The proceedings of the 5th Topical seminar will be published in camera-ready form in Nuclear Physics B (Proceedings Supplement) . The dead-line for submitting the manuscripts to the editors was . The address for submission is
F.-L. Navarria, Dip. di Fisica, V.le Berti-Pichat 6/2, I-40127 BOLOGNA
The Seminar is the fifth 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] and 1992 [The Standard Model and just beyond]. The 1997 Seminar will focus on the latest results from LEP, including the 1996 run at high energy, SLD, Cornell, Tevatron, HERA and fixed target experiments. Relevant results in cosmic ray astrophysics experiments will be also discussed, with emphasis on their correlations to accelerator experiments. The format of the Seminar will be based on reviews talks summarizing the progress in the major sectors, electroweak physics, heavy flavours, searches for new particles and new phenomena. Shorter talks will discuss subsectors and present contributions on specific items. The presentation of posters is also foreseen.
Electroweak physics QCD Heavy flavours Searches for new particles and new phenomena Advances in theory
Attendance will be by invitation only and will be limited to approximately one hundred physicists. Participants are expected to attend the full Seminar. Interested physicists should write to the Organizing Committee.
The registration fee is 200 SF. If your laboratory wishes to pay in advance, please credit the following account Account no. 70 3570Q Ref: Topical Seminar Cassa di Risparmio di San Miniato Via A. Conti San Miniato I-56027 Pisa Italy Tel +39 571 400902 Fax +39 571 404310 Tlx 500142 CARISM I Please remember to mention the Account Number and the Reference: Topical Seminar.
Housing and full board on site cost 400 SF per person in a double room (supplement for a single room is 100 SF). The cost for an adult companion is 350 SF. The full board covers the duration of the conference, from the dinner on 21 april to the lunch on 25 april.
From April 20 afternoon, you can contact the Registration Desk at the Centro Studi "I Cappuccini" Via Montegrappa I-56027 San Miniato (Pisa) Tel +39 571 418216
The most convenient airport is "G. Galilei" in Pisa, where you can take the train to Empoli Station. In front of Empoli Station you will find the Seminar minibus (meeting the main trains from about 9 am until 12 pm on Monday April 21). If you arrive already on Sunday afternoon, phone the Conference centre . There are also national and international flights to Florence airport. Coming by train, you have to change at Florence or Pisa, and stop at Empoli Station to take the Seminar bus. Please click for a timetable of local trains.The Seminar is sponsored by:
INFN Universita` di Bologna Universita` di Firenze Regione Toscana
International Advisory Committee
G. Barbiellini/Trieste G. Bellini/Milano, S. Bethke/Aachen, R. Casalbuoni/Firenze, M. Calvetti/Firenze, R. Cashmore/Oxford, G. Giacomelli/Bologna, P. Giusti/Bologna, J. Ellis/CERN, C. Heusch/Santa Cruz, C. Jarlskog/Stockholm, M. Klein/Zeuthen, M. Piccolo/Frascati, A. Seiden/Santa Cruz, G. Smadja/Lyon, J. Steinberger/CERN&Pisa, W. Venus/Rutherford
F.-L. Navarria/Bologna P.G. Pelfer/Firenze
F.-L. Navarria, Dip. di Fisica, V.le Berti-Pichat 6/2, I-40127 BOLOGNA
tel +39 51 6305082/6305101; fax +39 51 247244; tlx 520634 INFNBO
REGISTRATION FORM Name (Mr or Mrs) First name Institution Address phone fax e-mail Title of paper (if any) Name of the person presenting the paper Registration fee 200 SF Full board normal accommodation 400 SF Supplement for a single room (only a few rooms available) 100 SF Accompanying persons 350 SF TOTAL SF If you are not accompanied and cannot get a single room, you would prefer to share your room with: You will be travelling by Car Train Plane Date of arrival: Date of departure:
Monday 21/4 15h-18h30 - Welcome address 1-Present and future facilities The future of present accelerators - W. Bartel, The future of HERA - S. Myers, The future of LEP2 Other facilities, below and above the surface - E. Bloom, The GLAST [Gamma-ray Large Area Space Telescope] experiment - R. Battiston, Astroparticle physics with the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer [AMS] on the International Space Station Alpha 5-From the SM to new physics Foundations of the SM - R. Brout, Connes' construction of the symmetries of the SM Search for new particles - G. Giacomelli, Search for magnetic monopoles and nuclearites 19h - Welcome cocktail 20h - Dinner Tuesday 22/4 9h-13h 3-QCD tests Theory - H. Suganuma, Instanton, Monopole Condensation and Confinement - G. Bottazzi, Structure function and angular ordering at small x - W. Bernreuther, NLO QCD corrections to 3-jet rates with massive quarks in e+ e- annihilation QCD at LEPI/SLD, LEPII - G. Dissertori, Measurement of the QCD color factors at LEP - L. del Pozo, Measurement of the q-g difference at LEP - P. Paolucci, The running of alpha_s at LEP 4b-Neutrinos Neutrino oscillations - R. Raghavan, Underground and reactor experiments on neutrino oscillations 13h - Lunch 14h30-18h30 2-Electroweak tests EW physics at LEPI/SLD - C. Schafer, The Z0 lineshape at LEP - P. Colrain, Measurement of R_b, R_c at LEP EW physics at LEPI/SLD - R. Hawkings, Measurement of the Forward-Backward Asymmetry of Quarks in Z0 Decays - P. Garcia, Measurement of the tau polarization at LEP EW physics at hadron colliders - T. Diehl, Boson Pair Production and Gauge Couplings at the Tevatron 4c-Tau physics - I. Park, Measurement of the tau lifetime, leptonic BR and test of lepton universality at LEP - M. Schmidtler, Standard Model tests in tau decays at CLEO - J.M. Lopez Garcia, Tau hadronic BR at LEP 5-From the SM to new physics The impact of high-energy cosmic rays - F. Frontera, New results on Gamma Ray Bursts 20h - Dinner Wednesday 23/4 9h-13h 2-Electroweak tests EW physics at LEPII - P. Azzurri, The W mass at threshold at LEP - A. Tonazzo, The W mass from reconstruction at LEP - T. Shears, A review of Triple Gauge Couplings at LEP2 - B. Schmitt, Studies of two-fermion production at LEP2 4b-Neutrinos Neutrinos from everywhere - G. Gervasio, Experimental facilities for the study of the neutrino mass, double beta decay, neutrino magnetic moment - M. Giammarchi, Perspectives for the future solar neutrino experiments Neutrino oscillations - K. Hoepfner, Results from the CHORUS experiment - E. Pennacchio, Preliminary results from the NOMAD experiment 4c-Tau physics - M. Gallinaro, Tau Physics at the Tevatron 13h - Lunch 14h30-18h30 3-QCD tests QCD from DIS - A. Zhokin, QCD tests in structure functions at HERA - G. Barbagli, Diffraction at HERA - A. Meyer, Vector meson production at HERA - N. Pavel, Final states in DIS at HERA - M. Lamanna, Polarized structure functions from the SMC experiment QCD at hadron colliders - T. Heuring, Production of Jets at the Tevatron - C. Gerber, QCD Production of Gauge Bosons at the Tevatron 20h - Dinner Thursday 24/5 9h-13h 4-Heavy flavours and mixing of generations Theory&phenomenology - H. Yamamoto, Phenomenology of charmless B decays - F. De Fazio, Beauty hadrons lifetime ratios and the problem of the Lambda_b lifetime Results in e+e- at low energy - R. Greene, New CLEO results on rare B decays Results in e+e- at high energy - D. Liko, Measurement of B lifetimes at LEP - F. Martinez, Measurement of B mixing and oscillations at LEP - T. Podobnik, Measurement of V_cs at LEP - S. Willocq, Heavy flavours physics at SLD Results in hadron collisions - R. Strohmer, B physics at the Tevatron - J. Scheidt, Rare decays of kaons 5-From the SM to new physics Other interactions - J. Wudka, Testing new physics/couplings at the NLC 13h - Lunch 14h30-18h30 5-Search for new particles and new interactions [from the SM to new physics] The missing Higgs - G. Pasztor, Search for the Higgs particle at LEP - R. Faccini, 4jet events at LEP The quest for SUSY - C. Loomis, Searches for new particles and new phenomena at the Tevatron - V. Buescher, Search for SUSY at LEP II 4-Heavy flavours and mixing of generations Results in ep collisions - G. Heath, Charm production at HERA CP violation in K, D, B systems - V. Marzulli, CP violation with kaons at fixed target experiments _ H. Yamamoto, Lepton CP asymmetries in B decays - M. Piccinini, The HERA-B physics programme - M. Gronau, Theory of CP violation 20h - Dinner Friday 25/4 9h-13h 4a-Top physics - M. Cobal, CDF results on Top - Qizhong Li, D0 Recent Results on Top Quark Physics 5-Search for new particles and new interactions [from the SM to new physics] Other particles - S. Shevchenko, Search for heavy leptons, excited leptons - J. Gayler, Observation of Events at Very High Q^2 in ep Collisions at HERA with H1 - M. Corradi, Search for exotic phenomena at HERA with ZEUS The impact of high-energy cosmic rays - L. Krauss, Cosmology vs accelerators 1-Present and future facilities The present of future accelerators - W. Scandale, The present of LHC - Closing remarks 13h - Lunch Posters of large detectors - Poster of existing large detectors with some details of the performances can be used to backup the presentations of results from large collaborations [they will be posted during the whole conference] 5-Search for new particles and new interactions [from the SM to new physics] - S. Dusini, Searching the Higgs with the Neurochip TOTEM [poster] - S. Paiano, Searching SUSY in an almost degenerate scenario [poster]