ICHEP 2014

desde miércoles, 2 de julio de 2014 (15:00) hasta miércoles, 9 de julio de 2014 (18:00)
Valencia, Spain

        : Sessions
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        : Breaks
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9 jul. 2014
AM
8:00
Registration (until 9:30) ()
9:30
Welcome by Academic and Scientific Authorities -Prof. Juan Antonio Fuster Verdu (IFIC (Instituto de Fisica Corpuscular)) (until 10:30) (Auditorium 1)
9:30 Chair of the Spanish Research Council (CSIC) - Prof. Emilio Lora-Tamayo (CSIC)   (Auditorium 1)
9:45 Vicerector of the University of Valencia for Research and Scientific Policy - Prof. PILAR CAMPINS FALCÓ (University of Valencia)   (Auditorium 1)
10:00 Chair of the Spanish Royal Society of Physics - Prof. Adolfo Azcárraga (University of Valencia)   (Auditorium 1)
10:15 Spanish Scientific Manager for Particle Physics (MINECO) - Prof. Francisco Del Águila (University of Granada)   (Auditorium 1)
10:30 --- Coffee ---
11:00
Accelerator Physics and Future Colliders -Dr. Frank Zimmermann (CERN) (until 13:40) (Sala 1)
11:00 Future Accelerators at the Particle Physics Frontier - Prof. Swapan Chattopadhyay (Cockcroft Institute)   (Sala 1)
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11:25 The High Luminosity LHC Project Status and Perspectives - Prof. Lucio Rossi (CERN)   (Sala 1)
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11:50 The LHeC as a Higgs facility - Max Klein (University of Liverpool)   (Sala 1)
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12:15 Design of the Electron Ion Collider - eRHIC - Dr. DEJAN TRBOJEVIC (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   (Sala 1)
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12:40 Status and perspectives for PANDA at FAIR - Dr. Elisabetta Prencipe (IKP Forschungszentrum Juelich)   (Sala 1)
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12:55 Status of the NICA Project at JINR - Prof. Vladimir Kekelidze (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna)   (Sala 1)
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13:10 Progress towards A Fixed-Target ExpeRiment at the LHC: AFTER@LHC - Dr. Andry Rakotozafindrabe (CEA Saclay, IRFU, France)   (Sala 1)
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13:25 Fermilab Accelerator Complex Proton Improvement Plan II - Steve Brice (Fermilab)   (Sala 1)
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11:00
Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology -Dr. Esteban Roulet (CONICET) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 3A)
11:00 First Results from POLARBEAR CMB Polarization Experiment - Haruki Nishino (Kavli IPMU)   (Auditorium 3A)
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11:24 Dark energy, QCD axion, BICEP2, and trans-Planckian decay constant - Prof. Jihn E. Kim (Kyung Hee University)   (Auditorium 3A)
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11:42 νΛMDM: A Model for Sterile Neutrino and Dark Matter Reconciles Cosmological and Neutrino Oscillation Data after BICEP2 - Pyungwon Ko (KIAS)   (Auditorium 3A)
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12:00 Transplanckian masses in inflation - Prof. Gabriela Barenboim (University of Valencia and IFIC)   (Auditorium 3A)
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12:36 Strong thermal leptogenesis and the $N_2$-dominated scenario - Sr. Michele Re Fiorentin (University of Southampton)   (Auditorium 3A)
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12:54 Baryogenesis from dark matter annihilation - Dr. Jean Racker (IFIC)   (Auditorium 3A)
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13:12 Flavour Covariant Formalism for Resonant Leptogenesis - Dr. P. S. Bhupal Dev (University of Manchester)   (Auditorium 3A)
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11:00
BEH Physics -Prof. James Olsen (Princeton University) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 1)
11:00 Measurement of cross sections and couplings of the Higgs boson in the ZZ decay channel using the ATLAS detector - Prof. Gabriella Sciolla (Brandeis University)   (Auditorium 1)
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11:15 Measurements of Higgs boson production and properties in the ZZ decay channel with both Z’s decaying into electrons or muons using the CMS detector - Adish Vartak (University of California San Diego)   (Auditorium 1)
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11:30 Constraints on the Higgs boson width from off-shell production and decay to ZZ with the CMS detector - Dr. Loic Quertenmont (Université catholique de Louvain)   (Auditorium 1)
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11:45 Higgs Boson Decays to Photons with the ATLAS Detector - Sra. Sandrine Laplace (LPNHE / CNRS)   (Auditorium 1)
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12:00 Search for Higgs bosons decaying to photons in the CMS detector - Dr. Matthew Kenzie (CERN)   (Auditorium 1)
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12:20 Measurement of the Higgs boson mass with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Robert Harrington (University of Edinburgh)   (Auditorium 1)
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12:35 Precise measurement of the Higgs boson mass with the CMS detector - Sr. Sani Matteo (University of California San Diego)   (Auditorium 1)
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12:50 Search for Higgs Bosons produced in association with top quarks with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Elizaveta Shabalina (University of Goettingen)   (Auditorium 1)
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13:10 Search for Higgs bosons produced in association with top quarks in the CMS detector - Dr. Lorenzo Bianchini (ETH Zurich Institute for Particle Physics)   (Auditorium 1)
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11:00
Beyond the Standard Model - Juan Alcaraz Maestre (CIEMAT) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 2)
11:00 Inclusive SUSY searches at CMS - Sr. Javier Duarte (California Institute of Technology)   (Auditorium 2)
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11:15 Inclusive searches for squarks and gluinos with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Jovan Mitrevski (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)   (Auditorium 2)
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11:30 3rd generation squark searches at CMS - Sr. Nickolas Mc Coll (UC Santa Barbara)   (Auditorium 2)
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11:45 Searches for direct pair production of third generation squarks with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Joao Firmino da Costa (CEA Saclay)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:00 Search for SUSY with extremely compressed spectra using the ATLAS and CMS detector - Dr. Robert Schoefbeck (HEPHY Vienna)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:20 How alive is constrained SUSY really? - Sr. Björn Sarrazin (Physikalisches Institut, Bonn University, Germany)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:35 Precision predictions for direct gaugino and slepton production at the LHC - Prof. Michael Klasen (Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Münster)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:50 Searches for electroweak production of supersymmetric charginos, neutralinos and sleptons with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Andrée Robichaud-Véronneau (McGill University)   (Auditorium 2)
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13:05 Searches for Electroweak SUSY production at CMS - Dr. Owen Long (UC Riverside, United States)   (Auditorium 2)
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11:00
Detector RD and Performance - Francesco Forti (University and INFN, Pisa) (until 13:30) (Sala 6+7)
11:00 CMS Detector Performance - Dr. Silvia Goy Lopez (CIEMAT)   (Sala 6+7)
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11:20 CMS upgrade perspectives - Nadia Pastrone (INFN)   (Sala 6+7)
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11:40 ATLAS Upgrades for the next Decades - Dr. Carlos Lacasta (IFIC-Valencia)   (Sala 6+7)
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12:00 The ATLAS Trigger System: Past, Present and Future - Dr. Francesca Pastore (Royal Holloway University of London (UK))   (Sala 6+7)
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12:20 ATLAS jet and missing ET reconstruction, calibration, and performance - Peter Berta   (Sala 6+7)
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12:40 Performance of the reconstruction, calibration and identification of electrons and photons with the ATLAS detector, and their impact on the ATLAS physics results - Jean-Baptiste Blanchard   (Sala 6+7)
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13:00 Upgrade of the CMS instrumentation for luminosity and machine induced background measurements - Dr. Anne Evelyn Dabrowski (CERN, Switzerland)   (Sala 6+7)
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13:15 Identification and energy calibration of hadronically decaying tau leptons with the ATLAS experiment. - Almut Pingel   (Sala 6+7)
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11:00
Education and Outreach -Sra. Marge Bardeen (Fermilab) (until 13:30) (Sala 2)
11:00 Cosmic-ray detectors for high-schools in France - Dr. Nicolas Arnaud (LAL (CNRS/IN2P3 and Université Paris Sud))   (Sala 2)
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11:15 CERN@school: bringing CERN into the classroom - Dr. Tom Whyntie (Queen Mary, University of London)   (Sala 2)
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11:30 Questions and answers on extreme energy cosmic rays: A guide to explore the public data set of the Pierre Auger Observatory - Dr. Sofia Andringa (LIP)   (Sala 2)
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11:40 ATLAS Public Outreach - Content, Platforms and Strategy of ATLAS Education & Outreach - Dr. Steven Goldfarb (University of Michigan)   (Sala 2)
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12:00 Preparations for the public release of high-level CMS data - Dr. Thomas McCauley (University of Notre Dame)   (Sala 2)
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12:15 “Café Científico”, “Wake up with Science”, really fun and interesting outreach activities - Srta. ANA MARÍA MARÍN FARRONA (INSTITUTO DE FÍSICA DE CANTABRIA (IFCA))   (Sala 2)
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12:30 Collider - bringing the Large Hadron Collider to London, and beyond - Dr. Harry Cliff (University of Cambridge & Science Museum, London)   (Sala 2)
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12:45 How can we turn a science exhibition into a really successfull outreach activity? - Srta. MARÍN ANA MARÍA (INSTITUTO DE FÍSICA DE CANTABRIA)   (Sala 2)
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13:00 Sciences ACO, a Museum of Light and Matter - Dr. Nicolas Arnaud (LAL (CNRS/IN2P3 and Université Paris Sud))   (Sala 2)
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13:15 Phantom of the Universe: A State-of-the-Art Planetarium Show on Dark Matter - Dr. Michael Barnett (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab)   (Sala 2)
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11:00
Neutrino Physics -Dr. silvia capelli (universita` degli Studi e Sezione INFN di Milano Bicocca) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 3B)
11:00 The GERDA Experiment for the Search of Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay - Sr. Giovanni Benato (University of Zurich)   (Auditorium 3B)
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11:30 Latest results from KamLAND-Zen second phase - Dr. Yoshihito Gando (Research Center for Neutrino Science, Tohoku Univ.)   (Auditorium 3B)
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11:45 Neutrinoless double beta decay with EXO-200 - Prof. Michelle Dolinski (Drexel University)   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:00 Status of the NEXT experiment - juan jose gomez cadenas (IFIC)   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:15 The SNO+ Experiment for Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay - Dr. Valentina Lozza (TU Dresden)   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:30 Status of the CUORE and results from the CUORE-0 neutrinoless double beta decay experiments - Dr. Monica Sisti (Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca and INFN Milano-Bicocca)   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:45 Current status and perspectives of the LUCIFER experiment - Dr. Filippo Orio (INFN - Sezione di Roma)   (Auditorium 3B)
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13:00 Scintillating bolometers based on ZnMoO4 and Zn100MoO4 crystals to search for 0nu2b decay of 100Mo (LUMINEU project): first tests at the Modane Underground Laboratory - Dr. Denys Poda (Centre de Sciences Nucléaires et de Sciences de la Matière (CSNSM))   (Auditorium 3B)
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13:15 Latest results of NEMO-3 experiment and present status of SuperNEMO - Dr. Hector GOMEZ MALUENDA (Laboratoire de l'Accélérateur Linéaire (LAL))   (Auditorium 3B)
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11:00
Strong Interactions and Hadron Physics -Sr. Sven-Olaf Moch (Univ. Hamburg) (until 13:30) (Sala 8+9)
11:00 QCD at NNLO and beyond - Dr. Claude Duhr (Durham University)   (Sala 8+9)
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11:25 Automated tools for QCD calculations - Dr. Simon Badger (CERN)   (Sala 8+9)
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11:50 NLO QCD corrections to triple collinear splitting functions - Sr. Germán Sborlini (IFIC and Universidad de Buenos Aires)   (Sala 8+9)
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12:05 The loop-tree duality method at NLO and beyond - Dr. German Rodrigo (IFIC Valencia)   (Sala 8+9)
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12:20 GoSam: Automated One-loop Calculations within the Standard Model and Beyond - Nicolas Greiner (Max-Planck Institute for Physics)   (Sala 8+9)
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12:35 Searching for extremely rare W decays at the LHC - Dr. Tom Melia (CERN)   (Sala 8+9)
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12:50 Next-to-leading order QCD corrections to five jet production at the LHC - Dr. Benedikt Biedermann (Universität Würzburg)   (Sala 8+9)
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13:05 Diphoton isolation studies - Dr. Leandro Cieri (La Sapienza, Università di Roma)   (Sala 8+9)
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11:00
Top-quark and ElectroWeak Physics -Dr. Maria Jose Costa (IFIC) Dr. Roberto Chierici (CNRS) (until 12:30) (Sala 3+4)
11:00 Top-quark pair production at hadron colliders: differential cross section and phenomenological applications with DiffTop - Dr. Marco Guzzi (DESY Hamburg)   (Sala 3+4)
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11:15 Top quark pair production cross section using the ATLAS detector at the LHC - Sr. Timothée Theveneaux-Pelzer (LPC Clermont-Ferrand - CNRS/IN2P3)   (Sala 3+4)
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11:30 Simultaneous measurements of ttbar, WW an Z->tau+tau productions with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Antonio Limosani (University of Sydney)   (Sala 3+4)
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11:45 Measurements of the top quark pair production cross section in pp collisions with CMS - Lukas Baeni (ETH Zurich (CH))   (Sala 3+4)
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12:00 Study of additional radiation in top pair events using the ATLAS detector at the LHC - Douglas Benjamin (Duke University)   (Sala 3+4)
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12:15 Measurement of differential cross sections in top pair production in pp collisions with CMS - Sr. Ivan Asin Cruz (DESY (Germany))   (Sala 3+4)
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9:00
Accelerator Physics and Future Colliders -Dr. Frank Zimmermann (CERN) (until 11:05) (Sala 1)
9:00 Status of SuperKEKB construction - Ken-ichi Kanazawa (High Energy Accelerator Reseach Organization)   (Sala 1)
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9:25 An Introduction to CEPC/SppC Accelerator Design Status - Prof. Jie Gao (Institute of High Energy Physcis)   (Sala 1)
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9:50 FCC study: parameters and optics for hadron and lepton colliders - Dr. Rogelio Tomas Garcia (CERN)   (Sala 1)
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10:15 FCC study: ep/eA collisions in the 'he' mode - Max Klein (University of Liverpool)   (Sala 1)
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10:25 Crab cavities for colliders - past, present and future - Dr. Silvia Verdú-Andrés (Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL))   (Sala 1)
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10:40 High Power Targets for Accelerator Based Research Facilities - Sr. Bernard Riemer (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)   (Sala 1)
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9:00
Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology -Prof. Graciela Gelmini (University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)) (until 11:00) (Auditorium 3A)
9:00 Results of the LUX Dark Matter Experiment - Carmen Carmona (UC Santa Barbara)   (Auditorium 3A)
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9:19 Low-threshold WIMP search at SuperCDMS - Dr. Elias Lopez Asamar (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)   (Auditorium 3A)
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9:38 CDMSlite: a New Way to Search for Low-Mass WIMPS with Cyogenic Detectors - Sr. Yohan Ricci (Queen's University)   (Auditorium 3A)
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9:57 The XENON Dark Matter Project: from XENON100 to XENON1T - Dr. Matteo Alfonsi (Nikhef)   (Auditorium 3A)
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10:16 Recent results from DAMA/LIBRA-phase1 and perspetives - Dr. Riccardo Cerulli (INFN-LNGS)   (Auditorium 3A)
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10:35 Status of CoGeNT and C-4, and progress towards PICO-250l, a large bubble chamber for dark matter detection - Prof. Juan Collar (U. Chicago)   (Auditorium 3A)
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9:00
BEH Physics -Prof. Pierre Savard (University of Toronto and TRIUMF) (until 11:05) (Auditorium 1)
9:00 Measurement of cross sections and couplings of the Higgs boson in the WW decay channel using the ATLAS detector - Corrinne Mills (University of Edinburgh)   (Auditorium 1)
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9:15 Measurements of Higgs boson production and properties in the WW decay channel with both W’s decaying into electrons or muons plus neutrino using the CMS detector - Pietro Govoni (Milano-Bicocca INFN and University)   (Auditorium 1)
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9:30 Search for the Higgs boson in VH(bb) channel using the ATLAS detector - Dr. Paolo Francavilla (CNRS - LPNHE and ILP)   (Auditorium 1)
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9:45 Search for the Higgs boson in the bb decay channel using the CMS detector - Sra. Caterina Vernieri (Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa)   (Auditorium 1)
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10:00 Search for Higgs bosons decaying to leptons with the CMS detector - Dr. Jan Steggemann (CERN)   (Auditorium 1)
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10:20 Higgs Boson decays to Leptons with the ATLAS detector - Elias Coniavitis (Universität Freiburg)   (Auditorium 1)
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10:35 Enhancing the tt(bar)Higgs signal through top-quark spin polarization effects at the LHC - Prof. Emidio Gabrielli (University of Trieste and NICPB Tallinn)   (Auditorium 1)
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9:00
Beyond the Standard Model -Prof. Gustavo Burdman (University of Sao Paulo) (until 11:00) (Auditorium 2)
9:00 CheckMATE: Confronting your Favourite New Physics Model with LHC Data - Dr. Jong Soo Kim (IFT Madrid)   (Auditorium 2)
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9:15 Discarding a 125 GeV heavy Higgs in an MSSM model with explicit CP-violation - Sr. Cristian Bosch Serrano (University of Valencia)   (Auditorium 2)
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9:30 EWSB and CDM from strongly interacting hidden sector - Pyungwon Ko (KIAS)   (Auditorium 2)
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9:45 Electroweak strongly coupled models with a light Higgs - Dr. Ignasi Rosell (Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera & IFIC)   (Auditorium 2)
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10:00 Interplay between the Higgs and the inert dark matter - Bogumila Swiezewska (University of Warsaw)   (Auditorium 2)
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10:15 SUSY Decays to Higgs bosons and their implications - Aoife Bharucha (TU Munich)   (Auditorium 2)
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10:30 The 125 GeV Higgs boson as the lightest Higgs in a general MSSM model with explicit CP-violation. - Srta. María Luisa López Ibáñez (Universidad de Valencia)   (Auditorium 2)
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10:45 Unitarity and causality constraints in composite Higgs models - Dr. Federico Mescia (ECM, Universitat de Barcelona)   (Auditorium 2)
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Education and Outreach -Prof. Pedro Abreu (LIP and Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa) (until 11:00) (Sala 2)
9:00 Netzwerk Teilchenwelt: A German programme on Particle Physics Education and Outreach - Dr. Uta Bilow (TU Dresden)   (Sala 2)
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9:15 ‘Cascade’ Outreach Competitions for schools – an efficient way to introduce Particle Physics to many students - Prof. Peter Watkins (University of Birmingham)   (Sala 2)
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9:30 How the “HYPATIA” analysis tool is used as a hands-on experience to introduce HEP to high schools - Prof. Kourkoumelis Christine (University of Athens and IASA)   (Sala 2)
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9:45 Sharing ATLAS data and research with young students - Srta. Maiken Pedersen (University of Oslo)   (Sala 2)
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10:00 Data Portfolio: Instructional materials provide particle physics data in high school classrooms - Sra. Marge Bardeen (Fermilab)   (Sala 2)
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10:15 The QuarkNet CMS masterclass: bringing the LHC to students - Dr. Thomas McCauley (University of Notre Dame)   (Sala 2)
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10:30 LHCb Masterclass measurement of the D0 lifetime - Sra. Ana Trisovic (CERN, Geneva, Switzerland)   (Sala 2)
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10:45 Hangout With CERN: A direct conversation with the public - Sr. Achintya Rao (CMS Experiment, CERN)   (Sala 2)
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9:00
Flavour Physics -Prof. Thomas E Browder (University of Hawaii) (until 11:00) (Sala 8+9)
9:20 Probing the New Physics scale with the Unitarity Triangle fit - Dr. Denis Derkach (University of Oxford)   (Sala 8+9)
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9:40 FlavorKit: flavor physics beyond the standard model - Dr. Avelino Vicente (Université de Liège)   (Sala 8+9)
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9:55 Measurement of the phase of Bs mixing with Bs→J/ψhh decays - Sr. Roel Aaij (Nikhef)   (Sala 8+9)
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10:10 Measurement of the CP-violating phase phi_s in the B_s->J/psi phi decays at CMS - Sr. Giacomo Fedi (University of Helsinki)   (Sala 8+9)
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10:25 Decay properties of b-hadrons with the ATLAS experiment - Dr. Leonid Gladilin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR))   (Sala 8+9)
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10:40 Study of b-hadron to J/ψhh decays - Dr. Liming Zhang (Syracuse University)   (Sala 8+9)
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9:00
Heavy Ions -Dr. David d'Enterria (CERN) (until 11:00) (Sala 6+7)
9:00 Soft probes of the QGP measured by ALICE - Sr. Marek Chojnacki (University of Copenhagen, Niels Bohr Institute)   (Sala 6+7)
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9:20 Soft probes of the QGP: Pb-Pb and p-Pb CMS results - Dr. Jovan Milosevic (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Physics and Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences)   (Sala 6+7)
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9:40 Recent Results on Soft Probes of the Quark-Gluon Plasma from the ATLAS Experiment at the LHC - Prof. Mariusz Przybycien (AGH University of Science and Technology (Poland))   (Sala 6+7)
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10:00 Heavy-ion physics with high-energy eA scattering - Dr. Maria Zurita (University of Santiago de Compostela)   (Sala 6+7)
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10:20 Pion production in p+p and Be+Be interactions at the CERN SPS energies - Sr. Antoni Aduszkiewicz (University of Warsaw)   (Sala 6+7)
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10:40 PHENIX Results in d+Au Collisions - Dr. Chin-Hao Chen (RIKEN BNL Research Center)   (Sala 6+7)
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Neutrino Physics -Prof. Jun Cao (Institute of High Energy Physics) (until 11:00) (Auditorium 3B)
9:00 Solar neutrinos in Super-Kamiokande - Dr. Hiroyuki Sekiya (ICRR, University of Tokyo)   (Auditorium 3B)
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9:15 Current status of the Double Chooz experiment - Julia Haser (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Kernphysik)   (Auditorium 3B)
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9:30 The latest oscillation results from the Daya Bay reactor neutrino experiment - Dr. Wei Wang (College of William and Mary, Sun Yat-Sen University)   (Auditorium 3B)
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9:45 JUNO: A Next Generation Reactor Antineutrino Experiment - Dr. Liang Zhan (Institute of High Energy Physics)   (Auditorium 3B)
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10:00 Statistical issues in neutrino mass ordering sensitivity - Dr. Mattias Blennow (KTH Royal Institute of Technology)   (Auditorium 3B)
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10:15 Neutrino oscillation study with atmospheric neutrinos in Super-Kamiokande - Masato SHIOZAWA (Kamioka Observatory, ICRR, University of Tokyo)   (Auditorium 3B)
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10:30 PINGU and the Neutrino Mass Hierarchy - Dr. Kenneth Clark (University of Toronto)   (Auditorium 3B)
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10:45 India-Based Neutrino Observatory (INO) Project - Prof. Sanjib Kumar Agarwalla (Institute of Physics, Bhubaneswar, India)   (Auditorium 3B)
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9:00
Strong Interactions and Hadron Physics -Dr. Ulla Blumenschein (Goettingen university) Daniel de Florian de Florian (Universidad de Buenos Aires) (until 11:05) (Sala 3+4)
9:00 Resummation and jet vetos - Dr. Pier Monni (University of Oxfored)   (Sala 3+4)
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9:25 Hadronically decaying massive particles, jet substructure, and measurement of the transverse momentum of the Z boson at LH - Francesco De Lorenzi (Iowa State University)   (Sala 3+4)
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9:40 Vector Boson + jets production at the Tevatron - Dr. Keith Matera (University of Illinois at Urbana)   (Sala 3+4)
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9:55 Measurements of light and heavy-flavour jet production in association with a W or Z boson with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Gavin Grant Hesketh (UCL)   (Sala 3+4)
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10:15 Production of vector bosons and jets at CMS - Dr. Fabio Cossutti (INFN Trieste)   (Sala 3+4)
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10:35 Measurement of photon and diphoton production processes at CMS - Sr. Andrea Carlo Marini (ETH Zürich (Switzerland))   (Sala 3+4)
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10:50 Photon, diphoton and photon+jet production measured with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Lily Asquith (Argonne)   (Sala 3+4)
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11:00 --- Coffee ---
11:30
Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology -Sr. Juande Zornoza (IFIC) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 3A)
11:30 A first walk on the DarkSide - Dr. Stefano Davini (University of Houston)   (Auditorium 3A)
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11:48 The status of KIMS-NaI experiment - Prof. Hyun Su Lee (Ewha Womans University)   (Auditorium 3A)
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12:06 Low-Mass Dark Matter Searches with Sub-keV Germanium Detectors - Dr. ARUN KUMAR SOMA (ACADEMIA SINICA)   (Auditorium 3A)
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12:24 Direct Dark Matter Search with XMASS - Dr. Kazuyoshi Kobayashi (ICRR, University of Tokyo)   (Auditorium 3A)
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12:42 DEAP-3600 Dark Matter Search at SNOLAB - Dr. Marcin Kuzniak (Queen's University)   (Auditorium 3A)
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13:00 Direct Dark Matter Searches: Status and Implications - Prof. Paolo Gondolo (University of Utah)   (Auditorium 3A)
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11:30
BEH Physics -Prof. Pierre Savard (University of Toronto and TRIUMF) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 1)
11:30 Search for Charged Higgs Bosons with the ATLAS Detector - Srta. Liron Barak (Weizmann Institute of Science)   (Auditorium 1)
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11:45 Searches for MSSM and NMSSM Higgs bosons with the CMS detector - Dr. Christian Veelken (LLR/Ecole Polytechnique)   (Auditorium 1)
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12:00 Nonstandard Higgs decays in the E6 inspired SUSY models - Dr. Roman Nevzorov (University of Adelaide)   (Auditorium 1)
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12:15 High Precision Prediction for the lightest CP-even MSSM Higgs-Boson Mass - Dr. Sven Heinemeyer (IFCA (CSIC))   (Auditorium 1)
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12:30 Interference effects of neutral Higgs bosons in the MSSM - Sra. Elina Fuchs (DESY)   (Auditorium 1)
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12:45 Searches for invisible decay modes of the Higgs boson with the CMS detector - Dr. Daniele Trocino (Northeastern University (US))   (Auditorium 1)
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13:00 Search of Higgs to invisible decays with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Stefano Rosati (INFN Sezione di Roma)   (Auditorium 1)
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13:15 Higgs Phenomenology of the Supersymmetric Grand Unification with the Hosotani Mechanism - Mitsuru Kakizaki (University of Toyama)   (Auditorium 1)
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11:30
Beyond the Standard Model -Prof. Sudhir Vempati (Centre for High Energy Physics, Indian Institute of Science, Banglaore India) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 2)
11:30 Triplet extended MSSM: naturality vs LHC data & perturbativity constraints - Dr. Stefano Di Chiara (University of Helsinki)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:00 Search for Dark Matter at CMS - Prof. Steven Lowette (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:15 Searches for dark matter with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Ning Zhou (University of California, Irvine)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:30 Search for heavy resonances decaying to bosons with the ATLAS and CMS detectors - Dr. Francesco Santanastasio (Sapienza, University of Rome)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:50 Search for heavy resonances with the ATLAS and CMS detector - Koji Terashi (University of Tokyo)   (Auditorium 2)
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13:10 Search for leptoquark signatures with the ATLAS and CMS detectors - Dr. Francesco Romeo (IHEP of Beijing)   (Auditorium 2)
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11:30
Flavour Physics -Prof. Cai-Dian Lu (IHEP, Beijing) (until 13:30) (Sala 8+9)
11:30 Measurement of the phase of Bs mixing with Bs→φφ - Sr. Matthew Needham Needham (University of Edinburgh)   (Sala 8+9)
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11:45 $B_{s,d}^0 \to \ell^+\ell^-$ Decays in the Aligned Two-Higgs-Doublet Model - Dr. Jie Lu (IFIC, University of Valencia)   (Sala 8+9)
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12:00 Measurements of charmless B decays at Belle - Dr. Marko Petric (Jozef Stefan Institute)   (Sala 8+9)
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12:15 Dalitz plot analysis of charmless b-hadron decays - Sr. Stefano Perazzini (INFN e Università di Bologna)   (Sala 8+9)
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12:30 Probing CP violation in B0s -> K0Spipi decays - Sr. Rafael Silva Coutinho (University of Warwick)   (Sala 8+9)
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12:45 Time-dependent CP violation measurements in $B$ decays from the Belle experiment - Veronika Chobanova (MPI)   (Sala 8+9)
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13:00 Study of CP violation effects in the charmless hadronic decay B -> Ks pi+ pi0 - Dr. Nicolas Arnaud (LAL (CNRS/IN2P3 and Université Paris Sud))   (Sala 8+9)
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13:15 Branching fractions and CP violation in charmless 3-body decays of B mesons - Prof. Hai-Yang Cheng (Academia Sinica)   (Sala 8+9)
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11:30
Heavy Ions -Dr. Elena Gonzalez Ferreiro (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) (until 13:30) (Sala 6+7)
11:30 PHENIX Results on Heavy Flavor Physics - Dr. Richard Hollis (University of California, Riverside)   (Sala 6+7)
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11:50 Heavy Flavor measurements at STAR - Dr. Robert Vertesi   (Sala 6+7)
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12:10 Nuclear Matter effects on Quarkonia and Heavy-Quarks - Dr. Andry Rakotozafindrabe (CEA Saclay, IRFU, France)   (Sala 6+7)
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12:30 Heavy-quark and quarkonia probes of the QGP at the LHC with the ALICE detector - Zaida Conesa del Valle (IPN Orsay (CNRS/IN2P3 - Université Paris-Sud))   (Sala 6+7)
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12:50 Heavy-quark and quarkonia probes of the QGP in CMS - Dr. Lamia Benhabib (CERN, Switzerland)   (Sala 6+7)
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13:10 Hessian PDF reweighting meets the Bayesian methods - Dr. Maria Zurita (University of Santiago de Compostela)   (Sala 6+7)
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11:30
Lepton Flavour Violation - Oscar Vives (IFIC) (until 13:35) (Sala 2)
11:30 Flavour violating lepton decays in supersymmetric low-scale seesaws - Dr. Cedric Weiland (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid)   (Sala 2)
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11:50 Radiatively-induced LFV Higgs decays from massive ISS neutrinos - Dr. Ernesto Arganda (Departamento de Física Teórica, Universidad de Zaragoza)   (Sala 2)
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12:10 The Zee Babu model revisited in the light of new data - Juan Herrero (Universidad de Valencia-IFIC, CSIC)   (Sala 2)
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12:30 Disentangling new physics contributions in lepton flavour violating tau decays - Alejandro Celis (IFIC-Universitat de Valencia)   (Sala 2)
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12:50 LFV in SUSY seesaws after theta_13, MEG13 and LHC13 - Filipe Joaquim (CFTP, IST)   (Sala 2)
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13:10 Precision tests of the Standard Model with kaon decays at CERN - Dr. Gianluca Lamanna (INFN Pisa)   (Sala 2)
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11:30
Neutrino Physics -Prof. Amol Dighe (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research) (until 13:39) (Auditorium 3B)
11:30 The KATRIN Neutrino Mass Experiment - Dr. Noah Oblath (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   (Auditorium 3B)
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11:45 Neutrino mass experiments with Ho - Dr. Elena Ferri (Uiversità Milano-Bicocca)   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:00 Borexino: recent solar and terrestrial neutrino results - Sandra Zavatarelli (INFN - Genova)   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:15 Supernovae Neutrinos: Oscillation and Phenomenology. - Dr. Sovan Chakraborty (Max plank for Physics)   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:30 Core-Collapse Supernova Neutrino Detection - Dr. Alexander Himmel (Duke University)   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:45 Underground Physics with LBNE - Prof. Giles Barr (Oxford University)   (Auditorium 3B)
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13:00 Heavy neutrino hunting in Higgs- and Z decays at high luminosity Higgs and Z factory. - Alain Blondel (UNIGE)   (Auditorium 3B)
13:13 Minimal SO(10) unification at two loops - Dr. Michal Malinsky (Charles University in Prague)   (Auditorium 3B)
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11:30
Top-quark and ElectroWeak Physics - Shinya Kanemura (University of Toyama) Dr. Roberto Chierici (CNRS) (until 13:50) ()
11:30 New Results and Combination of the Top-Quark Mass at CDF - Jonathan Lewis (Fermilab)   ()
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11:45 Measurement of the top quark mass with the D0 detector - Oleg Brandt (U Heidelberg - KIP)   ()
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12:00 Top mass measurements using the ATLAS detector at the LHC - Sr. Kaven Yau Wong (Physikalisches Institut Universitaet Bonn)   ()
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12:20 CMS Measurements of the top quark mass, including alternative techniques and differential measurements - Dr. Rainer Wallny (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)   ()
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12:40 New method for precise determination of top quark mass at LHC - Sra. Sayaka Kawabata (Tohoku University)   ()
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12:55 Combined Top Quark Physics Results from ATLAS and CMS - Dr. Maria Aldaya Martin (University of Hamburg, Germany)   ()
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13:10 Measurement of the charged and neutral current DY process, forward-backward asymmetry and the determination of the weak mixing angle with the ATLAS detector - Uta Klein (University of Liverpool)   ()
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11:35
Strong Interactions and Hadron Physics -Sr. Sven-Olaf Moch (Univ. Hamburg) (until 13:35) (Sala 3+4)
11:35 Inclusive deep-inelastic scattering at HERA - Dr. Vladimir Chekelian (MPI for Physics)   (Sala 3+4)
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11:50 PDF constraints from CMS measurements - Dr. Katerina Lipka (DESY)   (Sala 3+4)
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12:05 Impact of ATLAS data on parton density functions - Dr. Frank Ellinghaus (Mainz University)   (Sala 3+4)
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12:20 Nucleon PDF separation with the collider and fixed-target data. - Dr. Sergey Alekhin (Instite for High Energy Physics (Protvino, Russia))   (Sala 3+4)
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12:35 HERAPDF fits of the proton parton densities - Katarzyna Wichmann (DESY)   (Sala 3+4)
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12:50 Updates of PDFs for the 2nd LHC run - Dr. Patrick Motylinski (UCL)   (Sala 3+4)
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13:05 NNPDF3.0: Next Generation PDFs for LHC Run II - Dr. Juan Rojo (University of Oxford)   (Sala 3+4)
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9:00
Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology -Sr. Juande Zornoza (IFIC) (until 11:00) (Auditorium 3A)
9:00 Status of the early construction phase of the BAIKAL-GVD - Dr. Bair Shaybonov (JINR)   (Auditorium 3A)
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9:18 Recent Results of the ANTARES Neutrino Telescope - Dr. Giulia De Bonis (INFN)   (Auditorium 3A)
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9:35 Dark Matter Searches with ANTARES Neutrino Telescope - Miguel Ardid (Universitat Politècnica de València)   (Auditorium 3A)
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9:48 Status and physics goals of KM3NeT - Dr. Paolo Piattelli (INFN)   (Auditorium 3A)
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10:06 Status of GADZOOKS!: Neutron Tagging in Super-Kamiokande - Sr. Pablo Fernández (UAM)   (Auditorium 3A)
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10:24 Measurement of the TeV atmospheric muon charge ratio with the full OPERA data set - Dr. Nicoletta Mauri (Università di Bologna and INFN)   (Auditorium 3A)
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10:42 On the flavor composition of the high-energy neutrino events in IceCube - Dr. Sergio Palomares-Ruiz (IFIC)   (Auditorium 3A)
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9:00
BEH Physics - Dmitri Denisov (Fermilab) (until 11:00) (Auditorium 1)
9:00 Effective Lagrangian approach to the EWSB sector - Sr. Juan Gonzalez-Fraile (Universitat de Barcelona)   (Auditorium 1)
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9:15 Global Bayesian analysis of the Higgs couplings - Sr. Diptimoy Ghosh (INFN, Rome)   (Auditorium 1)
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9:30 Higgs boson production constraints on anomalous fermion couplings - Prof. German Valencia (Iowa State University)   (Auditorium 1)
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9:45 Softening Higgs Naturalness: an Effective Field Theory Analysis - Dr. Shaouly Bar-Shalom (Technion, Haifa, Israel)   (Auditorium 1)
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10:00 EW Chiral Lagrangian with a Light Higgs and the gamma gamma--> WL+ WL− and gamma gamma-->ZL ZL scattering at One Loop - Dr. Juan Jose Sanz-Cillero (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid - IFT)   (Auditorium 1)
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10:15 Vacuum stability, Higgs and top masses, and new physics - Prof. Vincenzo Branchina (University of Catania)   (Auditorium 1)
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10:30 Dilaton vs Higgs: Nearly Conformal Physics - Dr. Gennady Kozlov (JINR)   (Auditorium 1)
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10:45 Higgs boson physics and LHC phenomenology in an inverted-hierarchy flavor symmetry model - Dr. Edmond BERGER (Argonne National Laboratory, USA)   (Auditorium 1)
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9:00
Detector RD and Performance -Dr. Ivan Vila Alvarez (Instituto de Física de Cantabria (CSIC-UC)) (until 11:00) (Auditorium 3B)
9:00 Optimization of a detector for the ILC - Dr. Taikan Suehara (Kyushu University)   (Auditorium 3B)
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9:20 Engineering Challenges for detectors at the ILC - Marco Oriunno (SLAC)   (Auditorium 3B)
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9:40 CLIC detector: performance optimisation for e+e- physics above 1 TeV and status of the corresponding R&D activities - Marcel Demarteau (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Auditorium 3B)
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10:00 Potential and challenges of the physics measurements with very forward detectors at linear colliders - Prof. Ivanka Bozovic Jelisavcic (Vinca Institute of Nuclear Sciences)   (Auditorium 3B)
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10:20 Development of Massive Liquid Argon TPCs for LBNE - Prof. Jarek Nowak (U. Lancaster (United Kingdom))   (Auditorium 3B)
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10:40 Sensitivity of the DANSS detector to short range neutrino oscillations - Prof. Mikhail Danilov (ITEP, Representig the DANSS Collaboration (ITEP-JINR))   (Auditorium 3B)
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9:00
Flavour Physics -Prof. Rick Van Kooten (Indiana University) (until 11:00) (Sala 3+4)
9:00 Prospects for K+ ->pi+ nu nu observation at CERN in NA62 - Dr. Antonino Sergi (University of Birmingham (United Kingdom))   (Sala 3+4)
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9:15 High statistics measurement of the K+ --> pi0 e+ nu (Ke3) decay form-factors - Prof. Vladimir Obraztsov (Institute for High Energy Physics, Protvino, Russian Federation)   (Sala 3+4)
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9:30 Study of $CP$-violating charge asymmetries of like-sign dimuons and first measurement of the forward-backward asymmetry in the production of B+ mesons in pp(bar) collisions - Marjorie Corcoran (Rice U niversity)   (Sala 3+4)
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9:45 Status of the KL->pi0nunu Experiment at J-PARC - Dr. Tadashi Nomura (KEK)   (Sala 3+4)
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10:00 Recent KLOE results on Kaon Physics - Dr. eryk czerwinski (LNF (Frascati, Italy))   (Sala 3+4)
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10:15 Flavor Changing Heavy Higgs Interactions at the LHC - Prof. Chung Kao (University of Oklahoma)   (Sala 3+4)
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10:30 Constraints on a Class of Two-Higgs Doublet Models with tree level FCNC - Dr. Miguel Nebot (U. of Valencia - IFIC)   (Sala 3+4)
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10:45 b-flavour tagging in pp collisions - Mirco Dorigo (EPFL)   (Sala 3+4)
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9:00
Lepton Flavour Violation -Prof. David Hitlin (Caltech) (until 11:20) (Sala 6+7)
9:00 Search for lepton-flavour violating muon decay in MEG - Dr. donato nicolo (Pisa University & INFN)   (Sala 6+7)
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9:30 The Mu2e Experiment at Fermilab - Andrei Gaponenko (Fermilab)   (Sala 6+7)
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10:00 The COMET experiment: A search for muon-to-electron conversion at J-PARC - Dr. Hajime NISHIGUCHI (KEK)   (Sala 6+7)
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10:30 Search for Muon to Electron Conversion in Nuclear Field at J-PARC MLF - Dr. Yohei Nakatsugawa (High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK))   (Sala 6+7)
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9:00
Neutrino Physics - Steve Brice (Fermilab) (until 11:00) (Auditorium 2)
9:00 Quasi-elastic scattering, RPA, 2p2h and neutrino energy reconstruction - Dr. Juan M Nieves (IFIC, CSIC-UV)   (Auditorium 2)
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9:15 Quasi-Elastic Scattering in MINERvA - Dr. Heidi Schellman (Northwestern University (United States))   (Auditorium 2)
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9:30 Studies of the Nuclear Environment in MINERvA - Dr. Richard Gran (University of Minnesota Duluth)   (Auditorium 2)
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9:45 Effective Spectral Function for Quasielastic Scattering on Nuclei - Prof. Arie Bodek (University of Rochester)   (Auditorium 2)
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10:00 Analysis of muon and electron neutrino charged current interactions in the T2K near detectors - Dr. Anthony Hillairet (University of Victoria)   (Auditorium 2)
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10:15 Measurement of Reactor Antineutrino Flux and Spectrum at Daya Bay - Dr. Weili Zhong (Institute of High Energy Physics)   (Auditorium 2)
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10:30 Electromagnetic interactions of neutrinos: a window to new physics - Prof. Alexander Studenikin (Moscow State University and JINR-Dubna)   (Auditorium 2)
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10:45 Neutrinos and Nuclear Astrophysics at LUNA - Dr. Carlo Gustavino (INFN-Roma)   (Auditorium 2)
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9:00
Strong Interactions and Hadron Physics -Dr. Ulla Blumenschein (Goettingen university) (until 11:05) (Sala 1)
9:00 Jet physics: algorithms and jet substructure techniques - Matteo Cacciari (LPTHE Paris)   (Sala 1)
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9:25 Measurements of jet production properties in pp collisions with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Bogdan Malaescu (LPNHE Paris)   (Sala 1)
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9:45 Jet production and alpha_s measurements at CMS - Dr. GEORGIOS MAVROMANOLAKIS (UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS)   (Sala 1)
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10:05 Jet production and QCD measurements at HERA - Dr. Pawel Sopicki (INP Cracow)   (Sala 1)
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10:20 Alpha_s determination from the C-parameter distribution - Dr. Vicent Mateu (IFIC)   (Sala 1)
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10:35 Alpha_s from tau decays: higher orders and perturbative behaviour - Dr. Diogo Boito (Technische Universitaet Muenchen --- TUM)   (Sala 1)
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10:50 Precise alpha_s determination from the low-z parton-to-hadron fragmentation functions - Dr. David d'Enterria (CERN)   (Sala 1)
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9:00
Top-quark and ElectroWeak Physics -Dr. Roberto Chierici (CNRS) Prof. Jessie Shelton (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) (until 9:35) (Sala 8+9)
9:00 A measurement of the electro-weak mixing angle and an indirect measurement of the W mass at CDF - Prof. Arie Bodek (University of Rochester)   (Sala 8+9)
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9:20 Measurement of the W boson mass with the D0 detector - Dr. Hengne Li (University of Virginia)   (Sala 8+9)
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9:35
Top-quark and ElectroWeak Physics -Prof. Jessie Shelton (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) Dr. Roberto Chierici (CNRS) (until 11:00) (Sala 8+9)
9:35 Measurement of WW production with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Kristin Lohwasser (DESY Zeuthen)   (Sala 8+9)
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9:50 Measurement of the electroweak production cross section of same-sign WW bosons associated with dijets with the ATLAS detector - Sr. Christian Gumpert (IKTP, TU Dresden)   (Sala 8+9)
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10:05 Double-boson and triple-boson production from CMS and limits on aTGC and QGC - Sr. Phillip R. Dudero (Texas Tech University)   (Sala 8+9)
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10:25 Measurement of VZ production cross sections in VZ to Vbbbar decay channels in pp collisions at 8 TeV from CMS - Sr. Philipp David ELLER (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)   (Sala 8+9)
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10:40 NLO QCD corrections to VVjj production at the LHC - Dr. Francisco Campanario (IFIC, UV-CSIC)   (Sala 8+9)
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11:00 --- Coffee ---
11:30
Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology -Sr. Juande Zornoza (IFIC) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 3A)
11:30 Astrophysical Neutrinos with the IceCube Detector - Joanna Kiryluk (Stony Brook University)   (Auditorium 3A)
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11:54 Atmospheric neutrinos at high energy - Thomas Gaisser (University of Delaware)   (Auditorium 3A)
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12:18 Radio Arrays for Detecting Ultra-high Energy Cosmic Neutrinos - Keith Bechtol (KICP / University of Chicago)   (Auditorium 3A)
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12:42 Acoustic Detection of Neutrinos: Review and Future Potential - Dr. Robert Lahmann (Erlangen Centre for Astroparticle Physics (ECAP))   (Auditorium 3A)
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13:06 Review on gravitational wave detectors - Prof. Alicia Sintes (Universitat de les Illes Balears)   (Auditorium 3A)
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11:30
BEH Physics - Dmitri Denisov (Fermilab) (until 13:35) (Auditorium 1)
11:30 Search for low-mass CP odd Higgs boson - Sr. Rocky So (University of British Columbia)   (Auditorium 1)
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11:45 Searches for Pseudo-scalar Higgs Bosons in the context of 2HDM, MSSM, and NMSSM scenarios with the ATLAS Detector - Dr. Eric Feng (Argonne National Laboratory (United States))   (Auditorium 1)
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12:05 Searches for production of two Higgs bosons using the CMS detector - Dr. Olivier Bondu (CERN)   (Auditorium 1)
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12:20 Bounds on Neutral and Charged Higgs from the LHC - Sr. Victor Ilisie (IFIC)   (Auditorium 1)
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12:35 Status of the Type-II 2HDM - Dr. Martin Wiebusch (IPPP Durham)   (Auditorium 1)
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12:50 Radiative corrections to Higgs coupling constants in two Higgs doublet models - Sra. Mariko Kikuchi (University of Toyama)   (Auditorium 1)
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13:05 Searches for a high-mass Higgs boson in the ZZ and WW decay channels with the CMS detector - Dr. Oscar Gonzalez Lopez (CIEMAT (Madrid, Spain)) Dr. Oscar Gonzalez Lopez (CIEMAT)   (Auditorium 1)
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13:20 Search for a High mass Higgs using the ATLAS detector - Mark Neubauer (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)   (Auditorium 1)
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11:30
Beyond the Standard Model -Prof. Tobias Golling (Yale) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 2)
11:30 Kinematic reconstruction of vector-like tops from fully hadronic events - Sr. Martin Stoll (The University of Tokyo)   (Auditorium 2)
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11:45 Searches for vector-like quarks, tt and tb resonances with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Timothy Andeen (Columbia University)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:00 Searches for vector-like quarks and heavy resonances decaying to 3rd generation quarks with the CMS detector - Dr. Roman Kogler (University of Hamburg, Germany)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:15 Prospects for BSM searches at the high-luminosity LHC with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Frederik Ruehr (University of Freiburg)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:30 Prospects for BSM searches at the high-luminosity LHC with the CMS detector - Dr. Lesya Shchutska (Univ. of Florida, United States)   (Auditorium 2)
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12:45 Discovering Supersymmetry and Dark Matter at the International Linear Collider - Dr. Mikael Berggren (DESY)   (Auditorium 2)
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13:00 Prospects for Beyond Standard Model Physics at CLIC - Dr. Philipp Roloff (CERN)   (Auditorium 2)
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13:15 Search for rare phenomena at FCC-ee - Maurizio Pierini (CERN)   (Auditorium 2)
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11:30
Detector RD and Performance - Francesco Forti (University and INFN, Pisa) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 3B)
11:30 CMS Trigger Improvements towards Run II - Dr. Darin Acosta (Univ. of Florida, United States)   (Auditorium 3B)
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11:50 Towards a Level-1 tracking trigger for the ATLAS experiment - Prof. Antonella De Santo (Univ. of Sussex (UK))   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:10 Highly granular digital electromagnetic Calorimeter with MAPS - Dr. Elena Rocco (Nikhef)   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:30 Strategies for using GAPDs as tracker detectors in future linear colliders - Dr. Eva Vilella (University of Barcelona)   (Auditorium 3B)
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12:50 The Mu2e Straw Tube Tracker and Crystal Calorimeter of the Mu2e Experiment - Prof. David Hitlin (Caltech)   (Auditorium 3B)
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11:30
Flavour Physics -Prof. Ahmed Ali (DESY) (until 13:15) (Sala 3+4)
11:30 Semileptonic and leptonic B and $B_s$ decays at Belle - Sr. Robin Glattauer (HEPHY Vienna)   (Sala 3+4)
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11:45 The inclusive determination of Vcb - Dr. Kristopher Healey (University of Turin)   (Sala 3+4)
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12:00 Semileptonic decays at LHCb - Dr. Brian Hamilton (University of Maryland)   (Sala 3+4)
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12:15 Higher order corrections to inclusive semileptonic B decays - Andrea Alberti (University of Turin)   (Sala 3+4)
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12:30 Exclusive semileptonic B decays to high-mass charm hadrons - Dr. Thomas Lück (University of Victoria)   (Sala 3+4)
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12:45 Towards a quantitative understanding of the $D\to \pi$ and $B\to \pi$ semileptonic decays - Dr. Arantza Oyanguren (IFIC- Valencia)   (Sala 3+4)
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13:00 A new way to search for right-handed currents in semileptonic $B \to \rho \ell \bar\nu$ decay - Sr. Sascha Turczyk (University of Mainz)   (Sala 3+4)
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11:30
Formal Theory Developments -Dr. Esperanza Lopez (Instituto de Fisica Teorica-UAM/CSIC) (until 13:30) (Sala 8+9)
11:30 On the smallness of the cosmological constant in SUGRA models with Planck scale SUSY breaking and degenerate vacua - Dr. Roman Nevzorov (University of Adelaide)   (Sala 8+9)
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12:00 Calculating repetitively.III: - Prof. Gopinath Kamath (Indian Institute of Technology Madras)   (Sala 8+9)
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12:30 Vacuum instability in holography - Prof. Koji Hashimoto (Osaka university / RIKEN)   (Sala 8+9)
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13:00 N=2 SUGRA BPS Multi-center solutions, quadratic prepotentials and Freudenthal transformations - Dr. torrente-lujan emilio (universidad de murcia)   (Sala 8+9)
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11:30
Heavy Ions -Dr. Elena Gonzalez Ferreiro (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela) (until 13:30) (Sala 2)
11:30 Jets and high-pT probes of the QGP measured by the ALICE experiment - Sr. Gustavo Conesa Balbastre (LPSC-CNRS)   (Sala 2)
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11:50 Jets and high-pT probes of the QGP in CMS - Dr. Garberson Pelin Kurt (Univ. of Illinois at Chicago, United States)   (Sala 2)
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12:10 Measurement of Hard Probes of the Quark-Gluon Plasma with the ATLAS Experiment at the LHC - Dr. Barbara Krystyna Wosiek (Polish Academy of Sciences (Poland))   (Sala 2)
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12:30 The onset of the ridge structure in AA, pA and pp collisions. - Sr. Alexis Moscoso Rial (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela)   (Sala 2)
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12:50 Remarks on the U(1) axial symmetry and the chiral transition in QCD at finite temperature - Dr. Enrico Meggiolaro (University of Pisa (ITALY))   (Sala 2)
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11:30
Lattice QCD (until 13:30) (Sala 6+7)
11:30 Inclusion of isospin breaking effects in lattice simulations - Dr. Antonin Portelli (University of Southampton)   (Sala 6+7)
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12:00 Lattice QCD studies of the leading order hadronic contribution to the muon g-2 - Gregorio Herdoiza (KPH Mainz & IFT Madrid)   (Sala 6+7)
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12:30 Progress of lattice calculation of light-by-light contribution to muon g-2 - Dr. Eigo Shintani (Mainz Univ.)   (Sala 6+7)
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12:50 The strange and charm quark contributions to the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon from lattice QCD - Dr. Jonna Koponen (University of Glasgow)   (Sala 6+7)
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13:10 Fits and Related Systematics for the Hadronic Vacuum Polarization on the Lattice - Santiago Peris (U. Autonoma de Barcelona, Spain)   (Sala 6+7)
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11:35
Strong Interactions and Hadron Physics - Daniel de Florian de Florian (Universidad de Buenos Aires) Dr. Ulla Blumenschein (Goettingen university) (until 13:30) (Sala 1)
11:35 NLO + Parton Showers merging: current status and future perspectives - Dr. Emanuele Re (University of Oxford)   (Sala 1)
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12:00 Tevatron Energy Scan: Findings & Surprises - Prof. Rick Field (Florida)   (Sala 1)
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12:15 Soft QCD, Minimum bias and UE measurements at ATLAS - Dr. Oleg Zenin (IHEP Serpukhov)   (Sala 1)
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12:30 Matching NLO with parton shower in Monte Carlo scheme - Dr. Sebastian Sapeta (CERN)   (Sala 1)
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12:45 Minimum Bias, MPI and DPS, and Diffractive and Exclusive measurements at CMS and TOTEM - Dr. Dipanwita Dutta (Scientist and Associate Professor, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai)   (Sala 1)
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13:00 Measurement of the total cross section of pp collisons at sqrt(s)=7 TeV from elastic scattering with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Hasko Stenzel (Giessen University)   (Sala 1)
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13:15 Soft QCD measurements at LHCb - Dr. Dmytro Volyanskyy (Max-Planck-Institut für Kernphysik)   (Sala 1)
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9:00
Closed meeting : Linear Collider Board (LCB) (until 16:00) ()
9:00 Linear Collider Overview - Prof. lyndon evans (cern)   ()
9:30 ILC Status - Michael Harrison (BNL)   ()
10:30 --- Break ---
10:50 CLIC Status - Prof. Steinar Stapnes (CERN)   ()
11:35 Linear Collider Detector Status - Hitoshi Yamamoto (Tohoku University)   ()
12:20 --- Lunch ---
14:00 LCB Subcommittee 1 on Governance, etc. - Sachio Komamiya (University of Tokyo)   ()
14:30 LCB Subcommittee 2 on an International Agreement for the ILC Project - Sachio Komamiya (University of Tokyo)   ()
14:40 Regional Reports (3x10) - Prof. Jie GAO (IHEP, Beijing, China) Francois Le Diberder (LAL) Lenny Rivkin (PSI) Harry Weerts (ANL)   ()
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15:10 --- Break ---
15:30 Future LCB Meetings   ()
15:35 Any Other Business   ()
9:00
Opening Ceremony -Prof. Francisco Botella (IFIC) (until 10:30) (Auditorium 1)
9:00 CERN Director General - Prof. Rolf-Dieter Heuer (CERN)   (Auditorium 1)
9:10 Valencian Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports - Srta. Maria José Catalá   (Auditorium 1)
9:20 Spanish Secretary of State for Research, Development and Innovation - Dr. Carmen Vela (MICIN)   (Auditorium 1)
9:30 Inflationary Cosmology and Particle Physics - Prof. Alan Guth (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   (Auditorium 1)
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10:30 --- Coffee ---
10:45
Plenary Session -Prof. Teresa Dova (Univ. Nacional de La Plata) (until 13:45) (Auditorium 1)
10:45 Physics of the Brout-Englert-Higgs boson in ATLAS - Dr. Marumi M. Kado (LAL-Orsay (France))   (Auditorium 1)
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11:15 Physics of the Brout-Englert-Higgs boson in CMS - Dr. André David (CERN)   (Auditorium 1)
CMS Higgs results released during ICHEP 2014
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Twiki of CMS Higgs results
11:45 Physics of the Brout-Englert-Higgs boson: theory - Prof. Christophe Grojean (ICREA/IFAE (Spain))   (Auditorium 1)
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12:15 Results on Physics Beyond the Standard Model from ATLAS and CMS - Dr. Frank Wuerthwein (UC San Diego (United States))   (Auditorium 1)
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12:45 Physics Beyond the Standard Model: theory - Dr. Marcela Carena (Fermilab (Unites States))   (Auditorium 1)
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13:15 Electroweak Physics: highlights of experimental results at low energy - Dr. Roger Carlini (Jefferson Lab (United States))   (Auditorium 1)
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8:30
Plenary Session -Prof. Gustavo Castelo-Branco (CFTP Lisbon) (until 11:00) (Auditorium 1)
8:30 Rare decays in quark flavour physics - Dr. Johannes Albrecht (TU Dortmund (Germany))   (Auditorium 1)
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9:00 CP-Violation and B-Physics: experimental results and future prospects - Prof. Thomas E Browder (University of Hawaii (United States))   (Auditorium 1)
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9:30 Looking for physics beyond the SM via the Flavour Window - Prof. Gino Isidori (University of Zurich (Switzerland))   (Auditorium 1)
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10:00 Highlights of Heavy Ions experimental results - Prof. Johannes P. Wessels (Univ. Muenster (Germany))   (Auditorium 1)
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10:30 Heavy Ions Physics: theory - Prof. Charles Gale (McGill Univ. Montreal (Canada))   (Auditorium 1)
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11:00 --- Coffee ---
11:30
Plenary Session -Prof. Soo-Bong Kim (Univ. Seoul) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 1)
11:30 QCD and hadron physics: theory - Prof. Paolo Nason (INFN Milano-Bicocca (Italy))   (Auditorium 1)
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12:00 Probing the strong interactions: highlights of experimental results - Dr. Chiara Roda (University and INFN of Pisa (Italy))   (Auditorium 1)
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12:30 Hadron Spectroscopy - Dr. Haiping Peng (Univ. of Science and Technology (China))   (Auditorium 1)
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13:00 Progress in Lattice QCD: a new landscape - Prof. Aida X El-Khadra (University of Illinois (United States))   (Auditorium 1)
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8:30
Plenary Session -Prof. James Brau (Univ. Oregon) (until 11:00) (Auditorium 1)
8:30 Poster prizes. Elsevier young scientist awards - Dr. Eleonora Presani (ELS-AMS)   (Auditorium 1)
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8:40 IUPAP-C11 report - Dr. Heidi Schellman (Northwestern University (United States))   (Auditorium 1)
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9:00 ICFA report - Prof. Joachim Mnich (DESY)   (Auditorium 1)
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9:20 IUPAP young scientist prize winner on theoretical high energy physics - Dr. Claude Duhr (University of Durham (United Kingdom))   (Auditorium 1)
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9:40 IUPAP young scientist prize winner on experimenal high energy physics - Dr. Kerstin Tackmann (DESY (Germany))   (Auditorium 1)
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10:00 Formal Theory developments - Dr. Jose L. F. Barbón (IFT UAM/CSIC (Spain))   (Auditorium 1)
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10:30 Very High Energy Neutrinos - Dr. Alexander Kappes (ECAP, Univ. of Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany))   (Auditorium 1)
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11:00 --- Coffee ---
11:30
Plenary Session -Prof. Geoffrey Norman Taylor (Univ. Melbourne) (until 13:30) (Auditorium 1)
11:30 Computing in High Energy Physics - Dr. Richard Mount (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory (United States))   (Auditorium 1)
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12:00 Detector R&D in Particle Physics - Prof. P. P. Allport (University of Liverpool (United Kingdom))   (Auditorium 1)
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12:30 Energy-frontier colliders - the road ahead - Dr. N. J. Walker (DESY Hamburg (Germany))   (Auditorium 1)
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13:00 Education, Communication and Outreach - Dr. Hans Peter Beck (Universitat Bern (Switzerland))   (Auditorium 1)
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15:00
Registration (until 20:00) ()
12:30
Top-quark and ElectroWeak Physics -Dr. Roberto Chierici (CNRS) Dr. Maria Jose Costa (IFIC) (until 13:30) (Sala 3+4)
12:30 Single top quark production at CDF - Dr. Sandra Leone (INFN Pisa)   (Sala 3+4)
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12:50 Measurement of the single top quark production cross section with the D0 detector - Prof. Christian Schwanenberger (University of Manchester)   (Sala 3+4)
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13:10 Measurement of single top quark production in pp collisions at CMS - Sr. Mario Merola (INFN Sezione di Napoli (IT))   (Sala 3+4)
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13:30 --- Lunch ---
15:00
Accelerator Physics and Future Colliders -Dr. Stephen Peggs (BNL) (until 17:30) (Sala 1)
15:00 J-PARC Accelerator Status - Prof. Fujio Naito (KEK)   (Sala 1)
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15:25 Beamline for the LBNE Project - Dr. Heidi Schellman (Northwestern University (United States))   (Sala 1)
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15:40 Muon Accelerators for High Energy Physics Applications: nuSTORM, NuMAX & Beyond... - Dr. Mark Palmer (Fermilab)   (Sala 1)
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16:05 The status of the construction of MICE Step IV - Prof. Kenneth Long (Imperial College London)   (Sala 1)
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16:20 Development of the fast kicker for the muon g-2 experiment - Dr. SeungCheon Kim (Cornell University)   (Sala 1)
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16:35 High Precision Energy Calibration by Resonant Depolarization at VEPP-4M Collider - Dr. Sergei Nikitin (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics)   (Sala 1)
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16:50 AWAKE : A proton-driven plasma wakefield acceleration experiment at CERN - Dr. Chiara Bracco (CERN)   (Sala 1)
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17:05 Neutron-Anti-Neutron Oscillations - Dr. Camille Theroine (European Spallation Source)   (Sala 1)
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15:00
Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology -Dr. Esteban Roulet (CONICET) (until 17:33) (Auditorium 3A)
15:00 The Dark Energy Survey - Dr. Eusebio Sanchez (CIEMAT)   (Auditorium 3A)
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15:24 Constraints on the dark matter interaction sector via extra radiation contributions - Dr. Roberto Lineros (IFIC)   (Auditorium 3A)
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15:42 The Dark Matter Self-Interaction and Its Impact on the Critical Mass for Dark Matter Evaporations Inside the Sun - Sr. Yen-Hsun Lin (IoP, Nat'l Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan)   (Auditorium 3A)
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16:00 Precision predictions for supersymmetric dark matter - Prof. Michael Klasen (Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Münster)   (Auditorium 3A)
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16:18 Halo-Independent analysis of direct dark matter detection data for any WIMP interaction - Prof. Graciela Gelmini (University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA))   (Auditorium 3A)
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16:36 Sommerfeld enhancements and relic abundance of neutralino dark matter in the general MSSM - Dr. Pedro Ruiz-Femenia (IFIC, Valencia)   (Auditorium 3A)
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16:54 Nuclear Form Factors for Direct Dark Matter Detection - Dr. Sonja Orrigo (IFIC Valencia)   (Auditorium 3A)
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17:12 Dark Matter in scalar extensions of the Standard Model - Dr. Dorota Sokolowska (University of Warsaw)   (Auditorium 3A)
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15:00
Beyond the Standard Model - Filip Moortgat (CERN) (until 17:30) (Auditorium 2)
15:00 Hunting light SUSY: combined impact of LHC searches - Dr. Krzysztof Rolbiecki (IFT Madrid)   (Auditorium 2)
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15:15 SUSY fits with full LHC Run I data - Sr. Kees Jan de Vries (Imperial College London)   (Auditorium 2)
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15:30 The LHC confronts the pMSSM - Sr. Matthew Cahill-Rowley (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Auditorium 2)
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15:45 Searches for supersymmetry in resonance production and R-parity violating prompt signatures with the ATLAS and CMS detector - Sr. Roger Caminal Armadans (Institut de Física d'Altes Energies (IFAE))   (Auditorium 2)
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16:05 Search for Beyond the Standard Model Physics in multi-leptonic and photonic final states with the CMS detector - Dr. Pablo Martinez Ruiz Del Arbol (ETH Zürich, Switzerland)   (Auditorium 2)
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16:20 Searches for new Physics in events with multiple leptons with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Luca Fiorini (IFIC / U. Valencia)   (Auditorium 2)
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16:35 Search for Long-lived particles at CMS - Sr. Paul Lujan (Princeton University)   (Auditorium 2)
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16:50 Searches for long-lived particles, lepton-jets, stable and meta-stable particles with the ATLAS detector - Dr. Matthew King (IFIC)   (Auditorium 2)
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17:05 Searches for extra dimensions with the ATLAS and CMS detectors - Sr. Jan Kretzschmar (University of Liverpool)   (Auditorium 2)
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15:00
Computing and Data Handling -Prof. Gang CHEN (Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS) Ian Fisk (FNAL) (until 17:30) (Sala 2)
15:00 The LHCb trigger system: performance and outlook - Dr. Tim Head (CERN)   (Sala 2)
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15:30 Computing at Belle II - Dr. Silvio Pardi (INFN)   (Sala 2)
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16:00 ATLAS Computing challenges before the next LHC run - Prof. Dario Barberis (Università e INFN Genova)   (Sala 2)
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16:30 CMS Computing Preparations for Run2 - Dr. Maria Girone (CERN)   (Sala 2)
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17:00 Data processing and storage in the Daya Bay Reactor Antineutrino Experiment - Dr. Miao He (Institute of High Energy Physics, Beijing)   (Sala 2)
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15:00
Detector RD and Performance -Dr. Felix Sefkow (DESY) (until 17:30) (Sala 6+7)
15:00 Status of the ATLAS calorimeters: their performance during three years of LHC operation and plans for future upgrades - Prof. Stephanie Majewski (University of Oregon (United States))   (Sala 6+7)
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15:20 Role of the CMS electromagnetic calorimeter in the measurement of the Higgs boson properties and search for new physics - Federico Ferri (CEA/Saclay Irfu/SPP)   (Sala 6+7)
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15:35 Performance of highly granular calorimeters in test beams - Dr. MaryCruz Fouz (CIEMAT)   (Sala 6+7)
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15:55 Comparison of test beam data from imaging calorimeters with GEANT4 simulations - Dr. Eva Sicking (CERN)   (Sala 6+7)
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16:15 Design options for the upgrade of the CMS electromagnetic calorimeter - Dr. Riccardo Paramatti (INFN - Rome)   (Sala 6+7)
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16:35 Phase I Upgrade of the CMS Hadron Calorimeter - Seth Cooper (University of Alabama)   (Sala 6+7)
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16:50 Totally Active Scintillator Calorimeter for the Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment - Sr. Ruslan Asfandiyarov (University of Geneva)   (Sala 6+7)
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17:10 The ATLAS Forward Proton (AFP) detector - Sr. Sebastian Grinstein (ICREA/IFAE-Barcelona)   (Sala 6+7)
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15:00
Neutrino Physics - Steve Brice (Fermilab) (until 17:30) (Auditorium 3B)
15:00 Updated three-neutrino oscillation parameters from global fits - Dr. Mariam Tórtola (IFIC, Valencia)   (Auditorium 3B)
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15:15 Latest results on nu_mu -> nu_tau oscillations from the OPERA experiment - Dr. Masahiro Komatsu (Nagoya University, JAPAN)   (Auditorium 3B)
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15:30 Precision measurement of muon neutrino disappearance by T2K - Alexander Himmel (Duke University)   (Auditorium 3B)
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15:45 Initial probe of delta_CP by T2K with muon neutrino disappearance and electron neutrino appearance - Srta. Lorena Escudero (IFIC)   (Auditorium 3B)
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16:00 Commissioning and Early Performance of the NOvA Detectors - Prof. Jim Musser (Indiana university)   (Auditorium 3B)
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16:15 The need for an early anti neutrino run for NOvA - Prof. Sankagiri Umasankar (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay)   (Auditorium 3B)
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16:30 LBNE in the Precision Era of Neutrino Oscillation: Status and Schedule - Dr. Zelimir Djurcic (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Auditorium 3B)
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16:45 The LAGUNA/LBNO neutrino observatory in Europe - Vyacheslav Galymov (IPNL, CNRS/IN2P3)   (Auditorium 3B)
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17:00 Hyper-Kamiokande: A next generation neutrino observatory to search for CP violation in the lepton sector - Sr. hirohisa tanaka (UBC/IPP)   (Auditorium 3B)
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17:15 Intense Neutrino Super Beam Experiment for Leptonic CP Violation Discovery based on the European Spallation Source Linac - Dr. Marcos Dracos (IPHC/IN2P3 Strasbourg)   (Auditorium 3B)
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15:00
Strong Interactions and Hadron Physics -Prof. Stefano Forte (Milan University) (until 17:40) (Sala 8+9)
15:00 Heavy flavour spectroscopy and production in the forward acceptance at the LHC - Tomasz Skwarnicki (Syracuse University)   (Sala 8+9)
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15:15 Hadroproduction of $\Upsilon(nS)$ above the $B\bar{B}$ threshold and implications for $Y_b(10890)$ - Prof. Ahmed Ali (DESY)   (Sala 8+9)
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15:30 Quarkonium (-like) states at BELLE - Dr. Pavel Krokovny (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics and Novosibirsk State University)   (Sala 8+9)
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15:45 Quarkonium (-like) states at BABAR - Srta. Elisa Fioravanti (INFN Ferrara)   (Sala 8+9)
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16:00 Production of light mesons at BABAR - Dr. Vladimir Druzhinin (Novosibirsk State University / BINP)   (Sala 8+9)
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16:15 Study of baryon productions at Belle and BABAR - Dr. Min-Zu Wang (Taiwan National University)   (Sala 8+9)
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16:30 Hadron Spectroscopy at BESIII - Sr. Shuangshi Fang (Inistitute of High Energy Physics, CAS, China)   (Sala 8+9)
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16:45 Recent results on e+e- ->hadrons cross sections from SND and CMD-3 detectors at VEPP-2000 collider - Dr. Tatyana Dimova (BINP/NSU Novosibirsk Russia)   (Sala 8+9)
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17:00 Heavy flavour production at ATLAS and CMS - Dr. Hermine K Woehri (CERN)   (Sala 8+9)
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17:15 Double Parton Studies at D0: Measurements of the prompt single J/psi and double J/psi production cross section and studies of photon + 3 jets events and photon +b/c+2 jet events - Dr. Don Lincoln (Fermilab)   (Sala 8+9)
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15:00
Top-quark and ElectroWeak Physics -Dr. Maria Jose Costa (IFIC) Prof. Jessie Shelton (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) (until 15:35) (Sala 3+4)
15:00 Single Top quark production cross section using the ATLAS detector at the LHC - Dr. Dominic Hirschbuehl (University Wuppertal)   (Sala 3+4)
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15:20 Measurement of top quark properties in single top production at CMS - Dr. Efe Yazgan (Ghent University)   (Sala 3+4)
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15:35
Top-quark and ElectroWeak Physics -Dr. Maria Jose Costa (IFIC) Prof. Jessie Shelton (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) (until 17:30) (Sala 3+4)
15:35 Top quark pair production and top quark properties at CDF - Dr. Chang-Seong Moon (CNRS-Paris and INFN-Pisa)   (Sala 3+4)
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15:55 Top quark pair production and top quark properties at D0 - Prof. Regina Demina (Rochester)   (Sala 3+4)
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16:15 Measurement of top quark properties using the ATLAS detector at the LHC - Dr. Simon Head (University of Birmingham)   (Sala 3+4)
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16:35 Measurements of top quark properties in top pair production and decay at the LHC using the CMS detector - Dr. Sergo Jindariani (Fermi National Accelerator Lab., United States)   (Sala 3+4)
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16:55 Constraining top-Z couplings through ttb+Z production at the LHC - Dr. Raoul Rontsch (Fermilab)   (Sala 3+4)
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17:10 Search for Top Quark Flavor-Changing Neutral Currents at CMS - Dr. Mojtaba Mohammadi Najafabadi (IPM)   (Sala 3+4)
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17:30 --- Coffee ---
20:00
Concert and reception cocktail (until 22:00) (Auditorium 1)
13:30 --- Lunch ---
15:00
Astroparticle Physics and Cosmology -Prof. Graciela Gelmini (University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)) (until 17:30) (Auditorium 3A)
15:00 The Characterization of the Gamma-Ray Signal from the Central Milky Way: A Compelling Case for Annihilating Dark Matter - Dr. Tim Linden (University of Chicago)   (Auditorium 3A)
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15:20 Dark Matter Indirect Detection phenomenology: a status assessment - Sr. Marco CIRELLI (IPhT CNRS/CEA Saclay)   (Auditorium 3A)
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15:50 Constraints on dark matter and future observational strategies with gamma-ray space experiments - Dr. Aldo Morselli (INFN Roma Tor Vergata)   (Auditorium 3A)
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16:10 First Results from the HAWC Gamma-Ray Observatory - Dr. Francisco Salesa Greus (Pennsylvania State University)   (Auditorium 3A)
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16:30 Overview of MAGIC results - Dr. Javier Rico (IFAE)   (Auditorium 3A)
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16:50 Recent Highlights from VERITAS - Prof. Reshmi Mukherjee (Barnard College, Columbia University)   (Auditorium 3A)
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17:10 Physics with the Cherenkov Telescope Array - Prof. Tim Greenshaw (Liverpool University)   (Auditorium 3A)
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15:00
BEH Physics -Prof. James Olsen (Princeton University) (until 17:30) (Auditorium 1)
15:00 Studies of the Higgs boson properties at D0 - Dr. Kenneth Herner (Fermilab)   (Auditorium 1)
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15:15 Combination of the Higgs Boson Main Properties Measurements using the ATLAS Detector - Sr. Dag Gillberg (CERN)   (Auditorium 1)
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15:35 Combined results of the 126 GeV Higgs boson couplings using all decay channels measured by the CMS detector - Dr. Mingshui Chen (IHEP, CAS)   (Auditorium 1)
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15:55 Individual and Combined Measurements of the Spin and Parity Properties of the Higgs boson using the ATLAS Detector - Dr. Kirill Prokofiev (Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati INFN)   (Auditorium 1)
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16:10 Studies of the Higgs boson spin and parity using the gamma gamma, ZZ, and WW decay channels with the CMS detector - Dr. Emanuele Di Marco (CERN)   (Auditorium 1)
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16:25 Constraints on new phenomena through Higgs coupling measurements with the ATLAS detector - Swagato Banerjee (University of Wisconsin-Madison)   (Auditorium 1)
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16:40 Implications of LHC data on 125 GeV Higgs-like boson for the Standard Model and its various extensions - Pyungwon Ko (KIAS)   (Auditorium 1)
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16:55 Effective Higgs Couplings Extraction in the 4 lepton channel at the LHC: surprises and prospects - Sr. Yi Chen (Caltech)   (Auditorium 1)
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17:10 Higgs boson CP-properties in Higgs plus three jet production via gluon fusion at the LHC - Dr. Francisco Campanario (IFIC, UV-CSIC)   (Auditorium 1)
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15:00
Computing and Data Handling -Prof. Gang CHEN (Institute of High Energy Physics, CAS) Prof. Borut Paul Kersevan (Faculty for Mathematics and Physics) (until 17:35) (Sala 6+7)
15:00 Development of new data acquisition system for COMPASS experiment - Sr. Josef NOVY (Czech Technical University in Prage (Czech Rep.))   (Sala 6+7)
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15:15 The ATLAS Data Acquisition: from Run I to Run II - Dr. Jose Guillermo Panduro Vazquez (Royal Holloway, University of London)   (Sala 6+7)
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15:30 CMS Alignment and Calibration workflows: lesson learned and future plans - Dr. federico de guio (CERN)   (Sala 6+7)
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15:45 ATLAS Jet Trigger Performance during Run1 and preparation for Run2 - Dr. sue cheatham (Technion)   (Sala 6+7)
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16:00 CMS Data preparation for Run II - Dr. Nancy Marinelli (University of Notre Dame, US)   (Sala 6+7)
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16:15 The ATLAS EventIndex: Full chain deployment and first operation - Alvaro Fernandez (IFIC)   (Sala 6+7)
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16:30 Dataset definition for CMS operations and physics analyses - Dr. Giovanni Franzoni (CERN)   (Sala 6+7)
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16:45 Rucio, the next-generation Data Management system in ATLAS - Dr. Cedric Serfon   (Sala 6+7)
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17:00 The Software Library of the Belle II Experiment - Prof. Doris Yangsoo Kim (Soongsil University)   (Sala 6+7)
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17:15 PanDA: A New Paradigm for Distributed Computing in HEP Through the Lens of ATLAS and other Experiments - Kaushik De (Univ. of Texas at Arlington)   (Sala 6+7)
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15:00
Detector RD and Performance -Dr. Felix Sefkow (DESY) (until 17:30) (Auditorium 2)
15:00 CMS muon system towards LHC Run 2 and beyond - Dr. Luigi Guiducci (Università and INFN Bologna)   (Auditorium 2)
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15:20 Large-size triple GEM detectors for the CMS forward muon upgrade - Dr. Cesare Calabria (Univ. di Bari e Sez. dell'INFN, Italy)   (Auditorium 2)
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15:35 The New Small Wheel Upgrade Project of the ATLAS Experiment. - Dr. Bernd Stelzer (SFU Simon Fraser University (CA)   (Auditorium 2)
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15:50 Upgrade of the ALICE Time Projection Chamber for High-Rate Experiments - Dr. Piotr Gasik (TU München)   (Auditorium 2)
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16:10 Study of a Large Prototype TPC for the ILC using Micro-Pattern Gas Detectors - Dr. Astrid Muennich (DESY)   (Auditorium 2)
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16:25 High-Rate Capable Floating Strip Micromegas Detector - Sr. Jonathan Bortfeldt (LMU Munich)   (Auditorium 2)
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16:45 Time of Flight detectors with SiPMT array readout - Dr. Maurizio Bonesini (Sezione INFN Milano Bicocca)   (Auditorium 2)
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17:05 Particle Identification with the Belle II iTOP Detector - Dr. Brian Kirby (University of Hawaii at Manoa)   (Auditorium 2)
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15:00
Flavour Physics -Prof. Hai-Yang Cheng (Academia Sinica) (until 17:30) (Sala 8+9)
15:00 Measurements of CP violation and mixing in two body charm decays - Sr. Mark Smith (University of Manchester)   (Sala 8+9)
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15:15 Charm Mixing and D Dalitz analysis at BESIII - Dr. Shengsen Sun (Institute of High Energy Physics)   (Sala 8+9)
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15:30 $D^0$ and $\bar{D}^0$ mixing and CP violation results from Belle - Sr. Nisar Nellikunnummel (Tata Institute of Fundamental Research)   (Sala 8+9)
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15:45 Measurements of CP violation in multibody charm decays - Dr. Denis Derkach (University of Oxford)   (Sala 8+9)
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16:00 D leptonic decay and semi-leptonic decays from BESIII - Dr. Yangheng Zheng (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences)   (Sala 8+9)
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16:15 Measurement of the D -> pi- e+ nu partial branching fraction, form factor and implications for Vub. - Dr. Arantza Oyanguren (IFIC- Valencia)   (Sala 8+9)
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16:30 Effect of mixing and CP violation in D decays in the extraction of the angle gamma of the CKM unitarity triangle with B->D(*)K(*) decays. - Matteo Rama (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare - Frascati)   (Sala 8+9)
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16:45 Dalitz analyses with B→Dh decays - Dr. WENBIN QIAN (LAPP-CNRS)   (Sala 8+9)
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