The 2009 Europhysics Conference on High Energy Physics

from Thursday, 16 July 2009 (09:00) to Wednesday, 22 July 2009 (18:20)
Kraków, Poland (Auditorium Maximum)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
16 Jul 2009
17 Jul 2009
18 Jul 2009
19 Jul 2009
20 Jul 2009
21 Jul 2009
22 Jul 2009
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09:00
I. Astroparticle Physics (until 18:15) (Middle Lecture Hall B)
09:00 Probing the eV-mass range for solar axions with the CAST experiment - Mrs Julia Vogel (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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09:15 Recent Results from WIMP-search analysis of CDMS-II data - Mr Zeeshan Ahmed (Caltech)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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09:30 EDELWEISS-2 Dark Matter Search: recent results with new detectors - Dr Valentin Kozlov (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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09:45 Limits on Low-Mass WIMP Dark Matter with an Ultra-Low-Energy Germanium Detector at 220 eV Threshold - Dr Muhammed Deniz (Instructor)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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10:00 Status of the XENON100 experiment for WIMP direct detection - Dr Alfredo Davide Ferella (University of Zurich (UZH))   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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10:15 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Latest results from the Pamela experiment - Prof. Oscar Adriani (University of Florence and INFN Florence)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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11:25 Observations of High Energy Cosmic Ray Electrons by the ATIC Balloon Experiment - Prof. Jin Chang (Purple Mountain Observatory)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
11:50 The first year of Fermi LAT: a new light on the high-energy Universe - Mr Luigi Tibaldo (INFN Padova)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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12:15 The cosmic-ray electron spectrum measured with H.E.S.S. - Dr Kathrin Egberts (Max-Planck-Institut fuer Kernphysik, Heidelberg)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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12:40 --- lunch break ---
14:30 Cosmic Ray Signatures from Decaying Gravitino Dark Matter. - Mr Nils-Erik Bomark (University of Bergen)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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14:45 PAMELA and Fermi-LAT data as backgrounds for future dark matter searches - Dr carlos yaguna (universidad autonoma de madrid)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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15:00 First measurements with the ANTARES detector - Prof. Paul Kooijman (Univ. of Amsterdam/Univ. Utrecht/Nikhef)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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15:15 Results from IceCube - Dr Christian Spiering (DESY)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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15:30 The KM3NeT project: Towards a km^3-scale neutrino telescope in the Mediterranean Sea - Mr Alexander Kappes (ECAP, University Erlangen-Nuremberg)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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15:45 Determination of the Neutrino Flavor Ratio at the Astrophysical Source - Prof. Guey-Lin Lin (National Chiao-Tung University)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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16:00 --- coffee break ---
16:30 Vertical Array in Space for Horizontal Air-Showers - Prof. Daniele Fargion (Physics Depart. and INFN, Rome1)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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16:45 GeoSynchrotron Radiation from Earth Skimming Tau Neutrino Shower - Dr KWANG-CHANG LAI (Institute of Physics, National Chiao Tung University)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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17:00 Studies of the ultra-high energy cosmic ray composition at the Pierre Auger Observatory - Michael Prouza (Institute of Physics, Prague, Czech Republic)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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17:15 Results from the ARGO-YBJ experiment - Dr Daniele Martello (Dip. of Physics and INFN - Lecce (Italy))   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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17:30 "Pi of the Sky": modelling of the detector response for more effective search for optical GRB counterparts. - Lech Wiktor Piotrowski (University of Warsaw)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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17:45 Measurement of the cosmic muon charge asymmetry - Dr Jonatan Piedra (University of Florida)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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18:00 ArDM, a 1t liquid argon detector for dark matter searches - Prof. Claude Amsler (University of Zurich)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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09:00
II. Flavour Physics (until 18:00) (Large Lecture - Hall A)
09:00 Status of the CKM matrix as of Summer 2009 and sensitivity to New Physics - Jose Ocariz (Universite Paris Diderot and IN2P3)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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09:15 Update of the Unitarity Triangle Analysis - Dr Cecilia Tarantino (University Roma Tre)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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09:30 Hadronic decays related to gamma at BABAR - Neus Lopez March (IFIC (Universitat de València - CSIC ))   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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09:50 Measurements of charmless B decays related to alpha at BABAR - Dr Vincenzo Lombardo (INFN Milano)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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10:10 CP violation in hadronic penguin modes - Dr Eli Ben-Haim (LPNHE-Paris)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 CPV and CPT in B0 decays at Belle - Dr Anton Poluektov (Warwick / BINP) Anton POLUEKTOV (University of Warwick / Budker INP)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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11:15 Resolution of the B -> pi pi, pi K puzzles - Dr Satoshi Mishima (DESY)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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11:30 Measurements of CP violation and CKM matrix at LHCb - Prof. Marta Calvi (University Milano Bicocca)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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11:45 SU(3) Flavour Symmetries and CP Violation - Mr Joel Jones Perez (Universitat de Valencia)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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12:00 Probing the MSSM flavor structure with low energy CP violation - Mr Wolfgang Altmannshofer (TU Munich)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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12:15 B-CP anomalies, “4th generation" and the LHC - Amarjit Soni (Brookhaven National Lab)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
14:30 Bs decays at Belle - Remi Louvot (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL))   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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14:50 Study of CP violation in Bs -> J/psi phi decays at CDF - Mr Jan Morlock (University of Karlsruhe)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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15:05 Study of Decays Bd to J/psi K* and Bs to J/psi phi whith the D0 detector - Prof. Phillip Gutierrez (University of Oklahoma)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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15:20 Study of Bs → Ds+(*) Ds-(*) and Bs → phi phi Decays at CDF II - Mr Dominik Horn (University of Karlsruhe)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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15:35 CP-conserving and CP-violating properties in semileptonic Bs decays with the D0 experiment - Dr Lars Sonnenschein (RWTH Aachen IIIA)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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15:50 A Study of Large $\sin2\Phi_{B_s}$ with High Mass Fourth Generation ${t'}$ - Dr CHIEN-YI MA (NATIONAL TAIWAN UNIVERSITY)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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16:05 --- coffee break ---
16:30 A New Expected Upper Limit on the Rare Deacay Bs to mu+mu- with the D0 experiment - isabelle ripp-baudot (IPHC Strasbourg, CNRS/IN2P3)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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16:45 ATLAS preparations for precise B-decay measurements sensitive to BSM phenomena - Dr James Catmore (Lancaster University, UK)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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17:00 B physics prospects of CMS with the first LHC data - Prof. Paula Eerola (University of Helsinki)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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17:15 Rare B meson decays involving leptons at BABAR - Dr Giovanni Onorato (INFN Napoli - Università "Federico II" Napoli)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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17:30 Probing New Physics in exclusive b -> s l+ l- and b -> s nu anti-nu decays - Mr David Straub (Technische Universität München)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
17:45 The MSSM with large tan(beta) beyond the decoupling limit - Mr Lars Hofer (Karlsruhe Institut of Technology)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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III. Higgs and New Physics (until 18:15) (Large Lecture - Hall B)
09:00 Searches for squarks and gluinos at the Tevatron - Dr Eric Kajfasz (Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:15 Searches for third generation squarks at the Tevatron - Mr Miguel Vidal (CIEMAT, Madrid)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:35 Squark and gluino production at the LHC - Dr Anna Kulesza (RWTH Aachen)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:55 Prospects for R-Parity Conserving SUSY searches at the LHC - Dr Marie-Helene Genest (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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10:15 Extracting backgrounds to SUSY searches from LHC data - Dr Vadym Zhuravlov (Max Planck Institut fuer Physik)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Statistical issues for Higgs and new physics searches - Prof. Eilam Gross (Weizmann Institute of Science) Dr Eilam Gross (Weizmann Institute)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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11:20 Search for Supersymmetry in final states with photons at the Tevatron - Dr Andrey Loginov (University of Yale)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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11:35 The LHC Signatures of the Extended Gauge Structures in Supersymmetry - DURMUS DEMIR (IZTECH)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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11:55 Trilepton production at the CERN LHC: SUSY Signals and Standard Model Backgrounds - Dr Edmond Berger (Argonne National Laboratory)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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12:10 Study of SUSY particles properties at the future International Linear Collider with the International Large Detector - Dr Katarzyna Wichmann (DESY)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
14:30 Searches for low mass Higgs at the Tevatron (WH and ttH final states) - Dr Mike Mulhearn (Columbia University)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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14:50 Search for low mass Higgs at the Tevatron (ZH and H to gamma gamma) - Dr Michele Giunta (University of Pisa)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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15:10 Searches for high mass Higgs at the Tevatron (WW(*) final states) - Mr Dean Hidas (University of Duke)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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15:30 Combined Upper limit for SM Higgs at the Tevatron - Dr Bjoern Penning (University of Freiburg)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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15:45 Search for a light CP-odd Higgs boson in BaBar - Dr MOKHTAR GABAREEN (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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16:00 --- coffee break ---
16:30 Electroweak Effects and Cross Section for Higgs production in gluon fusion process - Dr Radja Boughezal (University of Zurich)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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16:45 Low mass Higgs and Higgs properties at the LHC - Dr Junichi Tanaka (ICEPP, University of Tokyo)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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17:00 High-mass Higgs search and combined discovery prospects at the LHC - Ms Cristina Botta (University of Turin and INFN)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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17:20 Three-loop Corrections to the Mass of the Light Higgs Boson in the MSSM - Dr Philipp Kant (TTP Karlsruhe)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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17:35 Searches for non-SM higgs at the Tevatron - Dr Per Jonsson (Imperial College London)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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17:50 Search for non-standard-model Higgs at the LHC with ATLAS - Dr Dimitris Fassouliotis (University of Athens)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:00
IV. Detectors (LHC and R&D) and Accelerators (until 14:30) (Small Hall)
09:00 The Dark Energy Camera - a New Instrument for the Dark Energy Survey - Dr Ignacio Sevilla (CIEMAT)   (Small Hall)
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09:15 NEXT: A Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Experiment with a Gaseous Xenon TPC - Dr Thorsten Lux (IFAE)   (Small Hall)
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09:30 The FP420 Project and GasToF: A Picosecond Timing Detector - Prof. Krzysztof Piotrzkowski (UCLouvain)   (Small Hall)
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09:45 Commissioning of the Silicon Strip Detector (SSD) of ALICE - Dr Panos Christakoglou (NIKHEF - Utrecht University)   (Small Hall)
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10:00 Commissioning and Performance of the LHCb Vertex Detector - Prof. Themis Bowcock (CERN)   (Small Hall)
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10:15 Commissioning the CMS pixel detector with Cosmic Rays - Bernadette Heyburn (University of Colorado)   (Small Hall)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 ATLAS Inner Detector: Commissioning with Cosmics Data - Dr Lucia Masetti (Bonn University)   (Small Hall)
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11:15 ALICE TPC - design and performance - Dr Adam Matyja (Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN ,ul. Radzikowskiego 152, 31-342 Kraków, Poland)   (Small Hall)
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11:30 The CMS Electromagnetic Calorimeter: Construction, Commissioning and Calibration - Dr Toyoko Orimoto (California Institute of Technology)   (Small Hall)
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11:45 Commissioning of the ATLAS Liquid Argon Calorimeter - Dr Giuseppe Tartarelli (INFN - Sezione di Milano (Italy)) Mr Julien Labbé (LPSC, Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble 1, CNRS/IN2P3, Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble)   (Small Hall)
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12:00 Muon Reconstruction and Identification in CMS - Dr Marcin Konecki (Institute of Experimental Physics, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland)   (Small Hall)
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12:15 Performance of The ATLAS Muon Spectrometer During the Commissioning - Dr Claudio Ferretti (University of Michigan)   (Small Hall)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
09:00
V. QCD at Colliders (until 18:00) (Exhibition room A)
09:00 Determinations of alpha_s from hadronic event shapes and tests of analytic hadronization models using e+e- annihilation data - Dr Christoph Pahl (MPI for Physics Munich)   (Exhibition room A)
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09:15 Automatic calculation of one-loop amplitudes - Dr Andreas van Hameren (IFJ-PAN, Krakow)   (Exhibition room A)
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09:30 Jets and alpha_s at HERA - Joerg Behr (Hamburg University)   (Exhibition room A)
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09:50 Two and Three-jet measurements at D0 - Dr Nirmalya Parua (Indiana University, Bloomington)   (Exhibition room A)
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10:10 Study of jet production and subjet distributions in deep inelastic scattering at HERA - Claudia Glasman (Univer. Autonoma De Madrid)   (Exhibition room A)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 The exclusive NLO DGLAP kernels for Non Singlet evolution - Dr Maciej Skrzypek (IFJ-PAN)   (Exhibition room A)
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11:15 Dijet angular distributions at sqrt(s) = 14 TeV - Ms Nele Boelaert (Lund University - Div. of Experimental High-Energy Physics)   (Exhibition room A)
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11:30 Minimum Bias and Hadronic Event Shapes at LHC - Dr Iacopo Vivarelli (University of Freiburg)   (Exhibition room A)
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11:50 QCD jets at LHC - Dr Leonard Apanasevich (University of Illinios at Chicago)   (Exhibition room A)
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12:10 Preliminary Results on Multiple Parton Interactions from HERA and TEVATRON - Prof. D0 H1 (DESY, FNAL)   (Exhibition room A)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
14:30 Higher-order QCD corrections to vector boson production at hadron colliders. - Dr Giancarlo Ferrera (Florence University)   (Exhibition room A)
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14:45 Measurement of Z/gamma+jet+X and photon+b/c +X Cross Sections with the D0 Detector - Dr Murilo Rangel (Laboratoire de l'Accélérateur Linéaire)   (Exhibition room A)
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15:05 Prompt Photon Production in Deep Inelastic Scattering and Photoproduction at HERA - Krzysztof Nowak (Zuerich University)   (Exhibition room A)
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15:25 QCD Studies with W and Z Measurements at LHC - Ms Imai Jen-La Plante (Enrico Fermi Institute, University of Chicago)   (Exhibition room A)
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15:45 Studies of W and Z production with the LHCb experiment - Dr Tara Shears (University of Liverpool)   (Exhibition room A)
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16:00 --- coffee break ---
16:30 Dynamical Parton Distributions at NNLO - Dr Pedro Jimenez-Delgado (Technische Universität Dortmund)   (Exhibition room A)
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16:45 Measurement of the Inclusive ep Scattering Cross Section at Low and Medium Q^2 at HERA - Jan Kretzschmar (University of Liverpool)   (Exhibition room A)
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17:05 Measurements of the longitudinal proton structure function at HERA - Burkard Reisert (Max-Planck-Institut für Physik, München)   (Exhibition room A)
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17:25 Determination of the proton parton density functions at HERA - Juan Terron (Univer. Autonoma De Madrid)   (Exhibition room A)
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17:45 Combination of H1 and ZEUS Deep Inelastic ep Scattering Cross Section Measurements and NLO-QCD analysis - Ms Voica Radescu (DESY)   (Exhibition room A)
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VI. QCD in Hadronic Physics (until 18:15) (Exhibition room B)
09:00 KLOE results on light meson properties - Dr Biagio DI MICCO (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare)   (Exhibition room B)
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09:20 Physics with the KLOE2 experiment at the phi factory - Dr Paolo Gauzzi (University of Rome "La Sapienza")   (Exhibition room B)
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09:40 QCD tests at NA48 - Dr Gianluca Lamanna (SNS & INFN Pisa)   (Exhibition room B)
10:05 New Hadroproduction results from the HARP/PS214 experiment at CERN PS - Dr Maurizio Bonesini (Sezione INFN Milano Bicocca)   (Exhibition room B)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Renormalization of B-meson distribution amplitudes - Dr Sébastien Descotes-Genon (LPT Orsay (CNRS/Univ. Paris Sud 11))   (Exhibition room B)
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11:20 Recent results on two-photon physics at BABAR - Dr Vladimir DRUZHININ (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, Russia)   (Exhibition room B)
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11:40 Charmonium-like results from BABAR - Dr Arafat Gabareen Mokhtar (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Exhibition room B)
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12:05 Charmonium-like particles at Belle - Sookyung Choi (Gyeongsang)   (Exhibition room B)
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12:30 --- break ---
14:30 Cross-sections of hadron production by 3-15 GeV/c beams of protons and charged pions. - Ms Anastasia Bolshakova (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)   (Exhibition room B)
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14:50 Cross-section measurements at Belle - Burkard Reisert (MPI)   (Exhibition room B)
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15:15 Study of $\Upsilon$(5S) decays to $B^0$ and $B^+$ mesons - Dr Alexey DRUTSKOY (University of Cincinnati)   (Exhibition room B)
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15:35 Bottomonium Studies at BaBar - Dr Veronique Ziegler (SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Exhibition room B)
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16:00 --- coffee break ---
16:30 Light particle searches at Belle - Chao Liu (USTC)   (Exhibition room B)
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16:50 Heavy hadron spectroscopy in a Salpeter model with AdS/QCD inspired potential - Floriana Giannuzzi (University of Bari and INFN)   (Exhibition room B)
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17:10 g_B*Bpi coupling in the static heavy quark limit - Dr Benoit Blossier (CNRS)   (Exhibition room B)
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17:30 Strangeness Production in Deep-Inelastic ep Scattering at HERA - Julia Ruiz Tabasco (Cinvestav - Unidad Mérida)   (Exhibition room B)
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17:50 Measurement of charged particle spectra in pp collisions at CMS - Mr Krisztian Krajczar (Eotvos University)   (Exhibition room B)
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VII. Standard Model Electroweak Physics (until 18:15) (Middle Lecture Hall A)
09:00 WINHAC - the Monte Carlo event generator for single W-boson production in hadronic collisions - Prof. Wieslaw Placzek (Marian Smoluchowski Institute of Physics, Jagiellonian University)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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09:18 Electroweak corrections to W+jet hadroproduction including leptonic W-boson decays - Dr Alexander Mueck (Paul Scherrer Institut)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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09:36 W and Z boson production (CDF) - Dr Krzysztof Sliwa (Tufts University)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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09:54 W & Z boson production (D0) - Dr David Khatidze (Brown University)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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10:12 W & Z boson production (LHC) - Dr Aristotelis Kyriakis (NCSR Demokritos)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 NNLL Electroweak Corrections to Gauge Boson Pair Production at LHC - Dr Sandro Uccirati (TTP Karlsruhe)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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11:18 Diboson Production at D0 - Dr Joseph Haley (For the D0 Collaboration)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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11:36 Diboson production (CDF) - Ms Viviana Cavaliere (CDF Collaboration, INFN Pisa, University of Siena)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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11:54 Measurement of Di-Boson production at LHC - Dr Eyal Brodet (Tel-Aviv University)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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12:12 Sensitivity to anomalous quartic gauge couplings in photon-photon interactions at the LHC - Prof. Krzysztof Piotrzkowski (UCLouvain)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
14:30 Top-Quark Production at Hadron Colliders - Dr Andrea Ferroglia (Johannes Gutenberg Univestitaet Mainz)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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14:55 Top cross section/SM properties (D0) - Dr Sebastien GREDER (IPHC, Strasbourg, France)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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15:13 Top cross section and SM properties at CDF - Dr Alison Lister (University of Geneva)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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15:31 Top Cross Section and properties measurements at LHC - Dr Luca Fiorini (IFAE)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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15:49 Search for single top production at HERA - Dr Lorenzo Bellagamba (INFN Bologna)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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16:04 --- coffee break ---
16:30 Observation of single top at CDF - Mr Bruno Casal Laraña (Instituto de Fisica de Cantabria (CSIC - U. Cantabria))   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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16:45 Observation of Single Top Quark Production with the D0 Detector - Prof. Reinhard Schwienhorst (Michigan State University) Reinhard Schwienhorst (Michigan State University)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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17:00 Searches for New Physics in the Top Quark Sector at CDF - Prof. Robin Erbacher (Univ. of California, Davis)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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17:20 Beyond the SM searches with top (D0) - Dr Yvonne Peters (University of Manchester)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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17:40 Beyond the SM searches with top (LHC) - Pedro Ferreira da Silva (LIP / CMS)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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18:00 A new top jet tagging algorithm for highly boosted top jets - Mr Salvatore RAPPOCCIO (Johns Hopkins University)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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I. Neutrino Physics (until 18:10) (Middle Lecture Hall B)
09:00 KATRIN: an experiment to determine the neutrino mass - Mr Florian Fraenkle (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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09:15 Search for double beta decay with NEMO-3 - Dr Vera Beillet-Kovalenko (IPHC/JINR)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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09:35 Search for neutrinoless double beta decay of Ge-76 with the GERmanium Detector Array "GERDA" - Prof. Riccardo Brugnera (University of Padova and INFN Padova)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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09:55 Status of Cuore experiment and last results from Cuoricino - Dr Elena Guardincerri (INFN Genova)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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10:15 Double Chooz experiment - Dr Carmen Palomares (CIEMAT)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 The Daya Bay Reactor Neutrino Oscillation Experiment - Mr Viktor Pec (IPNP Charles University in Prague)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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11:15 Last Borexino Result - Dr Marcin Misiaszek (Jagellonian University)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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11:35 MiniBooNE experiment: recent results and future plans - Dr Bari Osmanov (University of Florida/Fermilab)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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11:55 Recent Results from the MINOS Experiment - Dr Justin Evans (University College London)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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12:15 Status of the OPERA neutrino experiment - Dr Henri PESSARD (LAPP-IN2P3-CNRS)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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12:35 --- lunch break ---
14:30 Status of the T2K experiment - Dr Ken Sakashita (HIGH ENERGY ACCELERATOR RESEARCH ORGANIZATION, KEK)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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14:45 The International Design Study for the Neutrino Factory - Prof. Alain Blondel (DPNC university of Geneva)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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15:00 The LAGUNA project - towards the giant, liquid base detectors for proton decay searches and for low energy neutrino astrophysics. - Prof. Jan Kisiel (Insitute of Physics, University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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15:15 Measurements of Neutrino-Electron Scattering Cross-Section and the Electroweak Parameters at the Kuo-Sheng Reactor Neutrino Laboratory - Dr Muhammed Deniz (Department of Physics, Middle East Technical University, Turkey; Institute of Physics, Academia Sinica, Taiwan.)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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15:45 Single pion production induced by neutrino-nucleon interactions - Dr Krzysztof Graczyk (Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Wrocław)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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16:00 --- coffee break ---
16:30 Lepton Flavour Violation in Models with A4 Flavour Symmetry. - Dr Ferruccio Feruglio (University of Padova)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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17:10 Minimal flavour seesaw models - Mr Daniel Hernández (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Theoretical Physics Department)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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17:30 Constraining nonstandard neutrino-electron interactions - Dr Omar Miranda (Depto de Fisica Cinvestav)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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17:50 On the Interplay Between the 'Low' and 'High' Energy CP-Violation in Leptogenesis. - Mr Emiliano Molinaro (SISSA)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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II. Flavour Physics (until 18:05) (Large)
09:00 Inclusive radiative B meson decays at Belle - Bostjan Golob (University of Ljubljana, Jozef Stefan Inst.)   (Large)
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09:15 Exclusive leptonic and radiative B meson decays at Belle - Shohei Nishida (KEK)   (Large)
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09:30 New physics sensitivity of the rare decay mode $B \to K^0 \ell^-\ ell^+$ - Dr Tobias Hurth (CERN)   (Large)
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09:45 FCNC Processes in the LHT Model: a 2009 Look - Dr Cecilia Tarantino (University Roma Tre)   (Large)
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10:00 Search for new physics at LHCb: CP violation in Charm sector and rare decays of B hadrons - Dr Marie-Helene Schune (LAL-Orsay IN2P3/CNRS)   (Large)
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10:15 D0-D0bar mixing at BABAR - Dr Carlos Chavez (University of Liverpool)   (Large)
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10:35 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Recent Results from the KEDR Detector - Dr Simon Eidelman (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk, KEDR Collaboration)   (Large)
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11:15 Charm decays at Belle - Eunil Won (Korea University)   (Large)
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11:30 Charm decays at BABAR - Prof. Richard Kass (Ohio State University)   (Large)
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11:45 Semileptonic decays of D mesons at CLEO - Prof. Tomasz Skwarnicki (Syracuse University)   (Large)
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12:00 Quantum-correlated D Decays at CLEO-c - Dr Stefania Ricciardi (STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)   (Large)
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12:15 Hadronic decays of D mesons at CLEO - Prof. David Miller (Purdue University)   (Large)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
14:30 Review of NA48 CP violation measurements with neutral and charged kaons - Dr Patrizia CENCI (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare, Sezione di Perugia)   (Large)
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14:45 Precision measurements of rare kaon decays - Mrs Evelina Marinova (INFN Sezione di Perugia)   (Large)
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15:00 K and B Physics in a Warped Extra Dimension with Custodial Protection - Ms Monika Blanke (Technische Universitaet Muenchen)   (Large)
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15:15 KLOE measurements of KL lifetime and absolute branching ratio of K+ -> pi+pi-pi+ - Patrizia de Simone (LNF - INFN)   (Large)
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15:30 Measurement of the KS lifetimes and CPT symmetry tests in the neutral kaon system with quantum interferometry at KLOE - Dr Marco Dreucci (Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare)   (Large)
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15:45 Vus and lepton universality from kaon decays at KLOE - Dr Erika De Lucia (Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati - INFN)   (Large)
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16:00 --- coffee break ---
16:30 Exclusive semileptonic b -> c decays at Belle - Wolfgang Dungel (Institute for high energy physics, Austrian academy of Sciences)   (Large)
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16:50 Exclusive Semileptonic b -> c decays at BABAR and the determination of Vcb - Dr Marcello Rotondo (INFN Padova)   (Large)
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17:05 Inclusive b -> u decays and determination of Vub at BELLE - Isamu Nakamura (KEK)   (Large)
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17:20 Inclusive Semileptonic B Decays at BABAR - Dr Jan Erik Sundermann (U Freiburg)   (Large)
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17:35 Quark masses from low-energy moments of heavy-quark current correlators - Dr Peter Marquard (Institute for Theoretical Particle Physics, Karlsruhe, Germany)   (Large)
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17:50 Branching fractions and charge asymmetries in charmless hadronic B decays at BABAR - Mr Pietro Biassoni (Universita' degli Studi and INFN Milano)   (Large)
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09:00
III. Higgs and New Physics (until 18:00) (Large Lecture - Hall B)
09:00 Searches for chargino/neutralino production at the Tevatron - Dr Jared Yamaoka (University of Duke) Dr Jared Yamaoka (Duke University)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:20 Early new physics searches with leptons at LHC - Dr Claudio Gatti (Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati - INFN)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:40 Early new physics searches with jets at the LHC - Dr Matthias Mozer (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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10:00 Phenomenology of the minimal B-L extension of the Standard model - Mr Lorenzo Basso (PhD student)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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10:15 Search for BSM physics (non-SUSY) in final states with photons at the Tevatron - Dr Enrique Palencia (FNAL)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 High-mass resonances in dilepton, dijet and diboson final states at the Tevatron - Dr Michel Jaffre (Laboratoire de l Accelerateur Lineaire, Orsay, France)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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11:20 Extra dimensions and micro black holes at the LHC - Dr Viatcheslav Valuev (UCLA)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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11:35 Challenges for long-lived massive particle searches at the LHC - Dr Andrea Giammanco (Louvain)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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11:50 Study of multi-muon events produced in ppbar collisions with CDF - Mr fabio happacher (INFN - LNF)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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12:10 Search for Excess Dimuon Production in the Radial Region 1.6<r<10 cm at the D0 Experiment - Dr Mark Williams (Lancaster University / Fermilab)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
14:30 The Constrained E6SSM - Dr David Miller (University of Glasgow)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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14:50 Dark Matter from Lorentz Invariance and the LHC - Giacomo Cacciapaglia (IPN Lyon)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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15:10 Exploring Non-Supersymmetric New Physics in Polarized Moeller Scattering - Dr Jackson Wu (Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Bern)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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15:30 Dynamical electroweak symmetry breaking by quasiconformal technicolour theories - Dr Dennis D. Dietrich (University of Southern Denmark)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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15:45 Evolution of the Universe to the present Inert phase - Prof. Maria Krawczyk (University of Warsaw)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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16:00 --- coffee break ---
16:30 Constraints of new physics theories using Gfitter - Dr Max Baak (CERN)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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16:45 The Probable Fate of the Standard Model - Prof. Jose Ramon Espinosa (IFAE, Barcelona)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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17:00 Extracting SUSY parameters from LHC measurements using Fittino - Klaus Desch (University of Bonn)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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17:15 General Search for New Phenomena at HERA - Dr Gerhard Brandt (DESY)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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17:30 Global searches at the Tevatron - Dr Peter Renkel (Southern Methodist University)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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17:45 Generic Search for Deviations from Standard Model Predictions in CMS - Shahram Rahatlou (Sapienza University of Rome &amp; INFN)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:00
IV. Heavy Ions (until 11:00) (Small Hall)
09:00 Full jet reconstruction in 200 GeV p+p, d+Au and Au+Au collisions by STAR - Mr Jan Kapitan (Nuclear Physics Institute, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)   (Small Hall)
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09:20 First measurements with the ALICE detector at LHC - Dr Domenico ELIA (INFN Bari)   (Small Hall)
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09:40 Heavy Ion Physics with the ATLAS Detector at the LHC - Dr Adam Trzupek (Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN)   (Small Hall)
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10:00 CMS Experiment at LHC: Detector Status and Physics Capabilities in Heavy Ion Collisions - Dr Ivan Amos Cali (M.I.T.)   (Small Hall)
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10:20 Saturation effects at forward rapidities at LHC - Dr Amir Rezaeian (Santa Maria Universidad/Universitaet Regensburg)   (Small Hall)
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10:35 --- coffee break ---
09:00
V. QCD at Colliders (until 18:00) (Exhibition room A)
09:00 Charmed Meson Production Deep Inelastic Scattering at HERA and Extraction of F2(ccbar) - Karin Daum (Wuppertal University)   (Exhibition room A)
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09:20 Measurement of charm and beauty in DIS using the H1 Vertex Detector and Combination of F_2{cc} - Katerina Lipka (DESY)   (Exhibition room A)
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09:40 Heavy flavours in DIS using muon tags at HERA - Massimo Corradi (Bologna University and INFN) Dr massimo corradi (INFN Bologna)   (Exhibition room A)
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09:55 Heavy Flavour photoproduction at HERA - Verena Schoenberg (Bonn University)   (Exhibition room A)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Measurement of the charm fragmentation into D* mesons at HERA - Shuangshi Fang (DESY)   (Exhibition room A)
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11:15 Heavy flavour production at LHC - Dr Alessandro Grelli (Utrecht University)   (Exhibition room A)
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11:40 Transverse-momentum resummation for gaugino-pair production at hadron colliders - Mr Jonathan Debove (LPSC Grenoble)   (Exhibition room A)
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11:55 Threshold resummation for the LHC: all order colour structure and application to squark production - Christian Schwinn (IPPP Durham)   (Exhibition room A)
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12:10 On qualitative aspects of the choice of factorization schemes at NLO - Mr Karel Kolar (Institute of Physics, Prague)   (Exhibition room A)
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12:25 --- lunch break ---
14:30 QCD vs. MC: Drell-Yan pT distribution - Dr Zoltan Nagy (DESY)   (Exhibition room A)
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14:45 Three- and Four-jet Production at Low x at HERA - Prof. Jacek Turnau (Institute of Nuclear Physics, Krakow)   (Exhibition room A)
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15:00 Studies of forward jets and production of W,Z within kt factorisation approach - Dr Krzysztof Kutak (Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY))   (Exhibition room A)
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15:15 Mini experimental review of low-x at LHC - Mrs Silvia Ochesanu (Antwerpen University)   (Exhibition room A)
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16:00 --- coffee break ---
16:30 Jet-gap-jet events at Tevatron and LHC - Dr Christophe Royon (IRFU-SPP, CEA Saclay)   (Exhibition room A)
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16:45 Mini review, hard diffraction and CEP at LHC. - Dr Grzegorz Brona (CERN)   (Exhibition room A)
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17:25 Diffractive PDFs and factorisation tests at HERA - Alberto Garfagnini (Padova University and INFN)   (Exhibition room A)
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17:45 Diffractive open charm production from the dipole model analysis - Ms Agnieszka Łuszczak (Institut of Nuclear Physics PAN Cracow)   (Exhibition room A)
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09:00
VI. QCD in Hadronic Physics (until 18:15) (Exhibition room B)
09:00 Inclusive Photoproduction of rho^0, K^{*0} and phi Mesons at HERA - Grazyna Nowak (IFJ PAN Krakow)   (Exhibition room B)
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09:20 First Observation of Hadronic Final State Charge Asymmetry in High Q^2 Deep-Inelastic Scattering at HERA - Daniel Traynor (Queen Mary, University of London)   (Exhibition room B)
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09:40 Particle spectra at ZEUS - Dr Lydia Shcheglova (Nuclear Physics Institute of Moscow State University) Lydia Shcheglova (Moscow State University)   (Exhibition room B)
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10:05 Charm and strange particles production at ZEUS - Vladimir Aushev (Kiev National University, and Institute for Nuclear Research) Dr Volodymyr Aushev (DESY/INR)   (Exhibition room B)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Recent results and prospects on exploring the helicity structure of the proton at RHIC in high-energy polarized proton-proton collisions - Mr Jan Balewski (MIT)   (Exhibition room B)
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11:25 Selected recent HERMES results on parton distribution and fragmentation functions - Prof. Klaus Rith (University of Erlangen-Nürnberg and DESY)   (Exhibition room B)
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11:50 New results on quark helicity distributions and gluon polarization from the COMPASS experiment at CERN - Dr Krzysztof Kurek (Soltan Institute for Nuclear Studies)   (Exhibition room B)
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12:10 QCD factorization beyond leading twist in exclusive processes: rhoT-meson production - Dr Samuel Wallon (Laboratoire de Physique Théorique)   (Exhibition room B)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
14:30 SDMEs in exclusive rho^0 electroproduction - Dr Alexander Borissov (DESY)   (Exhibition room B)
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14:55 Measurement of Bc mass and lifetime at LHCb - Mr Wenbin QIAN (LAL,Orsay and Tsinghua University)   (Exhibition room B)
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15:20 The Quark Model via an hbar expansion of QCD - Prof. Paul Hoyer (Helsinki University)   (Exhibition room B)
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15:40 Is the X(3872) molecular hypothesis compatible with CDF data? - Dr Fulvio piccinini (INFN Pavia)   (Exhibition room B)
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16:00 Exact beta function and glueball spectrum in large N Yang-Mills theory. - Dr Marco Bochicchio (INFN Roma1)   (Exhibition room B)
16:15 --- coffee break ---
16:35 Inelastic J/psi production at HERA - Riccardo Brugnera (Padova University and INFN)   (Exhibition room B)
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17:25 Experimental evidence for piK-atoms - Prof. Claude Amsler (University of Zurich)   (Exhibition room B)
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17:45 Search for a D*p resonance at HERA II - Katja Krueger (Heidelberg University)   (Exhibition room B)
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09:00
VII. Standard Model Electroweak Physics (until 16:30) (Middle Lecture Hall A)
09:00 Measurement of the W Boson Mass and Width with 1 fb-1 of D0 Run II Data - Dr Mikolaj Cwiok (University of Warsaw, Institute of Experimental Physics)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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09:20 W boson mass measurement in the ATLAS experiment - Ms Nathalie Besson (CEA/Saclay IRFU/SPP)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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09:35 Measurement of the W-boson mass at the LHC: Shortcuts revisited. - Dr Florent Fayette (LPNHE Paris)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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09:50 TOP-MASS MEASUREMENTS FROM DØ - Prof. Thomas ferbel (Universities of Rochester/Maryland)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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10:10 Top quark mass measurements at CDF and Tevatron combinations - Mr Jacob Linacre (Oxford)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Review of electroweak fits of the SM and beyond with Gfitter - Andreas Hoecker (CERN)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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11:25 Multi-jet processes at NLO - Dr Daniel Maitre (IPPP)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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11:45 NLO QCD calculations with the OPP method - Dr costas papadopoulos (ncsr demokritos)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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12:05 Isolated Lepton and Multi-Lepton production at HERA - Dr David South (TU Dortmund)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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12:20 High Q2 Neutral current and Charged current analyses using the complete HERA data - Mr Eram Rizvi (Queen Mary and Westfield College)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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12:35 --- lunch break ---
14:30 Standard Model Prediction for the Muon Anomalous Magnetic Moment - Dr Simon Eidelman (Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, Novosibirsk)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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14:48 KLOE Measurement of the sigma(pi+pi-(gamma)) cross section and the pi-pi contribution to the muon anomaly - Dr Federico Nguyen (INFN Sezione Roma TRE)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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15:06 The Discrepancy Between tau and e+e- Spectral Functions Revisited and the Consequences for the Muon Magnetic Anomaly - Dr Zhiqing Philippe Zhang (LAL)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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15:21 Electroweak physics from Belle - Kiyoshi Hayasaka (Nagoya)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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15:39 Selected electroweak results using tau leptons at BaBar - Ms Elisa Guido (INFN &amp; University Genova)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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11:00
IV. Detectors (LHC and R&D) and Accelerators (until 18:20) (Small Hall)
11:00 The High Level Trigger for Rare Decays at LHCb - Dr Kim Vervink (CERN)   (Small Hall)
11:15 Commissioning the CMS trigger with cosmic rays - Dr Tuula Maki (CERN)   (Small Hall)
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11:30 The ATLAS Trigger System: Recent Experience and Future Plans - Dr Sinead Farrington (University of Oxford)   (Small Hall)
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11:45 The Fast Tracker Architecture for the LHC baseline luminosity - Dr Guido Volpi (INFN Pisa)   (Small Hall)
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12:00 Alignment of the ATLAS Inner Detector tracking system - Mr Oleg Brandt (University of Oxford)   (Small Hall)
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12:15 First Alignment of the CMS Tracker and Implications for the First Collision Data - Prof. Andrei Gritsan (Johns Hopkins University)   (Small Hall)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
14:30 The next energy-frontier accelerator – a linear e+e- collider? - Dr Günther Geschonke (CERN)   (Small Hall)
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15:10 CERN Upgrade Plans for the LHC and its Injectors - Frank Zimmermann (Cern)   (Small Hall)
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15:35 LHeC and eRHIC - Dr Vladimir Litvinenko (Brookhaven National laboratory)   (Small Hall)
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16:00 --- coffee break ---
16:55 Super KEKB and Belle II - Dr Zdenek Dolezal (Charles University Prague)   (Small Hall)
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17:20 The Intensity Frontier at Fermilab - Dr Eric Prebys (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory)   (Small Hall)
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17:45 Future neutrino oscillation facilities - Dr Rob Edgecock (STFC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)   (Small Hall)
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18:00 Status of the international Muon ionization cooling experiment - Dr Maurizio Bonesini (Sezione INFN Milano Bicocca)   (Small Hall)
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09:00
I. Cosmology and Gravitational Waves (until 12:35) (Middle Lecture Hall B)
09:00 Cosmology and Dark Energy - Dr Pierre Astier (Paris University)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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09:25 The Dark Energy Survey - Dr Ignacio Sevilla (CIEMAT)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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09:40 The Evolution of the Large Scale Structure of the Universe from z~2 until now - Dr Agnieszka Pollo (The Andrzej Soltan Institute for Nuclear Research)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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09:55 Gravitino dark matter and high reheating temperature - Dr Krzysztof Turzynski (Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Warsaw)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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10:10 Solving the Li problem by long lived stau in a stau-neutralino coannihilation scenario - Dr Masato Yamanaka (ICRR, university of Tokyo)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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10:25 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Cosmic Microwave Background anisotropies and primordial gravitational waves - Dr Radoslaw Stompor (CNRS, Laboratoire AstroParticule et Cosmologie, Paris, France)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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11:25 Searches for stochastic gravitational waves in LIGO and VIRGO data - Prof. Andrzej Krolak (Institute of Mathematics Polish Academy of Sciences)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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11:50 Inflation and preheating in supergravity - the role of flat directions - Mrs Anna Kaminska (Institute of Theoretical Physics, University of Warsaw)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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12:05 Models of Inflation in Supergravity - Dr Stefan Antusch (MPI Munich)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
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12:20 Singlet dark matter effects on Higgs boson driven inflation - Prof. Sherwin Love (Purdue University)   (Middle Lecture Hall B)
09:00
II. Flavour Physics (until 12:30) (Large Lecture - Hall A)
09:00 b -> s hadronic decays at Belle - Sunghyon KYEONG (Yonsei University)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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09:15 b -> d and other charmless B decays at Belle - Cheng-Chin CHIANG (National Taiwan University)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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09:35 Three-body charmless hadronic B decays at BABAR - Dr Thomas Latham (University of Warwick)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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09:50 Towards a unitary Dalitz plot analysis of three- body hadronic B decays - Prof. Leonard Lesniak (Henryk Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN, Krakow, Poland)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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10:05 Nonleptonic charmless B_c decays and their search at LHCb - Dr Sébastien Descotes-Genon (LPT Orsay (CNRS/Univ. Paris Sud 11))   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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10:20 Properties of heavy-flavoured hadrons at CDF - Dr Juan Pablo Fernández (CIEMAT)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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10:35 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Hadronic b -> c decays at Belle - Jaroslaw WIECHCZYNSKI (Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN, Krakow)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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11:15 Hadronic b -> c decays at BaBar - Mr Tae Min Hong (University of California -- Santa Barbara)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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11:30 Baryonic Bd decays at Belle - Min-Zu Wang (NTU)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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11:45 Baryonic B-decays at BABAR - Mr Marcus Ebert (Babar speaker)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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12:00 Properties of heavy-flavoured baryons at CDF - Dr Patrick Lukens (Fermilab)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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12:15 Observation of the Doubly Strange b Baryon Omega-_b with the D0 Detector - Dr Jesus Orduna (CINVESTAV Mexico)   (Large Lecture - Hall A)
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09:00
III. Higgs and New Physics (until 12:30) (Large Lecture - Hall B)
09:00 Search of New Physics with Kaon decays at NA62 - Dr Gianmaria Collazuol (Scuola Normale Superiore and INFN Pisa)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:15 Measuring Lepton Flavour Violation at LHC with Long-Lived Slepton in the Coannihilation Region - Dr Takashi Shimomura (Universidad de Valencia, Spain)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:30 Search for invisible or lepton-flavor-violating Upsilon decays in BaBar - Prof. Justin ALBERT (Univ. of Victoria)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:45 Search for a lepton flavor violating $\tau$ decay into $l K_S$ and $l K_S K_S$ - Mr Yoshiyuki Miyazaki (Nagoya University)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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10:00 Search for Squark Production in R-Parity Violating Supersymmetry at HERA - Michael Herbst (Kirchhoff-Institut für Physik, Universität Heidelberg)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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10:15 Flavour violating squark and gluino decays - Dr Tobias Hurth (CERN)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Signatures of Heavy Vectors in Higgsless models - Dr Jernej Kamenik (INFN LNF)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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11:15 Wrong vertex displacements due to Lee-Wick resonances at LHC - Dr Ezequiel Alvarez (Universidad de Buenos Aires and CONICET)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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11:30 Search for lepto-quark and compositness at the Tevatron - Dr Thomas Nunnemann (University of Munich)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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11:45 Search for leptoquarks and contact interactions at HERA - Dr Robert Ciesielski (DESY)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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12:00 Searches for excited fermions at HERA - Mr Zhiqing Zhang (LAL Orsay)   (Large Lecture - Hall B)
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09:00
IV. Detectors (LHC and R&D) and Accelerators (until 12:40) (Small Hall)
09:00 The LHCb Upgrade - Dr Marcin Kucharczyk (Syracuse University)   (Small Hall)
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09:15 ATLAS upgrades for the sLHC collider - Dr Sandro Palestini (CERN)   (Small Hall)
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09:30 Design process of the CMS Silicon Tracker for Super-LHC - Dr Carlo Civinini (INFN - Firenze)   (Small Hall)
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09:45 Silicon Detectors for the sLHC - an Overview of Recent RD50 Results - Dr Giulio Pellegrini (Centro Nacional de Microelectronica CNM-IMB-CSIC)   (Small Hall)
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10:00 Radiation-hard ASICS for sLHC optical data transmission - Prof. K.K. Gan (The Ohio State University)   (Small Hall)
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10:15 Perforamnce of the ALIBAVA portable readout system with irradiated and non-irradiated microstrip silicon sensors - Mr Ricardo Marco-Hernández (IFIC(CSIC-UV))   (Small Hall)
10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Electromagnetic Calorimetry for the ILC - Dr Cristina Carloganu (LPC/IN2P3/CNRS)   (Small Hall)
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11:20 The CALICE hadron calorimeters - beam test results and new developments. - Prof. Jaroslav Cvach (Institute of Physics of the AS CR, v.v.i., Na Slovance 2, 182 21 Prague 8, Czech Republic)   (Small Hall)
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11:40 A Large TPC Prototype for an ILC Detector - Klaus Dehmelt (DESY)   (Small Hall)
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11:55 The T2K TPCs - Mr Claudio Giganti (CEA/Saclay)   (Small Hall)
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12:10 CMOS Pixel Sensors for High Precision Beam Telescopes and Vertex Detectors - Rita De Masi (IPHC-Strasbourg)   (Small Hall)
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12:25 The STAR Tracking Upgrade - Prof. Bernd Surrow (MIT)   (Small Hall)
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09:00
V. QCD at Colliders (until 12:05) (Exhibition room A)
09:00 Leading Baryon Production at HERA - Mr Vitaliy Dodonov (Max-Planck-Institut f. Kernphysik Heidelberg)   (Exhibition room A)
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09:20 Diffractive rho and phi production in DIS at HERA - Mr Xavier Janssen (Inter-University Institute for High Energies ULB-VUB Brussels)   (Exhibition room A)
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09:40 Exclusive Photoproduction at HERA - Dorota Szuba (DESY)   (Exhibition room A)
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10:00 Central exclusive photoproduction at the LHC - Dr Wolfgang Schäfer (IFJ PAN)   (Exhibition room A)
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10:15 Diffractive production of \chi_c(0,1,2) mesons at LHC, Tevatron and RHIC - Dr Roman Pasechnik (Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, JINR, Dubna 141980, Russia)   (Exhibition room A)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 HERA DVCS Results - Mr Jonathan Burns (HEMRES)   (Exhibition room A)
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11:20 GPDs at HERA and perspectives at COMPASS - Dr laurent schoeffel (CEA Saclay)   (Exhibition room A)
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11:35 Traveling wave solution of the Reggeon Field Theory - Dr Robi Peschanski (IPhT, Saclay)   (Exhibition room A)
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11:50 Pomeron Odderon interference in production of pi-pi pairs at LHC - Dr Samuel Wallon (Laboratoire de Physique Théorique)   (Exhibition room A)
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09:00
VI. QCD in Hadronic Physics (until 12:35) (Exhibition room B)
09:00 Transverse target spin asymmetries on a proton target at COMPASS - on behalf of the COMPASS collaboration - Mr Andreas Richter (Physikalisches Institut IV, Univ. Erlangen-Nürnberg)   (Exhibition room B)
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09:25 Meson Spectroscopy at COMPASS - Mr Florian Haas (Technische Universität München, Physik Department E18, 85748 Garching, Germany)   (Exhibition room B)
09:50 Exclusive pion cross section and asymmetry at HERMES - Ivana Hristova (DESY)   (Exhibition room B)
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10:10 A systematic study of the strong interaction with PANDA - Dr Johan Messchendorp (KVI/University of Groningen/PANDA collaboration)   (Exhibition room B)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 Hadron mass generation and the strong interaction - Dr Hans-Peter Morsch (Institut fuer Kernphysik, Forschungszentrum Juelich)   (Exhibition room B)
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11:20 Heavy quark meson spectroscopy at CDF - Mr Felix Wick (University of Karlsruhe)   (Exhibition room B)
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11:40 Why dispersion relations help in description of pion-pion amplitudes and lead to precise determination of the f0(600) (sigma) parameters? - Dr Robert Kaminski (Insititute of Nuclear Physics PAN)   (Exhibition room B)
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11:55 Coupled channel description for X(3872) and other XYZ mesons - Mr Pablo G. Ortega (University of Salamanca)   (Exhibition room B)
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12:15 Early Physics with the LHCf detector at LHC - Dr Tricomi Alessia (University and INFN Catania)   (Exhibition room B)
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09:00
VII. Unified Theories, Strings, Non-perturbative QFT (until 12:30) (Middle Lecture Hall A)
09:00 Intermediate mass scales in the non-supersymmetric SO(10) grand unification: a reappraisal - Dr Michal Malinsky (KTH Stockholm)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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09:15 Neutralino Dark Matter and Collider Signal in an SO(10) model with Two-step Intermediate Scale Symmetry Breaking - Dr Eun-Kyung Park (Physics Institute of Bonn University)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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09:30 Standard(-like) Model from an SO(12) Grand Unified Theory in six-dimensions with S(2) extra-space - Mr Takaaki Nomura (Saitama University)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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09:45 SUSY GUTs with Yukawa Unification in the light of data - Dr Diego Guadagnoli (Technical University Munich)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
10:00 Selected aspects of recent work in heterotic string phenomenology. - Dr James Gray (University of Oxford)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00 String Cosmology - Dr Marco Zagermann (MPI for Physics, Munich)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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11:30 Getting 4d physics from open string wavefunctions - Dr Pablo G. Camara (Ecole Polytechnique)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
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12:00 Patterns of High energy Massive String Scatterings in the Regge Regime - Prof. Jen-Chi Lee (National Chiao-Tung University)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
12:15 Construction of the ground state of Matrix Theory: Near the Origin - Dr Maciej Trzetrzelewski (Jagiellonian University)   (Middle Lecture Hall A)
08:00
EXCURSIONS (until 20:00) (free time)
09:00
Plenary Session 1 (until 11:00) (Large)
09:00 Opening   (Large Lecture - Hall)
09:15 Prize Ceremony   (Large Lecture - Hall)
09:30 Prize Winners   (Large Lecture - Hall)
10:00 Special Address - Prof. Frank Wilczek (MIT)   (Large)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00
Plenary Session 2 -Prof. Paraskevas SPHICAS (CERN and University of Athens) (until 14:00) (Large Lecture - Hall)
11:00 Higgs searches - Prof. John Conway (Univ. of California, Davis)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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11:30 New Physics searches - Volker Buescher (Universitaet Mainz)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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12:00 --- lunch break ---
09:00
Plenary Session 1 (until 11:00) (Auditorium Maximum)
09:00 Direct searches for Dark Matter - Elena Aprile (Columbia)   (Auditorium Maximum)
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09:30 Observing signatures of Cosmic Rays using high-energy gamma-ray telescopes - Prof. Olaf Reimer (Institute for Astro- and Particle Physics, University of Innsbruck and KIPAC, Stanford University)   (Auditorium Maximum)
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10:00 Ultra High-Energy Cosmic Ray Observations: Status and Prospects - Karl-Heinz Kampert (University Wuppertal)   (Auditorium Maximum)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00
Plenary Session 2 (until 14:00) (Large Lecture - Hall)
11:00 Dark matter theory - Alessandro Strumia (Università di Pisa)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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11:30 Cosmology and Dark Energy - Viatcheslav Mukhanov (Munich)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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12:00 String theory - Angel Uranga (CSIC, Madrid &amp; CERN, Geneva)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
09:00
Plenary Session 1 (until 11:00) (Large Lecture - Hall)
09:00 QCD - experiment - Prof. Peter Schleper (Hamburg University)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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09:30 Non-perturbative Field Theory - Dr Romuald Janik (Jagiellonian University)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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10:00 Flavour physics at the Tevatron - Prof. Giovanni Punzi (Universita' and INFN-Pisa)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00
Plenary Session 2 (until 14:30) (Large Lecture - Hall)
11:00 Flavour physics at other machines (B-factories) - Dr Adrian Bevan (Queen Mary University of London)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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11:45 Flavour theory - Prof. Andrzej J. Buras (Technical University Munich)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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12:30 --- lunch break ---
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14:30
IV. Heavy Ions (until 18:00) (Small Hall)
14:30 Search for the QCD critical point at SPS energies - Dr Katarzyna Grebieszkow (Warsaw University of Technology)   (Small Hall)
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14:45 Strong and Electromagnetic Interactions at SPS Energies - Dr Andrzej Rybicki (H.Niewodniczanski Institute of Nuclear Physics, Polish Academy of Sciences)   (Small Hall)
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15:00 Recent results from the CERN NA60 experiment - Dr Pietro Cortese (Universita' del Piemonte Orientale in Alessandria and INFN of Torino)   (Small Hall)
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15:20 Charmonium resonance production from quark coalescence - Mr Gergo Hamar (MTA KFKI RMKI Research Institude for Particle and Nuclear Physics)   (Small Hall)
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15:35 Probing charm production in high-energy nuclear collisions - Torsten Dahms (CERN)   (Small Hall)
15:50 EMC Effect in Heavy Ion Collision - Dr Gergely Gabor Barnafoldi (MTA KFKI RMKI)   (Small Hall)
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16:05 --- coffee break ---
16:30 The BRAHMS results on the proton-to-pion ratio pT-dependence in the RHIC range of baryo-chemical potential - Dr Pawel Staszel (Jagiellonian University)   (Small Hall)
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16:50 Properties of the matter created in heavy ion collisions – results from the PHOBOS experiment - Dr Krzysztof Wozniak (Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN, Krakow, Poland)   (Small Hall)
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17:10 Exploring the QCD medium with the PHENIX experiment at RHIC - Prof. Julia Velkovska (Vanderbilt University)   (Small Hall)
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17:30 Flow, spectra and HBT radii in Heavy-Ion collisions - Piotr Bozek (Institute of Nuclear Physics PAN Krakow/Rzeszow University)   (Small Hall)
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17:45 Bjorken Flow of the Quark-Gluon Plasma and Gauge/Gravity Correspondence - Dr Robi Peschanski (IPhT, Saclay)   (Small Hall)
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16:30
VII. Unified Theories, Strings, Non-perturbative QFT (until 18:30) (Middle Lecture A)
16:45 Measurement of the $D^0\to \phi \eta$, $D^0 \to \omega \eta$ and $D^0 \to K^* \eta$ Branching Fractions - Dr Amir Rahimi (OSU)   (Middle Lecture A)
17:00 Search for the rare decay $D^{0} \rightarrow \gamma \gamma$ and improved measurement of $D^{0} \rightarrow \pi^{0} \pi^{0}$ - James Morris (The Ohio State University)   (Middle Lecture A)
17:15 Anomalous WW gamma quartic and trilinear coupling in photon-induced processes using forward detectors at the LHC - Dr Christophe Royon (IRFU-SPP, CEA Saclay)   (Middle Lecture A)
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17:30 Understanding the structure of the proton: From HERA and Tevatron to LHC - Dr laurent schoeffel (CEA Saclay)   (Middle Lecture A)
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17:45 Reconstruction of the primordial power spectrum using multiple data sets - Dr Paul Hunt (University of Warsaw)   (Middle Lecture A)
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18:00 String Phenomenology - Dr Joseph Conlon (Oxford University)   (Middle Lecture A)
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14:00
Joint EPS - EFCA meeting (until 18:00) (Auditorium Maximum)
14:00 Introduction - Prof. Per OSLAND (University of Bergen) Prof. Karlheinz Meier (Heidelberg University)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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14:10 Astroparticle physics and relations with the LHC - Dr Christian Spiering (DESY)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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14:30 Discussion   (Large Lecture - Hall)
14:50 The high-energy frontier - Prof. Rolf Heuer (CERN)   (Auditorium Maximum)
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15:10 Discussion   (Large Lecture - Hall)
15:30 --- coffee break ---
16:00 The future of accelerator based neutrino physics - Prof. Alain Blondel (DPNC university of Geneva)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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16:20 Discussion   (Auditorium Maximum)
16:40 Super-B factories - Prof. Tatsuya Nakada   (Auditorium Maximum)
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17:00 Discussion   (Large Lecture - Hall)
17:20 Overall discussion and concluding remarks   (Auditorium Maximum)
14:00
Plenary Session 3 -Dr Helmut BURKHARDT (CERN) (until 16:00) (Large Lecture - Hall)
14:00 LHC machine - Dr Lyndon Evans (CERN)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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14:30 ATLAS - Dr Fabiola Gianotti (CERN)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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15:00 CMS - Jim Virdee (Cern)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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15:30 --- coffee break ---
16:00
Plenary Session 4 -Prof. Stefan POKORSKI (University of Warsaw) (until 17:30) (Large Lecture - Hall)
16:00 SM theory for collider physics - Prof. Charalampos Anastasiou (ETH Zurich)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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16:45 New theories for the Fermi scale - Christophe Grojean (CERN)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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14:00
Plenary Session 3 (until 16:00) (Large Lecture - Hall)
14:00 Gravitational waves - Prof. Karsten Danzmann (MPI for Gravitational Physics)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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14:30 W and Z physics (exp) - Dr Christopheer Hays (Oxford University)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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15:00 Top physics (exp) - Dr Christian Schwanenberger (University of Manchester)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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15:30 --- coffee break ---
16:00
Plenary Session 4 (until 17:30) (Large Lecture - Hall)
16:00 Detectors R&D - Prof. James Brau (Univ. of Oregon)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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16:45 Accelerator R&D - Dr Caterina Biscari (LNF-INFN)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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14:30
Plenary Session 3 (until 16:30) (Large Lecture - Hall)
14:30 LHCb - Prof. Andrey Golutvin (Imperial College / ITEP / CERN)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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15:00 Ultrarelativistic Heavy Ions - Urs Wiedemann (CERN)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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15:30 ALICE - Dr Paolo giubellino (INFN Torino ITALY)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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16:00 --- coffee break ---
16:30
Plenary Session 4 (until 18:00) (Large Lecture - Hall)
16:30 Neutrino physics - Prof. David Wark (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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17:15 Conference Summary/Outlook - Wilfried Buchmuller (DESY)   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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18:00
Plenary Session 5 (until 18:20) (Large Lecture - Hall)
18:00 Short presentation of the next HEP-EPS conference   (Large Lecture - Hall)
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18:10 Closing   (Large Lecture - Hall)