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Rare Processes and Precision Frontier Kick-off Workshop

Monday, July 27, 2020 - 10:00 AM
Virtual

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Jul 27, 2020
AM
10:00 AM
Frontier Overview and Organization (until 10:30 AM) ()
10:00 AM Introduction - Robert Bernstein (Fermilab) Alexey Petrov (Wayne State University) Marina Artuso (syracuse university)   ()
10:30 AM
RF 4: Baryon and Lepton Number Violating Processes (until 11:30 AM) ()
10:30 AM Baryon and Lepton Number Violating Processes: theory - Pavel Fileviez Perez (Case Western Reserve University)   ()
10:50 AM Discussion   ()
11:00 AM Baryon and Lepton Number Violating Processes: experiment - Andrea Pocar (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)   ()
11:20 AM Discussion   ()
11:30 AM
RF5: Charged Lepton Flavor Violation (electrons, muons and taus) (until 12:15 PM) ()
11:30 AM Charged Lepton Flavor Violation: overview - Bertrand Echenard (Caltech) Sacha Davidson (IN2P3)   ()
12:00 PM Discussion   ()
PM
12:15 PM
RF2: Weak decays of strange and light quarks (until 1:05 PM) ()
12:15 PM Prospects for rare eta and eta' decays - Emilie Passemar (Indiana University/JLab)   ()
12:35 PM Prospects for rare kaon decays - Evgueni Goudzovski (University of Birmingham)   ()
12:55 PM Discussion   ()
1:05 PM
Lunch (until 2:30 PM) ()
2:30 PM
RF3: Fundamental Physics in Small Experiments (until 3:20 PM) ()
2:30 PM Fundamental Physics in Small Experiments: review - Thomas Blum (University of Connecticut) Peter Winter (Argonne National Laboratory)   ()
3:10 PM Discussion   ()
3:20 PM
RF1: Weak decays of b and c quarks (until 4:05 PM) ()
3:20 PM Weak decays of b and c quarks: overview - Angelo Di Canto (BNL) Stefan Meinel (University of Arizona)   ()
3:50 PM Discussion   ()
4:05 PM
RF7: Hadron Spectroscopy (until 4:55 PM) ()
4:05 PM Hadron Spectroscopy: overview - Richard Lebed (Arizona State University) Tomasz Skwarnicki (Syracuse University)   ()
4:45 PM Discussion   ()
4:55 PM
RF6: Dark Sector Studies at High Intensities (until 5:55 PM) ()
4:55 PM Dark Sector Studies at High Intensities - Stefania Gori (UC Santa Cruz) Mike Williams (MIT)   ()
5:55 PM
Conclusions (until 6:30 PM) ()
5:55 PM Snowmass Early Career presentation - Joshua Barrow (The University of Tennessee) Jake Bennett (The University of Mississippi)   ()
6:05 PM General Discussion   ()