7-18 June 2021
Europe/Berlin timezone

IMPORTANT NOTICE: This program has been postponed to 2022.
For more information, please contact: CAPRI2020@uni-mainz.de

Flavour, electroweak physics, neutrino physics, are foremost in our assessment of results within the Standard Model and search for physics beyond. Anomalies in flavor physics are hints on new physics, while with neutrino masses and oscillations the new physics has already started. Analyzing interplays is fundamental in order to formulate a coherent framework in our ambitious quest for the ultimate laws of physics. We plan to discuss mainly the flavour anomalies, the flavour problem from leptons to quarks and back, including continuous versus discrete symmetries, and the connections between the Higgs sector and neutrinos, embracing seesaw models and Higgs potential analyses. Focus will also be on neutrinos, at high and low scales, including LHC searches and CLVF, leptogenesis, connections with dark sectors and NP mediators, non-standard neutrino interactions and the problem of the nature of massive neutrinos.

We expect discussions, brain storming, as well as the development of new ideas, projects and collaborations.

In the same location, on June 12-14th, 2020, the 8th edition of the International Workshop on Theory, Phenomenology and Experiments in Flavour Physics, organized and funded by the University of Naples Federico II and INFN,  will be held (see FPCapri2020). ​

The theoretical MITP program and the workshop will have common goals, that is to interpret the results coming from a wide range of experiments, and to formulate a coherent framework to account for them. The workshop is addressed to theoreticians as well as experimentalists. Accepted participants of the MITP program are automatically accepted and registered for the workshop. 

Anacapri (Island of Capri), Italy

Organized by Silvia Pascoli (IPPP Durham), Serguey Petcov (SISSA Trieste), Giulia Ricciardi (Chair-person, Univ. Napoli Federico II) and Matthias Neubert (JGU Mainz).

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