XLVII International Meeting on Fundamental Physics

Europe/Madrid
Centro Cultural Isabel de Farnesio, Aranjuez, Madrid (Spain)

Centro Cultural Isabel de Farnesio, Aranjuez, Madrid (Spain)

C/ Capitán Angosto Gómez Castrillón, 39, 28300 Aranjuez, Madrid (Spain)
Description

The International Meeting on Fundamental Physics (IMFP) is the longest running conference organised by the Spanish High Energy Physics community, uninterruptedly held since 1973 in different Spanish locations. Its aim is to cover both theoretical and experimental aspects of collider, neutrino, astroparticle and cosmology experiments.

The meeting includes invited talks and short courses aimed at quickly introducing research topics. 

After the previous edition (IMFP18) in Salamanca, the XLVII IMFP will take place in Aranjuez, 3-7 June 2019. It will be organised by IPARCOS (Instituto de Física de Partículas y del Cosmos, including members from the high energy group and the effective theories in modern physics group of Universidad Complutense de Madrid) and CIEMAT (Centro de Investigaciones Energéticas, Medioambientales y Tecnológicas).

Early registration extended till May 3rd 2019.

The first scientific session will begin on Monday June 3rd at 15:00 (check the schedule here). You may check in on Monday morning from 11:30 to 13:30.  

On Thursday 6th, we are organizing a poster session. Young researchers will participate and present their works.

You may find the Conference poster in this link.       

For further enquiries please contact imfp19@ucm.es

 

 

 

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Hotel forms
Public lecture
Participants
  • Adrián Casado Turrión
  • Alexandre Salas-Bernardez
  • Alexey Vladimirov
  • Alvaro de la Cruz Dombriz
  • Antonio Dobado
  • Arantza Oyanguren
  • Begoña de la Cruz
  • Carlos Lacasta
  • Carlos Peña Garay
  • Carlos Quezada Calonge
  • Carmen Garcia
  • Celso Martinez Rivero
  • Charlotte Van Hulse
  • Clara Álvarez Luna
  • Daniel Gutiérrez Reyes
  • Daniel Morcuende
  • Daniel Nieto Castaño
  • Daniele del Re
  • David G. Cerdeño
  • Dermot Moran
  • Diego Rubiera-Garcia
  • F. Javier Cuevas
  • Feliciano de Soto Borrero
  • Felipe J. Llanes-Estrada
  • Fernando Arqueros
  • Francesca Giovacchini
  • Gabriela Barenboim
  • Gabriela Llosá Llácer
  • Georgios Kolionis
  • Gonzalo Parente Bermúdez
  • Ignasi Rosell
  • Ignazio Scimemi
  • Inés Gil-Botella
  • Irene Bachiller
  • Irene Cáceres Muñoz
  • Javier Brochero
  • Jorgen D'Hondt
  • Jose L. Gómez Gómez
  • Jose R. Pelaez
  • JOSÉ JAIME TERENTE DÍAZ
  • Juan Abel Barrio
  • Juan J. Sanz Cillero
  • Lab Saha
  • M.Isabel Josa Mutuberría
  • MANUEL AGUILAR
  • Manuel Asorey
  • Marco Pieri
  • Marcos Cerrada
  • Maria Cepeda
  • Maria Jose Costa
  • MARIO MARTINEZ
  • Martine Bosman
  • María Cividanes
  • María José García Borge
  • María Luisa Sarsa
  • María Victoria Fonseca Gonzalez
  • Nicanor COLINO
  • Pere Masjuan
  • Rafael Delgado López
  • Rahul Somasundaram
  • Ramon Miquel
  • Ramón J. García López
  • Raquel Gomez Ambrosio
  • Sara Rebecca Gozzini
  • Sergey Odintsov
  • Sergio Sánchez Navas
  • Stefano Camera
  • Thomas Dent
  • Veronica Sanz
  • Vicent Mateu Barreda
  • Vladimir Gudkov
  • Yen-Jie Lee
  • Youngjoon Kwon
Contact:
    • 11:00 13:00
      Registration
    • 13:00 14:30
      Lunch
    • 14:30 15:15
      Special courses
      • 14:30
        Course: the extraordinary case of light scalar mesons (J.R. Peláez) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: José R. Peláez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
    • 15:15 16:00
      Dark energy
    • 16:00 16:45
      Heavy ions
    • 16:45 17:15
      Coffee break
    • 17:15 19:15
      LHC
      • 17:15
        CMS+ATLAS: experimental SM review (M. Pieri) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Marco Pieri (Univ. of California San Diego)
      • 18:00
        CMS+ATLAS: experimental BSM review (D. del Re) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Daniele del Re (Universitá di Roma "La Sapienza")
      • 18:45
        Perspectives for Vector Boson Scattering in the Fully Hadronic Channel 30m

        (25'+5')

        Speaker: Dr. Rafael Delgado López (TUM)
    • 19:15 21:00
      Welcome cocktail
    • 09:00 10:30
      Flavour
      • 09:00
        Flavour physics results (A. Oyanguren) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Arantza Oyanguren
      • 09:45
        Belle II (Y.Kwon) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Youngjoon Kwon (Yonsei University)
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee break
    • 11:00 11:30
      Computing
      • 11:00
        COMCHA: Computing Challenges for the HL-LHC, Spain (A. Oyanguren) 30m

        (25'+5')

        Speaker: Arantza Oyanguren
    • 11:30 12:00
      Gravitation
      • 11:30
        Modified gravity (S. Odintsov) 30m

        (25'+5')

        Speaker: Sergei Odintsov (ICE(CSIC) and ICREA, Barcelona)
    • 12:00 12:45
      Dark Matter
      • 12:00
        ANAIS experiment (M.L. Sarsa) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: María Luisa Sarsa (Universidad de Zaragoza)
    • 12:45 13:30
      Facilities
      • 12:45
        SKA Telescope (S. Camera) 45m
        Speaker: Stefano Camera (U. Torino)
    • 13:30 15:00
      Lunch
    • 15:00 15:45
      Effective theories
      • 15:00
        Effective field theories (V. Mateu) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Vicent Mateu (Universidad de Salamanca)
    • 15:45 16:30
      Special courses
      • 15:45
        Course: the extraordinary case of light scalar mesons (J.R. Peláez) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: José R. Peláez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
    • 16:30 17:00
      Coffee break
    • 17:00 18:15
      QCD
      • 17:00
        Nucleon tomography (A. Vladimirov) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Alexey Vladimorov (Regensburg University)
      • 17:45
        Determining the strong running coupling at $Z_0$-mass from lattice QCD with physical quark masses (F. de Soto Borreo) 30m

        (25'+5')

        The non-renormalization of the ghost-gluon vertex offers a precise recipe to determine the running of $\alpha_s$ from gluon and ghost propagators in lattice-QCD (in the Taylor renormalization scheme). A non-perturvative analysis of this running allows obtaining $\Lambda_{\rm \overline{MS}}$ which determines the value of the coupling at the $Z_0$-pole mass, $\alpha_{\rm \overline{MS}}(m_Z^2)$.

        In this work, we exploit lattice QCD configurations using Domain-Wall fermions at the physical pion mass to compute $\alpha_T(q²)$. Besides the relevance of this parameter in many computations for hadron collider physics (Its current uncertainty of about 1% renders it the least precisely known of all fundamental coupling constants in nature), the Taylor-scheme strong coupling
        has been revealed of great interest by itself because it can be directly related to the quark-gluon interaction kernel in continuum approaches to the QCD bound-state problem.

        Speaker: Feliciano de Soto Borrero (Universidad Pablo de Olavide)
    • 18:15 19:00
      Neutrinos
      • 18:15
        Cosmological neutrinos (S.R. Gozzini) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Rebecca Gozzini (IFIC)
    • 09:00 10:30
      Cosmic rays
      • 09:00
        Auger experiment (G. Parente) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Gonzalo Parente (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela / IGFAE)
      • 09:45
        Cosmic rays (F. Giovacchini) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: francesca giovacchini (ciemat)
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee break
    • 11:00 12:00
      Special courses
      • 11:00
        Course: dark matter (David Cerdeño) 1h
        Speaker: David Cerdeño (IPPP, Durham University)
    • 12:00 12:45
      Special courses
      • 12:00
        Course: the extraordinary case of light scalar mesons (J.R. Peláez) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: José R. Peláez (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
    • 12:45 13:15
      T violation
      • 12:45
        Time reversal violating NN interactions (V. Gudkov) 30m

        (25'+5')

        The detailed structure of parity violating (P-odd) and time reversal invariance violating (TRIV) nucleon-nucleon interactions is discussed. We consider three possible interactions: P-violating, TRIV and P-odd, and TRIV and P-even ones, using both a meson exchange formalism, and EFT formalism, and their possible manifestations in different experiments including neutron and atomic EDMs, and nuclear reactions. The comparison of these interactions show some possible advantages of the search for TRI violation in neutron nuclei interactions.

        Speaker: Vladimir Gudkov (University of South Carolina)
    • 13:15 13:30
      String cosmology
      • 13:15
        Stability of string cosmology near space-time singularities 15m

        Using the method of asymptotic splittings we provide a detailed analysis of the early- and late-time asymptotics of a wide range of possible homogeneous string cosmologies. These contain moduli, axion as well as shifted dilaton fields. A complete portrait of all possible asymptotic solutions in regions where some of the fields blow up is given, and the early- and late-time dynamics of spatially flat FRW solutions is explained and compared to those known in standard relativistic cosmology. Our results provide a novel picture concerning the stability of the dilaton-moduli-vacuum and the dilaton-vacuum solutions of string cosmology near cosmological singularities.

        Speaker: Dr. Georgios Kolionis (American University of the Middle East, College of Engineering)
    • 13:30 15:30
      Lunch
    • 15:30 19:30
      Visit to Aranjuez Royal Palace
    • 20:30 21:30
      Public lecture: Event Horizon Telescope
    • 09:00 09:30
      Flavour
      • 09:00
        Are we overlooking Lepton Flavour Universal New Physics in $b \to s \ell \ell$? (P. Masjuan) 30m

        (25'+5')

        The deviations with respect to the Standard Model that are currently observed in flavour anomalies can be interpreted in terms of different New Physics (NP) scenarios within a model-independent effective approach. We examine the roles played by LFUV NP and Lepton-Flavour Universal (LFU) NP altogether, providing new directions to identify the possible theory beyond the SM responsible for the anomalies observed. New patterns of NP emerge due to the possibility of allowing at the same time large LFUV and LFU NP contributions to $\C{10\mu}$, which provides a different mechanism to obey the constraint from the $B_s \to\mu^+\mu^-$ branching ratio. In this landscape of NP, we discuss how to discriminate among these scenarios in the short term thanks to current and forthcoming observables.

        Speaker: Pere Masjuan (IFAE, UAB)
    • 09:30 10:30
      Special courses
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee break + Poster session
    • 11:00 12:30
      Neutrinos
    • 12:30 13:15
      LHC
      • 12:30
        LHC: BSM theory (V. Sanz) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Verónica Sanz (Sussex)
    • 13:15 15:00
      Lunch
    • 15:00 16:00
      Special courses
      • 15:00
        Course: gamma ray astronomy and multimessengers (D. Nieto) 1h

        (55'+5')

        Speaker: Daniel Nieto Castaño (Universidad Complutense de Madrid - IPARCOS)
    • 16:00 17:00
      Special courses
    • 17:00 17:30
      Coffee break + Poster session
    • 17:30 18:30
      Special courses
      • 17:30
        Course: gamma ray astronomy and multimessengers (D. Nieto) 1h

        (55'+5')

        Speaker: Daniel Nieto Castaño (Universidad Complutense de Madrid - IPARCOS)
    • 18:30 19:30
      Special courses
    • 21:00 23:00
      Social dinner
    • 09:00 09:45
      LHC
      • 09:00
        LHC: EFT in Vector Boson Scattering (R. Gómez Ambrosio for VBScan COST) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Raquel Gómez Ambrosio (Durham University)
    • 09:45 11:15
      Facilities
      • 09:45
        EIC - Electron Ion Collider (C. Van Hulse) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Charlotte Van Hulse (University College Dublin)
      • 10:30
        Underground facilities (C. Peña Garay) 45m
        Speaker: Carlos Peña Garay (Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc)
    • 11:15 11:45
      Coffee break
    • 11:45 12:30
      Facilities
      • 11:45
        Telescope facilities (R. García) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Ramón García (Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias)
    • 12:30 14:00
      Scientific strategy
      • 12:30
        EU strategy (J. d'Hondt) 45m

        (40'+5')

        Speaker: Jorgen D'Hondt (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
      • 13:15
        Spanish strategy (M.J. Borge, J. Cuevas & C. Lacasta) 45m
        Speakers: Carlos Lacasta (IFIC-Valencia) , F. Javier Cuevas (Universidad de Oviedo) , María José García Borge (CSIC)
    • 14:00 14:15
      Farewell
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