6-8 May 2015
LNF, Alte Energie
Europe/Rome timezone
Aim of the workshop:
The top-quark mass definition and determination is a major subject of debate in both theoretical and experimental communities. Different strategies to relate the measured and theoretical quantities have been envisaged. The aim of this  3-day meeting is to convene experts on this topic to stimulate an informal discussion on different aspects of the issue. We plan to have only three or four talks each day, and plenty of time to discuss  the connection between the experimentally reconstructed top mass relying on Monte Carlo generators and different theoretical mass definitions, including the most advanced strategies. Implications of the top-mass determination for physics beyond the standard model will be also covered. The general approach and format will be pedagogical, the audience ranging from top-quark physics experts to graduate students, and should favour extended discussion among participants.


Confirmed Speakers:
 

Spyridon Argyropoulos        (DESY, Hamburg)
Vincenzo Branchina
           (Catania U. & INFN)
Roberto Chierici                        (CNRS & IPNL, Lyon)
Marina Cobal                             (Udine U. & INFN)
Roberto Franceschini          (CERN, Geneva)
Andrè Hoang
                          (Vienna U.)
Sandra Leone                     (INFN Pisa)
Fabio Maltoni                    
(Louvain U.)
Sven-Olaf Moch                 (DESY, Hamburg)
Michael Scherer                 (Heidelberg U.)
Adrian Signer                     (PSI, Villigen)


 

Dates: from 06 May 2015 09:00 to 08 May 2015 18:00
Timezone: Europe/Rome
Location: LNF, Alte Energie
 Room: Aula Seminari
Chairs: Roberto Bonciani
Gennaro Corcella
Giuseppe Degrassi
Vittorio Del Duca
Barbara Mele
Enrico Nardi
Additional info:
Secretariat: Maddalena Legramante tel. 0039 06 94032791 fax 0039 06 94032900 maddalena.legramante@lnf.infn.it

On May 6, 7, 8, access to LNF will be granted to registered participants also from the HE Building gate close to Tor Vergata train station, with the following schedule:
                     From 9:15 am to 10:45am and from 4:00pm to 5:00pm.