31 August 2020 to 3 September 2020
CERN
Europe/Zurich timezone

The overall goal of the workshop is to present and discuss the latest developments in experimental as well as theoretical studies in QCD which are (and/or will be) relevant for the LHC and to foster interactions between the communities.

Due to the current international situation, this eXceptional edition of the QCD@LHC conference series will be held entirely remotely, in the afternoons (2-6pm) of the week.

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Fernando Barreiro (Madrid)
  • Stefano Camarda (DESY)
  • Federica Fabbri (Glasgow)
  • Paolo Francavilla (Pisa)
  • Lucian Harland-Lang (Oxford)
  • Philip Harris (MIT)
  • Alexander Huss (CERN)
  • Cigdem Issever (Berlin)
  • Marco van Leeuwen (Utrecht)
  • Pierpaolo Mastrolia (Padova)
  • Bernhard Mistlberger (SLAC)
  • Pier Monni (CERN)
  • Giovanni Petrucciani (CERN)
  • Niki Saoulidou (Athens)
  • Iain Stewart (MIT)
  • Gregory Soyez (Paris)
  • Vincenzo Vagnoni (Bologna)
  • Jean-Roch Vlimant (California Institute of Technology)
  • Mikko Voutilainen (Helsinki)
  • Malgorzata Worek (Aachen)
  • Mao Zeng (ETH Zurich)
  • Cen Zhang (IHEP)

Organising committee: Giovanni Abbiendi (INFN-BO), Claude Duhr (CERN),  Elena Gianolio (CERN), Fabio Maltoni (UNIBO/UCLouvain), Michelangelo Mangano (CERN), Maximiliano Sioli (UNIBO), Gian Paolo Vacca (INFN-BO), Eleni Vryonidou (CERN).

International Advisory Committee: J. Blümlein (DESY), R. K. Ellis (IPPP Durham), T. Gehrmann (Univ. Zürich), E.W. N. Glover (IPPP Durham), J. Huston (MSU), J. Katzy (DESY), M. Mangano (CERN), Z. Nagy (DESY), E. Rizvi (Queen Mary), F. Siegert (Dresden), D. Stöckinger (Dresden), Z. Trócsányi (Debrecen).

 

Previous editions of the QCD@LHC series: Trento (2010), St. Andrews (2011), East Lansing (2012), Hamburg (2013), Suzdal (2014), London (2015), Zurich (2016), Debrecen (2017), Dresden (2018), Buffalo (2019).

 

Registration
Registration for this event is currently open.