Siena 2001

Seventh Topical Seminar on

The legacy of LEP and SLC



Oft, wenn es erst durch Jahre durchgedrungen,
Erscheint es in vollendeter Gestalt.
Was glänzt, ist für den Augenblick geboren;
Das Echte bleibt der Nachwelt unverloren.
J. W. Goethe, Faust, Vorspiel auf dem Theater, 71-74 (1790))

The Seventh Topical Seminar on "The legacy of LEP and SLC" will take place in the Aula Magna of the University of Siena, Italy, from 8 to 11 October 2001 .


GENERAL INFORMATION

PROGRAMME
The Seminar is the seventh in a series devoted to experimental and theoretical results in high-energy particle physics and astrophysics. The previous ones were held in 1985 [Few and many quarks systems], 1987 [Heavy Flavours], 1991 [Heavy Flavours], 1992 [The Standard Model and just beyond], 1997 [The iresistible rise of the Standard Model] and 1999 [Neutrino and Astroparticle physics]. The scope of the 2001 Seminar is to present a series of reviews of the results obtained at LEP and SLC in more than ten years of activity, and to discuss what comes next in terms of testing the Standard Model, with emphasis on the experimentation at e+e- colliders. The Seminar will consist of review talks summarizing the progress and perspectives in the major sectors, and shorter talks discussing specific issues.

MAIN TOPICS
Electroweak physics at the Z0 and at LEP2. Tests of QCD. Heavy flavours and CP violation. Higgs searches. Searches for new particles and new phenomena. Advances in theory. Physics at future colliders.

ATTENDANCE

Attendance will be by invitation and limited to approximately one hundred and fifty participants. Those interested should [e-/s-]write to the Organizing Committee.


Papers and Abstracts
In addition to invited papers, contributed papers for oral presentation and posters are welcome. A 1-page abstract must be sent to: kaos@bo.infn.it Deadline of contributed abstracts: 15 August 2001. Acceptance will be notified by 1 September 2001. Accepted contributed papers will be published together with the invited papers in the conference proceedings. Postdeadline contributions will also be considered and acceptance will be notified asap.


Proceedings
The proceedings will be published in Nucl. Phys. B (Proc. Suppl.) and must be received by the Editors by 30 November 2001. Instructions for the preparation of the full-length manuscripts will be sent to the authors.


International Advisory Committee

G. Altarelli       - CERN                     
G. Barbiellini     - Trieste                    
M. Calvetti        - Florence                    
R. Casalbuoni      - Florence                  
P. Dalpiaz         - Ferrara                    
J. Ellis           - CERN                             
H. Fritzsch        - Munich                    
G. Giacomelli      - Bologna                 
B. Golob           - Lubljana
C. Heusch          - Santa Cruz                  
M. Kienzle         - Geneva                       
J. Kirkby          - CERN 
C. Mariotti        - CERN
M. Piccolo         - LNF 
M. Pohl            - Geneva 
A. Pullia          - Milan
D. Saxon           - Glasgow
A. Scribano        - Siena
G. Smadja          - Lyon
S. Soldner-Rembold - Freiburg
J. Steinberger     - CERN
R. Tenchini        - Pisa
G. Wolf            - DESY
A. Zichichi        - Bologna


Organising Committee

F.-L.Navarria (University of Bologna). E-mail: navarria@bo.infn.it
M. Paganoni (University of Milan). E-mail: paganoni@mib.infn.it
P.G.Pelfer (University of Florence). E-mail: pelfer@fi.infn.it



Sponsorship


European Organization for Nuclear Research
Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare
Universita' di Bologna
Universita' di Firenze
Universita` di Siena
Societa` Italiana di Fisica
Banca di Roma
Monte dei Paschi di Siena


Registration/Reservation

Registration form , (.pdf) Warning: you need to add a 0 between the country code and the area code, eg fax +390577232134
Hotel reservation , (.pdf)

Please send by fax or s-mail the registration/reservation form to the Conference secretariat.

Servizio Congressi - Universita` di Siena
Via Banchi di Sotto 46
I-53100 SIENA
phone +39 0577 232132 - fax +39 0577 232134
e-mail: Pizzuto@unisi.it

Programme information
please contact: e-mail: kaos@bo.infn.it e-mail: marco.paganoni@cern.ch


Address of the Workshop

University of Siena 
Via Banchi di Sotto 55
I-53100 SIENA
phone +39 0577  - fax +39 0577 
e-mail: Pizzuto@unisi.it


From 8 October morning, you can contact the Registration Desk at the University of Siena



Transportation

You can reach Siena by train. Please click for a searchable timetable of the Ferrovie dello Stato. There is also a direct bus service to Siena departing near Florence main railway station [Santa Maria Novella]. By plane the nearest airports are "G. Galilei" in Pisa and "A. Vespucci" in Florence. In Pisa airport you can take directly the train to Empoli and then to Siena, from Florence airport you have first to reach the Santa Maria Novella railway station.
For further information see the web page: http://www.unisi.it/raggiungeresiena.htm


Programme


Monday 8 October 2001

13h00 Registration

                                          Chairperson T. Camporesi

14h00 Welcome address
14h15 The initial goals and the final achievements
                                        of LEP/SLC    D. Treille
14h45 12 years of LEP collider running                R. Assmann
15h15 The SLC machine                                 P. Raimondi
15h45 Zedometry                                       B. Bloch-Devaux

16h10 Tea

                                          Chairperson M. Kienzle-Focacci

16h40 2 fermions and 2 photons production
                        at e+e- colliders             A. Bajo
17h00 4 and 6 fermions production at e+e- colliders   E. Migliore
17h25 Charged triple and quartic gauge couplings      G. Bella
17h45 Neutral triple and quartic gauge couplings      R. Ofierzynski
18h05 Production of WW at LEP2                        G. Leibenguth
18h25 Mass and width of W at  e+e- colliders          E. Barberio
18h45 eod

19h00 Welcome party


Tuesday 9 October 2001

                                          Chairperson G. Lafferty

09h00 Experimental status of alpha_s measurement      D. Ward
09h20 QCD tests at present and future colliders       K. Hamacher
09h40 Tests of hard and soft QCD with e+e-
                         annihilation data            S. Kluth
10h00 Photon interactions at LEP and HERA             M. Kienzle-Focacci

10h25 Coffee

                                          Chairperson C. Mariotti

10h55 Measurement of inclusive and exclusive
                           b lifetime at LEP          C. Haag
11h15 B_s oscillations                                Y. Rozen
11h35 b and c spectroscopy                            P. Bartalini
11h55 Measurement of the b branching fractions        N. Marinelli 
12h15 The evolution of vertex detectors in high
                                 energy physics       M. Mannelli

12h40 Lunch

                                          Chairperson P. Charpentier

14h30 Search for the Higgs boson
           in the 4 jet topology                      M. Kado
14h50 Search for the Higgs boson
           in the 2 jet topology                      W. Murray
15h10 Search for the fermiophobic Higgs boson         J. Mans
15h30 Search for Higgs in the two doublet models      P. Ferrari
15h50 Higgs bosons in the Standard Model and in the
              Minimal supersimmetric Standard Model   P. Igo-Kemenes

16h15 Tea

                                          Chairperson J. Timmermans  

16h45 Minimum bias legacy of search results           G. D'Agostini
17h05 The evolution of Particle Identification in HEP C. Joram
17h30 Measurement of V_ub and V_cb                    S. Tarem
17h50 Direct measurement of CP violation at Babar     J. Weatherall
18h10 Direct measurement of CP violation at Belle     N. Katayama
18h50 eod


Wednesday 10 October 2001

                                          Chairperson C. Bosio 

09h00 The LHC project                                 D. Denegri
09h30 Measurement of direct CP violation
                         with neutral Ks              B. Peyaud
09h55 Test of the standard model in the tau
                              sector at LEP           D. Reid

10h20 Coffee

                                          Chairperson R. Tenchini

10h50 Heavy flavours forward-backward asymmetries
                                           at LEP     W. Liebig
11h10 Measurement of A_LR and Alepton at SLC          G. Bellodi
11h30 Measurement of F-B polarized quark
                      asymmetries at SLC              G. Bellodi
11h50 Mass and width of W at hadronic colliders       D. Saltzberg
12h10 Radiative corrections                           L. Trentadue

12h40 Lunch

                                          Chairperson F. Fabbri
 
14h30 Interconnection phenomena in WW --> qqqq events D. Boumediene
14h50 Bose Einstein correlations                      M. Chamizo
15h10 Heavy flavour production at HERA                W. Zeuner
15h30 Search for MSSM sfermions and gauginos          K. Nagai
15h50 Search for GMSB and AMSB                        A. Garcia-Bellido
16h10 Search for R parity violation                   S. Costantini

16h30 Tea

                                          Chairperson P. Charpentier

17h00 Physics prospects at the Tevatron collider      G. Bellettini
17h30 Search for exotica                              J. Cuevas
17h50 Single top and FCNC                             S. Dusini
18h10 Search for leptoquarks                          A. Schoening
18h30 LEP constraints on MSSM                         A. Sopczak
18h50 eod

20h00 Conference dinner


Thursday 11 October 2001

                                          Chairperson C. Mariotti

09h00 The physics goals of the TESLA project          K. Moenig
09h25 A detector for the TESLA project                P. Checchia
09h50 The legacy of LEP/SLC at the high energy
                                frontier: CLIC        A. De Roeck

10h20 Coffee

                                          Chairperson A. Perrotta

10h50 Results from Kloe                               M. Moulson
11h10 Status of the CKM matrix                        M. Ciuchini
11h40 The number of neutrino families from LEP/SLC
                                     and cosmology    C. Jarlskog
12h10 The measurement of the cosmological constant    P. Antilogus
12h35 A review of recent results in neutrino physics  L. Ludovici

13h00 Lunch

                                          Chairperson T. Camporesi 

14h30 Results from the DAMA experiment at Gran Sasso  R. Bernabei
14h50 Search for supersymmetric dark matter
                     with space experiments           A. Morselli
15h10 Electroweak fits at LEP                         E. Lancon
15h35 Supersymmetry and precision electroweak data    G. Altarelli
16h00 Conclusions
16h15 eoc




Registered participants



Proceedings (to appear in Nucl. Phys. B (Proc. Suppl.))
D. Treille/CERN, The initial goals and the final achievements of LEP/SLC
R. Assmann/CERN, 12 years of LEP collider running
B. Bloch-Devaux/Saclay, Zedometry
A. Bajo/Madrid, 2 fermions and 2 photons production at e+e- colliders
E. Migliore/Torino, 4 and 6 fermions production at e+e- colliders
G. Bella/Tel Aviv, Charged Current Gauge Couplings
R. Ofierzynski/Zurich, Neutral triple and quartic gauge couplings
G. Leibenguth/Heidelberg, Production of WW at LEP2
E. Barberio/CERN, Mass and width of W at e+e- colliders
D.R. Ward/Cambridge, Experimental status of alpha_s measurements               
K. Hamacher/Wuppertal, QCD tests at present and future colliders               
S. Kluth/Munich, Test of hard and soft QCD with e+e- annihilation data               
C. Haag/Karlsruhe, Measurement of inclusive and exclusive B-hadron lifetimes at LEP
Y. Rozen/Haifa, B_s oscillations at LEP and SLC
P. Bartalini/Lausanne, b and c spectroscopy
N. Marinelli/Imperial College, Measurement of the b branching fractions
M. Kado/Berkeley, Search for the Higgs boson in the 4 jet topology
W. Murray/Rutherford, Search for the Higgs boson in the 2 jet topology
J. Mans/Princeton, Search for the fermiophobis Higgs at LEP
P. Ferrari/Bloomington, Searches for Higgs in the two doublet models
P. Igo-Kemenes/Heidelberg, Searches for Higgs Bosons in the SM and in the MSSM at LEP
G. D'Agostini/Roma, Minimum bias legacy of LEP results
C. Joram/CERN, The Evolution of the Cherenkov Imaging Technique in High Energy Physics 
S. Tarem/Haifa, LEP measurements of Vcb and Vub 
J. Weatherall/Manchester, Direct measurement of CP violation at Babar
N. Katayama/Tsukuba, Direct measurement of CP violation at Belle
B. Peyaud/Saclay, Measurement of direct CP violation with neutral Ks
D. Reid/NIKHEF, Tests of the Standard Model in the tau sector at LEP
W. Liebig/Wuppertal, Heavy flavours forward-backward asymmetries at LEP
G. Bellodi/Queen Mary, Electroweak asymmetries from SLD
D. Boumediene/Saclay, Interconnection phenomena in WW -> qqqq events
M. Chamizo/Geneve, Bose Einstein correlations
W. Zeuner/DESY, Heavy flavour production at HERA
K. Nagai/Queen Mary, Search for MSSM sfermions and gauginos
A. Garcia-Bellido/London, Search for GMSB and AMSB
S. Costantini/Roma, Search for R parity violation
G. Bellettini/Pisa, Physics prospects for the Tevatron collider
J. Cuevas/Oviedo, Search for exotica
S. Dusini/Padova, Single top and FCNC
A. Schoening/Zurich, Search for leptoquarks
A. Sopczak/Lancaster, MSSM constraints from Higgs Boson searches 
K. Moenig/Berlin, The physics goals of the TESLA project
P. Checchia/Padova, A detector for the TESLA project
A. De Roeck/CERN, The legacy of LEP/SLC at the high energy frontier: CLIC 
M. Moulson/Frascati, Results from KLOE
M. Ciuchini/Roma, Status of the CKM matrix
L. Ludovici/Roma, Recent results in neutrino physics
P. Antilogus/Lyon, measurement of the cosmological constant
R. Bernabei/Roma, Results from the DAMA experiment at Gran Sasso
A. Morselli/Roma, Search for supersymmetric dark matter with space experiments 
E. Lancon/Saclay,  Electroweak fits at LEP
G. Altarelli/CERN, SUSY and precision electroweak data



F.-L. Navarria 22 March 2002


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