The Department of Nuclear and Particle Physics organizes (under the auspices of the School of Physics), the
38th annual Conference of the Hellenic Society for the Study of High Energy Physics
"HEP 2021 - 38th Conference on Recent Developments in High Energy Physics and Cosmology"
which will take place via internet , from Wednesday June 16, at 9am, till Satyrday, June 19, 2021
At the Conference, the latest results from experimental and theoretical reseach will be shown (e.g., about the anomalous dipole magnetic moment of the muon, evidence for lepton flavour violation, theoretical models on comsology, inflation and dark energy, as well as other theoretical work, epxerimental techniques and advances on the front of accelerators and detectors).
Motive that on Saturday, 19/6 at 9am, the prominent theorist John Ellis will deliver a talk in the spirit of the Physics Seminars for the whole community of the School of Physics, on the topic
"The Future of Particle Physics"
at the same ZOOM link as the conference.
The Hellenic Society for the Study of High Energy Physics (HSSHEP) was founded in 1975.
The majority of the Greek scientists (both in Greece and abroad) working in this field are members of the Society. Its main objectives are to promote the scientific work of the Greek scientists and to inform the general public and the Greek state on matters concerning the subject of H.E.P.
The Society organises an annual Conference where the research activities (both experimental and theoretical) of its members are presented. Young Greek scientists are urged to participate.
Apart from the Greek HEP community, the conference attracts representatives from the most major HEP experiments, as well as from several leading theoretical groups.