Plenary session: Standard model physics at the TeV scale
- Young-Kee Kim (The University of Chicago)
Plenary session: Dark matter and cosmology
- Alexandre Lindote (LIP)
Plenary session: Neutrino physics
- Soo-Bong Kim (Sungkyunkwan University)
Plenary session: Flavour physics - CKM and beyond
- jorge Martin Camalich (Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias)
Plenary session: Tests of symmetries and conservation laws
- DMITRY BUDKER (Helmholtz Institute Mainz JGU Mainz and UC Berkeley)
Plenary session: Hadron spectroscopy and exotics
- Stephan Paul (TU Munich)
Plenary session: QCD, spin physics and chiral dynamics
- Marcin Stolarski (LIP)
Plenary session: QGP and heavy ion collisions
- Nu Xu (LBNL)
Plenary session: Hadrons in medium - hyperons and mesons in nuclear matter
- Laura Fabbietti
Plenary session: Nuclear and particle astrophysics
- Philippe Chomaz (CEA)
Plenary session: Development of accelerators and detectors + data science + Energy frontier physics beyond the standard model + Gravitational waves
- Nuno Castro (LIP and University of Minho)
Plenary session: Best Posters
- Helena Santos (LIP)
Videos available till December 31, 2021
Standard Model at the TeV Scale: https://youtu.be/B1I5Hr1HGm8
DM and Cosmology: https://youtu.be/5qRh-Q61VZo
Neutrino Physics: https://youtu.be/m5GiFfZvRu8
Flavour physics: https://youtu.be/dQzSUsajA9Q
Tests of symmetries: https://youtu.be/I1eU25BlW-8
Hadron spectroscopy: https://youtu.be/r91FSKpvuSA
QCD, spin, chiral dynamics: https://youtu.be/Q4azmww01QQ
Nuclear and Particle Astrophysics: https://youtu.be/WJfThcZf-Xg
EIC & Hot and dense matter: https://youtu.be/JhPZWd5caOc
Hadrons in medium: https://youtu.be/OkNv_ls-aw0
Accelerators&Detectors, Data Science, Gravitational Waves, Best Posters: https://youtu.be/chr0o472KkA
We present in this contribution an overview of the latest Higgs results published by the ATLAS and CMS collaborations. The focus will be on analyses considering the whole Run 2 dataset, showing measurements of the Higgs boson mass and inclusive, fiducial, and differential cross-section measurements in the main decay channels and searches in more challenging phase spaces. Finally, a review of...
The E989 collaboration has recently published the most precise measurement of the muon anomalous magnetic moment 𝑎𝜇 with an uncertainty of 460 ppb. The new experimental world average of 𝑎𝜇 deviates by 4.2 standard deviations from the Standard Model prediction provided by the Muon g-2 Theory Initiative. The emerging results from ab-initio lattice QCD calculations allow to scrutinize this...
The main goal of the relativistic heavy-ion reaction experiments is to study the phase structure of the QCD phase diagram. Experiments at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider and Large Hadron Collider Facility have produced a QCD matter with quark and gluon degrees of freedom – quark-gluon plasma (QGP). In this talk, we review the recent measurements related to mapping the phase diagram of QCD,...
If there is one thing we learned about the field of nuclear astrophysics in the last 10 years, it’s that it is complicated business. While the original processes proposed already in the 1950s are still mostly valid and continue to exhibit important open questions, today we understand that other processes may have significant contributions. In particular, the production of heavy elements, which...
For over half a century, high energy particle accelerators play key role and shape modern nuclear and particle physics, they are also the instruments for the forefront research for the material science and biology. In this talk we briefly overview the most notable accelerator facilities which came into operation since previous 2017 PANIC Conference and now employed for research in nuclear...
The best posters in Nuclear Physics and in Particle Physics will be awarded two prizes kindly offered by NuPECC, the Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee.
The best poster in the Instrumentation domain will be awarded a prize kindly offered by MDPI - Instruments, the peer-reviewed, open access journal of scientific instrumentation and its related methods and theory.
After getting a PhD in Physics, I slowly moved, or drifted, or - according to some colleagues - degraded, into the history of science. In this presentation I will try to justify this curious turn of events. That is, I will show why questions in mathematics and physics of more than 500 years ago can still be interesting and challenging today. I will also show that there are still many open...
One of the goals of particle physics is to explain the structure of matter at the smallest distance scales. For decades, the properties of the basic building blocks of matter have been investigated in ever greater detail. However, even today some profound but simple questions, such as the origins of dark matter in the universe, remain unanswered. The attempt to understand the material world...