Continuing the yearly tradition since 2016 and restarting after COVID, we will meet in the Austrian Alps to an "ALpine Particle physics Symposium" (ALPS) to discuss recent results and developments in experimental and theoretical particle physics. This meeting will have a focus on anomalous experimental and observational results in particle physics and related fields.
Following topics are at the focus of the meeting:
- Quark Flavour Anomalies (B anomalies, CKM Unitarity)
- g-2, leptons, EW fit
- Direct searches at LHC
- Neutrinos, Dark Matter and cosmology
The days will feature invited keynote talks as well as shorter presentations and a Young Scientist Forum. The meeting will take place at the Obergurgl University Centre, in the ski-resort town of Obergurgl, located in the upper Oetztal Valley in Tyrol, Austria.
More information: https://indico.cern.ch/event/1204084/