# DISCRETE

Discrete symmetries meet at the crossroads of particle physics, astrophysics and cosmology. The purpose of this symposium is to review the latest developments in the field of discrete symmetries, to discuss the present status of the field and to explore future directions.

Combinations of the discrete symmetries C,P, and T are probed in electroweak processes, Higgs physics, and low-energy precision experiments. New discrete symmetries are postulated to ensure the stability of Dark Matter or to predict the patterns of quark and lepton flavour mixing.

The conference addresses the role of these symmetries in the context of

quark and lepton flavour physics in SM and BSM

CP violation in colliders and cosmology

strong CP problem and axions

B and L number violation

neutrino physics

cosmology and astroparticle physics

precision experiments with atoms and molecules

collider theory and experiments

Combinations of the discrete symmetries C,P, and T are probed in

electroweak processes, Higgs physics, and low-energy precision

experiments. New discrete symmetries are postulated to ensure the

stability of Dark Matter or to predict the patterns of quark and lepton

flavour mixing.

The conference addresses the role of these symmetries in the context of

* quark and lepton flavour physics

* strong CP problem and axions

* neutrino physics

* cosmology

* astroparticle physics

* physics beyond the Standard Model

* precision experiments with atoms and molecules

* collider experiments

This is the 7th Symposium on Prospects in the Physics of Discrete Symmetries, DISCRETE 2020-2021, the latest of the DISCRETE conference series (for information on previous years see: DISCRETE 2008, DISCRETE 2010, DISCRETE 2012, DISCRETE 2014, DISCRETE 2016, DISCRETE 2018), which this year will take place in Bergen.