The 2013 European
of High-Energy Physics
Parádfürdő, Hungary | 5 - 18 June 2013

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Scientific Programme


There will be around 32 lectures in all, each lasting about 75 minutes, with additional time for questions and discussion. The draft timetable can be found here. The scientific programme is as follows:

Field Theory and the Electro-Weak Standard Model
E. Boos, Moscow State Univ., Russia

Beyond the Standard Model
C. Csaki, Cornell Univ., USA

Higgs Physics
J. Ellis, King's College London, UK & CERN

Neutrino Physics
B. Gavela, Univ. Autonoma & IFT UAM/CSIC, Madrid, Spain

D. Gorbunov, INR, Russia

Flavour Physics and CP Violation
Z. Ligeti, Berkeley, USA

Practical Statistics for Particle Physicists
H. Prosper, Florida State Univ., USA

Quark-Gluon Plasma and Heavy Ion Collisions
K. Rajagopal, MIT, USA & CERN

QCD for Collider Experiments
Z. Trócsányi, Univ. Debrecen, Hungary

LHC Results - Highlights
T. Virdee, Imperial College London, UK

The preliminary draft timetable of the lectures is available from here

Discussion Sessions

There will be discussion sessions, lasting about 75 minutes, most afternoons during the School. Students remain in the same discussion group for the duration of the School. The discussion leaders will be:
A. Arbuzov, JINR
T. Biro, Wigner RCP, Hungary
M. Blanke, CERN
G. Cynolter, Roland Eotvos Univ., Hungary
A. De Simone, SISSA, Italy & CERN
A. Gladyshev, JINR

Poster Session

All students are encouraged to present and discuss their work at a poster session during the first week of the School.

Student Group Projects

The students in each discussion group will also perform a collaborative project in which they will chose a published experimental paper and study in detail the analysis presented in it. A representative of each group will present a summary in a dedicated session towards the end of the school.



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