Radiative Corrections at the Intensity Frontier of Particle Physics

Conference Date: 
Monday, June 12, 2017 (All day) to Wednesday, June 14, 2017 (All day)
Scientific Areas: 
Particle Physics


A convergence of experimental innovation and theoretical ideas has brought the so- called intensity and precision frontiers to the forefront of particle physics. Complementary to direct probes at high energy colliders, experiments using intense particle beams and precision measurements can probe very high scale physics. The precision goals of these experiments demands correspondingly precise theory. The workshop brings together theorists, and selected experimentalists, to discuss the status and prospects of theory as it impacts a range of current and next generation measurements.

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  • Andrei Afanasev, Jefferson Lab
  • Aleksandrs Aleksejvrs, Memorial University
  • Svetlana Barkanova, Acadia University
  • Thomas Becher, University of Bern
  • Radja Boughezal, Argonne National Laboratory
  • John Campbell, Fermilab
  • Andrzej Czarnecki, University of Alberta
  • Andre de Gouvea, Northwestern University
  • Richard Hill, Perimeter Institute
  • Ayres Freitas, Universityof Pittsburgh
  • Kendall Mahn, Michigan State University
  • Kevin McFarland, University of Rochester
  • Gil Paz, Wayne State University
  • Gabriel Perdue, Fermilab
  • Frank Petriello, Northwestern University
  • Maxim Pospelov, Perimeter Institute & University of Victoria
  • Doreen Wackeroth, University at Buffalo
  • Roman Zwicky, University of Edinburgh

Scientific Organizers:

  • John Campbell, Fermilab
  • Pilar Coloma, Fermilab
  • Richard Hill, Perimeter Institute
  • Maxim Pospelov, Perimeter Institute & University of Victoria
  • Stefan Prestel, Fermilab
  • Doreen Wackeroth, University at Buffalo