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Rare Processes and Precision Frontier Townhall Meeting

Friday, October 2, 2020 - 10:00 AM
Zoom

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
Oct 2, 2020
AM
10:00 AM
Plenary: across-the-TG topics - Marina Artuso (syracuse university) Alexey Petrov (Wayne State University) Robert Bernstein (Fermilab) (until 12:40 PM) ()
10:00 AM Welcome to R&P Town Hall meeting - Alexey Petrov (Wayne State University)   ()
10:10 AM Physics prospects of Belle/Belle II - Soeren Prell (Iowa State University)   ()
10:35 AM Physics prospects at BES III and future tau-charm factories - Xiaorong Zhou (University of Science and Technology of China)   ()
11:00 AM Physics prospects at LHCb - Sheldon Stone (Syracuse University)   ()
11:25 AM Physics prospects at FCCee - Rebeca Gonzalez Suarez (University of Nebraska)   ()
11:50 AM PIP-II - Eduard Pozdeyev   ()
12:15 PM Rare and Precisison aspects of Lattice QCD - Ruth Van de Water (Fermilab)   ()
PM
12:40 PM --- Break ---
12:50 PM
RF1: Weak decays of b and c quarks (until 4:50 PM) ()
12:50 PM Testing LFU at the Z pole - Lingfeng Li (Jockey Club Institute for Advanced Study, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)   ()
1:00 PM Searching for $B_s^0\to\phi\nu\nu$ and other $b\to s\nu\nu$ processes at CEPC - Yudong Wang (IHEP Beijing)   ()
1:10 PM Exploring new physics with $B_c\to\tau\nu$ - Taifan Zheng (School of physics, Nanjing University)   ()
1:20 PM CKM measurements and CPV in $b$ decays at Belle II - Alessandro Gaz (KMI, Nagoya University)   ()
1:30 PM Charm physics at BESIII and at STCF - Xiaorui Lyu (UCAS Beijing)   ()
1:40 PM CPV study in $b$-baryon hadronic decays using $SU(3)$ symmetry - Shibasis Roy (IMSc Chennai)   ()
1:50 PM High Precision SM Predictions for Quark Flavor Observables - Alexander Lenz (University of Siegen)   ()
2:00 PM --- Break ---
2:15 PM Weak decays of $b$ and $c$ quarks - Dr Oliver Witzel (University of Colorado Boulder)   ()
2:25 PM CPT-Symmetry Studies Involving Quarks - Mike Berger (Indiana University)   ()
2:35 PM Charm physics at LHCb - Mark Williams (Fermilab) Mark Williams (CERN)   ()
2:45 PM Charm physics at Belle II - Jake Bennett (The University of Mississippi)   ()
2:55 PM Rare charm decays - Dominik Mitzel (CERN)   ()
3:05 PM Rare $b$ decays at LHCb - Flavio Archilli (Heidelberg University)   ()
3:15 PM Rare $b$ decays at Belle II - Alan Schwartz (University of Cincinnati)   ()
3:25 PM --- Break ---
3:40 PM Rare "b" Decays as Probes of New Physics - Wolfgang Altmannshofer (UC Santa Cruz)   ()
3:50 PM CKM measurements and CPV in $b$ decays at LHCb - Steven Blusk (Syracuse University)   ()
4:00 PM High precision determinations of $|V_{xb}|$ from a close theory-experiment collaboration - Biplab Dey (CCNU Wuhan)   ()
4:10 PM Precision theory inputs for $|V_{cb}|$ and LFUV observables - Andrew Lytle (University of Glasgow)   ()
4:20 PM Precision Lattice QCD in Support of BSM Searches - Andreas Kronfeld (Fermilab)   ()
4:30 PM Lattice-QCD studies of inclusive $B$-meson decays - William Jay   ()
4:40 PM Triple-Product Asymmetries - Prof. Bhubanjyoti Bhattacharya (Lawrence Technological University)   ()
12:50 PM
RF2: Weak decays of strange and light quarks (until 4:50 PM) ()
12:50 PM Rare η and η′ decays - Sergi Gonzalez-Solis (Indiana University)   ()
1:02 PM The REDTOP experiment - Anna Mazzacane (Fermilab)   ()
1:14 PM The JLab Eta Factory (JEF) Experiment - Liping Gan (University of North Carolina)   ()
1:26 PM Rare kaon decays - Jason Aebischer (University of California San Diego)   ()
1:38 PM Radiative kaon decays - Marc Knecht (University of Marseille)   ()
1:50 PM Novel EFT connections between K and B physics - Diego Guadagnoli (LAPTh-CNRS)   ()
2:02 PM Rare kaon decays from lattice QCD - Antonin Portelli (University of Edinburgh)   ()
2:14 PM Rare decays at the CERN high-intensity kaon beam facility - Matthew Moulson (INFN Frascati)   ()
2:26 PM KOTO step-2 experiment - Elizabeth Worcester (BNL)   ()
2:38 PM --- Coffee break ---
3:05 PM Strange decays at LHCb - Francesco Dettori (INFN Cagliari)   ()
3:17 PM Physics potential of a high-luminosity J/ψ factory - Andrzej Kupsc (Uppsala University)   ()
3:29 PM Testing LFU and CKM unitarity with rare pion decays - Douglas Bryman (University of British Columbia)   ()
3:41 PM The quest for explaining top-row CKM unitarity deficit - Chien Yeah Seng (Bonn University)   ()
3:53 PM Unitarity of CKM matrix, |Vud|, rad.corrections and semileptonic FFs - Rajan Gupta (Los Alamos National Lab)   ()
4:05 PM High-precision determination of Vus and Vud from lattice QCD - Vera Guelpers (University of Southampton)   ()
4:17 PM Lattice QCD calculations of K and pion decay parameters & first-row CKM unitarity tests - Aida El-Khadra (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)   ()
4:29 PM --- Discussion ---
12:50 PM
RF3: Fundamental Physics in Small Experiments (until 4:50 PM) ()
12:50 PM Test of the Standard Model and Search for Physics Beyond∗ Opportunities for Fundamental Physics using Small-scale Storage Ring Experiments - Frank Rathmann (Forschungszentrum Jülich)   ()
12:58 PM The Proton Storage Ring EDM Experiment (srEDM) - William Morse (BNL)   ()
1:06 PM Potential storage ring and Muon Campus experiments - Jason Crnkovic   ()
1:14 PM Upgraded Low-Energy Muon Facility at Fermilab - Carol Johnstone (Fermilab)   ()
1:36 PM Study of pion and η decays - Tomas Husek   ()
1:44 PM Using lattice QCD for the hadronic contributions to the muon g − 2 - Steven Gottlieb (Indiana Univ.)   ()
1:52 PM Hadronic contributions to the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon - Christoph Lehner   ()
2:00 PM Opportunities and New Physics Implications for (g − 2)e,μ - Shaikh Saad (Oklahoma State University)   ()
2:18 PM Calculations of nucleon electric dipole moments on a lattice with chiral fermions - Taku Izubuchi (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   ()
2:26 PM Neutron beta decay in the test of the Unitarity of the CKM matrix - Stefan Baessler (University of Virginia) Stefan Baessler   ()
2:34 PM Strong CP and Neutrino Masses: A Common Origin of Two Small Scales - Da Liu (UC, Davis)   ()
2:50 PM --- break ---
3:10 PM Lorentz and CPT Tests with Low-Energy Precision Experiments - Ralf Lehnert   ()
3:18 PM Searches for new sources of CP violation using molecules as quantum sensors - Nick Hutzler (Caltech)   ()
3:26 PM Atomic/nuclear clocks and precision spectroscopy measurements for dark matter and dark sector searches - Marianna Safronova (University of Delaware)   ()
3:34 PM Probing fundamental physics with highly-coherent nuclear spins - William Terrano (Technical University of Munich)   ()
3:52 PM Optically levitated sensors for precision tests of fundamental physics and Doped Cryocrystals for Ultrasensitive EDM Measurements - Andrew Geraci (Northwestern University)   ()
4:05 PM Dedicated Experiment Exploring Gravitational Effects on CP Violation - Anthony Palladino   ()
4:13 PM Searches for Exotic Short-range Gravity and Weakly Coupled Spin-Dependent Interactions using Slow Neutrons - W. M. Snow (Indiana University)   ()
4:25 PM Mechanical tests of the gravity-quantum interface - Vivishek Sudhir   ()
12:50 PM
RF4: Baryon and Lepton Number Violating Processes (until 4:50 PM) ()
12:50 PM Ongoing Science Program of Super-Kamiokande - Ed Kearns (Boston University)   ()
12:58 PM Free Neutron-antineutron Transformation Searches at the European Spallation Source’s Large Beamport - Katherine Dunne   ()
1:06 PM Neutrino mass models at colliders in a post-ESU era - Richard Ruiz (Universite catholique de Louvain)   ()
1:14 PM The Baryon Asymmetry Of The Universe - Gilly Elor   ()
1:22 PM High-pressure xenon gas time-projection chambers for neutrinoless double-beta decay searches - Roxanne Guenette (Harvard University)   ()
1:30 PM Neutrinoless double beta decay in effective field theory and simplified models - Wouter Dekens (Los Alamos)   ()
1:38 PM Toward Sensitivity to the Neutrino Normal Hierarchy with Quantum Calorimetry - Danielle Speller (Johns Hopkins University)   ()
1:46 PM Nuclear Matrix Elements for BSM Searches from Lattice QCD - William Detmold (MIT)   ()
1:54 PM Kilotonne-scale Xe TPCs for 0νββ searches at 1030 yr half-life sensitivity - Michael HEFFNER (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)   ()
2:02 PM --- Break ---
2:24 PM The Neutrino Physics program of the Global Argon Dark Matter Collaboration - Claudio Savarese (Princeton University)   ()
2:32 PM Barium Tagging in Xenon Gas for Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay - Benjamin Jones (UTA)   ()
2:40 PM Barium tagging for a nEXO upgrade and future 136Xe 0nbb detectors - Bill Fairbank   ()
2:48 PM Bridging particle and nuclear physics for neutrinoless double beta decay with EFTs - Emanuele Mereghetti (Los Alamos National Laboratory)   ()
2:56 PM Opportunities and signatures of non-minimal Heavy Neutral Leptons - Matheus Hostert (University of Minnesota)   ()
3:04 PM BSM Physics at the Electron Ion Collider: Searching for Heavy Neutral Leptons - Keping Xie (University of Pittsburgh)   ()
3:12 PM The Necessity of DUNE Intranuclear Baryon Minus Lepton Number-Violating Searches for a World-Leading, Complementary Physics Program - Joshua Barrow (The University of Tennessee)   ()
3:20 PM ∆B = 2: A State of the Field, and Looking Forward - Michael Wagman (Fermilab)   ()
3:28 PM --- Break ---
3:50 PM Discovery and Exclusion Potential of Future Colliders for Supersymmetry Signatures - Evelyn Thomson (University of Pennsylvania)   ()
3:58 PM Neutrino Minimal Standard Model — a unified theory of microscopic and cosmic scales - Marco Drewes (Louvain)   ()
4:06 PM The Hyper-Kamiokande Experiment - Roger Wendell (Kyoto University)   ()
12:50 PM
RF5: Charged Lepton Flavor Violation (electrons, muons and taus) (until 4:50 PM) ()
12:50 PM Search for Muonium to Antimuonium Conversion - Jian Tang (Sun Yat-Sen University)   ()
1:02 PM Physics of muonium and anti-muonium oscillations - Alexey Petrov (Wayne State University)   ()
1:14 PM Searching for muon-to-positron Conversion at Upcoming Experiments and the Process of Radiative Muon Capture - Michael Mackenzie   ()
1:26 PM The MEG II experiment and its future developments - Angela Papa (Paul Scherrer Institut)   ()
1:38 PM A new experiment for the mu -> e gamma search - Giovanni Francesco Tassielli (INFN LE, Universita' G. Marconi, Fermilab)   ()
1:50 PM A New Charged Lepton Flavor Violation Program at Fermilab - Robert Bernstein (Fermilab)   ()
2:02 PM The Mu2e, COMET and DeeMe experiments - Sophie Middleton   ()
2:14 PM Mu2e-II - Rebecca Chislett   ()
2:31 PM Beam Delivery for Mu2e-II in the PIP-II Era - Eric Prebys (UC Davis)   ()
2:43 PM --- Break ---
3:04 PM Theory challenges and opportunities of Mu2e-II - Leo Borrel (Caltech)   ()
3:16 PM Upgraded Low-Energy Muon Facility at Fermilab - Carol Johnstone (Fermilab)   ()
3:28 PM A Phase Rotated Intense Source of Muons (PRISM) for a mu-e Conversion Experiment - Jaroslaw Pasternak (Imperial College/RAL-STFC)   ()
3:40 PM CLFV in tau decays - Swagato Banerjee (University of Louisville)   ()
3:52 PM Charged Lepton Flavour Violation at the FCC-ee - Mogens Dam (Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen University)   ()
4:04 PM CLFV in heavy state decays - Simone Pagan Griso (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory)   ()
4:16 PM Rare muon decays and light new physics - Diego Redigolo (CERN)   ()
4:28 PM Discussion   ()
12:50 PM
RF6: Dark Sector Studies at High Intensities (until 4:50 PM) ()
12:50 PM Long-lived particles at Belle II - Susanne Westhoff (Heidelberg University)   ()
1:00 PM Dark sectors at LHCb - Philip Ilten (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)   ()
1:10 PM Dark sector searches at the CERN high-intensity kaon beam facility - Tommaso Spadaro   ()
1:20 PM Dark Sector studies with KOTO - Yu-Chen Tung   ()
1:30 PM Probing the Dark Sector at Kaon Factories - Kohsaku Tobioka   ()
1:40 PM The massless dark photon as a benchmark model - Marco Fabbrichesi   ()
1:50 PM Searches for Transformations of Neutrons to Sterile Neutrons and Antineutrons at ORNL and ESS - Joshua Barrow (The University of Tennessee)   ()
2:00 PM Physics potential with MEGII-fwd - Jure Zupan (U. Cincinnati)   ()
2:10 PM Fixed-Target Searches for New Physics with O(1 GeV) Proton Beams at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory & Fixed-Target Searches for New Physics with O(10 GeV) Proton Beams at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory & FNAL Booster Storage Ring - Matthew Toups (FNAL)   ()
2:30 PM --- Break ---
3:00 PM Dark sector studies at Belle II - Kevin Flood   ()
3:10 PM DarkQuest and LongQuest at the 120 GeV Fermilab Main Injector - Ming Liu (Los Alamos)   ()
3:20 PM Accelerator Probes of Millicharged Particles & Dark Matter - Yu-Dai Tsai (Fermilab)   ()
3:30 PM Searching for new light hidden particles with η and η′ mesons - Sean Tulin (York University)   ()
3:40 PM Photon-beam experiments and new light physics - Igal Jaegle (University of Florida)   ()
3:50 PM Beam Dump eXperiments with electron beams - Marco Battaglieri (INFN-GE)   ()
4:00 PM Light dark matter searches with positrons - Marco Battaglieri (INFN-GE)   ()
4:10 PM Scientific Opportunities with the CBETA Accelerator - Ivica Friscic   ()
4:20 PM The Heavy Photon Search Experiment - Cameron Bravo (SLAC)   ()
4:30 PM Light Dark Matter eXperiment & Muon Missing Momentum experiment, - Nhan Tran (FNAL)   ()
12:50 PM
RF7: Hadron Spectroscopy (until 4:50 PM) ()
12:50 PM Precision Experiments at Super Charm-Tau Facility - Vitaly Vorobyev (Budker INP)   ()
1:02 PM Physics Potential of a Super Tau-Charm Facility - Haipeng Peng   ()
1:14 PM Testing Lepton Flavor Universality at Z Pole - Lingfeng Li (Jockey Club Institute for Advanced Study, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology)   ()
1:26 PM Hadron-Hadron Spectroscopy - Marek Karliner   ()
1:38 PM Diquark Structures in Hadron Spectroscopy - Elena Santopinto   ()
1:50 PM --- Break ---
2:00 PM US LHCb - Ivan Polyakov (Syracuse University)   ()
2:12 PM Hadron Spectroscopy with Lattice QCD - Sasa Prelovsek (University of Ljubljana)   ()
2:24 PM XYZP Spectroscopy at a Charm Photoproduction Factory - Alessandro Pilloni (ECT*)   ()
2:36 PM Physics in the Tau-Charm Region at BESIII - Ryan Mitchell (Indiana University)   ()
2:48 PM Hadron Spectroscopy at Belle II - Bryan Fulsom (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   ()
3:00 PM --- Break ---
3:10 PM Hadron Spectroscopy at the Electron Ion Collider - Justin Stevens (William & Mary)   ()
3:22 PM Hadron Spectroscopy with the GlueX Experiment - Sean Dobbs (FSU)   ()
3:34 PM Need for Amplitude Analysis in the Discovery of New Hadrons - Astrid Blin   ()
3:46 PM The CMS Contribution to Snowmass - Vaia Papadimitriou (Fermilab)   ()
4:10 PM --- Discussion ---
4:50 PM
Round table discussion: what have we learned (until 5:20 PM) ()