22-25 July 2019
Lyon
Europe/Paris timezone

The LIO international workshop on Vector-like Fermions aims at discussing the new results from the Large Hadron Collider and explore new and emerging models of physics beyond the standard model. It will be mainly dedicated to different aspects of fundamental theories containing vector-like fermions and their searches. The phenomenology of these states and their implications will be discussed in detail.

The workshop is aimed at starting new collaborations and projects, so ample time will be left for discussion and collaborative work.

 

The venue will be the salle Fontannes, in the Building Darwin. The building is in front of the tram T1/T4 stop "Université Lyon 1" (see map below).

 

View Map salle Fontannes

How to reach Lyon: if you fly in the Lyon Exupery airport, you can easily reach Lyon by taking the express tram Rhonexpress to the central Lyon Part-Dieu train station.

How to reach the IPNL : take the tram T1 direction IUT Feyssine or T4 direction La Doua Gaston Berger and get off at the stop Universite Lyon 1. From there you can walk to the IPN: follow the tram track and turn on the first road on the left. The IPNL is down the road (click on the link below to see a map). Address: 4 rue Fermi, Villeurbanne

View Map IPNL

 

 

Invited key speakers include:

- Elena Accomando (Southampton University)
- Diogo Buarque Franzosi (Chalmers University of Technology, Goteborg)
- Alexandra Carvalho Oliveira (NICPB Tallinn and CMS)
- Venugopal Ellajosyula (Uppsala University and ATLAS)
- Manuel Perez-Victoria (Granada University)
- Aniello Spiezia (CERN and CMS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Starts
Ends
Europe/Paris
Lyon
Salle Fontannes
Bat. Darwin, Campus la Doua

This conference is locally organized by Institut de Physique Nucléaire de Lyon (IPNL), and is funded in part by the LABEX "Lyon Institute of Origins" (LIO), Université Lyon 1 and Faculté des Sciences.

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