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19-23 November 2018
Asia/Shanghai timezone
The newly discovered Standard Model Higgs-like resonance at the large hadron collider (LHC) has opened a new chapter for high energy physics. The RunII of LHC is being analysed and Run III will start soon. A new era of accurate measurements possibly leading to discoveries in particle physics is on herald. In addition the world of high-energy physics wide future projects of energy frontier, like ILC, FCC, CEPC and SPPC, etc., have taken this opportunity to leap forward and have been actively developed. To correctly predict and then interpret the results found at colliders we need comprehend all relevant and complex physics to the most precision so as to make the discovery possible. To reach this goal, the Monte-Carlo tools play an indispensable role to determine these subatomic processes accurately. Among MC tools available, MadGraph5_aMC@NLO package is a complete, popular, powerful, and interface-friendly one, which has been appreciated by many physicists, both theorists and experimentalists. Once interfaced to parton shower programs, such as HERWIG and Pythia and then to detector simulation package (DELPHES) it can provide accurate predictions of high-energy events. In order to meet the strong demands from brilliant students interested in particle physics and to foster a new generation of physicists in collider physics, we are organizing a five-day school on MC tools for collider physics, FeynRules/MadGraph School on collider Phenomenology at USTC (Hefei) from Nov/19-23 2018. All qualified students (those who have publication in collider physics or have good training in particle physics phenomenology) are welcome to apply, as well as young researchers who have recent publications in collider phenomenology. Experimentalists working on new physics search are also encouraged to apply. Applicants should have one published paper related with collider physics and his/her supervisors’ recommendation. LOC will make decision for each applicant. Confirmed lecturers and tutors: Olivier Mattelaer Rikkert Frederix Benjamin Fuks Hua-Sheng Shao Valentin Hirschi Kentarou Mawatari Davide Pagani Eleni Vryonidou Ken Mimasu Ioannis Tsinikos Michele Selvaggi Fabio Maltoni Matteo Cacciar ...
Starts Nov 19, 2018 08:00
Ends Nov 23, 2018 18:00