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
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
We are still looking for bright candidates for 5 PhD positions within the network. In January, we opened 10 PhD position in Particle Physics, for theory, phenomenology, and experimental profiles. The response has been huge, with more than 100 applicants, but we are looking for few gems. Also some of the best candidates obtained other… Continue reading Graduating in June?
As you may have seen, we have a new cool logo. Every project needs a logo, right? It will soon appear on our talks at conferences, and on our coffee cups... because every physicist needs coffee. But what makes our logo so fantastic? And what does it mean? The full title of our project is… Continue reading We’ve got a new logo!
The be.h-eos programme includes 10 PhD positions at various different universities. In the advertisement these are only listed shortly. This post is intended to provide more background on each of the positions, including a typical profile/skill set necessary. All projects aim to answer questions that together fit into a greater picture, and have some connection to the… Continue reading 10 choices: Which PhD position is right for you?