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Recent IPPP Preprints

Neutrino mass ordering obscured by non-standard interactions

Francesco Capozzi, Sabya Sachi Chatterjee, and Antonio Palazzo

Towards a generic implementation of matrix-element maximisation as a classifier in particle physics

Stefan von Buddenbrock, Olivier Mattelaer, and Michael Spannowsky

OpenLoops 2

Federico Buccioni et al.

Constraining Dark Matter at the LHC: Higher order QCD predictions for $t\bar{t}+p_T^{miss}$

G. Bevilacqua, H.B. Hartanto, M. Kraus, T. Weber, and M. Worek

Towards a determination of the low $x$ gluon via exclusive $J/\psi$ production

Chris A. Flett, Stephen P. Jones, Alan D. Martin, Misha G. Ryskin, and Thomas Teubner

Colliding Pomerons

V.A. Khoze, A.D. Martin, and M.G. Ryskin

News

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Professor Keith Ellis was awarded the Paul Dirac Medal and Prize for his seminal work in Quantum Chromodynamics.

IPPP post-doc Aleksei Rusov was awarded the prize for the best international PhD thesis from his Alma Mater, the University of Siegen in Germany.

The IPPP was hosting the International Particle Physics Masterclass on Thursday 28th of March 2019 with close to 100 Y12/Y13 pupils from the regional schools.

Dr. Andreas Kronfeld is visiting the IPPP within the DIVA program. During his stay he will also visit Glasgow University and Southampton University and he will give one of the keynote talks at the IPPP/Warwick Flavour workshop in April.