UCLA's Physics & Astronomy Department will host the 2015 Radcor-Loopfest Symposium on campus during intersession week from Monday morning June 15 through Friday June 19, 2015. The late registration of $170 is still available.
The conference fee includes admission to the lectures, coffee breaks for the five days of the conference, and a banquet. To participate in the full program you should arrive the Sunday evening prior to the start and leave either late Friday evening or Saturday morning. The format of this meeting will be similar to the previous LoopFest and Radcor conferences.
Download the 2015 Radcor-Loopfest poster here.
This symposium combines the 12th International Symposium on Radiative Corrections (Radcor 2015) with LoopFest XIV (Radiative Corrections for the LHC and Future Colliders). This workshop provides a forum to coordinate activities focused on the theoretical challenges from current and future colliders.
We will focus on the potential for precision measurements, their role in searching for and disentangling physics beyond the Standard Model, progress in multi-loop and multi-leg calculations of Standard Model processes, new physics cross sections, new approaches and new theoretical developments. There will also be a few talks on more exotic theories and on the latest experimental progress.
Some non-U.S. citizens will require a visa to travel to the United States. If you are in this category, please note that the U.S. Department of State offers Visa instructions to assist you in determining what documents you'll need to enter the country.
Westwood Village surrounds UCLA and a provides a number of housing options, from budget hotels to more upscale options. We are arranging for blocks of rooms to be made available at several local hotels.
Radcor-Loopfest will be held in the Physics & Astronomy Building (PAB) in PAB 1-425, PAB 1-434A, and Kinsey Pavilion 1220B, all on the first floor.Directions
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