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HQL 2016
HQL 2016 22- 27 May, 2016 Blacksburg, Virginia, USA
Heavy Quarks and Leptons is dedicated to the study of the heavy quarks charm, bottom, and top with obvious extensions to interesting topics involving the strange quark. Neutrino oscillation studies and new insights in μ and τ lepton phenomenology are also included. The conference continues the tradition of regular scientific meetings, first started in 1993 at the Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati under the name "Heavy Quarks at Fixed Target", and widened in 2002 to include leptons with the workshop renamed to "Heavy Quarks and Leptons".

Topics:

Rare Decays
CP Violation
CKM and form factors
Lepton Flavor Violation
New Experiments on Heavy Quarks and Leptons
Neutrinos
Top and Tau Physics

HQL2014
HQL2014 25-29 August 2014 Schloss Waldthausen, Mainz, Germany
The XIIth International Conference on Heavy Quarks and Leptons is dedicated to the study of the heavy quarks charm, bottom, and top with obvious extensions to interesting topics involving the strange quark. Neutrino oscillation studies and new insights in mu and tau lepton phenomenology are also included. The conference continues the tradition of regular scientific meetings, first started in 1993 at the Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati under the name "Heavy Quarks at Fixed Target", and widened in 2002 to include leptons with the workshop renamed to what is known as today.
HQL 2012
HQL 2012 11-15 June, 2012 Prague,The Czech Republic
The XIth International Conference on Heavy Quarks and Leptons continues the tradition of regular scientific meetings, first started in 1993 at the Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati in Rome, Italy, under the name "Heavy Quarks at Fixed Target". In 2002 the scope was widened to include leptons with the workshop renamed to what is known as today. This workshop is dedicated to the study of the heavy quarks, namely charm, bottom and top, with obvious extensions to interesting topics involving the strange quark. Neutrino oscillation studies and new insights in mu and tau lepton phenomenology are also included.
HQL 2010
HQL 2010 October 11-15 2010 Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati dell'INFN, Frascati, Rome, Italy

The Xth International Conference on Heavy Quarks and Leptons (Frascati, 11-15 October, 2010), continues the tradition of regular scientific meetings, first started in 1993 at the Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati in Rome, Italy, under the name "Heavy Quarks at Fixed Target". In 2002 the scope was widened to include leptons with the workshop renamed to what is known as today. This workshop is dedicated to the study of the heavy quarks, namely charm, bottom and top, with obvious extensions to interesting topics involving the strange quark. Neutrino oscillation studies and new insights in mu and tau lepton phenomenology are also included.

Topics are:

  • Rare Decays
  • CP Violation
  • CKM and form factors
  • Lepton Flavor Violation
  • New experiments in Heavy Quarks
  • Neutrinos
  • Top and Tau Physics

http://www.lnf.infn.it/conference/hql10/
Featuring Luciano Maiani
(CNR and Sapienza, Università di Roma)
In memoriam of Nicola Cabibbo (1935-2010)

Editorial Board: Luigi Benussi, Stefano Bianco, Davide Piccolo, Daniela Rebuzzi.

Local Organizing Committee: Luigi Benussi, Stefano Bianco, Marta Calvi, Antonio Di Domenico, Franco L. Fabbri, Davide Piccolo, Daniela Rebuzzi, Stefano Colafranceschi, M. Cristina D'Amato.

International Advisory Committee: Elisabetta Barberio, Gianpaolo Bellini, Stefano Bianco, Joel Butler, Brad Cox, Franco L. Fabbri, Konrad Kleinknecht, Angel Lopez, Stephan Paul, Adam Para.

Session Conveners: Alberto Correa Dos Reis (Spectroscopy); Elisabetta Barberio and Marta Calvi (CKM Physics); Will E. Johns (Semileptonics Physics); Konrad Kleinknecht and Antonio Di Domenico (Kaon Physics); Hitoshi Yamamoto, Giancarlo D'Ambrosio and Daniela Rebuzzi (CP Violation); Giancarlo Piredda (Lepton Flavor Violation); Adam Para and Gianpaolo Bellini and Daniela Rebuzzi (Neutrino Physics); Joel Butler, Davide Piccolo and Luigi Benussi (Top Physics); Brad Cox and Marta Calvi (Rare Decays); Angel Lopez and Antonio Di Domenico (New Experiments).