September 30, 2024 to October 4, 2024
Europe/Berlin timezone

By fostering the exchange between the Lattice and the Continuum community, we intend to further the progress in flavor physics phenomenology.

Topics for the 3rd. edition of this workshop will include:

  • CKM matrix elements and global fits
  • Semileptonic decays
  • Rare decays
  • Decays with two or more hadronic final states
  • Meson mixing and lifetimes
  • Gradient Flow
  • Spectroscopy and exotic states


Confirmed speakers:

Oliver Bär (Humboldt) Takashi Kaneko (KEK)
Alessandro Barone (Mainz)Alexander Khodjamirian (Siegen)
Alessandro De Santis (INFN)Daniel Möhler (Darmstadt)
Felix Erben (CERN)Maria-Laura Piscopo (Siegen)
Martin Gorbahn (Liverpool)Fernando Romero-Lopez (MIT)
Christoph Hanhart (Jülich)J. Tobias Tsang (CERN)
Robert Harlander (Aachen)Raynette van Tonder (McGill)
Florian Herren (Zurich) Alejandro Vaquero (Zaragoza)
Martin Jung (Turin) Keri Vos (Maastricht)


Siegen is located centrally in Germany, around 125 km northwest of Frankfurt and 90 km east of Cologne and can be reached well via train or car. Nearby international airports are in Frankfurt, Cologne and Düsseldorf.



(Copyright of the pictures: Aleksei Rusov)

The University of Siegen has around 15.000 students and it has a large theoretical flavour physics group with around 40 members. Downtown Siegen offers many pubs, restaurants and cafes, but also theaters, cinemas and concert halls. 

(Copyright: Universität Siegen)

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