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The Workshop continues a series of workshops started by the Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics (SINP MSU) in 1985 and conceived with the purpose of presenting topics of current interest and providing a stimulating environment for scientific discussion on new developments in theoretical and experimental high energy physics and physical programs for future colliders. Traditionally the list of workshop attendees includes a great number of active young scientists from Russia and other countries. The Workshop QFTHEP'2001 will take place on 6-12 September 2001 in Moscow in the Central Tourist House.
  Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University.

Advisory Committee

A.Andrianov (Univ. of St.Petersburg),   F.Berends (Univ. of Leiden),   M.Chaichian (Univ. of Helsinki),   J.Ellis (CERN),   I.Ginzburg (Novosibirsk Math.Inst.),   W.Hollik (Univ. of Karlsruhe),   R.Klanner (DESY, Hamburg),   L.Lipatov (PNPI, Gatchina),   P.Osland (Univ. of Bergen),   D.Perret-Gallix (LAPP, Annecy),   V.Rubakov (INR RAN, Moscow),   Y.Shimizu (KEK, Tsukuba),   D.Shirkov (JINR, Dubna),   A.Sissakian (JINR, Dubna),   H.S.Song (Seoul National Univ.),   P.Soeding (DESY-Zeuthen),   N.Tyurin (IHEP, Protvino),   J.Vary (Iowa State Univ.),   P.Zerwas (DESY, Hamburg),  

SINP MSU Local Organizing Committee

P.Baikov,   E.Boos,   A.Demichev,   M.Dubinin,   P.Ermolov,   V.Ilyin,   V.Keshek (Secretary),   Yu.Kubyshin,   B.Levtchenko ,   V.Savrin (Chairman),   N.Sotnikova,   V.Tarasov,   S.Vernov,  I.Volobuev.  

Scientific program

The Workshop will include plenary morning and two parallel afternoon sessions:
  • modern trends in quantum field theory;
  • recent experimental results and physics at future colliders;
The plenary sessions will consist of invited lectures (up to 45 min.). The afternoon sessions will include original talks (up to 20 min.).
The main topics to be covered are:
I. The present status of Standard Model and new results from HERA, LEP2 and TEVATRON.
II. Physics at upgraded TEVATRON, LHC and TeV linear e+ e-, e-gamma and gamma-gamma colliders:
  • phenomenology of the t-quark;
  • phenomenology of the scalar bosons at TeV energies;
  • phenomenology of gauge bosons at TeV energies;
  • search for new particles and new interactions.
III. Physical models for TeV and higher energy scales:
  • SUSY extensions of the Standard Model;
  • mechanisms of spontaneous breaking of gauge symmetry;
  • compositeness models of quarks, leptons, gauge and Higgs bosons;
  • theories of particle interactions with extra dimensions;
  • superstring inspired models;
  • quantum groups and other ideas from modern geometry and algebra.
IV. Modern computational methods in theoretical high energy physics:
  • automatic computations of Feynman diagrams;
  • new methods of calculating (multi)loop integrals;
  • applications of computer algebra methods and their development.

The working language at the Workshop will be English.
Contributions and Proceedings
Talks will be selected by the Organizing Committee on the basis of abstracts to be submitted before July 1, 2001.
The Workshop Proceedings will be published, a special circular with the instructions for authors will be sent out later.
Participation fee
The registration fee is 250 USD for participants and 150 USD for accompanying persons payable in cash upon arrival only. It includes Proceedings, welcome party, banquet, coffee-breaks and local transportation. An accommodation at the hotel of the Central Tourist House will cost about 40 USD per day (breakfast included).
Participation of students in the Workshop is strongly encouraged. Registration fee for students is 100 USD. However, this does not include the banquet and the Proceedings.
The Organizing Committee will provide financial support for participants from Russia and the former Soviet Union States, as it was always done in the recent years.
Social program
The Organizing Committee is planning to arrange a sightseeing of Moscow, visits to the museums, theaters, etc. and to the famous sites in the countryside for extra charge. A special social program for the accompanying persons can also be organized.
Travel information
The arrival day is September 5, the departure day is September 12 (afternoon). The detailed information on how to get the Central Tourist House will be sent out later to the registered participants.
For application - July 1, 2001
Those who wish to participate in the Workshop should either fill in the enclosed pre-registration form and send it to the Organizing Committee or use electronic registration available on our Web page. We strongly recommend you to use fax or electronic mail for sending information to us.
All correspondence concerning the Workshop should be addressed to the Secretary of the Workshop:
Mrs. V. Keshek
Secretary of the Workshop
Institute of Nuclear Physics, Moscow State University
119899 Moscow, Russia
Phone/Fax. (7-095) 939 03 97

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Last update: April 3, 2001