Aug 21 – 25, 2023
University Hamburg
Europe/Berlin timezone

Scientific Program

The EPS-HEP2021 conference will feature two types of main talks: plenary talks, and review talks. While plenary talks follow the traditional format of addressing all participants at the conference, review talks are targeted towards a more specialised audience, while running 2 review talks in parallel. Furthermore, there will be parallel session talks dedicated to the topics listed further below.

Plenary talks

  • LHC Collider Status and Future: Jörg Wenninger (CERN)
  • Highlights from the ATLAS Experiment: Stéphane Willocq (Massachusetts)
  • Highlights from the CMS Experiment: Marco Pieri (San Diego)
  • Highlights from the LHCb Experiment: Franz Muheim (Edinburgh)
  • Highlights from the ALICE Experiment: Klaus Reygers (Heidelberg)
  • Highlights from the BELLE II Experiment and Flavour Physics in e+e-: Carsten Niebuhr (DESY)
  • Highlights from Neutrino Physics Experiments: Christian Weinheimer (Münster)
  • Dark Matter and Axion Searches: Babette Döbrich (CERN)
  • Gravitational Waves: Samaya Nissanke (Amsterdam)
  • Multi-messenger Astroparticle Physics: Anna Franckowiak (Bochum)
  • Observational Cosmology: Ariel Goobar (Stockholm)
  • Standard Model Theory: Jonas Lindert (Sussex)
  • Beyond Standard Model Theory: Anson Hook (IAS Princeton)
  • Quantum Field and String Theory: Juan Maldacena (IAS Princeton)
  • Quark and Lepton Flavour Theory: Ana Teixeira (Cleremont-Ferrand)
  • Future Collider Projects: Lenny Rivkin (Lausanne)
  • Conference Summary: Florencia Canelli (Zürich)

Review talks

  • Higgs Measurements: Kerstin Tackmann (DESY)
  • Standard Model Measurements: Paolo Azzurri (Pisa)
  • Searches for Exotica: Andreas Hinzmann (Hamburg)
  • Rare Decays and CP violation: Paula Alvarez Cartelle (Cambridge)
  • Neutrino Physics with Particle Beams: Sara Bolognesi (Saclay)
  • Cosmic Messengers: Irene Tamborra (NBI Copenhagen)
  • Emergence of Quark-Gluon Plasma Phenomena: Francesca Bellini (University of Bologna)
  • Higgs Theory: Veronica Sanz (Sussex)
  • Calculational Techniques in Particle Theory: Lorenzo Tancredi (Oxford)
  • High-energy QCD Matter Theory: Aleksas Mazeliauskas (CERN)
  • Cosmology and Dark Matter Theory: Tracy Slatyer (MIT)
  • Neutrino Theory: Thomas Schwetz-Mangold (Karlsruhe)
  • Future Astroparticle Facilities: Teresa Montaruli (Geneva)
  • Astroparticle and Gravitational Waves

    T01
  • Cosmology

    T02
  • Dark Matter

    T03
  • Neutrino Physics

    T04
  • Heavy Ion Physics

    T05
  • QCD and Hadronic Physics

    T06
  • Top and Electroweak Physics

    T07
  • Flavour Physics and CP Violation

    T08
  • Higgs Physics

    T09
  • Searches for New Physics

    T10
  • Quantum Field and String Theory

    T11
  • Detector R&D and Data Handling

    T12
  • Accelerators for HEP

    T13
  • Outreach, Education and Diversity

    T14