As a vital part of our engagement with the wider UK particle physics community, each year IPPP organises an extensive series of workshops. They range
from focused research meetings to large conferences (including the UK Annual Theory Meetings), international summer schools and the annual Young
Experimentalists and Theorists Institute (YETI).
Examples of recent meetings driven by the LHC agenda include: Standard Model@LHC, CERN- IPPP Workshop on SUSY Breaking, QCD@LHC, Joint ATLAS UK
Theory meeting, BSM 4 LHC@IPPP, Electroweak Corrections to LHC physics, and so on. IPPP has also sponsored/organised topical meetings on neutrino
physics, B-physics, gravity and holography, astro-particle physics and on advanced computational techniques. Durham hosted the SUSY conference in
2005 and will be co-organising SUSY 2014 in Manchester. So far IPPP have organised more than 185 workshops and a full list is available below.
IPPP invites members of the UK particle physics community to propose topics for workshops to be co-organised with IPPP staff.
- Call for Workshop proposals
To apply, click here.
To better publicise the workshops, we have arranged a RSS
feed, which contains
links to the various workshops as and when they are arranged in an automated manner
that's easier than checking them manually. You can subscribe to this feed by entering
the feed's link into the reader or by clicking an RSS icon in a browser that initiates
the subscription process. Your RSS reader will then automatically check for new IPPP workshops.
Rss Feed to IPPP Workshops.
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List of this year's Workshops
10 July - 16 July 2013: Invisibles School 2013.
15 July - 17 July 2013: Resummation and Parton Showers.
15 July - 20 July 2013: Invisibles13 Workshop.
17 July - 19 July 2013: Jet Vetoes and Jet Multiplicity Observables at the LHC.
31 August - 4 September 2013: Charm 2013 Conference.
4 September - 7 September 2013: UK Flavour 2013.
22 September - 27 September 2013: 11th International Symposium on Radiative Corrections (Applications of Quantum Field Theory to Phenomenology).
14 November - 15 November 2013: UK HEP Forum - Heavy Flavour.