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BEAUTY2016 2-6 May 2016 Marseille, France
The 16th International Conference on B-Physics at Frontier Machines, "Beauty 2016, will be held in the Hôtel Mercure Vieux-Port, Marseille, France from 2nd to 6th May 2016. It will be the 16th edition of the cycle “International Conference on B-Physics at Frontier Machines", initiated in Prague (Czech Republic) in 1993. The last edition took place in Edinburgh in 2014. The aim of this conference is to review the latest theoretical and experimental results in heavy flavor physics. The scientific program covers a wide range of researches including study of CP violation and rare decays properties of beauty and charm hadrons. This edition will be particularly interesting since the first results from the LHC are expected to be presented, following the LHC re-start in 2015 at an unprecedented colliding energy of 13TeV.
Beauty2014 14 -18 July, 2014 University of Edinburgh, UK
The purpose of the conference is to review results in the field of B-physics and CP-violation, as well as to explore the physics potential of existing and upcoming B-physics experiments at frontier machines. The conference has an exciting mixture of presentations from theory/phenomenology and experimental results on many interesting topics, including CP violation, rare decays, spectroscopy and production of heavy flavoured B and charmed hadrons.
Beauty 2013 April 8-12, 2013 Bologna, Italy
The purpose of the Beauty 2013 conference is to review results in the field of B-physics and CP-violation, as well as to explore the physics potential of existing and upcoming B-physics experiments, with a focus on hadron machines.
BEAUTY 2011 April 4-8 2011 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The purpose of the Beauty 2011 conference is to review results in the field of B-physics and CP-violation, as well as to explore the physics potential of upcoming B-physics experiments, with a focus on hadron machines.
BEAUTY 2009 September 7-11, 2009 Heidelberg, Germany.
The purpose of Beauty 2009 is to review results in the field of B-physics and CP-violation, as well as to explore the physics potential of upcoming B-physics experiments with a focus at hadron machines. The conference is an excellent opportunity to summarize the status of the field and the readiness of the LHC detectors at the start of the LHC data-taking. The conference proceedings have been edited by Samim Erhan, Neville Harnew and Ulrich Uwer