Jun 17 – 21, 2024
Europe/Berlin timezone

We will discuss the state of the current anomalies, puzzles, and quirks in quark flavour physics. Participants will contribute in the fields of experimental physics, phenomenology, and lattice field theory.


Quark flavour physics has been instrumental in creating the standard model of particle physics. The comparison of precise theory predictions and  corresponding precise measurements enabled the prediction of the charm and top quark and their masses prior to their discovery. In 2024 we might be in an  even more exciting position: the currently observed B anomalies could point towards the existence of new degrees of freedom that make up the long  sought-after extension of the Standard model at higher energies. In this workshop we will bring together experts in Quark Flavour Physics working in experiment, phenomenology, and lattice QCD to review the field of quark flavour physics and to pave the way for future developments.


The workshop will take place in the beautiful coastal city of Zadar, Croatia.

Light Installation in Zadar

Sunset in ZadarChurch of St. DonatusZadar, Porta Terraferma


This conference is partially sponsored by the Alexander von Humboldt foundation.

Participation of UK researchers is partially sponsored by the UK Institute for Particle Physics Phenomenology (IPPP).