The 2022 International Workshop on Baryon and Lepton Number Violation (BLV2022) will be hosted by the Service de Physique Théorique of the Université Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), on September 5-8, 2022. After Berkeley (2007), Madison (2009), Gattinburg (2011), Heidelberg (2013), UMass (2015), Cleveland (2017) and Madrid (2019) this will be the eighth edition of this workshop. The… Continue reading Baryon and Lepton Number Violation under scrutiny
With more than 100 participants, the June 2022 edition of the be.hep solstice meeting was a big success. The agenda can be found on indico: https://indico.cern.ch/event/1159440/ Thanks to the organizers and to all participants!
Tracy Slatyer from MIT will visit UCLouvain from May 16 -20 to give the Georges Lemaître Chair lecture series on "New probes of dark matter physics in astrophysics and cosmology". Tracy is a leading expert in the field of astroparticle physics, and an experienced educator who has taught courses on dark matter and related topics at… Continue reading New probes of dark matter physics in astrophysics and cosmology
After months of video calls, mail exchanges, and monologues in front of the mirror, the be.h community has held its "Equinox Meeting" at the beautiful Hof Van Liere in Antwerp. Gathered on the second floor of this 16th-century city palace with indoor cows, gardens and galleries, the fifty participants - the majority on site -… Continue reading be.h is back…in presence!
Michael Tytgat has been awarded the annual science communication prize for conceiving and leading the Cool Physics Days project. The jury has nothing but praise for the trans- and interdisciplinary approach to bring a not-so-obvious branch of science (particle physics) to the general public. In all areas, thought was given to reducing barriers and providing… Continue reading One KVAB 2020 Science Communication awards goes to a be.h member