The main theme of the conference is the application of quantum field theory calculations to particle physics phenomenology focused on making high-precision predictions in the high-energy regime covering collider and flavor physics relevant for the LHC era and experiments in the future. Recent developments in theoretical studies of radiative corrections in the framework of the Standard Model and its extensions will be discussed as well as how these results impact the interpretation of available experimental data. Along with this, recent computer-algebraic, combinatorial and mathematical innovations to perform these calculations will be discussed.
Registration and reservation until
: 15 May 2017 (after this date a talk slot may not be guaranteed)
: Andre Hoang (Universität Wien)
Carsten Schneider (RISC, JKU Linz)