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Introduction

 

The focus of the workshop is on new light BSM particles and composite states, new dynamics and new experimental techniques for the low energy processes. The goal is to review recent developments in the field, present new ideas and discuss perspectives. 

The program will include invited talks and presentations selected from applications.

For those who want to give a talk or poster presentations, please submit your talk title and abstract on the registration page. 

 

Indico Webpage https://indico.cern.ch/event/803690/

 

 

 

Topics

 

- axions, axion-like particles, 

- light dark scalars 

- sterile neutrinos and dark fermions 

- dark photons 

- light gravitinos and string relics 

- model building for light sectors 

- mediators and portals 

- flavor physics and hidden sector 

- neutrino mass and mixing 

- new long range forces 

- composite states and composite systems 

- coherent scattering and coherent effects 

- physics of relic neutrinos 

- dark matter and dark energy 

- dark sector and gravitational waves 

- implications to laboratory experiments 

- astrophysics and Cosmology 

 

 

 

Accommodation

 

Various options will be provided later

 

 

 

Registration

 

Due date: Aug. 10 (Sat.)

Talk Submission: July 13 (Sat.)

There is no registration fee.

There will be a budget to support a limited number of participants.

 

 

 

List of speakers

 

Jihn E. Kim (IBS, Daejeon & Kyung Hee U. & Seoul Natl. U.) 

Tao Liu (Hong Kong U. Sci. Tech.) 

Nicholas Rodd (LBL, Berkeley & UC, Berkeley) 

Ariel Arza (Florida U.) 

Hyesung Lee (KAIST)

Sergio Gonzalez-Sevilla (CERN) 

Kevork Abazajian (UC, Irvine) 

Soo-Bong Kim (Seoul Natl. U.) 

Patrick Huber (Virginia Tech.) 

Masahito Yamazaki (Tokyo U., IPMU) 

Fuminobu Takahashi (Tohoku U.) 

Julian B Munoz (Harvard U., Phys. Dept.) 

Yong Tang (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Elisa Todarello (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)

Osamu Seto (Hokkaido University)

Sunghoon Jung (Seoul National University)

Seoug Chan Park (Yonsei University)

Zurab Berezhiani (L'Aquila U. & INFN, Aquila) 

J. Yoo (Cern)

Yoomin Oh (IBS, Daejeon) 

Hsakazu Minakata (Virginia Tech, Blacksburg)

Changhyun Ha (IBS, Daejeon) 

Marzio De Napoli (INFN, Catania) 

Carlos Arguelles (MIT) 

Enrico Bertuzzo (U. Sao Paulo) 

Basudeb Dasgupta (Tata Inst.) 

Vedran Brdar (MPIK Heidelberg)

Sin Kyu Kang (Seoultech) 

Yvonne Y.Y. Wong (New South Wales U.) 

Alfredo G. Cocco (INFN, Naples) 

Evgeny Akhmedov (MPIK, Heidelberg) 

Dmitry V. Naumov (JINR, Dubna) 

Kenji Kadota (IBS CTPU)

Shao-Feng Ge (Tokyo U., IPMU) 

Joern Kersten (University of Bergen)

Seodong Shin (Yonsei University)

Victor V. Flambaum (New South Wales U.) 

Xun-jie Xu (MPIK)

Young Duk Kim (IBS, Daejeon) 

C. Rott (Sungkyunkwan University)

Chris Kouvaris (Odense U.) 

 

 

 

Advisory Committee

 

Kevork Abazajian (UC, Irvine) 

Rouven Essig (YITP, Stony Brook) 

Belen Gavela (IFT, U. Autonoma Madrid) 

Carlo Giunti (INFN, Turin) 

Joerg Jaeckel (Heidelberg U.) 

Sin Kyu Kang (Seoul Natl. U.) 

Jihn E. Kim (IBS, Daejeon & Kyung Hee U. & Seoul Natl. U.) 

Soo Bong Kim (Seoul Natl. U.) 

Young Duk Kim (IBS, Daejeon) 

Hye-Sung Lee (KAIST) 

Maxim Pospelov (Perimeter Inst. Theor. Phys. & Victoria U.) 

Andreas Ringwald (DESY) 

Adam Ritz (Victoria U.) 

Thomas Schwetz (IKP - KIT, Karsruhe) 

Pierre Sikivie (Florida U.) 

Jesse Thaler (MIT, Cambridge, CTP) 

Tomer Volansky (Tel Aviv U.) 

 

 

 

Organizers

 

Eung Jin Chun (KIAS, Seoul) 

Alejandro Ibarra (Munich, Tech. U. & KIAS, Seoul) 

Pyungwon Ko (KIAS, Seoul) 

Alexei Smirnov (MPIK, Heidelberg & KIAS, Seoul) 

 

 

 

Scientific Secretary

Seokhoon Yun (KIAS)

 

 

 

Contact

JeongEun Yoon / avecyoon@kias.re.kr