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1519 Jun 2015
Novosibirsk, Russian Federation
Registration deadline
May 10, 2015
Budker INP
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Russian Federation



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.