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About this event

Web site
photon15.inp.nsk.s…
When
1519 Jun 2015
Where
Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
Registration deadline
May 10, 2015
Organiser
Budker INP
Contact address
Russian Federation

Conference

PHOTON 2015

This conference is XXI-th in the series initiated in 1973 in Paris, as an International Colloquium on Photon-Photon Collisions at Electron-Positron Storage Rings. The latest Photon conferences took place in Paris (2013), Spa(2011), Hamburg(2009), Paris (2007), Warsaw (2005) and in Frascati (2003). At the conference, recent progress in understanding photon-photon and photon-proton processes will be presented. In addition, recent results on astrophysics and other related topics will be discussed.

This year's conference will cover the following topics: Higgs and photons; electroweak and new physics; photon structure; jets and inclusive reactions; heavy flavours production; DVCS and prompt photons; small x, diffraction, and total cross sections; resonances and exclusive processes; low-energy photon experiments, vacuum polarisation and light-by-light scattering; photons in astroparticle physics;
photon collider prospects; new acceleration techniques and future accelerators; related topics.