ZPW2023

Recent Highlights across Phenomenology

About ZPW

This year

During the past years, the Zurich Phenomenology Workshop has developed into a forum for particle physics researchers to discuss the latest developments in phenomenology. Its recent editions focused on

After two years of suspension, the 2023 edition will cover a relatively broad range of topics, focusing on the participation of scientists from nearby countries. This will give the possibility of live discussions, which were missing over the last two years, at the same time enhancing the exchange of ideas in nearby fields. The workshop will provide a forum for discussions on precision calculations for collider phenomenology, resummation techniques and SCET, perturbation theory for gravity and cosmology, EFT automated tools, low-energy anomalies (g-2 and B-physics) and implications for high-pT physics. Participation will be possible only for vaccinated people (or assimilated).

The workshop, organized jointly by the particle theory groups of UZH and ETH with the support of the Pauli Center for Theoretical Studies, will be held on January 11-13, 2023.

Registration is now open. Please register here.

The schedule is available here.

The event starts on Wednesday 11th of January at 9:30 am (registration from 8:30 am) and ends on Friday 13th, at 12:30 in the afternoon.

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Curated by:

For any further information or questions please don't hesitate to contact Gaby Aeppliat: gaby.aeppli@physik.uzh.ch.

Confirmed Speakers

Venue

The workshop will take place at the historic UZH Main Building (Raemistrasse 71, 8006 Zurich). The talks will be hosted at the lecture theatre KOL-G-217.


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Workshop dinner

The workshop dinner will take place on Thursday 12 January at 18:30 at the historic Haus zum Rüden (Limmatquai 42, 8001 Zürich).

© Roland Fischer, Zürich (Switzerland)

Accommodation


Participants should arrange themselves for their hotel reservation.

WARNING: Please be aware of a scam that has become quite widespread: conference participants and speakers are sometimes contacted by phone or email and asked for credit card numbers to secure a hotel reservation. Please note that nobody from the conference organization will contact you with such requests.

Access, Diversity & Inclusion


We want every participant to feel welcome, included, and safe at the conference. Moreover, we will do our best to accommodate specific needs such as accessibility, child care or dietary requirements. We cannot promise to solve every issue, but we will certainly try. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with the organisers or the secretariat if you require any assistance.

We expect all workshop participants to be respectful, constructive and to support the Mission Statement and Goals of UZH and The Respect Code of Conduct of ETH.