studies using Optimal Observables for the measurement of the anomalous quartic gauge couplings

12) Nikita Levashko: Constraints on DM scattering cross section in the EFT framework in DEAP-3600 experiment

13) Alena Loesle: Test of CP invariance in vector-boson fusion production of the Higgs boson using H -> tau tau decays at the ATLAS experiment

14) Yury Lozeev: Electrodynamics simulation and thermal analysis results for the normal conducting accelerating structure with RFQ for the CW linear accelerator LINAC-100 for mega-science project DERICA

15) Yury Lozeev: Beam dynamics simulation results for the normal conducting accelerating CW RFQ for the linear accelerator LINAC-100 for project DERICA

16) Tatyana Lozeeva: Beam dynamics simulation for the accelerator-driver LINAC-100 for DERICA project

17) Sergey Morozov: Event centrality determination for ion-ion collisions with forward hadron calorimeter at BM@N experiment

18) Stavros Nonis: A semi-autonomous RF detection system for high energy showers

19) Yuta Okazaki: Searches for high-mass diboson resonances with the ATLAS detector

20) Sergey Polozov: Progress of the development and establishment of the production of superconducting cavities in Russia and Belorussia

21) Mikhail Rumyantsev: Time of Flight system of the BM@N/NICA experiment. Performance and particle identification results

22) Rulin Xiu: Derivation of Vacuum Energy and Cosmological Constant Using Holographic Principle and String Theory

23) Nazar Yakovenko: The concept of induced surface and curvature tensions and a uni?ed description of the gas of hard discs and hard spheres

Judging  committee 

Prof. Laszlo Csernai, University of Bergen,  

Prof. Paul Frampton University of Salento,  

Dr. Rainer Mankel DESY

Winners

1-st place,  Alena Loesle (Albert Ludwigs Universitaet Freiburg)                                        Test of CP invariance in vector-boson fusion production of the Higgs boson using  H-> tau tau decays at the ATLAS experiment 

2-nd place,  Tatyana Lozeeva  (NRNU “MEPhI")                                                            Beam dynamics simulation for the accelerator-driver LINAC-100 for DERICA project

3-rd place, Mikhail Rumyantsev (JINR                                                                          Time of Flight system of the BM@N/NICA experiment. Performance and particle identification results