The HEPP half-day meetings intend to inform a general particle-physics audience about specific topics in the context of particle physics. They are meant to bring experts and non-experts together and encourage cross fertilization between different specialized areas of particle physics. Half-day meetings could also serve to bring together particle physicists to discuss or brain storm on topics concerning the HEPP community, e.g.outreach activities.
A list of upcoming meetings is below. Details on organising a meeting can be found here.
- Dark Matter Searches at LHC (Oxford, 25-27 Sep 2014)
- Vector Boson Fusion (Warwick, 5 June 2014)
- TLEP (UCL, Oct 29 2013)
- Jet substructure for MC tuning (Glasgow, Oct 15 2013)
- Low-energy frontier of high energy particle physics (Cockcroft Institute, Sep 18 2013)
- Diamond and 3D detectors (Manchester, June 26 2013)
- The Future of Physics Beyond the SM(Sheffield, June 13 2013)
- Young Theorists Forum (Durham/IPPP, Dec 2012).
- Liquid Ar (Manchester, Nov 2012).
- Future Long Baseline Neutrino Experiments (QMUL, Nov 2012).
- New Paths to Dark Matter (Oxford, Mar 2012).
- TeV Scale Gravity at the LHC (QMUL, Dec 2011).
- The nature of matter from the ISR to the LHC (RAL, Nov 2011).
- TevFest (Manchester, Nov 2011).
- Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay (UCL, Oct 2011).
- Dark Matter (KCL, Sep 2011).
- Recent and Future Detectors in Particle Physics (RAL, July 2011).
- Top Quark Physics (QMUL, May 2011).
- Neutrino Oscillations (QMUL, Apr 2011).
- Vector Boson Fusion (Oxford, Feb 2011).
- Challenging the SM (Liverpool, Jan 2011).