The international CHARM 2023 conference will be held in Siegen, Germany from July 17 to July 21, 2023, hosted by the University of Siegen as an in-person event with in-person presentations only.
The purpose of the CHARM 2023 Workshop is to bring together theorists and experimentalists working in charm physics to discuss recent results in this area, including the impact on and from theory as well as projections for results to be expected from upcoming experimental facilities.
This year's conference will cover the following topics:
- Charm facilities - Status and future
- Charmed meson and baryon spectroscopy
- Production of charm and charmonia
- Hidden and open charm in media
- Light hadronic spectroscopy from decays of charm and charmonia
- Leptonic, semileptonic, radiative and rare charm decays (including new physics scenarios for charm decays)
- D oscillations and CP violation
- Tau lepton physics
- HFLAV & PDG
Plenary talks will be by invitation only - please submit an abstract for applying for a parallel talk. The conference fee will be 299 Euros, PhD students can join in for a reduced fee of 199 Euros. The fee includes coffee breaks, lunch and social program (reception, trip, conference dinner). Participants will have to book their own accommodation - we have made reservations at nearby hotels (see Accommodation).
- 1.2.2023 Opening of registration - call for abstract
- 30.4.2023 Deadline for submitting an abstract
- 22.5.2023 Deadline for hotel room booking at Holiday Inn
- 31.5.2023 Deadline for registration
- 18.6.2023 Deadline for hotel room booking at Amedia Hotel
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.
The University of Siegen has around 18.000 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.
(Pictures: copyright Aleksei Rusov)