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!
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
On November 22 we held a meeting at UCL to introduce the PhD and postdoctoral scientists recently joining the project to the standard model effective field theory. As many as 26 participants attended ! Excellent pedagogical talks were given, triggering lively discussions. We are gearing up to squeeze the most out of the LHC collision… Continue reading WP2 meeting: introduction to effective field theory
On Monday June 4, 2018 took place at IIHE the kick-off meeting of WP4: Hidden Sectors through the Higgs and kinematic portals. The meeting started at IIHE cafeteria where we welcomed the first postdoc joining this WP, Roberta Volpe (UCL). WP4 coordinators, Steven Lowette (VUB) and Michel Tytgat (ULB), started with a review of the four… Continue reading WP4 kick-off meeting