Key dates

  • Early registration deadline:
    12 February 2016
  • Abstract submission deadline (poster):
    29 February 2016
  • Registration deadline:
    11 March 2016
  • Online accommodation booking deadline:
    13 March 2016

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Programme

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Monday 21 March

Please note that the programme is subject to change

08:30 Arrival and registration
Dine Central, Level 1 Bramber House
10:00

Welcome
Clare Mackie, Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Sussex
Antonella de Santo, Head of the Experimental Particle Physics Group, University of Sussex
Chichester Lecture Theatre

Session chair: Brian Foster, University of Oxford, UK

10:30

(invited) Precision perturbative QCD
Keith Ellis, IPPP, Durham University, UK
Chichester Lecture Theatre
[view abstract pdf]

11:20 (invited) Standard model measurements at the LHC
Chris Hays, University of Oxford, UK
Chichester Lecture Theatre
[view abstract pdf]
11:55 (invited) Higgs results at the LHC
Kostas Nikolopoulos, University of Birmingham, UK
Chichester Lecture Theatre
[view abstract pdf]
12:30 Practical Particle Physics in schools
Becky Parker, Institute for Research in Schools, UK
Chichester Lecture Theatre
12:35 Lunch
Dine Central, Level 1 Bramber House
Session chair: Véronique Boisvert, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
13:45 (invited) Search for supersymmetric and exotic signatures at the Large Hadron Collider with ATLAS and CMS
Iacopo Vivarelli, University of Sussex, UK
Chichester Lecture Theatre
[view abstract pdf]
14:20 (invited) Future upgrades to the LHC
Alex Tapper, Imperial College London, UK
Chichester Lecture Theatre
[view abstract pdf]
14:55 (invited) A UK perspective on future high energy colliders
Stewart Boogert, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
Chichester Lecture Theatre
[view abstract pdf]
15:30 Poster session and refreshments
Dine Central, Level 1 Bramber House 
 

Parallel session 1

  Session 1A
Chichester Lecture Theatre
Session chair: Cigdem Issever, University of Oxford, UK

Session 1B
Pevensey 1, Level 1 A06 (1A06)
Session chair: Greig Cowan, University of Edinburgh, UK
Session 1C
Pevensey 1, Level 1 A07 (1A07)
Session chair: Kai Zuber, TU Dresden, Germany

Session 1D
Pevensey 1, Level 2 D10 (2D10)
Session chair: Christopher McCabe University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Session 1E
Pevensey 1, Level 2 D11 (2D11)
Session chair: Darren Price, University of Manchester, UK

16:45 Searching for dijet resonances with the ATLAS detector
Lydia Beresford, University of Oxford, UK
[view abstract pdf]
Charmless B meson decays Bs to p overline hh (h = pi,K) at LHCb
Giulio Dujany, University of Manchester, UK
[view abstract pdf]
Search for neutrinoless double beta decay of Ge-76 with the GERDA experiment
Andrea Kirsch, Max-Planck-Intitute for Nuclear Physics, Germany
[view abstract pdf]
Recent results from the Pierre Auger Observatory
Adriaan M van den Berg, University of Groningen / KVI-CART, The Netherlands
[view abstract pdf]
Testing lepton flavour universality with the R K0 ratio
Luca Pescatore, University of Birmingham,
UK
[view abstract pdf]
17:00 Pursuit of new physics in events with many jets at ATLAS
William Fawcett, University of Oxford, UK
[view abstract pdf]

Studies of charmless multi-body b-baryon decays at LHCb
Daniel O'Hanlon, University of Warwick, UK
[view abstract pdf]

Neutrinoless double beta decay with SNO+
Edward Leming, University of Sussex, UK
[view abstract pdf]
Interactions between ultra high-energy particles and protogalactic environments
Ellis Owen, University College London, UK
[view abstract pdf]
Asls and the Ds production asymmetry
Suzanne Klaver, University of Manchester,
UK
[view abstract pdf]
17:15 Jet trigger performance and background studies for a dark matter search in ATLAS
Valentinos Christodoulou, University College London, UK
[view abstract pdf]
Testing lepton universality in rare decays of Lb baryons using LHCb data
Sean Kirwan, University of Southampton, UK
[view abstract pdf]
Detecting Axion-Like Particles, originating from the Sun, with large neutrino detectors such as SNO+
Christopher Jones, University of Oxford, UK
[view abstract pdf]
Results of the CASCADE microwave hidden sector photon search
Ian Bailey, Lancaster University,
UK
[view abstract pdf]
Lifetime measurements and time dependent CP violation of B->h+h'-
Sarah Karodia, University of Glasgow, UK
[view abstract pdf]
17:30

Searches for diboson resonances at ATLAS using boson-tagged jets
Alex Martyniuk, University College London, UK
[view abstract pdf]

Measurement of the forward energy flow in pp collisions at centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV with the LHCb experiment
Kārlis Dreimanis, University of Liverpool, UK
[view abstract pdf]
Search for Majorana neutrinos in LHCb
Federico Leo Redi, Imperial College London, UK
[view abstract pdf]
Gauge-independence of tunneling rates
Carlos Tamarit, Durham University, UK
[view abstract pdf]
Search for CP violation in multi-body charm decays with the energy test
Shanzhen Chen, University of Manchester, UK
[view abstract pdf]

 

17:45


Welcome drinks reception
Meeting House, University of Sussex

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