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DIS2017
DIS2017 3-7 April 2017 University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK

DIS2017 is the 25th in an annual series of international workshops covering an eclectic mixture of material related to Quantum Chromodynamics and Deep Inelastic Scattering as well as a general survey of the hottest current topics in high energy physics. Much of the program is devoted to the most recent results from large experiments at BNL, CERN, DESY, FNAL, JLab, and KEK. Relevant theoretical advances are also covered in detail.

- The meeting is organised around seven working groups:
WG1) Structure Functions and Parton Densities
WG2) Low x and Diffractive Physics
WG3) Higgs and BSM Physics in Hadron Collisions
WG4) Hadronic and Electroweak Observables
WG5) Physics with Heavy Flavours
WG6) Spin and 3D Structure
WG7) Future of DIS

DIS2016
DIS2016 11-15 April, 2016 DESY Hamburg, Germany
Welcome to the 24th Workshop on Deep-Inelastic Scattering and Related Subjects - DIS2016. The meeting will cover a large spectrum of topics in high energy physics. A significant part of the program is devoted to the most recent results from large experiments at BNL, CERN, DESY, FNAL, JLab, and KEK. Also, the relevant theoretical advances are covered in detail. The most recent DIS workshops took place in Dallas (2015), Warsaw (2014), Marseille (2013) , Bonn (2012) and Newport News (2011).
DIS2015
DIS2015 27 April - May 1 2015 Dallas, Texas
DIS2015 is the 23rd in the series of annual workshops on Deep-Inelastic Scattering (DIS) and Related Subjects. The conference covers a large spectrum of topics in high energy physics. A significant part of the program is devoted to the most recent results from large experiments at BNL, CERN, DESY, FNAL, JLab and KEK. Theoretical advances are included as well.
DIS2014
DIS2014 28 April - 2 May, 2014 Warsaw, Poland
DIS 2014 is the 22nd in the series of annual workshops on Deep-Inelastic Scattering (DIS) and Related Subjects. The conference covers a large spectrum of topics in high energy physics. A significant part of the program is devoted to the most recent results from large experiments at BNL, CERN, DESY, FNAL, JLab, KEK, etc. The theoretical advances are included as well. The programme is organised around seven working groups: Structure Functions and Parton Densitie; Small-x, Diffraction and Vector Mesons; Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model; QCD and Hadronic Final States; Heavy Flavours; Spin Physics; Future Experiments.
DIS 2013
DIS 2013 22-26 April, 2013 Marseilles, France
The conference represents the annual meeting of the experimental and theory communities interested by the nucleon structure and QCD. The meeting additionally covers a large spectrum of topics in high energy physics, in particular recent results from LHC. A significant part of the program has been devoted to the most recent and exciting results from large experimental installations at CERN, DESY, Fermilab, Jefferson National Laboratory, Brookhaven National Laboratory etc. The theoretical advances are included as well and contribute to the unique and vibrant scientific atmosphere of this conference series. The program was organised around seven tracks: Structure Functions and Parton Densities; Small-x, Diffraction and Vector Mesons; Electroweak Physics and Beyond the Standard Model; QCD and Hadronic Final States; Heavy Flavours; Spin Physics; Future experiments. The first day of plenary sessions included overview talks in experimental and theoretical topics. The parallel sessions where various tracks review in depth the respective domains. Joint sessions among various couples of working groups allowed an interesting cross-fertilization.
DIS 2010
DIS 2010 April 19 -23, 2010 Convitto della Calza, Firenze, Italy
DIS 2010 is the 18th in the series of annual workshops on Deep-Inelastic Scattering (DIS) and Related Subjects. The aim of these workshops is to review the progress in the field of DIS and Quantum Chromodynamics (QCD) and to lay the groundwork for future experiments. DIS 2010 will cover the most recent results from HERA, JLab, RHIC, Tevatron and fixed-target experiments and from related theoretical topics, as well as the first results from the LHC experiments. Special emphasis will be put this year on the unity of the field from DIS to hadron colliders and notably on the crucial role played by the results from HERA and Tevatron towards understanding the new data coming from the LHC.