Nov 22 – 24, 2023
Institute for Nuclear Physics -- Polish Academy of Sciences (IFJ PAN)
Europe/Warsaw timezone

The 2023 Polish Particle and Nuclear Theory Summit will be held 22-24 November, 2023 at the Institute for Nuclear Physics (IFJ PAN) in Krakow, Poland. This mini-workshop aims to bring together the Polish particle and nuclear theory community and hear about current research topics and ideas. The workshop features a dedicated Early Career Researcher session. All talks at the workshop are expected to be in person. We are looking forward to your participation!

Dates: early afternoon Nov 22 (W) -- late afternoon Nov 24 (F). We anticipate most participants from outside Krakow to travel/arrive Wednesday morning.

Deadline for requesting local support: Oct 27 (F)

Physics topics:
-- LHC physics
-- EIC physics
-- searches for new physics
-- dark matter and astroparticle physics
-- neutrino masses and oscillations
-- precision QCD and loop computations
-- nuclear and proton parton distribution functions
-- quark-gluon plasma
-- collinear and kT factorization
-- ultra peripheral collisions
-- formal developments
-- many more!

Registration fee: 0 PLN. Coffee, tea, and snacks will be provided during breaks. (Everyone is on their own for meals!)

Limited local support is available for speakers from outside Krakow

Special note: Krakow's Christmas markets will officially open on the last day of the workshop.

Questions can be directed to: nz42.activities [at]

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Institute for Nuclear Physics -- Polish Academy of Sciences (IFJ PAN)
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Institute of Nuclear Physics -- Polish Academy of Sciences (IFJ PAN) ul. Radzikowskiego 152, 31-342 Kraków
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Organization committee:
Souvik Adhya (co-chair, co-PI)
Krzysztof Kutak (co-chair)
Aleksander Kusina
Rene Poncelet
Richard Ruiz (co-chair, co-PI)
Andrzej Siodmok
Renata Wieczorek (secretary)


Organization and sponsorship: This workshop is organized by the Department of Particle Physics (NZ42) in the Division of Theoretical Physics (NO4) at the IFJ PAN, and is supported by the Narodowe Centrum Nauki (NCN) and Polska Akademia Nauk (PAN).

Application for this event is currently open.
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