Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual

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TAE 2021 - International Workshop on High Energy Physics

2021, Sep 05 -- Sep 18

M. Asorey (CAPA, U. Zaragoza)
J. Fernandez de Troconiz (UAM, Madrid)
J.I. Illana (U. Granada)
C. Palomares (CIEMAT, Madrid)
C. Peña Garay (Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc)
M. Tortola (IFIC-CSIC/U. Valencia)

The TAE (Taller de Altas Energías) - Workshop on High Energy Physics is an international workshop aimed at completing the education of first and second year graduated students who are starting their research on experimental or theoretical High Energy Physics, Astroparticles and Cosmology. The program of the TAE combines lectures and individual work supervised by Tutors. Lectures will be delivered in the mornings, whereas Tutorials on selected topics will be reserved for the afternoons. Participants will work through the solutions of problems proposed by the lecturers with the help of a number of tutors. All participants are also encouraged to present and discuss their work during specific Seminar sessions.

The Workshop will take place at Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual (http://benasque.org/) which is an international meeting infrastructure that provides excellent facilities and an agreeable atmosphere to allow the participants to interact with senior researchers and also to carry their work during the meeting. The lecture halls and seminars for discussion sessions are located in the Centre. Computing and electronic communication facilities are available.

Benasque is a beautiful village located in the Spanish Pyrenees, just at the bottom of their highest mountain (Pico Aneto), with a wonderful countryside/hiking environment.

List of topics

- Statistical Methods, Glen Cowan (Royal Holloway, UK)
- QFT and Effective Field Theories, José Santiago (U. Granada, Spain)
- Electroweak Standard Model, José Ignacio Illana (U. Granada, Spain)
- QCD and Jets, Germán Rodrigo (IFIC, CSIC - U. Valencia, Spain)
- Neutrino physics (theory), Gabriela Barenboim (IFIC, CSIC - U. Valencia, Spain)
- Neutrino physics (experiment), Federico Sánchez (U. Geneva, Switzerland)
- Astroparticle physics, Jorge Casaus (CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain)
- Cosmology, Eusebio Sánchez (CIEMAT, Madrid, Spain)
- Beyond the Standard Model, Verónica Sanz (IFIC, CSIC - U.Valencia, Spain)
- LHC physics, Mario Martínez (IFAE, Barcelona, Spain)
- Flavor physics, Javier Virto (U. Barcelona, Spain)
- LHCb physics, Arantza Oyanguren (IFIC, CSIC - U. Valencia, Spain)
- Dark Matter, David Cerdeño (UAM & IFT, Madrid, Spain)
- Gravitational waves, Alicia Sintes (U. Illes Balears, Spain)
- Axions, Igor Irastorza (U. Zaragoza, Spain)
- Outreach workshop, Alberto Aparici (IFIC, CSIC - U. Valencia, Spain)

* To be confirmed

Call for participations

Abstract submission should be done through here.

* Abstracts files should be in .pdf format
* You have to be registered before submitting an abstract.


Registration fee information

The registration fee for this conference is 250 eur.

Pay by bank transfer

The registration fee must be paid to the account of the Centro de Ciencias de Benasque Pedro Pascual after your application has been accepted.

Ibercaja (account number): 2085 2310 3803 3004 4193
IBAN: ES44 2085 2310 3803 3004 4193

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* Please, pay after your application has been accepted.
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* Include as a subject in the transfer '2021tae Your_Surname'
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      Full name of the conference and your name.

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Further Information.

This session has received financial support from the following institutions:

  • Ministerio de ciencia, innovación y universidades
  • Gobierno de Aragón
  • logo CSIC
  • DPH
  • Universidad de Zaragoza
  • Ayuntamiento de Benasque

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