BEAUTY 2018

from Sunday, 6 May 2018 (17:00) to Friday, 11 May 2018 (19:30)
La Biodola, Isola d'Elba

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
6 May 2018
7 May 2018
8 May 2018
9 May 2018
10 May 2018
11 May 2018
AM
09:00
Session 1 - Introduction -Prof. Robert Fleischer (Nikhef) (until 10:30) ()
09:00 Welcome - Giovanni Punzi (PI)   ()
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09:15 Theory in the LHC era - Matthias Neubert (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz)   ()
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10:00 Theory of CP violation in B decays - Keri Vos (Siegen University)   ()
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10:30 --- coffee break ---
11:00
Session 2 - CP Violation - Michael Gronau (until 13:00) ()
11:00 CKM angle gamma at LHCb - Matthew Kenzie (CERN)   ()
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11:20 Measurement of Phi_s at LHCb - Greig Cowan (University of Edinburgh)   ()
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11:40 CP violation sensitivity at the Belle II Experiment - Alessandro Morda (CPPM, Aix-Marseille Université, CNRS/IN2P3, Marseille, France)   ()
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12:00 Charmless two-body b decays at LHCb - Thomas Latham (University of Warwick)   ()
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12:20 Charmless multi-body b decays at LHCb - Rafael Silva Coutinho (Zurich University)   ()
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12:40 B -> open charm modes at LHCb - Marina Artuso (Syracuse University/CERN)   ()
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09:00
Session 5 - Semileptonic decays -Dr paula collins (cern) (until 10:45) ()
09:00 Semileptonic B decays (theory) - Olcyr De Lima Sumensari (PD)   ()
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09:30 R(D*) at LHCb - Patrick Owen (University of Zurich)   ()
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09:50 Semileptonic decays at B-factories - Franco Simonetto (PD)   ()
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10:15 Other semileptonic studies at LHCb - Matthew Rudolph (Syracuse University)   ()
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10:45 --- coffee break ---
11:15
Session 6 - Poster (until 12:40) ()
11:15 Comparing AdS/QCD and Sum Rules predictions for B->K* nu nubar - Mohammad Ahmady (Mount Allison University)   ()
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11:15 Decoding Leptonic and Semileptonic B Decays - Giovanni Banelli (NIKHEF)   ()
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11:15 Measurement of the time-integrated CP asymmetry in D0 -> KS0 KS0 decays with LHCb - Giulia Tuci (PI)   ()
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11:15 Muon identification and performance in the ATLAS experiment - Camilla Di Donato (NA)   ()
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11:15 The nuclear modification factor of D and B mesons in a field fluctuating quark-gluon plasma at LHC energies - Ashik Ikbal Sheikh (Variable Energy Cyclotron Centre, Department of Atomic Energy)   ()
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11:15 Trigger techniques for B-Physics at CMS - Alessio Boletti (PD)   ()
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11:15 Utilising $B\to\pi K$ Decays at the High-Precision Frontier - Ruben Jaarsma (Nikhef)   ()
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09:00
Session 9 - Production (1) - Sandro Palestini Palestini (CERN) (until 11:00) ()
09:00 Recent results in Beauty production at ATLAS - Roger Jones (Lancaster University)   ()
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09:20 Heavy Flavour production at LHCb - Fabio Ferrari (BO)   ()
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09:40 B and Onia production at CMS - Paolo Ronchese (PD)   ()
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10:00 Recent ATLAS results in charmonium production - Pavel Reznicek (Charles University in Prague)   ()
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10:20 Heavy flavour physics in heavy ions collisions at LHC - Giuseppe Eugenio Bruno (BA)   ()
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11:00 --- coffee break ---
11:30
Session 10 - Production (2) and Kaon physics - Vincenzo Maria Vagnoni (BO) (until 13:05) ()
11:30 Associated quarkonia production at ATLAS - Alessandro Cerri (University of Sussex)   ()
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11:50 Z ->J/Psi X at CMS - Riccardo Manzoni (ETH Zuerich)   ()
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12:10 Rare kaon decays (theory) - Giancarlo D'Ambrosio (NA)   ()
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12:40 K -> 𝝅𝝂𝝂 from NA62 and KOTO - Angela Romano (University of Birmingham)   ()
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09:00
Session 11 - Rare decays - Fabrizio Palla (PI) (until 10:40) ()
09:00 Rare Leptonic B decays (theory) - Gilberto Tetlalmatzi-Xolocotzi (Nikhef)   ()
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09:30 B -> µµ at CMS - Giacomo Fedi (INFN - Pisa)   ()
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09:50 B->µµ and other rare decays at LHCb - Matteo Rama (PI)   ()
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10:10 BSM fits for rare B decays (theory) - Nazila Mahmoudi (Lyon University and CERN)   ()
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10:40 --- coffee break ---
11:10
Session 12 - Other lepton-related modes - Guy Wilkinson (University of Oxford) (until 12:55) ()
11:10 b-anomalies related to leptons and LFV: new directions in model building (theory) - Ferruccio Feruglio (PD)   ()
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11:40 Studies of missing energy in B decays at Belle II Experiment - Mario Merola (NA)   ()
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12:00 Review of LFV experiments - Douglas Glenzinski (Fermilab)   ()
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Session 15 - Charm physics - Giovanni Punzi (PI) (until 11:00) ()
09:00 Charm decays (theory) - Stefan de Boer (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
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09:30 Charm physics at B-factories - Longke Li (IHEP-China)   ()
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09:55 Charm CPV and mixing at LHCb - Mark Williams (University of Manchester)   ()
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10:15 Semi-leptonic and leptonic D decays at BESIII - Giulio Mezzadri (FE)   ()
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10:35 Rare charm and strange decays at LHCb - Angelo Di Canto (CERN)   ()
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11:00 --- coffee break ---
11:30
Session 16 - Future upgrades -Prof. marina artuso (syracuse university/cern) (until 13:10) ()
11:30 B Physics at the HL-LHC with ATLAS - Wolfgang Walkowiak (University of Siegen)   ()
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11:50 B Physics at the HL-LHC with CMS - Sara Fiorendi (MIB)   ()
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12:10 The LHCb Phase-I Upgrade - Paula Collins (CERN)   ()
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12:30 Phase II running of SuperKEKB and Belle II - Carlos Marinas (University of Bonn)   ()
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12:50 The LHCb Phase-II Upgrade - Nicola Neri (INFN - Milano)   ()
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PM
17:00 --- Registration ---
19:30 --- Welcome cocktail ---
13:00 --- lunch break ---
16:00
Session 3 - Spectroscopy (1) -Prof. Roger Jones (Lancaster University) (until 17:30) ()
16:00 Heavy Exotics spectroscopy (theory) - Karliner Marek (Tel Aviv University)   ()
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16:30 Conventional Heavy Baryon Spectroscopy at LHCb - Sheldon Stone (Syracuse University)   ()
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16:50 Exotic Spectroscopy at LHCb - Giovanni Cavallero (GE)   ()
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17:30 --- coffee break ---
18:00
Session 4 - Spectroscopy (2) - Marco Ciuchini (ROMA3) (until 19:00) ()
18:00 XYZ states at BES III - Ronggang Ping (Institute of High Energy Phtsics, CAS)   ()
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18:20 Spectroscopy and exotic states at ATLAS - Fabio Tresoldi (University of Sussex)   ()
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18:40 Beauty spectroscopy at CMS - Ozlem Ozcelik Ozludil (Bogazici University(TR))   ()
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13:00 --- lunch break ---
16:00
Session 7 - Heavy hadron properties -Prof. Sheldon Stone (Syracuse University) (until 17:10) ()
16:00 Lattice QCD (theory) - Chris Bouchard (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)   ()
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16:30 B hadron properties at LHCb - Mirco Dorigo (CERN)   ()
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16:50 B hadron lifetimes at CMS - Jhovanny Mejia (CINVESTAV-IPN)   ()
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17:10 --- coffee break ---
17:40
Session 8 - Beyond Standard Model -Prof. Matthias Neubert (Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz) (until 19:55) ()
18:10 Flavour at high pt (theory) - Admir Greljo (University of Zurich)   ()
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18:40 First data at Belle II and dark sector physics - Giacomo De Pietro (INFN and Univ. Roma Tre)   ()
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19:00 B-factory searches for forbidden decays, dark photons and rare tau decays - Alberto Lusiani (PI)   ()
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19:25 Beyond the Standard Model (theory) - Alessandro Strumia (PI)   ()
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13:10 --- lunch break ---
15:00 --- excursion ---
13:00 --- lunch break ---
16:00
Session 13 - b->s penguin decays -Dr Nazila Mahmoudi (Lyon University and CERN) (until 17:10) ()
16:00 Hadronic uncertainties in semileptonic B decays (theory) - Marco Ciuchini (ROMA3)   ()
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16:30 Angular analyses of b->s mu+ mu- transitions at CMS - Dayong Wang (Peking University)   ()
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16:50 b->sll results from ATLAS - Semen Turchikhin (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research)   ()
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17:10 --- coffee break ---
17:30
Session 14 - b->s penguin decays -Dr Nazila Mahmoudi (Lyon University and CERN) (until 18:50) ()
17:30 Angular analyses of b->sll modes at LHCb - Eluned Smith (RWTH Aachen)   ()
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17:50 b->sll results from LHCb - Albert Puig (EPFL)   ()
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18:10 Radiative/Penguin decays at B-factories - Saurabh Sandilya (University of Cincinnati)   ()
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20:00 --- Social dinner ---
13:10 --- lunch break ---
14:30
Session 17 - Summary -Prof. Neville Harnew (University of Oxford) (until 15:20) ()
14:30 Conference summary - Vincenzo Maria Vagnoni (BO)   ()
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15:15 Closing - Prof. Neville Harnew (University of Oxford)   ()
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